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$499 -- Thanksgiving: 10-Nt. Holy Land Cruise incl. Israel*

Sold out - This deal was published October 16, 2013 and sold out October 31, 2013
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By Rudy Tomarchio

For $499 per person, tour iconic Holy Land sites while sailing the Eastern Mediterranean for 10 nights aboard Holland America's ms Rotterdam.

This deal from CruCon Cruise Outlet includes a $25 onboard credit per stateroom to spend on everything from drinks to shore excursions. 

The ship sets off from Piraeus, the port city of Athens, with ports of call in Crete, Rhodes, Turkey, Cyprus and Israel. This comprehensive itinerary bundles the best of the Eastern Mediterranean -- and offers an opportunity to explore some of the world's most historic and spiritual locales.

Holy Land highlights while in Ashdod (port city nearest to Jerusalem) include floating in the Dead Sea and visiting the Western Wall. While in Haifa, visit Nazareth, home of the young Jesus, and the "Land of Miracles" -- Galilee, the Jordan River and Mount of the Beatitudes.

Depart Nov. 10 or 20.

Click Here for more information, however this deal can only be booked by phone. This is part of a larger Holland America sale featuring discounts on many destinations.

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Note: Taxes are an additional $146 per person.


Book by Oct. 31.
 
*Terms/Conditions:
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and valid for U.S. or Canada residents only. Rates are cruise only and do not include applicable government taxes and fees. Prices, stateroom availability and promotional offers are capacity-controlled and subject to change without notice. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates and additional restrictions may apply. Cruise lines reserve the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above a set amount, determined by each cruise line, on the NYMEX. Cruise lines will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary fuel charge to both existing and new bookings. Minimum age requirements vary by cruise line and destination.