Egypt and Jordan

Egypt/Jordan

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Mar 10 - 23, 2022
Group size: 10 - 26
Egypt and Jordan
Egypt/Jordan


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Mar 10 - 23, 2022
Group size: 10 - 26

About this trip

Egypt, the “Land of the Pharaohs”, should be a bucket-list destination for every westerner.  Of all Imprint’s offerings, this is the most “sight-rich” itinerary.  The list is impressive and long:  the great pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, mighty Karnak Temple, the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the temples of Edfu and Kom-Ombo, and finally, the wondrous Abu Simbel.  This is an iconic checklist that can’t be duplicated anywhere else in the world.  We also add the amazing experiences of a classic Nile Cruise, an evening of Nubian gastronomy and entertainment, the great mosques of Islamic Cairo, Khan-el-Khalili bazaar, and more.  And, were this not enough, the tour continues with the pre-eminent sight in the region, the hidden city of Petra and concludes in magical Wadi Rum in next-door Jordan. 

Available Packages

Double
Available until January 20, 2022

For couples.

Price is per person based on double occupancy.

$4,500
Twin
Available until January 20, 2022

For individuals traveling together or a couple desiring twin beds.

Price is per person based on double occupancy. 

$4,500
Single Traveler
Available until January 20, 20228 left

For individuals traveling alone, paying the Single Supplement.

$5,300
Single Willing to Share
Available until January 20, 2022

For the individual who doesn't want to pay the Single Supplement and is willing to share a room with a traveler of the same gender.

Note - If Imprint is unable to find a traveler willing to share you will be required to pay the Single Supplement.

$4,500

Available options

Jerusalem Extension: Double/Twin26 left
$1,600
Jerusalem Extension: Single Traveler26 left
$1,900
Jerusalem Extension: Single Share
$1,600
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We at Imprint Tours believe travel broadens horizons, introduces new ways to see the world, equips us with a new frame of reference for evaluating our own society, breaks down prejudice, and promotes global understanding. Therefore, we endeavor to “Travel with Intent”: an intention to take a reflective, introspective approach; connect with the cultures we visit; and balance the enjoyment of discovery with responsible travel. We want our “imprint” on the planet to be light and our “imprint” on the local culture to be positive.