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8 Day Crossing The Suez Canal: Eqypt, Jordan & Israel Onboard Harmony V Leaving Aqaba, Jordan

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8 Day Crossing The Suez Canal: Eqypt, Jordan & Israel Onboard Harmony V Leaving Aqaba, Jordan

✓ Travel with Variety Cruises
✓ Accommodation in double or twin cabins with private SH/WC & air conditioning
✓ 1 night accommodation in Luxor hotel with all meals
✓ Full-board on ship and in Luxor: Buffet breakfast and two meals daily
✓ Including a Welcome Cocktail, Egyptian Evening, fun BBQ (weather permitting)
✓ Captain’s Dinner
✓ Regular (filter) coffee, tea and drinking water free all day
✓ Use of fishing and snorkeling equipment (subject to availability)
✓ English-Speaking Cruise Escort Egyptologist
✓ Includes Port Charges

8 Day Crossing The Suez Canal: Eqypt, Jordan & Israel Onboard Harmony V Leaving Aqaba, Jordan

✓ Travel with Variety Cruises
✓ Accommodation in double or twin cabins with private SH/WC & air conditioning
✓ 1 night accommodation in Luxor hotel with all meals
✓ Full-board on ship and in Luxor: Buffet breakfast and two meals daily
✓ Including a Welcome Cocktail, Egyptian Evening, fun BBQ (weather permitting)
✓ Captain’s Dinner
✓ Regular (filter) coffee, tea and drinking water free all day
✓ Use of fishing and snorkeling equipment (subject to availability)
✓ English-Speaking Cruise Escort Egyptologist
✓ Includes Port Charges

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$2,439 USD
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$2,887 USD PP
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