Sometimes destinations have identical names, and editors may make links to a name without a disambiguator. If this is common, it can be useful to make a disambiguation page, to catch these links and correct them.
Disambiguation pages should have the following format:
Copy the following boilerplate text into the disambiguation editing page:
''This article is a [[Wikitravel:Disambiguation policy|disambiguation page]]. If you arrived here by following a link from another page you can [[Wikitravel:ways to help Wikitravel|help]] by correcting it, so that it points to the appropriate disambiguated page.''
#[[Name (disambiguator 1)]], description of destination 1. #[[Name (disambiguator 2)]], description of destination 2.
Index of Disambiguation Pages
The Disambiguation policy asks that links that point to disambiguation pages be changed to point to the correct articles. When a link that leads to a disambiguation page is changed to point to a new article, it means the disambiguation page becomes unlinked.