Help travellers discover their Santa Monica soul and win!

Santa Monica, California, USA- August 25, 2012: A view at a crowded Santa Monica Pier at sunset. Pacific park is an amusement park and a local landmark.

Excite Holidays has teamed up with Santa Monica Travel & Tourism to help travellers discover their ‘Santa Monica Soul’.

For two weeks, Excite will be focusing on the best that Santa Monica has to offer through the eyes of different types of travellers, including Health & Wellness, Foodies, Shoppers, Families, Luxe and more.

From the world-famous Santa Monica Pier to the vibrant Third Street Promenade and everything in between, the 10-page curated destination guide features all the best places to eat, sleep, play, swim and explore, and caters to all traveller types and budgets.

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Each page follows a 3-day itinerary, and showcases the best things to see, eat and do in Santa Monica over 72-hours. The 10-page guide, What’s Your Santa Monica Soul? is the ultimate tool for agents to use when booking this iconic beachside destination!

Plus, the global travel wholesaler is offering agents 500 bonus reward points for every night booked and paid in Santa Monica during the campaign period, from Monday 10 – Sunday 23 September, 2018.

A social incentive will also take place during the duration of the campaign, which will see agents answering daily questions on the Excite Holidays Facebook page for their chance to win Santa Monica-themed prizes.

You can download the guide here.

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