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Is Egypt on your bucket list?

Come with us as we explore the mysteries of ancient Egypt and connect with her incredible energies.

This is your chance to experience Egypt with a group of like-minded spiritual travelers, visiting sacred places the typical tourist never sees.

Our focus is on creating spiritual awakenings and initiations, but the practical details of the trip are all first-rate: five star accommodations, amazing ceremonies, the very best that Egypt offers.

Feel safe and secure with people who really know Egypt – Guardian Travel and your intrepid Tour Leader, (and founder of Sedona Soul Adventures) Debra Stangl – this is Debra’s 20th trip to Egypt!

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“Mysterious Egypt”

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Journey With Us As We Experience:

  • ​The Great Pyramid (with 2 hours of private time just for our group)

  • The Sphinx

  • ​Valley of the Kings, plus special tickets for the Tomb and Mummy of King Tut and Seti I
  • Valley of the Queens, plus special ticket for the Tomb of Queen Nefertari

  • ​Karnak

  • Temple of Abydos

  • Abu Simbel (the largest statues in the world)

  • Temple of Hatsepshut

  • Hathor Temple at Dendara

  • Isis Temple at Philae

  • ​Horus Temple at Edfu
  • Temple of Kom Ombo

  • 5-day Nile cruise (on our 5-star ship)

  • Travel with other like-minded adventurers
  • Great Pyramid (with 2 hours of private time just for our group)
  • Sphinx
  • Karnak
  • Temple of Abydos
  • Abu Simbel (the largest statues in the world)
  • Temple of Abydos
  • Hathor Temple at Dendara
  • Isis Temple at Philae
  • Horus Temple at Edfu
  • 5-day Nile cruise (on a 5-star ship)
  • Cairo Museum (see the treasures of King Tut)

This is truly the trip of a lifetime (read our Testimonials
with every detail taken care of for you.

  • Round trip air JFK-Cairo, plus 3 flights within Egypt
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner daily
  • 5- star hotels
  • 5- day/5- star Nile cruise
  • All transportation within Egypt
  • Entrance fees to all sites, museums, exhibits, etc.
  • Egyptian Egyptologist (who reads hieroglyphics!)
  • Tips for hotel and wait staff
  • Visa (for US & Canadian citizens) Read more
  • Travel insurance (not trip cancellation insurance)
  • Single Private room $1250 (subject to availability)
  • Pyramid view 5 nights in Cairo $125-Double/$250 Single (subject to availability)

Final Balance due December 12, 2018

"I have never had a trip that was such a complete experience; mind, body, heart and soul. I really felt myself open to the deep quiet of Egypt and somehow, it changed my life."

– Jane Schafer

Frequently Asked Questions

After you place your deposit, we’ll send you my 20-page “Travel Tips for Egypt,” which I’ve produced over the years. It answers every question you might have about Egypt (indexed by topic so you can find answers very quickly), but here are some of the basics you will want to know.

Do I need a passport?

You will need a passport that is valid for 6 months after the end of your trip (September 2, 2020). You will need at least 2 empty pages in your passport.

Do I need a visa?

You will need a visa to travel in Egypt, but Guardian Travel handles all that for us, if you are an American or Canadian citizen. If you have a passport from another country, please let us know as soon as possible so that necessary visa arrangements can be made. 

Do I Need any Vaccinations? 

None needed.

How do we get to Egypt and get around in Egypt?

We will meet in New York (JFK) on Monday, February 17, 2020 and fly non-stop overnight to Cairo. You are welcome to arrange your own flights to Cairo, if you prefer (check with us on the price reduction). We’ll have 3 flights within Egypt (Cairo to Luxor, Aswan to Abu Simbel, and Abu Simbel to Cairo). Our 5-day Nile Cruise (on our beautiful 5-star cruise ship!) travels from Luxor to Aswan.

What’s the Weather Like?

Since 2010, we’ve always gone to Egypt the last 2 weeks of February, because the weather is perfect! I’ve been to Egypt in May (too hot!), October (nice in Cairo, but too hot in Southern Egypt) and discovered that February is perfect, because it’s warm in Cairo (usually 65-70 degrees F) and nice and warm in Southern Egypt (75-80 F) for our 5-day Nile Cruise. Occasionally, there is gentle rain in Cairo and it can be chilly at night, so bring layers.

