Exodus has cut 30% off the cost of an action-packed tour through Jordan. The price is now £490 per adult and £476 per child (aged five to 17), excluding flights.
This family friendly trip lasts nine days and eight nights, starting and ending in Amman. That includes seven nights in 3-star hotels and one night camping under the stars in Wadi Rum. The price includes breakfast each day, one lunch and one dinner.
Groups are small in size (normally five to 18), ensuring a more intimate experience for the whole party.
Take time to meander through the archaeological ruins of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, which was largely unknown to the western world until 1812, when it was rediscovered by a Swiss explorer.
An overnight stay in Wadi Rum is, for many, a highlight of any Jordan trip. Lonely Planet online suggests gazing at the "galaxy of stars overhead at night and the spectacular sunrises and sunsets". This is a real Hollywood location favourite, having provided the backdrop for the likes of "Lawrence of Arabia", "Transformers" and, more recently, Ridley Scott's "Prometheus". End the trip with a relaxing snorkel over the 120 species of coral in the Gulf of Aqaba, popular with divers from all over the world.
Depart on 16 February, 2013. Click here for more information, but note that the prices quoted do not include the discount. This offer can only be booked at the discounted price by calling the number below.
Flights aren't included in this deal, but we found return flights starting at around £400 per person with Fly.com for the February departure.