Have you always wanted to travel for FREE?

April 27, 2010 Leave a comment

Now is your chance! If you are a church or an individual who is interested in gathering a group of people for a trip, we can design the tour to include comps.

For instance, if you have 10 people who are paid you can get one FREE or we can do it so that for every 7(or 5) people we can do a comp. Here is the breakdown:

10 people pay for the trip=1 FREE traveler

7 people are paid=1 FREE travelA group of 21 who pay=3 people travel FREE
(based on 1 comp for every 7)

The less people you have per comp will drive the price for the trip higher. For instance a 1 comp per 5 people will be a higher priced trip than a 1 for 10 comps per person.  Let us know if you can gather a group and we will work on a quote.

Reasons to Start a Travel Ministry

April 20, 2010 Leave a comment

1. Deepens the faith of your members

2. Allows your group to have the opportunity to travel as a community

3. Can help people develop a heart for missions

4. Develops a closer bond between pastors/group leaders & members

5. Makes the Bible stories, history, & culture come alive

6. Allows a Christian travel alternative for members

7. It’s learning on several different levels – spiritual, physical, intellectual, social, & emotional

8. Offers a great fund-raising program for your church/organization

9. Appeals to all ages– seniors, couples, families, singles, youth, & young adults

10. Educates Church Teachers

11. Gives the pastors/organizers who work so hard throughout the year an opportunity to travel for FREE

12. It’s easy… because we do all the work for you

13. Provides an occasion for an Intense Spiritual Retreat

14. Helps to Develop a Christ-like attitude towards other faiths & cultures

By offering your members a Christian travel opportunity you will have the ability to travel as a community to celebrated Biblical lands, Christian heritage locations in Europe, and even enjoying fellowship while cruising Alaska, Hawaii, and the Bahamas. You can host conferences or retreats aboard cruise ships while you are traveling to exciting ports.

Although Faith-based travel would be the heart of your Christian Travel Ministry, there are many more events that can be included in this group:

• Showings of faith-based travel films & documentaries
• Bible studies before you leave on your journey to prepare your heart
• Sharing effective ways to use their recent travel experiences as an open door to share Christ with others
• Hosting internationally-themed food nights
• Reading books on Biblical & Christian heritage sites

israel singles tours

April 12, 2010 Leave a comment

Have you ever wanted to go to Israel and had no one to go with you?  Sometimes we say to ourselves, I will travel when I meet my husband, wife or when I get married.  Why put off the most amazing tour of your life? Israel singles tours is an opportunity for you to travel by yourself in a small group with other individuals from different walks of  life. We have group tours that leave every week in Israel.  You don’t have to wait to get a bunch of friends together, you can travel by yourself or with a couple friends.  Now is the day to explore one of the most amazing countries in the world.

Necessary Items in Traveling Abroad

January 3, 2010 Leave a comment

When you are taking a trip to Israel, Greece, Europe or a cruise to anywhere you will need necessary items in traveling abroad.  I thought I would do a short list of items you might consider taking in no particular order:

  • Medications (in their original containers) and vitamins, band-aids
  • Passport(make copies of your passort and keep them seperate) 
  • travel documentation
  • Bathing suit/Bathing suit cover up
  • Water socks
  • Sunscreen/Sunglasses, a hat and other protective wear
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Lightweight pants/Jeans
  • A light jacket or sweater
  • Socks
  • Heavier footwear
  • Camera
  • Sundresses
  • Sandals or sneakers
  • Camera and accessories (batteries, film, etc.)
  • Binoculars
  • Foreign-language phrase book or dictionary
  • Maps
  • guidebooks
  • water container(stay hydrated)
  • Extra glasses or contact lenses
  • Foreign currency
  • umbrella
  • tissue(some bathrooms in public areas are not stocked)
  • Reading material
  • This is not an extensive but it does give you some guidelines on items you need to bring.  Feel free to add additional items in the comment section.

    alaska family cruise best deals

    December 25, 2009 Leave a comment

    Have you ever wanted to take on the beautiful sights of the Alaskan glaciers?  Alaska family cruise best deals are going to be found early and late in the Alaskan cruise season.  Meaning May and September will be the most cost-effective for your family.  During September you can even see some beautiful fall foliage.  Give Bible on Tour a call at 727-346-1018 if you would like to book a cruise for your family

    best time of year cruise caribbean

    December 22, 2009 Leave a comment

    I am amazed at how many people have never taken  a cruise.  If you ask my family and I, we would say it is the perfect vacation.  So many people wonder if they are going to take a cruise, what is the best time of year cruise Caribbean?  Our company always find the best deals during the time of year when people are typically  busy.  In September when the kids go back to school.  In November when everyone is tied up and getting ready for Thanksgiving.  In December, when people are wrapped up in shopping and Christmas parties. In the spring when a lot of people are busy with school and work and can;t travel. I prefer traveling in December and in the Spring when traveling to the Caribbean.  No matter which way you look at it, the Caribbean seems to have heavenly weather all year-round.  Here are all the reasons why we enjoy cruising:

  • First class Formal and Informal Dining 24 hour a day(included)
  • You don’t ever have to make your bed or clean your room
  • Meeting room (included)
  • Nightly Entertainment (included)
  • Complimentary Room Service (included)
  • Family Friendly Experience with activities for all ages
  • Cruise ships continue to be one of the safest forms of transportation
  • Health club facilities (included)
  • Day Spa (optional)
  • 24-hour medical services
  • Relax in a hot tub or pool(included)
  • Allows quality time with your friends & family
  • Complimentary Camp for children 3 years to teens – well supervised by professionals
  • So parents some time to themselves
  • You can visit 4 countries in a week and unpack only once!
  • Awe-inspiring view from deck of a cruise ship
  • For the health conscious..low calorie, low sodium and heart-healthy meals are available
  • Simplicity…you don’t come back from your trip needing a vacation
  • Meet new people
  • Shopping
  • Comfortable traveling
  • So there you have it.  I am sure you can add what you love a cruising.  In fact, feel free to give us what is your favorite part of cruising!  Have a Merry Christmas!

    Beginning of our Belize Cave tubbing

    December 16, 2009 Leave a comment

    This trip to Belize on our annual Christmas Cruise was so beautiful! If you ever go to Belize City, cave tubbing is a must! The water is beautiful and cool in temperature.  

    Categories: Cruises