Travel News

Looking for a long-range plan of tours? Here is ours. Now it is time to make your plans for an upcoming vacation. Even though some of the following tours are a year or more into the future, please call if you have interest. Some tours already have lists of interested participants; also, some have limited numbers of participants so it’s important to give a tentative indication early. If your name is on a specific tour list, we’ll send you updates on prices and itineraries first.

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  • February - Winter Mystery
  • February - Sweetheart Mystery
  • March - Texas/Louisiana
  • April - New York City
  • April - Ireland
  • June - Alaska
  • August - Iceland
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  • August - Summer Mystery
  • September - Utah Rocks
  • October - East Coast Highlights
  • October - Wash. D.C.
  • November - Branson
  • November - Chicago shopping
  • December - Mexico All-Inclusive

Tentative 2019

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  • January - Hawaii
  • February - Winter Mystery
  • February - Sweetheart Mystery
  • March - Arizona Spring Training
  • April - Spain & Portugal
  • May - Yellowstone/Grand Tetons
  • June - Alaska
  • June - LWMS
  • July - Summer Mystery Tour
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  • August - Pacific Northwest
  • August/September - Australia
  • October - Fall in New England
  • November - Chicago Shopping
  • November - Branson
  • December - Christmas in Nashville

Tentative 2020

  • January - Florida
  • February - Winter Mystery
  • February - Sweetheart Mystery
  • March - Southeast Splendor
  • April - Sweet Home Alabama
  • May - Midwest Presidents
  • June - Alaska
  • June - LWMS Convention
  • July - Germany/Passion Play
  • August - Summer Mystery
  • August - Canadian Rockies
  • September - Northern California
  • October - Pure Michigan
  • October - Creation Museum/Ark
  • November - Branson
  • December - Christmas in Nashville

TSA Flying Guidelines

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Packing your carry-on luggage for a flight just got easier, if you know the rules. The new TSA guidelines brochure is called 3-1-1.
“3” - In the 3-1-1 brochure, the “3” represents three ounces or smaller containers of liquid or gel. Larger containers that are half-full or larger toothpaste tubes rolled up are not allowed. Any container that is bigger than three ounces is permitted in your checked luggage, but not in your carry-on luggage.
“1” - The first “1” in the 3-1-1- brochure represents a one-quart bag. All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in three-ounce or smaller containers and all these containers must be placed in a quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag.
“1” - The final “1” in the 3-1-1 brochure means only one one-quart-sized bag. Each traveler must remove his/her quart-sized plastic, zip-top bag from the carry-on and place it in a bin or on the conveyor belt for X-ray screening.
Travelers who follow the rules zip through security checks and lighten their loads.

Gift Certificates Available

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Gift certificates for travel make great gifts anytime. To purchase a gift certificate, send in payment for the amount of the gift certificate. Also, please include the name(s) of the recipient(s) and also the name(s) of the gift-givers.

Send to Tom’s Christian Tours, 212 Broadway Drive, Sun Prairie, WI 53590.


"Oh, what a wondrous trip!...Your care of and attention to our group is outstanding!" - G & A "Thanks for all the memories we made on the trip. You were very hospitable and the trip was very organized." - D & J

"Top reasons I like Tom's Christian Tours:
5. Pick a spot - somebody else does all the planning!
4. Fantastic restaurants EVERY DAY!
3. Somebody else does the driving. While you enjoy the scenery.
2. The tour directors are kind, nice, polite and knowledgeable.
1. Everyday on tour is a day that we heard about God's grace and love for us. Including worship at a church on Sunday morning!
Highly recommend TCT for your future trip!
" - S.R