STI Travel by Central Holidays launches new Jordan Tourism promotion campaign; 2016-17 travel programs tailor-created throughout Jordan and destination expertise to support travel agents.
MOONACHIE, NJ – STI Travel, part of the Central Holidays family of travel brands, continues on its expansion path with the launch of a new partnership with the Jordan Tourist Board to boost tourism to the destination. From Petra and The Dead Sea to Wadi Rum, Amman and beyond, the company is working to create awareness about this welcoming and amazing destination and increase bookings with the release of its 2016-17 travel programs throughout Jordan. The collection includes three dedicated, insightful journeys in Jordan that feature a vast array of one-of-a-kind experiences as well as three multi-country programs and flexible extension packages and optional tours for customizing the ideal vacation for each traveler or group.
“For 2016, we are pleased that each meticulously programed travel experience in Jordan features exciting opportunities to live the mystique of this destination firsthand as showcased by our destination experts that know the ins and outs of Jordan and are on hand for our travel agent partners in creating the ideal travel package for their travelers,” said James Zitani, Vice President, Sales for Central Holidays family of brands.
The company’s hosted Jordan travel packages include hotel accommodations, breakfast daily, and sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary as well as arrival and departure transfers, transportation by modern air-conditioned coaches or private car and waterborne vehicles. These journeys in Jordan can be customized with unique tours, excursions, and experiences as well as extended stay opportunities offered by STI Travel.
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