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A detailed tour package about the journey of St. Paul through Anatolia and Greece with the most convenient prices. The tour will take you to two countries and two continents to see and visit the sacred early Christian sites. An impressive tour package regarding Christian religion.


  • Istanbul Old City, Bosphorus Cruise, Cappadocia, Pergamon, Tarsus, Antioch, Mersin, Antalya, Ephesus, Nicea, Thessaloniki, Philippi, Delphi, Athens, Corinth.


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Arrive in Ankara, the capital of Turkey. You will be transferred to your hotel, where you will check in with the TSG team. The rest of the day is yours to explore the city. Overnight in Ankara.

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Upon completing breakfast, we embark on a journey towards Ankara, which is the capital city of Turkey. The first place to visit is the Anatolian Civilization Museum. The museum showcases a variety of exhibits ranging from the Paleolithic period to the Byzantine era. One of the museum's most famous exhibits is the Hittite Gallery, which contains a vast collection of Hittite artifacts, including monumental stone sculptures and reliefs.

The Augustus Temple is the next visiting site. It is an ancient Roman temple located in the Ulus district that was built during the reign of Roman Emperor Augustus, in the early 1st century AD. The temple is notable for its well-preserved facade, which features a portico of six columns topped by a triangular pediment. The temple's facade is adorned with reliefs depicting scenes from the life of Augustus and his family, as well as mythological figures.

Ataturk's Mausoleum, also known as Anitkabir, is the final resting place of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder and first President of the modern Republic of Turkey. The mausoleum's architecture is notable for its grandeur and the use of modernist and traditional Turkish elements. The exterior of the mausoleum is adorned with sculptures and reliefs depicting the history of the Turkish people. Ataturk's Mausoleum is not only a place of commemoration but also an important symbol of Turkish national identity. 

In Cappadocia, we will explore the scenic Ihlara Valley, where early Christians carved some 3,500 cave churches from the tuff rock. With their numerous wall paintings and Christian symbols, these chapels are astounding in their beauty and tranquility.

The first Christians built dozens of underground cities beginning in the second century to flee first the Romans and then the Arab invaders. Some of these underground cities are probably older. Such cities have carved-out rooms for kitchens, bedrooms, stables, and chapels for worship that descend five to ten stories into the ground. You will explore Ozkonak Underground City, which is one of the best preserved underground cities in the region, with your guide. Overnight in Cappadocia.

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Full Day excursion Visit Cappadocia for a full-day excursion to see the incredible red rock cones, troglodyte churches, and homes from 4000 BC. These incredible landscapes of volcanic ash were formed by mother nature 3 million years ago.


The historic fortress of Uchisar Castle is a naturally occurring rock formation that has been shaped over centuries by erosion and volcanic eruptions, creating a remarkable and eye-catching geological formation. The Byzantine Empire initially constructed the castle in the seventh century as a barrier against Arab incursions. The Seljuks and the Ottomans, two later civilizations to use it, embellished the castle with their own architectural and decorative features. From the castle, you can explore the Guvercinlik Valley.


Goreme Open Air Museum, on the other hand, is the home of dozens of churches and unbelievably beautiful frescoes. You can view notable, well-preserved frescoes that feature scenes from the lives of Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and the saints at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will visit the Girls and Boys Monastery, St. Basil’s Church, Elmali Church, Saint Barbara Church, Serpent Church, Malta Crusader Church, Dark Church, and more.


The area's highest concentration of fairy chimneys is found at Zelve Open Air Museum, which was also a significant Christian settlement between the 9th and 13th centuries. Also, it has been known that the first religious seminars were given to the priests in Zelve.


