2019 Consolidated Tours
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2019 Consolidated Tours

It has been the dream of every Christian and believer to see the Land of the Bible. It is a dream which turns into reality now with the modern and rapid means of transportation. Our tours are presented in a belief that they are spiritually enriching as well as giving one the chance to explore new countries with such an abundance of ancient and modern history, religion and cherished cities; especially the Land of the Bible.
Our Tours are planned to explore the spiritual Capital of the World and the center of monotheism; the areas where Jesus was born, where He spent His childhood, where He started is Ministry, and where He was crucified to save mankind.
CTO, Inc., along with Rev. C. Moore, through every possible effort, plans each journey for your maximum comfort. We assure you the best service, for service is our business and your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Tour Planned and Operated by:
CONSOLIDATED TOURS ORG. INC
1675 Virginia Avenue, Suite 200
Atlanta, Georgia 30337-2845
Tel: 1-800-554-4556 or 404-767-2727 Fax: 404-766-4520
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AIR TRANSPORTATION

Economy class jet connecting IATA and ATC carriers. Airfare is based on SUPER APEX 6-21 days plus domestic add-on fares where applicable.

BAGGAGE

Limited to one normal size suitcase, the weight of which should not exceed 50 pounds. Flight bags, cosmetic bags, briefcases, and camera cases remain in the personal care of tour members and are not included in the 50 pounds.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

Superior First Class Hotels, two persons sharing a twin bedroom with private bath.
A limited number of single rooms are available at $750.00 supplemental cost. Confirmation required before departure.

MEALS PER DAY

Israeli breakfast and dinner daily

SIGHTSEEING

As detailed in the itinerary, using comfortable and convenient transportation. English speaking government licensed guide. All entrance fees are included when applicable to specified sites.

TIPS

Tips associated with porterage at the hotels, meal gratuities, GUIDES and DRIVERS rendering services TOTALING $100.00 are included.

TAXES

Service charges as imposed by lodging facilities, taxes by local administrations and government authorities on lodging are included on all services rendered to the group. Airport taxes, and fuel surcharge totaling $750.00 are included in the price of the tour and are subject to change without prior notice. You will be billed for this amount in your final invoice.

THE TOUR PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

Expense of passports, laundry, wines, liquors, mineral water, lunches and after supper coffee or tea or items not found on the menu, excessive baggage expenses, and all items of a personal nature, plus those not listed as being included in the tour price.

BOOKING AND CONDITIONS

Deposit and payment. A deposit of $300.00 per person is required at the time of booking. Final payment must be made no later than 60 days prior to departure.

CANCELLATIONS

Cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations made up to 60 days prior to departure, refunds will be made less $100.00 per person administrative fee. Cancellations made 59-35 days prior to departure will be subject · to $300.00 per person administrative fee. Cancellations received 35 days or less prior to departure have to pay a charge equivalent to 75% of the cost of the basic tour from the Gateway City. NO SHOW NO REFUNDS. Cancellation charges with medical reasons certified by a hospital and accepted by the airlines and suppliers will only be made based on refunds from suppliers and less $300.00 per person administrative fee. TRAVEL PROTECTION IS IDGHLY SUGGESTED. No refunds for services or sightseeing rendered and not used by tour members.

Consolidated Tours Org. Inc. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL, withdraw or change the tour in whole or in part at any time in the event a change is deemed necessary by CTO, Inc. The sole obligation of CTO, Inc. is to refund payments received in connection herewith if not acceptable to tour members.

RESPONSIBILITY

Consolidated Tours Org. Inc. (CTO), and their Agents assume no liability or responsibility for any injuries or loss of property, accident, delay, changes in schedule or itinerary or incidental damages, occasioned by circumstances beyond the control of CTO, Inc. or by any person or reason whatsoever, including but not limited to default or omission of and by any third party providing services or facilities related to or included in this tour or any part thereof or in arranging for same. The IA TA carriers, steamship firms and other transportation companies whose services are featured in these tours are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time the passengers are not on board their respective conveyance. The passage contract in use by these companies, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the companies and the purchaser of these tours and/or passenger and CTO, Inc. assumes no liability or responsibility in connection therewith.

REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVEL

PASSPORT - American citizens traveling abroad must have a valid passport. Apply at your nearest passport office or clerk of superior court immediately. Non-American citizens need to check with CTO for requirements.
VISA: ISRAEL - None
VACCINATION: None at this time

ITINERARY

DAY 01: BEGINNING OUR EXPLORING TOUR
Depart Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport service to Tel Aviv.

DAY 02: INTO THE LAND OF THE BIBLE
Arrive in Tel Aviv. Our agent will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.

