What do I call "enabler's price" for a land tour?
I negotiated with the Tour Operators and I sell
a special rate for people that either because of their
age, or their profession they are entitled to free, or,
discounted entrance fees to museums and sites visited, as
well as, people that prefer to take the tour without
having lunch included.
1) For students/teachers holding an International Student Identity Card (ISIC or ITIC cards, below) the enablers price is 49.00 euro paid in cash at our office. We keep a copy of the ISI card and get the difference from the ISIC office. To avoid friction and make the matter clear, the enablers student price is valid only for holders of the ISI card. Holders of University/College student cards and not ISI cards pay the adult price.
2) Adult clients pay the enablers price of 59.00 euro per person, (valid 01 April 2016) by visiting our Secure Bank webpage, or, our office in Athens paying either way, credit card or cash.
The day of the tour, you follow the rest of the group, but the price that you have paid,
- For the Two day tour to Delphi and
Meteora, the enabler's price refers to all clients, includes the entrance
tickets to the site of Delphi and the 2 monasteries, but
does not include the accommodation in the hotel chosen by
the tour operator. I have met clients that prefer to
sleep in Kalambaka, in a hotel of their choice but you
are dropped off at the entrance of Kalampaka at hotel
DIVANI and you must be at the same point the next day at
08.15am to join again the group and depart for the
monasteries. You can select and book the hotel of