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Base of operations: Libya
We will guide you from Libya's magnificent Mediterranean coastline to the heart of the Sahara in the nation's interior. Our company was established in 2003 by Sami Eljaibani, an experienced tour manager. Sami has been a motivating force in the tourism industry since his return to Libya from the UK. Based in Benghazi, the company is recognized as a leader in Libya's blossoming tourism industry.

From the forbidding dunes and mirage-like oases of the interior sand seas to the spectacular historic sites on the Mediterranean coast, Libya is a truly unique holiday destination.
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Discover Libya with a recognized leader company in Libya's tourism industry. From the forbidding dunes to the spectacular historic sites on the Mediterranean coast, Libya is a unique destination.

1. How long has the business been operating and how did it start?

I was employed as a tour guide with various tourist companies. In the year 2002 I have established this company. During this period I created my own website which contains all the information needed for tourists in Libya.

2. What is your company's mission?

Besides touring service, M20083, would also like to concentrate in educational services. From 2002 we have improved our services considerably, our mission is to provide our clients with high level of standard.

3. What does your company specialize in?

We specialize in: - Desert tours - Classical tours - Second world war two - Adventure tours.

4. Who is the founder or owner of the company and briefly describe his/her past activities?

I am Sami El Gaibani, the founder and the owner of this company.

5. What is your most popular travel package and why?

The most popular travel package is a mixture of both tours which is Classical and Desert Tour. This will enable tourists to feel the atmosphere of the great Libya Sahara desert and ancient Roman and Greek archaeological sites.

6. What is the best compliment you received from a client?

The best compliment I received was when a client visited Libya three times through our company.

Vacation Packages offered by supplier M20083

Classical and Desert Tour 10% off.
This programe will allow you to visit all the ancient cities in Libya and a bit of the desert also the history of one of the main cities during the second world war two.

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EUR 1650 / Per person
Tour Package
Duration: 12 - 14 days
Season: January - December

3 Days Tour of Libya
Commencing in Benghazi, the tour will visit the Albaida city, the historic city of Tobruk, the ancient port of Cyrene Apollonia and end by visiting the Iron Bridge and Wadi Alkhoufreturn.

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USD 525 / Per person
Tour Package
Cultural Journey
Duration: 3 days
Season: January - December

7 Days Classical and Desert Program
This 7 day program includes a visit to the ancient city of Sebratha, a short tour of the city of Tripoli, a visit to the ancient roman city of Letis - Magna and the beautiful old town of Ghadames.

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USD 1225 / Per person
Tour Package
Desert Expeditions
Cultural Journey
Duration: 7 days
Season: January - December

4 Days Ghadames Program
Spend 4 wonderful days in Libya, visiting Tripoli and passing through Jabel Nafusa, Qasser Alhaj, the Old Town of Nalut. Continue your journey visiting the beautiful old town of Ghadames.

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EUR 700 / Per person
Tour Package
Cultural Journey
Duration: 4 days
Season: January - December
Reviews and Comments
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 1  Ian Swann Trip to Benghazi and Tobruk
Trip to Tobruk Jan 8th - 12th 2011. This trip was mainly to visit the Knightsbridge Cemetery in Acroma where my uncle and his 2 RAF crew are buried and to visit the terrain where their Blenheim bomber was shot down.
The whole experience was a bit of an adventure for someone who has never been to Libya before ... view more and speaks no Arabic. Sami and his team made the trip safe, interesting and very worthwhile.

It was good value especially if you enjoy eating local food and meeting new people. Sami has good connections and is very able to help troubleshoot – it is essential to take his advice on obtaining visas, registering your passport and internal flight arrangements. The hotels were comfortable if not luxurious. He knows the hotel owners and can ensure the rooms are up to scratch. Who you know is important in this respect and Sami has connections built up after years in the tourist business.

There are a few caveats. Delays in the flight from Tripoli to Benghazi are apparently not unusual but women and children are given priority, certainly in queues at the airport. Traffic rules seem to be bent by all and I was glad to let someone else drive especially in the busy cities. Crossing a road requires a sharp eye and some athleticism even at the well worn zebra crossings. Alcohol sales are forbidden and this is a rule to which you must adhere even if some locals appear to brew their own.

In 4 action packed days we managed to achieve my objective and visit many of the archeological, 2nd world war and other sites of interest between Benghazi and Bardia without spending unnecessary time at each. Then after a brief morning tour of the Medina and fish market in Tripoli I flew back to London satisfied that this was one of the best short break "holidays" I have had. I would definitely choose them again if I revisit the country.

Yours sincerely
Ian Swann