For over 4000 years, Avanos has been the center of pottery and ceramics production in Anatolia, thanks to the region's red clay resources. You can shop and explore the traditional way of making pottery. Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

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After breakfast, drive to Tarsus, which will take approximately 2 hours. Tarsus was the birthplace of St. Paul. He was a tent cloth weaver like his father, and when he was 13, he went to Jerusalem for his religious education. In Tarsus, we will visit St. Paul's Well, which is believed to have curing water. St. Paul Memorial Museum, which was built in 1850 by the Orthodox Arab-Greek Community, will be visited too. The Seven Sleepers Caves, where it is believed that seven Christian youths hid while fleeing the cruel Roman Emperor Decius and slept for 300 years, is the next stop on our tour. At the same time, it is a sacred place for Islam too. The Cleopatra Gate and the Ancient Roman Road are on our itinerary. After the tour, we will ride to Hatay, which will take 3 hours for dinner and overnight.

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Following breakfast, we will tour the city's ancient religious sites and its modern ones. We will go to the Saint Pierre Church in Hatay, which is regarded as a significant historical and religious site and is thought to be one of the oldest churches in the entire world. The Habib Neccar Mosque, Anatolia's oldest, will be the next stop. We will explore the rare ancient Roman mosaics in the Hatay Archaeology Museum. Its collection dates back to the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD, and today it is one of the most visited sites in Hatay. The most well-known pieces in the collection are The Gypsy Girl, The Three Graces, which depict three goddesses from Greek mythology, The Birth of Venus, Hercules, and Omphale, and The Amazon Queen Penthesilea. We will return to Mersin for the night after visiting the Harbiye Waterfall.

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Set out west along the Mediterranean coast on a well-known coastal road. Take a lunch break in Anamur. Anamur District is Turkey's southernmost point and is famous for its bananas and peanuts. Anemorium, which was the political and economic hub in Anatolia and Cilicia throughout the Roman era, will be visited after the lunch. The Mediterranean view will capture you. Dinner and overnight in Antalya.

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After breakfast, we have a very full day. We will visit the ancient city of Side, where Paul, Barnabas, and Mark landed during their missionary journeys to its old port. Later, they sailed to Antioch. It was one of the wealthiest port cities in Pamphylia in antiquity, and today the old porthe theatre, columnar road, Nymphaeum, Vespasian Monument, and historical houses can still be visited. The next destination is Perge.

In ancient times, Perge used to have a reputation for its sculptures. Also, it has been known that one of the most important figures of Christianity, St. Paul, arrived in Perge during his missionary travels. Because it takes place in the Bible, the city is considered one of the holiest places in Christianity.

Next is Aspendos, an ancient city that is known for its ancient theater. It was built by the architect Zenon, son of Theodoros, during the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161–180 AD). Today, it is the best preserved Roman theater not just in Anatolia but also in the whole Mediterranean world. Overnight in Antalya.

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After breakfast, drive to Laodicea (Rev. 3:14–22), which will take you back to the first century and was condemned by St. John in Revelation (Act: 4:15). Here you will hear the story of a people who were ordered to repent from investing in material riches that make them miserable, but the gold has overcome.


Then drive to Hierapolis and explore incredible excavations; including a Byzantine church, the Great Theatre, the Temple of Apollo, and the Plutonium, which pagan cults once called "the entrance to hell." Examine the intriguing sites of the churches of Revelation. The churches here in Hierapolis, Colossae, and Laodicea once flourished under the ministry of Epaphras (Colossians 4:12–13).


Next at Pamukkale, enjoy the "Cotton Castles" of brilliant white calcium rock formations and hot - water travertines, where hot mineral waters emerge from the earth and cascade over cliffs. As the water-cools, the calcium precipitates and clings to the cliffs, forming snowy white travertines (waterfalls of white stone), which give credence to the name Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle.". This enchanting place is one of the natural wonders of Asia Minor. Dinner and overnight in Pamukkale.

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After breakfast, drive to Philadelphia (Rev. 3:7 - 12), your Bible will come alive as you read it in light of firsthand study. This city was located along an important trade route that linked Pergamon in the north with Laodicea to the south. In A.D. 17, an earthquake devastated twelve Asian cities, including Philadelphia, and for a time the people lived in fear of aftershocks. Philadelphia was rebuilt with help from Emperor Tiberius.

