B-6, Alankar Chambers, Ratlam kothi, A.B.road, Indore-452001.

(+91) 922-922-6464, 98260-51874, 95841-61612

About

A Journey to the Holyland

An Experience Of Walking Into Bible

TRAVEL TIPS

TRAVEL INFORMATION:

If you are looking for information about how to prepare for your trip, or any other information about your trip, look no further.


INSURANCE:

We strongly recommends the purchase of the Tour Protection Plan. It can save you time and money, and may help to ease your worries while traveling. This plan is affordably priced and provides valuable coverage for those unexpected events that can occur during your vacation, such as needing to cancel your trip due to covered reasons, lost baggage and unforeseen medical expenses.


PASSPORTS:

TSA (Transportation Security Administration) now requires specific information from your passport to be provided at the time your airline ticket is issued. You can click here to enter your passport information or you can email / attach a copy of the passport (Front Page and Last Page) at [email protected] or [email protected]


WHAT TO PACK AND WEAR ON TOUR:

Going on Tour? Don't know how much to pack? The Number 1 thing to think about when packing is LAYERING! Check out the weather forcast of your destination on the internet and find out what to expect. Always bring a sweater, jacket, umbrella and hat when touring.


AIRPLANE & TRANSPORTATION:

Going on Tour? Don't know what to expect on the international flight? We use only world class airlines for your travel to the Holy Land. All ground transportation will be on Air conditioned motor coaches.


CELL PHONE PROVIDERS:

Before leaving on your tour make sure you call your Cell Phone provider to find out the rates you will be charged in the countries you will be visiting. It can be expensive to use your phone in some countries and you don't want to come home to an unexpected phone Bill.

We have all options in India. Our office will assist you with the right calling card / International Sim cards for your travel to the Holy Land. " YOU WONT BE BILLED FOR YOUR INCOMING CALLS" So be assured, we will make this trip a very memorable and fun filled. Call our office for Calling Cards or International Sim Cards before your departure date.


TIPS AND TAXES:

If you have been overseas, you know that tipping is an integral part of travel. While all service charges are included in the tour price, additional tipping is so customary that tipping levels are approved by some departments of tourism. Hotels, guides, bus drivers, restaurants, etc., all expect a tip. This is an All Inclusive tour so the tips are already included in the tour price. You just have to travel tension free with us.


HEALTHY TRAVELING MEDICATIONS:

If you require any special medications, we suggest that you carry them along with you in their original prescription containers. Not all brands of medicine are available overseas. Illness can be caused by overindulging in tree- or vine-ripened fruits, or by drinking too much water containing salt or minerals to which you are not accustomed. Have your doctor prescribe a diarrhea remedy before you leave.


ABOUT THE FOOD:

Meals will be delicious and more than ample. Although most meals are American foods, part of the adventure of travelling abroad is trying the cuisine of other countries. For those under doctors care and requiring a special diet, we will request this service from the airlines and hotels if given sufficient notice. However, We cannot be held responsible if the request is not fulfilled. Water served at the table in the hotels we use is considered safe. Bottled water, coffee, tea and soft drinks are always available at a supplemental charge at lunch and dinner.


PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES:

Film and Memory Cards are available overseas for most cameras; however, it is double or triple the cost, so we recommend you purchase an adequate supply before leaving. That will include Memory Cards, and Photographic equipment should be purchased from a reliable store in your area and should be fresh stock, since the pictures you will take cannot be replaced. Be sure to bring your charging dock and extra batteries. Take pictures and videos before you leave to make sure your equipment is working properly. Also make sure you bring your camera and valuable equipment packed on with your carry on. DON'T pack your camera in your checked luggage.


ABOUT MONEY FOREIGN EXCHANGE:

Currency exchange rates fluctuate, so check exchange rates with our office time to time. DO NOT change American dollars into foreign currency except upon arrival in each foreign country. We recommend each passengers to carry 50 single dollar bills because they are acceptable in most foreign countries and, in the event of needing small local change, you will not end up with excessive local currency. Money should be exchanged only at banks, by Authorised Money Changers or by the hotel cashier - they are the only ones authorized to do this. Most of the countries you visit will accept credit cards.


WATCH THAT BAGGAGE:

The airlines allow you to carry one piece of check-in-baggage not over 23kgs. The one carry-on piece 07kgs allowed may not exceed a linear dimension of 45 inches, and must be able to fit under the seat. A briefcase or camera bag may be considered a carry-on by the airlines. Suitcases should be sturdy and locked with keys or combinations. Bring an extra key for each case and keep it separate from your regular set. Be sure all bags are clearly identified with baggage tags attached securely inside and outside showing your name, home address, and tour group. Attach OUR special baggage labels for easy group identification. We strongly suggest that EACH PERSON TAKE ONE SUITCASE due to the LIMITED STORAGE SPACE on the motorcoaches. Any porterage included in your tour price has been based on one piece per person. You may be have to move your own luggage during the tour, so be sure it's not too heavy! Tipping for handling any additional pieces will be the responsibility of the individual. Additional fees or surcharges are the responsibility of the passenger and needs to be paid upon check-in.


ACCOMMODATIONS: A. SINGLE SUPPLEMENT:

As with most tours, the cost is based on double occupancy in a twin-bedded room. If you desire a single room, please advise us in advance. You will be invoiced according to the supplemental charge as shown under Terms and Conditions of our tour itinerary. When your spouse is not traveling with you and you have someone else with whom you wish to room, please notify us so we can make out the room list accordingly. .


ACCOMMODATIONS:

We will be giving you deluxe twin bed rooms to accomodate two people with all meals. On request we can give you twin seperate beds too. This will be done only after checkin to the respective hotels.The size of the rooms in some hotels may not warrant triple accommodations.


COMING HOME:CUSTOMS CLEARANCE:

As your airline nears Mumbai or other gateway city, your flight attendant will pass out official customs declaration forms. You must declare ALL articles purchased abroad and in your possession if they exceed $400 - $1,200 per person depending on the country. Merchandise acquired abroad must accompany you if it is to be included in your duty-free exemption. Immediately after landing at Mumbai International Airport, proceed to the Immigration Department, where your passport is checked and stamped to allow you to reenter your country. If you are taking expensive foreign-made cameras or jewellery on your trip, the customs officers may want you to include those items with your purchases on reentry - this is where your having registered these items before departure really pays off! One more tip: Since customs officers may examine your gifts, you will avoid having elaborate wrappings torn open if you loosen the ribbons and wrappings yourself before packing.


SERVICES AVAILABLE VOLTAGE:

The voltage overseas is generally 220v-50 cycle AC, If you use an electric razor, hairdryer or curler, be sure you have a 1500-watt converter with adapter plugs. You can get the international plug from any electric store in India.


PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES OR PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS:

Tour participants who cannot move freely about and require assistance must be accompanied by a helper who is responsible to give assistance. A tour host or other members cannot be expected to assist.