Leisure Travel and Archaeology
Are you interested in leisure travel on a dime to countries or locations where you can take in the great archaeological sites they have to offer? A new vacation/travel club, known now in the travel industry as Club Sea Breeze, boasts a huge inventory of luxury resorts in countries all over the world, including those bristling with the great archaeological and historical sites everyone wants to see "before they die". Here is a sampling of typical prices for luxury accommodations (they apply to THE ENTIRE WEEK):
Crete -- $399
Italy -- $399
Egypt -- $399
Mexico -- $299
U.S. (Virginia-Williamsburg) -- $399
Additionally, this club offers its members a special travel portal where they can book airfare, hotel, car rental, and vacation packages at specially discounted rates, along with 50% of the company's commissions on bookings as cash back to the members for each booking.
I am drooling over an impressive all-inclusive one-week luxury resort package at Cancun, for example, for $299, and I plan to take excursions from there to the nearby ancient Maya archaeological sites at Chichen Itza and Tulum. The following year, Zahabia Resort on the Red Sea in Egypt for $399 (2 bedrooms, sleeping 6), where I will snorkel and take a glass bottom boat ride to see the spectacular coral reefs there and then take a little trip over to ancient Luxor and the Valley of the Kings.
But here is what distinguishes this club from the crowd: When you share this with others and they join, you can earn a very significant income that you can apply to your other vacation expenses, your dig fees if you want to participate as a dig volunteer or student on a dig, or any other expenses or savings. The club compensation plan uses a unique, patent pending system and technology that bestows benefits on its membership that is not duplicated anywhere in the industry.
For more information, go to Club Seabreeze.