At Sardes (Rev. 3:1 - 5), your thoughts will turn to the Old Testament period following the 586 B.C. destruction of Jerusalem. That was the time when the phrase "rich as Croesus" originated. Croesus (560 - 546 B.C..) was the king of Lydia, and Sardis was his capital. Gold was discovered in the Pactolus River at Sardes, and it was here that coinage as we know it. Cyrus and the Persians defeated and captured Croesus for all his wealth and made Sardis the administrative center for the western part of their empire. The fabled Royal Road connected Sardes with the Persian cities to the east. Sardes was the hardest hit of the twelve cities destroyed in the earthquake of A.D. 17. According to Tacitus' Annals, Emperor Tiberius contributed significantly to its reconstruction. Your visit to Sardes will include the imperial court and the ancient Jewish synagogue. You will rest in the shade of the Temple of Artemis, while studying in the light of prophetic Scripture. Dinner and overnight in Kusadasi.

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After breakfast, we ride to Ephesus (Rev. 2:1 - 7), a major port city on the Aegean, that was the commercial, political, and religious center of all of Asia Minor. According to historical sources, Herostratus destroyed the Temple of Diana (Artemis) on the eve of Alexander the Great's birth. Then, for 120 years, the Ephesians labored to rebuild the temple, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The city became part of the Roman Empire in the second century B.C. As a Roman capital of Asia Minor. 

The Apostle Paul’s first visit to Ephesus was brief—during his second missionary tour (Acts 18:19 - 21). His second visit lasted about three years—during his third missionary tour (Acts 19:1 to 20:31). Luke’s account of the worship of Diana appears in Acts 19:34 - 35. The "great theater" (stadium) mentioned in Acts 19:29 - 31 could seat 25,000 people. Walk the marble-paved street, see the Fountain of Trajan, the Library of Celsus, and the Grand Theatre.


Visit the Chapel of the Virgin Mary (Double Church), where the Third Ancient Council convened. We visit the House of the Virgin Mary, where she spent her last years. Enjoy St. John's Basilica, which was constructed over the apostle John's grave, and consider the Temple of Diana's ruins.

While Sirince promises a cute village visit, it can impress you with its religious gems. In St. Dimitrios Church, explore the interior decoration and architecture. Learn about the history and significance of the church and the Orthodox Christian community in the area. After that, take a short walk to St. John Baptist Church. The distinctive octagonal design of the church will charm you. Take some time to walk around the charming streets of Sirince and explore the traditional houses, shops, and cafes. Sirince is known for its well-preserved historical architecture and traditional way of life, so there is much to discover and enjoy. Overnight in Kusadasi.

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You'll wake up to a sunny day full of ancient sites and other attractions in Izmir, Turkey's most visited city. We'll go to St. Policarp Church before arriving in Akhisar. We will see the St. Policarp church during our visit, which was built in 1625 with the approval of Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I and at the request of French King Louis XIII. French architect Raymond Charles Pere created the frescoes depicting Polycarp's life in this lovely church.

The next stop will be Sardis. It was the capital of the Lydian Empire during the Iron Age. It was also the location of an early Christian community, as well as one of Asia's seven churches.

Thyateira and Apollonia, two ancient sites in the Akhisar region, are up next. Thyateira was home to a prominent early Christian church and one of the seven churches mentioned in the Book of Revelation. According to the Book of Revelation, a woman named Jezebel, claiming to be a prophetess, led the Christians of Thyateira into sexual immorality and eating food sacrificed to idols.

Afterwards, we will visit Apollonis, which was renamed Apollonis after the queen Apollonis, who was the mother of Eumenes II and Attalus II of Pergamum. Cicero made mention of it in his writings. Unfortunately, the city was harmed during a devastating earthquake but rebuilt by Tiberius. The city was known for issuing coins, some of which are still in existence from the reigns of Marcus Aurelius to Severus Alexander. Today, Apollonis holds the status of a titular bishop in the Roman Catholic Church. Dinner and overnight in Izmir.

