Jordan, Air, Tours, 7 Nights, from $1,989
Spend a week touring Jordan, including a trip to the Dead Sea, with this travel deal.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Jordan includes airfare from New York City to Amman; three nights at the Bristol Amman Hotel; two nights at the Marriott Petra Hotel; two nights at the Holiday Inn Dead Sea; all transfers and transportation within the country on an air conditioned bus; an extensive touring program including entrance fees and the services of an English-speaking tour guide throughout; 10 meals including seven breakfasts, two lunches, and one dinner; and several guided tours including trips to Mt. Nebo, the ancient city of Petra, and the Wadi Rum Desert; from $1,989 per person including all hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 2014; check Gate 1 Travel's website for more dates.
Gateways New York City ($1,989); additional gateway cities are also available.
The Fine Print Package price includes hotel and air taxes and fees, but does not include a $30 Jordan tourist visa, available upon arrival. Based on double occupancy. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
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Why It’s a Deal A recent search on Kayak shows the lowest round-trip airfare from New York to Amman starts from $836 in mid-January (Austrian Airlines). Add to that $229 per person without taxes for three nights at the Bristol Amman Hotel, $269 per person including taxes for two nights at the Marriott Petra Hotel, and $166 per person including taxes for two nights at the Holiday Inn Dead Sea, and you're already spending $1,500 on airfare and accommodations alone. For $489 more than that, this travel package gives you all the same perks, plus all transfers and transportation within the country, an extensive sightseeing program including entrance fees, the services of an English-speaking guide, most meals, and covers all taxes and fees.
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