Offers travelers a 5% discount on hotel bookings and no service fees for flights between Mexico and USA with the coupon #DefyTrump
“We are about building bridges, not walls. Travel fosters connections and breaks down stereotypes”, asserts Amuda Goueli, CEO of the online travel agency
At Destinia we don’t like walls. We are more in favor of building bridges, especially between neighboring countries. So much so, we are launching a campaign to promote travel between the United States and Mexico.
With the coupon code #DefyTrump, the online travel agency is offering a 5% discount on hotels and no booking fees on flights, for all bookings to Mexico made through the http://destinia.us website. And with the coupon code #NoAlMuro, Mexican travelers will receive the same discounts for travel to the United States through the http://destinia.mx website.
“The decision to build a wall only aims to separate us. However, we believe that the fewer the boundaries, the better the world. Travel allows us to connect with other cultures and breakdown stereotypes first hand”, affirms Amuda Goueli, CEO and co-founder of Destinia.
Las Vegas, New York, Orlando and Los Angeles are the top destinations for Destinia travelers from Mexico. For those Americans looking to fly south, Cancun, Tijuana, Guadalajara and Mexico City top the list.
Both countries boast world renowned tourist attractions. From Walt Disney World to the Manhattan skyline, to the heritage of Boston or to the thrills of Las Vegas with a stop in the unique city of San Francisco, the United States hosts endless options for any traveler, including as well vast natural wonders such as the Grand Canyon of Colorado or Bryce Canyon in Utah to magnificent natural parks like Yellowstone or Yosemite.
Across the border, Mexico combines a long cultural heritage, from the Mayans to more recent Colonial days including treasures such as Chichen Itza, Teotihuacan, Tulum, the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, Oaxaca and Guadalajara with some of the best beaches in the world, from the Riviera Maya (Cancun and Playa del Carmen) to Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta and Zihuatanejo. Not surprising, tourism represents 9% of the country’s GDP.