What do I Wear in Egypt? Do I need to Wear a Head Scarf? No!

When we are on our cruise ship or at the hotels we can wear whatever we want, including shorts. When we go out, it’s important that women do not expose their shoulders or knees. Most people wear slacks or capri pants and t-shirts (as long as they cover the upper arm). The women in the picture (from one of our previous groups) are dressed perfectly. Shorts are not appropriate in public places for either men or women. It is not necessary for women to wear a headscarf in public. Good walking shoes and a hat are a must. Bring a swimsuit for the hotels (our pool in Cairo has the most incredible view of the Pyramids!) and for our Nile cruise ship.

Is the trip physically demanding?

This will be a physically active trip. We will be doing lots of walking every day and some of it will be on sand and rocks. There will be some tombs where we will need to climb up and down steps and when we are inside the Great Pyramid, we will be bent over walking for a few minutes.

Here's a photo of Debra climbing the steps to the King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid.

You don't need to be an Olympic medalist, but being able to walk for a few hours and being a little flexible will be necessary. You also have the choice of not doing everything that the group does, but we don't want anyone to feel left out.

What’s the Food like in Egypt?

The food in Egypt is wonderful and it’s especially fun to sample the local cuisine. 

We’ll have lots of chicken, fish, beef, lamb and lots of fresh vegetables. We recommend eating cooked vegetables until your tummy is acclimated.

The bread that is baked fresh in wood ovens is fantastic! Debra met this beautiful woman in 1995 and has connected with her on all our trips (and her daughter and grandson!).

Vegetarian options are available at all meals. Please let us know if that is your preference. 

Here’s a picture of me getting waffles on the Nile Cruise (they’re fabulous!).

Drinking water and staying hydrated is always important, but especially in the desert, and pure water is readily available. 

Shopping, Money & Bargaining

The exchange rate for the US dollar is an extraordinary 16 to 1, meaning 16 Egyptian pounds per American dollar (16.75 as of July, 2019).

This is a major difference from the past few years when the exchange rate was 3 to 1.

This will make the amazing shopping even more amazing. Egypt is well known for its oils, hand-made carpets, gold and silver jewelry, alabaster and papyrus, and we’ll be taking you to shops that are of the highest quality.

ATMs are available everywhere we go.

Bargaining and haggling are always part of the fun in Egypt. We usually recommend that if you are with a street vendor, start at ½ of the asking price! Of course, our guardians from Guardian Travel will always be with us to make sure we’re not paying too much! Again, it’s part of the fun!

Wifi is available in all the hotels and on the Nile Cruise. There is usually a fee.

We take care of everything 

One of the things that is so wonderful about this trip is that we take care of everything for you. Debra has been taking groups to Egypt each year since 2004 and this trip is perfect! We see all the must see places, we see places the average tourist doesn’t go to, staying in 5-star hotels, our fabulous Nile cruise, wonderful food, traveling with other like-minded adventurers, amazing ceremonies and everyday beautifully planned.

Do You Have More Questions?

If you have any questions and would like to speak with your Tour Leader, Debra Stangl, please call Debra toll-free at (877) 204-3664. For our friends outside the US and Canada, call our direct line, (928) 204-5988.

You can also reach Debra by email at: [email protected]

Or Click Here and Debra will call you - she loves talking about Egypt!

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1: Egypt Here We Come! 

We meet at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York at the Egypt Air counter for international check-in. Please arrive no later than 3:00 p.m. We have a brief orientation to meet all the members of our group, and then learn an ancient meridian energy technique that virtually eliminates jet lag. We board our evening non-stop flight to Cairo, which departs at 6:30 p.m. The flight is 11 hours and it’s wonderful to sleep through the night and almost like magic, arrive in Cairo. Meals and movies are provided on board.

Day 2: Arrive in Cairo 

Finally, we’re here! We arrive in Cairo at 12:00 noon Egypt Local Time. At the airport, representatives from our local tour partners, Guardian Travel, meet us, greet us and assist us through customs and baggage claim, handling our entire luggage. No wrestling with suitcases! Then we board our motor coach and sightsee as we make our way through the hustle and bustle of the city. The weariness of the flight is quickly forgotten as we drink in the sights of downtown Cairo and we marvel as we cross the Nile River for the first time. Almost too quickly, we make our way to the historic and fabulous Mena House Hotel. The views of the Great Pyramid are spectacular. We settle into our rooms, have a wonderful group dinner in the evening and get a good night’s rest so we’re ready for tomorrow.

