Cox & Kings Libya Bound

It’s time to give Libya a look. The Northern Africa country, long known for being unaccommodating to tourists, having a difficult visa process, infrastructure problems and fractious politics, has corrected many of these issues and is ready for rediscovery.

Cox & Kings has recognized this and debuted “Timeless Treasures of Libya.” The eight-day itinerary features a look at Libya’s bustling Mediterranean capital city of Tripoli, and delves into the city’s souq and medina.

Other highlights include a visit to Leptis Magna, considered one of the most unspoiled Roman ruins, and a trip to the edge of the Sahara Desert and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ghadames with its labyrinth of covered alleyways and courtyard homes. Luxury travel advisors can contact Nicole Beattie, Cox & Kings Arabia & North Africa program director, at [email protected].

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