DAY 03: ALL THE PAST YEARS WITH HISTORY
Drive to Caesarea to visit the ruins of the Crusader's City. Visit the Roman Theater, continue to Haifa and see Elijah's Cave and enjoy the view of the city from Mt. Carmel. Continue to Megiddo, Annageddon, a very important strategic point on the Via Maris connecting Egypt and Damascus. Proceed to Nazareth to visit Mary's Well and the Church of the Annunciation, built in 1960-68 enclosing the crypt, which is one of the largest Christian sanctuaries in the Middle East. Drive to Cana to visit the site where the first miracle took place. Proceed to your hotel on the shores of the Sea of Galilee for dinner and overnight.

DAY 04: GALILEE & UPPER GALILEE
This morning board a boat on the calm surface of the sea, cruising toward Capernaum. Upon landing, visit the site where Jesus started his Ministry, the house of Peter and the Synagogue where Jesus was teaching. Continue to Tabgha, the site of the multiplication of Loaves and Fish. See the 4th century mosaics. Drive to the top of the Mount of Beatitudes overlooking the Sea and surrounding area. In the afternoon drive to the Golan Heights in Upper Galilee. Visit the Sources of the Jordan River. Caesarea Philippi at the Banias, view Tel Dan. Return to the exit of the Jordan River from the Sea of Galilee where a Baptismal Service can be arranged. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 05: ALONE THE JORDAN VALLEY
Tiberias and drive to Beit Shean, a historic city. During the reign of Saul, the city was occupied by the Philistines. Excavations have uncovered eighteen layers of habitation in Beit Shean. The Roman Amphitheater is the best preserved in Israel. Proceed along the Jordan Valley to Jericho and Tel El Sultan, ruins of one of the oldest cities in the world. View the Mount of Temptation, where Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights. Visit Elisha's Fountain before continuing to Jerusalem to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 06: THE MOUNTAINS OF JERUSALEM AND
BETHLEHEM Drive to the Mount of Olives with its outstanding view of the city. Visit the Chapel of Ascension, Church of Pater Noster, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of All Nations. View the Kidron Valley. Drive to Bethlehem for a visit to the Church of Nativity, visit the Shepherd's Fields and the Fields of Boaz and Ruth. Visit the House of Caiaphas before you return to your hotel for dinner.

DAY 07: JERUSALEM/QUMRAN/MASADA
This morning drive into the wilderness of Judea to visit Qumran, the site where the Scrolls of the Dead Sea were found by a shepherd boy. Continue on a beautiful new road that takes you along the shores of the Dead Sea to Ein Gedi where a precipitous cliff, filled with caves, rises some 2,000 feet and enough time is provided to visit the Waterfalls of Ein Gedi. Proceed for a visit to the Dead Sea where time is allowed for a swim. Continue on to Masada where the Zealots held the last foothold before they sacrificed their lives for their liberties. The ruins of the Roman Camps are still surrounding the fortress and the ruins speak for the visitors about the Glory of Masada and of Herod's works. Walk down the roman ramp to meet your bus and drive through the Eastern Negev to Arad and Beer Sheva to the Valley of Elah to hear the story of David and Goliath. See the place where Goliath was killed. Stop at Emmaus where Jesus appeared to two of his disciples after His resurrection. Continue to the Village of Latnm known as the home of one of the thieves who was crucified with our ·Lord Jesus Chris. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 08: NEW JERUSALEM
Knesset or the House of Parliament. Visit the Shrine of the Book enclosing the Scrolls of the Dead Sea. Visit the model of Jerusalem as it was laid out at the time of Christ. An afternoon drive to proceed to visit Mount Zion, the site where Jesus accomplished His Ministry. Visit the room of the Last Supper. Visit the Tomb of King David. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 09: JERUSALEM, THE HOLY CITY
Visit the Garden Tomb and Gordon's Calvary, the site where Jesus was crucified, buried, and resurrected. A service can be arranged at the Garden Tomb. Proceed towards the city walls build by Sulieman the Magnificent enclosing the most Holy site. Walk into the old city through Damascus Gate and through the picturesque colorful bazaars to the superb Temple Area, where Solomon's Temple was built on Mount Mariah. Visit the Dome of the Rock enclosing the Rock of Sacrifice; the Mosque o Al Aksa, further south, the Pinnacle of the Temple and the Western Wall or the Wailing Wall. In the afternoon, start at Saint Stephen's Gate and back into the Old City to visit the Church of Saint Anne, the Pool of Bethesda, the Lithostrotos, Pilate's Judgment Hall and walk on the Via Dolorosa leading us to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Walk through the bazaars to the Citadel and take the bus from Jaffa Gate. Return to your hotel for dinner. After dinner transfer to the airport for your return fight to Atlanta.

