For those people, short of time, who are looking to go on an action packed cultural adventure Weekend a La Carte has developed a break that combines all the highlights of Jordan into just seven days, with a fascinating three day extension into the biblical culture of Bethlehem and Jerusalem.
Among new holidays for 2010, adventure travel operator Kumuka Worldwide opens up the sights, sounds and culture of Jordan for families with children as young as five on a ten day ‘Gladiators, Castles & Bedouins’ small group tour.
With just 64 days until Christmas, there is no better time to explore the ancient biblical sites of Jordan and Israel while getting some winter sun in a short-haul destination.
Travel company Cox & Kings, has launched its new Middle East brochure for 2010, featuring a comprehensive programme of escorted group tours and private tailor-made travel to the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, and the Gulf.
Backpackers are always the first to discover the new “it” destinations that the rest of us will be visiting in several years time. They were sailing Croatia in the 90s, the first in when China opened their doors and tucking into sushi before the rest of us knew raw fish was a delicacy.
The Middle East is experiencing a resurge in popularity as a travel destination, and the region’s guaranteed sunshine and accessibility make it an ideal choice for a short break this winter. Middle East specialist Cox & Kings is offering some superb-value short breaks based on some of the top hotels in the region.
16 to 21 of 21 for Jordan