Destinations

Hit the road with Excite and become a Nevada expert

Excite have just launched their latest campaign and we are SO EXCITED about this one.

Sorry, we couldn’t resist.

Think open roads, the bright lights of Las Vegas, haunted mining towns and the adventurer’s paradise of Lake Tahoe!

That’s right, folks, we’re talking about stunning Nevada.

Valley of Fire

For two weeks, “Nevada: Explore The Open Road” will showcase the best of this breathtaking state and why it’s the ultimate destination for a self-drive adventure.

From the Far North to Central Nevada, and the Deep South, the 8-page curated destination is broken down into five unique road-trip itineraries that provide the best self-drive routes to experience the magic of Nevada – from essential experiences, to where to eat, sleep and play.

And we haven’t even got to the best part yet!

Las Vegas

Excite Holidays is also offering agents that make a paid booking in Nevada between Monday 8 October and Sunday 4 November the chance to win a share of 100,000 reward points.

The three agents with the most improved Nevada sales growth within the incentive period will win reward points, starting with 50,000 points for first prize, 30,000 points for second prize and 20,000 points for third prize.

Agents will also receive double rewards points for every night booked and paid for in Nevada
during the campaign period, Monday 8 October – Sunday 21 October.

Go here to download the guide and start booking today!

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