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9 days
from US $975
Sale price from US $829

Amman After My Own Heart

Egypt, Jordan

Ahlan Wa Sahlan! Welcome to Jordan. Stretch your legs at the awesome Mt Nebo, do the floaty thing at the Dead Sea, check out the red-rock ancient city of Petra and channel...

21 days
from US $2345
Sale price from US $2,111

Sheesha & Shakshuka

Egypt, Israel, Jordan

Hang in Cairo before leaving solid land for a Nile Cruise. Spend some time in Luxor (donkey riding in the Valley of the Kings) and Dahab (swimming in Red Sea) before crossing...

17 days
from US $1415

A Billion Shades of Sand

Egypt, Jordan

Start your adventure in legendary Cairo. Next, you’re off to Aswan for a Nile River Cruise finishing in Luxor (Valley of the Kings), head back to Cairo and on to Dahab...

11 days
from US $845
Sale price from US $761

Electric Souk

Morocco

Hang in Casablanca before a homestay in Moulay Idriss, see lots of cool old stuff in Fes, head on to Midelt, Mergouza and Erg Chebbi for walking, ruins and a sunset camel ride...

9 days
from US $745
Sale price from US $596

Vintage Cuba

Cuba

Mojito’s are delicious. And available in abundance in Cuba. Yesssss. Start and finish in Havana, swing through Santa Clara (aka Che Guevara town), Trinidad (aka beach,...

13 days
from US $1510
Sale price from US $1,359

Little house on the cerrado

Argentina, Chile

Think of this trip as South America’s best Europe impression. Santiago’s got sass and vineyards, Pucon has hiking and whitewater rafting. Argentina’s Lake...

19 days
from US $2110
Sale price from US $1,899

Che it like you mean it

Argentina, Bolivia, Chile

Bolivia, Argentina and Chile – a trip straight through the guts of South America. Forage through La Paz’s wack market stalls, journey into the underground in Potosi...

17 days
from US $1365
Sale price from US $1,229

Toucan Play At That

Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua

If Costa Rica was a food, it would taste like a cross between coffee and vinegar. OK that sounds gross. But you can't leave without trying shade-grown Costa Rican coffee...