DAY 10: TEL AVIV/ATLANTA
Arrival in the morning local time at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Tour Planned and Operated by:
CONSOLIDATED TOURS ORG. INC
1675 Virginia Avenue, Suite 200
Atlanta, Georgia 30337-2845
Tel: 1-800-554-4556 or 404-767-2727 Fax: 404-766-4520
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AIR TRANSPORTATION

Economy class jet connecting IATA and ATC carriers. Airfare is based on SUPER APEX 6-21 days plus domestic add-on fares where applicable. Airfares are based on September 2017 rates and are subject to change without prior notice.

BAGGAGE

Limited to one normal size suitcase. the weight of which should not exceed 50 pounds. Flight bags. cosmetic bags, briefcases, and camera cases remain in the personal care of tour members and are not included in the 50 pounds.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

Superior First Class Hotels; two persons sharing a twin bedroom with private bath.
A limited number of single rooms are available at $900.00 supplemental cost. Confirmation required before departure.

MEALS PER DAY

Full breakfast and dinner daily.

SIGHTSEEING

As detailed in the itinerary, using comfortable and convenient transportation. English speaking government licensed guide. All entrance fees are included when applicable to specified sites.

TIPS

Tips associated with po11erage at the hotels, meal gratuities. GUIDES and DRIVERS rendering services totaling $125.00 are included.

TAXES

Service charges as imposed by lodging facilities. taxes by local administrations and government authorities on lodging are included on all services rendered to the group. Airport taxes, fuel surcharge and international border taxes where applicable abroad totaling $400.00 are included in the price of the tour and subject to change without prior notice; passengers will be billed for the difference if any at the time of travel.

THE TOUR PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

: Expense of passports, visa fees, laundry, wines, liquors, mineral water, lunches and after supper coffee or tea or items not found on the menu, excessive baggage expenses, and all items of a personal nature, plus those not listed as being included in the tour price.

BOOKING AND CONDITIONS

Deposit and payment. A deposit of $300.00 per person is required at the time of booking. Final payment must be made no later than 60 days prior to depa11ure.
Payments received after the dead line date will be subject to $50.00 administrative fee. CTO reserves the right to cancel any passenger NOT paid in full 60 days prior to departure. Reinstatement of a passenger is considered a last minute booking.
Last minute booking will have to pay the applicable airfare at the time of booking and $150.00 to cover administrative cost.

CANCELLATIONS

Cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations made up to 90 days prior to departure, refunds will be made less $ I 00.00 per person administrative fee. Cancellations made 89-36 days prior to departure will be subject to $300.00 per person administrative fee. Cancellations received 35 days or less prior to departure have to pay a charge equivalent to 75% of the cost of the basic tour from the Gateway City. NO SHOW NO REFUND. Cancellation charges with medical reasons certified by a hospital and accepted by the airlines and suppliers will only be made based on refunds from suppliers and less $300.00 per person administrative fee. TRAVEL PROTECTION IS HIGHLY SUGGESTED. No refunds for services or sightseeing rendered and not used by tour members. In the event departure does not reach the minimum required number prior to departure.

Consolidated Tours Org. Inc. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL, withdraw or change the tour in whole or in part at any time in the event a change is deemed necessary by CTO, Inc. The sole obligation of CTO, Inc. is to refund payments received in connection herewith if not acceptable to tour members.

RESPONSIBILITY

Consolidated Tours Org. Inc. (CTO) and their Agents assume no liability or responsibility for any injuries or loss of property, accident, delay, changes in schedule or itinerary or incidental damages, occasioned by circumstances beyond the control of CTO, Inc. or by any person or reason whatsoever, including but not limited to default or omission of and by any third party providing services or facilities related to or included in this tour or any part thereof or in arranging for same. The IA TA carriers, steamship firms and other transportation companies whose services are featured in these tours are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time the passengers are not on board their respective conveyance. The passage contract in use by these companies, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the companies and the purchaser of these tours and/or passenger and CTO, Inc. assumes no liability or responsibility in connection therewith.
NOTE: To eliminate constant tipping by individual tour members after each meal and bus tour, etc., we have included the tips in the selling price. Saving time and confusion over when and how much to tip. Departure and airport taxes are included in the selling price

PARTICIPATING AIR CARRIERS

The services of any IATA and/or ATC air carrier may be used for the air portion of these tours.
NOTE: Tour conditions and airfares subject to governmental. IATA, A TC, and airline regulation requirements in effect at the date of and during the tour.
NOTE: Itinerary subject to variance contingent upon religious holidays, the weather and other factors. All sites indicated will be visited, but not necessarily in sequence shown.

REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVEL

PASSPORT - American citizens traveling abroad must have a valid passport. Apply at your nearest passport office or clerk of superior court immediately. Non-American citizens need to check with CTO for requirements.
VISA: ITALY - None.
VACCINATION: None at this time.

ITINERARY

Oct 23: DEPARTURE Depart Atlanta jet service to Yen ice. Dinner and breakfast will be served on board.

Oct 24: VENICE
Upon arrival in the morning local time, we will be met by our escort and transferred to our hotel. Balance of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Oct 25: VENICE
After breakfast. enjoy a city tour of Venice including The Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge Ca'Doro. San Marco Basilica. Doges' Palace, the bridge of Sighs. and Murano Glass. Dinner and overnight.

Oct 26: VENICE/FLORENCE
After breakfast enjoy few hours for your personal shopping before we depart for Florence via Ravenna. stopping to sec the world famous 5 l century Byzantine Mosaics at San Vitale. Then on to Florence for dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Oct 27: FLORENCE/SIENA
After breakfast. we will visit the cradle of the Renaissance. home of Michelangelo, Dante and the Medicis. Florence is overwhelming in its wealth of art. history and culture: it has its own special ambience and is one of the most pleasant cities to visit in Italy. Today we will explore the magnificent Duomo with its Baptiste1y and Tower. the Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace). and the Uffizi Gallery. Depa11 Florence to visit Siena. This gentle medieval city with its spectacular Gothic buildings on three hills is fortified with walls and ramparts of reddish-brown. Romantic --almost unreal-like a Hollywood movie set. The tour will include the Piazza Del Campo, a magnificent shell-shaped slanting piazza where the famous Palio is held twice yearly, considered Italy's most spectacular festival. Visit the Cathedral, unique with its black and white striped facade. Return to Florence for dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Oct 28: FLORENCE/ROME
After Breakfast visit the Medici Chapel Esruscan Museum, Pitti Palace; Ponte Vecchio; and Santa Croce (Holy Cross Church) where Michelangelo is buried. Overlooking the city, the Piazzale Michelangelo offers a breathtaking view of the whole area. Drive this afternoon to Rome. Transfer to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Oct 29: ROME
After breakfast, this morning enjoy a city sightseeing tour of Rome. Visit the Spanish Steps, descending, we arrive at Fontana de Trevi, (Three Fountains), a good spot for an early Cappuchino break. Trevi is Rome's largest fountain continue to the Roman Fornm, the Coliseum, Hadrians Arch, St. Paul Outside the Walls, and the Catacombs, where early Christians he Id their forbidden services and buried their dead. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Oct 30: THE VATICAN
After breakfast, this morning visit St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, among the many treasures of the Vatican Museum, the frescoes of the Sistine ChapeI offer an unparalleled experience. In the recent times. archeological excavations under St. Peter's have uncovered evidence supporting the historical tradition honoring the site as the place St. Peter was buried after his martyrdom in 64 AD. Balance of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Oct 31: ROME/POMPEII/HERCULANEUM
After breakfast. we will go south near the ancient Apian Way through the rolling Compagna (countryside) one arrives at beautiful Naples. Buried in the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompei offers a unique and fascinating insight into the daily life, customs passions and vices of the Ancient Romans. Nearby the same eruption buried the city of Herculaneum which we will explore also. Completing the afternoon we drive to Sorrento along the Amalti Coast then transfer to our hotel in Sorrento for dinner and overnight.

Nov I: CAPRI
After breakfast. embark to Capri. If the tides and weather permit, we will visit the Blue Grotto. We stop at Piazza Unbe1to I. also known as the legendary "Piazzetta". White columned terrace of the funicular railway opens out on to a fabulous view of Monte Solaro. The Piazzetta is the center of the island of Capri for tourists and locals alike. All those arriving in Capri pass through the narrow passages left between the tables outside the various bars. where the locals meet for lunch or simply to chat, guaranteed a little privacy by the umbrellas supposedly used to protect customers from the sun. The town hall is on one side of the Piazzetta, opposite a lot of steps. In the courtyard of the town hall the trunk of a column and a fragment of a circular marble base. discovered in the I 920's during the construction of the port, probably belonged to the ViIla Augustea of Palazzo a Marc. Enjoy the day at the Piazzetta. In the late afternoon, return to hotel in Sorrento for dinner and overnight.

Nov 2: DAY AT LEISURE
After breakfast, enjoy the day. Relax, wander about on your own. Dinner and overnight in Sorrento.

Nov 3: NAPLES/ATLANTA
Transfer to the airport in Naples for our flight to Atlanta.