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After breakfast, we drive to Pergamon, which is actually called Bergama. It is one of the sites of the Seven Churches of Asia [Rev. 1:11; 2:12]. Here, we explore the impressive Acropolis, the steepest theater in the world. Then, at Asklepion, a famous classical medical center, see the Altar of Zeus, which is referred to in the Book of Revelation as the "Throne of Satan," as well as the marble columns of the Temple of Trajan. Furthermore, the library, which was the best in the world and had long been a rival to Egypt's equally famous Library of Alexandria, had a wealth of volumes estimated at over 200,000. It inspired the invention of parchment. After the tour, drop back to your hotel. Dinner and overnight in Izmir.

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Drive to Nicea through Bursa. At Nicea, you will see the remains of Constantine’s palace, now covered by the water at the shore of Lake Iznik. It was here in this palace chapel that the First Ancient Church Council convened in A.D. 325 to produce the Nicene Creed. Enjoy Nicea’s St. Sophia Church, where the Seventh Church Council convened in 787. Continue to Istanbul. 

We will visit the old city of Istanbul. In the Hippodrome, (Sultanahmet Square), which was the sports and social hub of ancient Constantinople, we will see the iconic historical artifacts, including the Obelisk of Theodosius from Egypt, the Serpentine Column from Delphi, the German fountain gifted by Wilhelm II and more. Blue Mosque, whose six minarets adorn Istanbul's skyline and are known for their rare blue tiles, and the Hagia Sophia Mosque, which was the largest church for centuries around the world and like the Blue Mosque is a masterpiece, are the following visiting sites in the old city.  Overnight in Istanbul.

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Begin your visit by exploring the Basilica Cistern, believed to have been constructed after the Nika revolt in 532 AD. During the Roman period, owing to the presence of a Stoa Basilica located above the pre-existing cistern. Afterward, take a short drive to the Chora Museum, home to the church of Saint Savior in Chora, featuring exceptional Byzantine mosaics. Take a lunch break at 1:00 pm before continuing your tour to the bazaar, where you can find exotic spices and herbs, Turkish Baklava, delicious Turkish Delights, Turkish Coffee, nuts and fruits, hand made souvenirs, and more. After a lunch break, we will then continue our journey on Bosphorus. 

"Bosphorus by Boat,". a traditional excursion by boat along the waterway separating Europe and Asia. The shoreline is home to dozens of old wooden villas, palaces of marble, fortresses, and small fishing villages. You will have the opportunity to see the 19th-century Ottoman masterpiece Dolmabahce Palace, Yildiz Palace, one of the unique samples of the last period of Ottoman architecture, and Ciragan Palace with its amazing marble facades from the boat. Moreover, the iconic view of Ortakoy, the Rumeli Fortress, which is one of the most beautiful works of military architecture of the Ottomans, the harmony of the architectural styles of east and west at Beylerbeyi Palace, and more can be seen during the boat tour. Lunch break at the Turkish restaurant.  Return to the hotel for overnight.

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Following breakfast, we will commence our journey towards the border of Greece. By midday, we'll be met by our Greek guide as we travel from the Turkish/Greek border to Kavala, passing through Alexandroupolis. Rest of the day is free. Overnight in Kavala. 

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After breakfast at the hotel, we drive to PhilippiLocated northwest of the neighboring island of Thasos, Philippi was a significant Greek city established by Thasian colonists in 360/359 BC. The city was inhabited throughout the Roman and Byzantine eras, but was abandoned in the 14th century following the Ottoman conquest. In recognition of its remarkable Roman architecture, its urban layout, (a smaller replica of Rome), and its significance in early Christianity, the archaeological site was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016. During his second missionary journey, the apostle Paul visited the city, which is recorded in the New Testament. Based on the Acts of the Apostles and the letter to the Philippians, early Christians inferred that Paul was the founder of their community. During our visit, we will also see the Agora, the 5th and 6th century Basilica, and the Theater. 

