Wikimedia provides database dumps of all of its public wikis. These contain XML text for all articles (with the exception of deleted pages) with past revisions. These do not contain uploaded images.
Dumps for the English-language Wikivoyage are available at https://dumps.wikimedia.org/enwikivoyage
In particular, the wikicode for all current mainspace articles (without past revisions) is this file, it is under 100 MB.
The English-language database was imported to the Wikimedia Foundation servers on Nov 10, 2012. The WMF dump dated 2012-Nov-18 is therefore the first to contain valid data.
Listings data is also available at https://github.com/baturin/wikivoyage-listings as CSV, XML, GPX, OBF, SQL.
That makes it easy to integrate Wikivoyage listings in your app/website.
Websites that mirror Wikivoyage for online use are listed at Wikivoyage:List of content re-users.
Current Applications Edit
These mobile packages use data from the Wikivoyage dumps, per their respective authors:
- Wikivoyage Offline - All travel guides usable without an Internet connection, on Android/iOS/Windows/Mac/Linux.
- GuideWithMe is a mobile travel app, based on Wikivoyage data.
- Triposo The smart travel guide for iOS and Android. Works offline (including maps) and provides smart personalized suggestions.
- Travegeo Web-based smart trip planner for desktop, tablets and mobile.
- Holidayen Travel Planner - Uses Wikivoyage in a web-based trip planning application. Also on Android.
- Wiki Triip - Offline iOS reader that repackages Wikivoyage data to look like a native app.
- Wiki Voyage Offline - Looks to be a repackage of the Wikivoyage database dump for iOS, but is not free.
- Outdoorsome An AI powered travel research platform that ranks the top recommendations for things to do in destinations around the world.
Old applications Edit
- WikiSherpa - Uses Wikivoyage in its mobile app along Wikipedia and OpenStreetMap.