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An easy way to get to Libya

If you haven't thought about Libya since Ronald Reagan had a few bombs dropped on it a quarter-century ago, maybe it's time to put it back on your radar. The country has new visa access and has put some serious cash into its infrastructure, including a national railway network. So, it's easier to get there and easier to get around there. And with the latest deal from Cox & Kings, "Timeless Treasures of Libya," you now have all the pieces in place.

Granted, Libya probably isn't on your list, but an open mind will put it there. "With its rocky recent history, Libya is often a destination overlooked and overshadowed by other nearby travel locales," said Thomas Stanley, Centre Head and COO of Cox & Kings USA. "But the Mediterranean is timeless and Libya is an undiscovered cache of history. It does not disappoint in offering travelers a sense of discovery in a land virtually unknown to the modern world. The archeological riches of ancient Libya are some of the most unobstructed and best preserved in the world."

Don't worry about the confines of package travel. The folks over at Cox & Kings say that the itinerary is customizable and available "at any time."

[photo by Rafael Gomez via Flickr]

Filed under: Libya, Middle East

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