Classical and Desert Touroffered by supplier M20083 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 12 - 14 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 8 people
Specialty Categories: Archeology/History Sightseeing
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1500 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1650 Euro (EUR)
Day 1: Arrive Tripoli. Meet and assist on arrival.
Day 2: Visit the Roman ancient city of Leptis Magna, all day, which is about 125 km east of Tripoli.
Day 3: Today we will visit the national museum of Tripoli and the ancient city of Sebratha, which is about 75 km west of Tripoli.
Day 4: Drive south some 750 km to visit Jabel Nafusa, Qasr Alhaj, the old town of Nalut and the beautiful Ghadames.
Day 5: Visit Ghadames all day.
Day 6: Drive back to Tripoli, visit Kabaow and Gharyan. Then, transfer to Tripoli airport to catch the night flight to Benghazi.
Day 7: In Benghazi we will visit the House Museum, The Art Musuem, and tour the city.
Day 8: Today we will visit the ancient cities of Tockra Tolmetha, the beautiful museum of Qasr Libya, the Green Mountains, the caves and Albaida city.
Day 9: Visit the ancient Greek city of Cyrene and the ancient port city of Cyrene Apollonia.
Day 10: Visit the ancient churches of Rass Alhilal and Lathroune. Drive further east to visit the city of Derna and the historic city of Tobruk.
Day 11: Today we will visit the four cemeteries, the historic harbour, Rommels Headquarter and the Fig Tree Hospital.
Day 12: Drive back to Benghazi using different route.
Day 13: Fly to Tripoli for departure.
Note: We can take the hight flight to Tripoli on Day 12.
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Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Internal flights
- Extras and items of personal mater
- Tips & Laundry.
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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...