Isramworld Resumes Tours to Egypt

IsramWorld, a luxury tour operator and leader in tours to Egypt, reports that it has resumed its itineraries throughout Egypt.

More than a month after having safely evacuated all of its clients from Egypt in the wake of the January 2011 unrest in Cairo, IsramWorld says it has begun once again booking clients' travel to one of its most popular travel destinations.

Within hours of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's historic resignation, the IsramWorld reservation phone lines were fielding calls from clients interested in reinstating their previously planned trips to Egypt, Isramworld said.

Isramworld was the first mainstream U.S. tour operator to enter the Egypt market after the Camp David Accords of 1979, and is still the only U.S. operator with its own office and staff on the ground in Cairo, the company said.

"We are so pleased to be able once again to introduce clients to the wonders of Egypt, a destination that has been at the center of travelers' dreams for millennia, and a cornerstone of our company for decades," says A. Ady Gelber, Owner and CEO of IsramWorld. "It is our hope that the recent extraordinary events in Egypt will only further inspire new travelers to come and experience this magical country."




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