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Holy Land Trip

Reprinted from PN December 2012

A fully accessible trip enables travelers to experience Israel and Jordan, an area home to three major world religions.

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Flying Wheels Travel tour includes stops at the famed Wailing Wall, the Sea of Galilee, and more.

The holy lands of Israel and Jordan host some of the most beautiful and historical places on earth.

From the lushness of the Sea of Galilee to the history of Jerusalem and the wonders of the carved ancient city of Petra, Jordan, an upcoming tour with Flying Wheels Travel will explore the best the region has to offer.

The trip is a fully accessible 13-day tour of Israel and Petra. Travelers will experience the sights and sounds of the region along with relaxation at amazing locations in the land that is home to three major world religions.

The tour departs the United States on April 13, 2013, and concludes on April 26. The tour package is $5,157.90 per person based on double occupancy. Airfare will be arranged from the travelers’ preferred airport and is not included in the tour price.

The package includes fully accessible tours in air-conditioned accessible vehicles, four-star accessible accommodations, daily breakfast, admission to listed sights on the tour, English-speaking guide, group assistance, gratuities and government fees.

Tour highlights include the Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, Jerusalem, the wilderness of Judea, the Dead Sea, Petra and the Red Sea resort of Eilat. Reservation deadline for this tour is Jan. 4, 2013.

For more information, visit flyingwheelstravel.com or call 612-381-1622.  

 

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