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Topdeck rolls out Egypt 2013/14 brochure

6 March 2013

Topdeck rolls out Egypt 2013/14 brochure

Youth travel brand Topdeck has rolled out its Egypt, Jordan & Israel 2013/14 brochure featuring 22 trips including new itineraries which explore the party scene and religious history of Israel.

The 48-page brochure, which also features Morocco and Turkey, is packed with included experiences such as a 5-star cruise on the Nile, the temples of Abu Simbel, a guided tour of Petra, a stay in a Berber desert camp and a bike tour of Tel Aviv.

The new 7-day Jewels of Israel showcases the best Israel has to offer with memorable stops in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bethlehem and the Dead Sea from NZ$2530 + US$200 Local Payment per person.

Starting in the party capital of Tel Aviv, the trip explores the famous nightlight of Allenby Street and religious sites such as the Wailing Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Golgotha, where Jesus was crucified. It also includes kayaking on the Jordan River, a stay in a Kibbutz and a winery and tasting tour.

Other new itineraries include the 9-day Promised Land to Petra which travels through Israel before exploring the spectacular stone-carved ‘Rose City’ from NZ$3175 + US$200 Local Payment per person.

The brochure features 15 Egypt trips including the popular 8-day Nile Discovery which includes the Pyramids and Sphinx, a 5-star Nile cruise, an excursion to Abu Simbel and fully guided tours of all major sites with an Egyptologist from NZ$895 + US$220 Local Payment per person.

Trips range from four to 19 days with group sizes of no more than 30. They include transport in modern air-conditioned coaches, accommodation with breakfast, local guides, trip leaders, some meals and plenty of free time for independent exploring.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366, visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

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