Ya’lla Tours USA Reduces Pricing on All Published Morocco Vacation Packages by 10%:Favorable Exchange Rate Leads to Benefits for Vacationers

Portland, OR – July 27, 2010 – Ya’lla Tours USA has announced a 10 percent price reduction for all of their published travel programs to Morocco.  The reduction comes as a direct result of a more favorable exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the Moroccan dirham.

 

“We are always looking for ways to benefit our customers without ever sacrificing our vacation packages in terms of quality,” said Ronen Paldi, president of Ya’lla Tours.  “We monitor when a more favorable exchange rate comes about to all of our destinations.  What we never do, is sacrifice the quality for which we have become known.  All of the services offered in our Moroccan trips previously are still there, it’s just the overall cost that is lower.”

 

There are seven different published trips to Morocco that go from Casablanca to Marrakech and each vacation is 7 to 12 days in length.  All programs include private guides, accommodations, some meals, site entrance fees, hotel taxes and service fees.  All published prices are for land only and include private transfers.  Airfares to the destinations are not included.  For more information about the tour packages to Morocco contact Ya’lla Tours at 1-800-644-1595 or visit their website a www.yallatours.com/morocco.      

 

 

About Ya’lla Tours USA

Founded in 1993, Ya’lla Tours USA delivers life-changing travel experiences in many exotic Mediterranean destinations such as Egypt, Morocco, Israel, Turkey, Jordan and Greece.  More information on Ya’lla, which means “let’s go” in Hebrew and Arabic, is available at www.yalllatours.com or by calling 800 644 1595.

 

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