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9 Day Captivating Jordan - A Platinum Small Group Tour

9 Day Captivating Jordan - A Platinum Small Group Tour
9 Day Captivating Jordan - A Platinum Small Group Tour
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₹448,022 pp

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₹343,699 Book Now
with only a ₹3,999 deposit pp
Single Traveller
₹448,022
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Platinum Vacations - Luxury at its finest 

❖ Exclusivity - Ultra-Small group touring. No more than 12 people 
❖ Adults Only - Travel with like-minded adults on all Platinum Vacations tours 
❖ Airfares - Add international airfares to any Platinum Vacations tour for peace of mind 
❖ Comfort - The best in-destination accommodation including our feature Inspiring Stay in a “Star Dome” at a luxury desert camp in Wadi Rum
❖ Culinary - Fine-dining daily with daily breakfast, a lunch while floating on the Red Sea and five dinners including an Arabic cooking class the famous Petra Kitchen
❖ Experiences - Fully inclusive and immersive sightseeing and our thoughtfully curated Inspiring Sights 
❖ Experts - Join the highly qualified local team and guides on excursions to Jordan’s  top attractions including Amman, the Dead Sea, Petra, and Aqaba  
❖ Essentials - Travel in luxury small coaches, enjoy porterage at all hotels, included gratuities for your guide and driver, plus laundry service

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As one of our Platinum Vacations tours, 9 Day Captivating Jordan, sets the benchmark in ultimate comfort and style while travelling: intimate, ultra-small group touring, curated sightseeing, plush accommodation and exclusive culinary experiences, all backed by our industry-leading, 24/7 customer support.

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