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The last two years have had a massive impact on Betheltours Ltd, not only due to the unavoidable suspension of all trips due to the pandemic but also as a result of legislatorial changes that could affect whether and how we continue to operate our weekend trips. Currently, no decision has yet been taken on the future of Betheltours Ltd but we can confirm that we will not be operating any weekend trips for the remainder of 2022.

Don't forget that Betheltours Ltd only provide additional services (such as accommodation, transport, museum tours and excursions) to support groups who plan to visit Bethel, but the actual tours of Bethel itself are completely free and can be booked directly on the Bethel Tours pages of jw.org as soon as they become available again.

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Who Are We?

These Bethel trips are organised by a team of Jehovah's Witnesses who are all trained guides (to learn more about the guides see the Meet Your Guides page.

Please note that these are non-commercial theocratic guided tours, benefiting from experience gained in many trips at various locations around the globe. It started as a satisfying hobby, which we know is of significant benefit to all who join us. We are not tour operators; we are merely accepting your kind invitation to organise your congregation or group trip, making massive savings in doing so. Your trip coordinator will normally pay the agreed coach cost direct to the coach company, as part of your fare.

A detailed itinerary will be agreed easily with your local elders, and your local trip coordinator will only be responsible for collecting names and payments.

Various small assignments are made within the group to look after days-text, WT summary, and captaining the separate groups when we split up into smaller groups at Museums. Some congregations count the attendance at the trip WT Summary Meeting (usually held at 5pm on Sunday) as an additional meeting of the congregation.