The next destination is the Baptistery of St. Lydia, also called the Zygakti River. It is located near the archaeological site of Philippi, where the Apostle Paul is said to have baptized, the first Christian in Europe. Today, the baptistery is open for use, hosting weddings and baptisms. Every year on May 20, in commemoration of St. Lydia of Philippi, Christians are baptized at the same location.

The next site to visit is the remains of the prison where Paul and Silas were detained in Philippi, now situated in present-day Greece, after being apprehended without a trial, beaten, and imprisoned for supposedly causing a disturbance in public. We will drive to Thessaloniki for dinner and overnight.

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After a brief tour of Thessaloniki in the morning, which included visits to the ancient Roman Agora, Dikasterion Square, the renowned Mausoleum constructed by the extraordinary Roman emperor Galerius, the White Tower, and Ladadika, we continued our journey to Meteora.

The Meteora is a central Greek rock formation that is home to one of the most magnificently constructed complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries. These six monasteries were built on massive natural pillars and hill-like rounded boulders that tower over the surrounding area. Meteora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near the town of Kalambaka on the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly, close to the Pineios River and the Pindus Mountains.

Later on, we headed to Beroea, an ancient city from the Hellenistic period and the Roman Empire, now called Veria (or Veroia) in Northern Greece. According to the Acts of the Apostles, the town was where the apostles Paul, Silas, and Timothy preached the Christian Gospel. We had dinner and stayed overnight in Kalambaka. 

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As you make your way towards Mount Parnassus, take in the picturesque Greek countryside and journey into the realm of King Oedipus - a tragic mythical hero whose destiny was foretold by the Oracle of Delphi. Upon arrival to Delphi, explore the Temple of Apollo, the theater, and the Museum of Delphi, where you'll discover remarkable artifacts like the Bronze Charioteer, the Naxian Sphinx, and the Statue of Antinoos, among others. Following a refreshing lunch break, visit the Athena Pronaia Sanctuary, which boasts the most photographed scenery in Delphi. Before heading back to Athens for dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel, there will be a brief pause for a photo opportunity at the charming mountain village of Arachova.

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Our journey begins promptly at 8:00 a.m. as we depart from Athens and travel along the scenic Saronic Gulf, the very site where history was transformed in 480 BC. Our first stop is at the historic Corinthian Canal, where we'll capture some memorable pictures. Next, we'll explore ancient Corinth and all its sites associated with the ministry, including the Agora, the Temple of Apollo, the Roman Odeon, the Bema, and Gallios' Seat. Before heading back to Athens, we'll visit the ruins of the early Christian, 5th-century basilica in Cenchreae.

In the afternoon, we'll embark on a half-day sightseeing tour of Athens, starting with a climb up the marble-capped Acropolis to witness the famous Parthenon and Erechtheum, among other architectural marvels. Our time-traveling journey then takes us to Mars Hill (Areopagus), where the Apostle Paul delivered his powerful sermon to the great thinkers of philosophy, logic, and learning. Our tour concludes with a visit to the highlights of modern Athens. Overnight in Athens. 

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The tour ends this morning after twenty amazing days. Join your fellow travelers for breakfast at the hotel, and take the opportunity to bid farewell to your newfound friends. You can sign up to take advantage of TSG credits, and this is the best way to snag credits and use them for your next trips as a discount, as well as to hear about the hot deals according to your interests.

