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Wego and Yas Island Abu Dhabi launch regional marketing campaign 

The partnership aims to highlight Yas Island as a weekend getaway for GCC and Jordan residents 

Online travel marketplace Wego and Yas Island Abu Dhabi have launched a series of destination co-marketing activities for vaccinated travellers from the GCC and Jordan to enjoy a quarantine-free getaway. The partnership aims to highlight Yas Island’s experiences, shopping, dining and accommodation options.

Tourists from the GCC and Jordan can book their staycations on Yas Island with prices starting from AED550 (US$150) and GCC visitors will be eligible for a 30% discount when booking hotel rooms with theme parks access through Wego.com app.

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Experience Hub general manager Liam Findlay said: “Abu Dhabi is open to fully vaccinated travellers, making this the perfect time to launch this partnership with Wego, allowing holidaymakers across the GCC and Jordan to book fun-filled travel packages to make a weekend truly special. We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests to Yas Island to experience a vacation like nowhere else!”

Wego managing director, MENA and India Mamoun Hmedan commented: “Building on the success of the first leg of our campaign with Yas Island Abu Dhabi, this extended partnership gives us the opportunity to showcase Yas Islands as the weekend destination of choice among GCC and Jordanian travellers. This targeted co-marketing campaign is expected to result in a spike in hotel searches to Yas Island Abu Dhabi, especially across the intuitive and localised Wego apps and websites. Together we will help draw more tourists from GCC region and Jordan to enjoy the best that Yas Island has to offer.”

For more information, visit www.yasisland.ae

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