Wikitravel:How to revert a page
Please read Wikitravel:How to handle unwanted edits for more detailed information.
Sometimes an edit for an article should be reverted; that is, the article would be better if the edit had never happened. Examples include:
First look at the page history and try to identify the edit(s) you wish to revert. When you have identified them, click on undo in the history display to undo that edit. Click on Show Changes before you save your changes, to make sure you are not changing anything in the article unintentionally.
If you want to restore a previous version of the article:
The article should now be reverted. Read over it to make sure everything is OK.
Sometimes there is both good and bad information added to the article, or valid edits have been made after ones that need to be reverted. This can result in an edit conflict error when you try to undo the edit, or mean that you would lose information if you went back to a previous version. There is no easy solution to this problem, opening multiple windows and tabs so you can select the best version of a section and paste it back into the current article can make this task easier.