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Trip includes


• 1 night hotel in Ankara - 4 Best Western 2000 Hotel

• 2 nights hotel in Cappadocia - El Puente Cave Hotel

• 1 night hotel in Adana - Divan Adana

• 1 night hotel in Mersin - Divan Mersin

• 2 nights hotel in Antalya - 4 Star Best Western Khan Hotel

• 1 night hotel in Pamukkale - 5 Star Richmond Thermal Hotel

• 2 nights hotel in Kusadasi - 5 Star Ramada Hotel & Suite

• 2 nights hotel in Izmir - 5 Star Ramada Plaza

• 2 nights hotel in Istanbul - 5 Star La Quinta by Wyndham Istanbul

• 1 night hotel in Kavala - Airotel Galaxy Hotel

• 1 night hotel in Thessaloniki - Anessis Hotel Thessaloniki

• 1 night hotel in Kalambaka - Divani Hotel

• 2 nights hotel in Athens - Titania Hotel

PS: If This hotel list not available at the time of your booking then we will arrange smilar other hotel for your group. If you prefer a Different category hotel, there might be an additional cost

• Professional English - speaking tour guide

• 19 open buffet breakfasts • 17 dinners

• Arrival airport transfer from Ankara airport

• Transportation in a fully air - conditioned, non - smoking coach

• Return airport transfer

• Guided Ankara tour

• Guided Cappadocia tour

• Guided Adana tour

• Guided Antakya /Mersin tour

• Guided Antalya tour

• Guided Pamukkale tour

• Guşded Philadelphia - Sardes – Kusadasi tour

• Guided Ephesus tour

• Guided Izmir / Smyrna tour

• Guided Pergamon tour

• 2 half day Istanbul City tour

• Half day Istanbul Bosphorus tour

• Guided Kavala tour

• Guided Thessaloniki

• Guided Kalambaka tour

• Guided Athens tour

• All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary


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• Turkey entry visa

• Bulgaria entry visa

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Insurance: Having travel insurance will protect travelers against unexpected situations such as health problems, flight delays, burglaries, etc., during your tour. Therefore, we highly advise all travelers to obtain insurance before departure.

a. The following insurance policies, which are not included in any tour packages, can be helpful against unforeseen circumstances.

b. Travel cancellation insurance: This helps minimize financial risk in case the traveler needs to cancel before departure.

c. Travel interruption insurance: This helps minimize financial risk in case the traveler experiences an interruption during the trip after departure.

Adequate health insurance.

All suppliers need to provide travelers with the transport schedule, luggage limit information, airport transfers, guides, and meeting point information via email and upon meeting travelers in person. Additionally, it is the travelers' responsibility to review the instructions carefully and not to miss the meeting points and times.

Entrance Fees: All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary are included in the tour price and will be paid before or during the tour. Additionally, travelers have the option to visit museums and other places with entrance fees at their own expense if they wish.

Accommodation: Suppliers are required to provide the hotels listed in the itinerary. However, in cases where the listed hotels are unavailable due to reasons such as seasonality or other mandatory circumstances, suppliers must offer similar alternatives to the travelers.

Check in and check out: According to global standards, hotel check-in time is typically 14:00, and check-out time is 12:00. To inquire about early check-in and late check-out options, suppliers and/or travelers need to contact the hotel directly.

Private and Regular Tours: Both regular and private tours are offered on our website. A private tour is exclusive to those with reservations, while a regular tour allows for a larger number of participants. Pricing varies based on group size and tour type. Please be aware that the Supplier reserves the right to modify the order of activities outlined in the booked itinerary if necessary.

Optional tours: Depending on your tour, you can find various optional tours on our website and book them separately. It's important to note that these optional tours are not included in traveler's main tour package. While travelers can book these optional tours online.

Passports & Visas: Travelers need a valid passport and visa for the country they will visit. TravelShop Booking and Suppliers do not provide any passports or visas for any cases. They can only provide invitation letters, which will help you in your visa application after you have paid the full balance of the tour.

Personal items: TravelShop Booking&Suppliers are not responsible for the loss of personal items such as jewelry, money, or valuable documents. Utilizing the hotel safes or facilities provided at the Guest Relations Desk can be helpful in safeguarding your belongings. Additionally, travel insurance is professionally recommended to travelers for unforeseen events.

Travel Prohibitions: Passengers who are 27 weeks pregnant or more may be prohibited from traveling, prioritizing their safety and health. However, travel may be permitted with sufficient medical documentation up to 24-26 weeks of pregnancy. Please consult your doctor before planning your tour.

Dietary Requirements: If you need or require special dietary requirements, including vegetarian, diabetic, children's menus, and dairy-free options please notify your Supplier before the tour departure. If you have any dietary sensitivities, please notify them at least 2 weeks before your tour start date.

Handicapped Services: Suppliers offer private services tailored to meet handicapped requirements, along with accessible tours. For assistance, please reach out to your tour supplier to make arrangements.

Photos and Videos during tour: At times, Suppliers gather photos and videos to share on their social media accounts and for marketing purposes. Suppliers should always ask for travelers' permission first. Travelers have the option to decline participation in these visual documents. If travelers notice any photos or videos being shared without their consent, please inform your Supplier and us ([email protected]) to have them removed.

Tipping: Tipping, like in the rest of the world, is a cultural practice that fosters goodwill and encourages helpfulness. Please check your itinerary for tipping details or ask your Supplier.

Disclosure Notice All travelers acknowledge that TravelShop Booking is a global marketplace that offers an online platform connecting tour suppliers providing various land services, operators who purchase tours for their travelers, and travelers seeking tours, including optional tours across various categories. All users are aware of and agree to this.

TravelShop Booking reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to allow suppliers worldwide to post, upload, publish, submit, or transmit text, images, graphics, videos, or other materials (collectively, "Content") on the platform. When Suppliers share Content on the Platform, they grant TravelShop Booking permission to use it, including in publications and promotional materials. By granting this permission, Suppliers provide TravelShop Booking with a worldwide, irreversible, perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free license. TravelShop Booking does not claim ownership of this content. Moreover, these Terms do not limit any rights you may have to use and exploit the Content. Additionally, TravelShop Booking can remove any Content deemed abusive, harmful, illegal, pornographic, incites hate, obscene or defamatory, racist, sexist, or similar without prior permission or notification.

On our global platform, tours are booked directly with the respective supplier, and their current terms and conditions apply. If the suppliers have not uploaded their terms and conditions, then TravelShop Booking's terms and conditions are applicable. By booking a tour, the supplier, operator, and travelers agree to our terms and conditions.

By clicking "Book Now," you are booking the tours provided by that specific supplier. The contract for your travel adventure is established when the supplier accepts your booking. In this scenario, the contract is directly between you, the traveler and the supplier. If you are an operator, then the contract is between the operator, and the supplier. TravelShop Booking saves the contract text and your booking data to manage the contractual relationship.

When utilizing the TravelShop Booking platform, travelers commit to supplying all necessary personal information promptly, comprehensively, and truthfully. Specifically, travelers need to disclose upfront any circumstances and restrictions that may impact the execution of services by TravelShop Booking and the supplier, such as special needs like food intolerances, restricted mobility, or health conditions.

The Traveler commits to reviewing all contractual documents received through Travelshop Booking's Services, such as travel contracts, booking confirmations, and vouchers, for accuracy and completeness, including spelling errors (e.g., name, date of birth, special travel requirements). Any identified errors must be promptly reported to TravelShop Booking and the Supplier.

Travelers are responsible for notifying TravelShop Booking and tour suppliers during their booking process about any restrictions they may have, such as restricted mobility, pregnancy, or special medical needs.

It is recommended that any complaints be submitted in writing to TravelShop Booking via [email protected]. Failure to report any discrepancies may prejudice the Traveler. However, reporting a discrepancy alone does not impose any legal obligations on TravelShop Booking or the Supplier.

In the event that the Traveler receives payments related to claims for damages or price reductions due to breach of contract, they must promptly inform TravelShop Booking.

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