Mena House Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3: Great Pyramid, Sphinx & Valley Temple, Dinner at the Fayed Home, Sound and Light Show

This will be one of the most amazing days of your life. Right after breakfast, we take the quick jaunt from our hotel to the Giza Plateau. Prepare to be overwhelmed! Words cannot describe the wonder, grandeur and mystery of the Great Pyramid of Khufu as well as the magnificent adjoining pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure. Next, we take in the Solar Boat Museum, the Valley Temple and the Guardian of the Horizons, the Great Sphinx. This is also the day we take a fun camel ride around the Giza Plateau. Coming over the sand dunes and seeing the Great Pyramid in front of you is so thrilling. And we’ll do a special meditation to set our intentions for this amazing soul journey. Finally, for those interested in high quality Egyptian oils, we’ll have a delightful time at the perfume and Egyptian oil shop of the Fayed family, who distribute these amazing oils internationally. We’ll return to the luxurious Mena House tired, but smelling great! This evening, we are the guests of the Fayed family at their home which is literally across the street from the Sphinx. The evening culminates in the famous Sound and Light Show, which we watch from our perfect vantage point.

Mena House Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 4: Egyptian Museum of Antiquities (Cairo Museum), Old Cairo

What an incredible day this will be! We will visit the renowned Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, also known as the Cairo Museum. Established in 1835, the Museum is the official repository of most of the archeological treasures of the Egyptian government from the prehistoric era to the Greco-Roman period. It is the world’s densest concentration of ancient Egyptian artifacts and antiquities. Up close and personal, we get to examine incredible statues, mummies, jewelry and other artifacts. But the most amazing is viewing the famous collection from the tomb of Tutankhamen, an experience you will remember for the rest of your life. After lunch, we’re off to Old Cairo to visit the Citadel, the scene of famous battles during the Crusades. We will then spend time at the incredible Mosque of Mohammed Ali, one of the most beautiful mosques in the Middle East. Later in the day we will wander the narrow streets and alleys of the Khan El Khalili Bazaar and we’ll eat dinner at one of the interesting restaurants in the bazaar.

Mena House Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 5: Step Pyramid

This morning we take a beautiful and relaxing drive into the countryside south of the Giza Plateau to visit the incredible Step Pyramid at Sakkara. The Step Pyramid is considered by traditional Egyptologists to be the earliest, prototypical pyramid. It was designed for Pharaoh Djoser by the mythic figure Imhotep. Imhotep is recognized as the world’s first named architect and doctor as well as a scribe, priest, astrologer, vizier and chief minister. Next is the incredible Serrapium. The ancient Egyptians worshiped the Apis bull, huge animals that were then mummified and the Serrapium contains many of the enormous sarcophogi they were buried in. The Serrapium was closed to the public for many years but it just re-opened and the site and the energy is spectacular, so we’re so excited to be able to include this in our tour. Then, after taking a leisurely lunch and possibly a few puffs on the hookah, we’re off for a visit to a carpet factory and school, seeing the incredible artistry of Egyptian hand-made carpets. Late in the afternoon we head to the airport — we fly to Luxor, home of the Valley of the Kings, for more adventures. We’ll be staying at the beautiful Sonesta St. George, which is located directly on the Nile.

Sonesta St. George Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Day 6: Karnak and Luxor Temple by Night

Today we awaken and marvel that we are eating breakfast overlooking the Nile and in high anticipation of the day. We make our way to the Temple Complex at Karnak, one of the most amazing places in all of Egypt. Although some sections have not survived the ravages of time, no temple site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest temple complex ever built by man, and represents the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders over a span of 2500 (!) years. The Temple of Karnak is actually three main temples containing smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples all situated on 247 acres of land. Our guidance tells us that most if not all of the people on this trip have had many Egyptian lifetimes. If you lived in Egypt, it’s highly likely that during one or more of those lifetimes you visited or lived at Karnak. In the afternoon, after our amazing time here, we will go to a papyrus shop where we learn ancient Egyptian paper making techniques. We’ll experience Egyptian artistry first-hand, and have a chance to purchase incredible Egyptian papyrus. Tonight, we visit the Luxor Temple, built during the reign of Amenhotep III. For many centuries it was covered with the desert sands, so it is now one of the most perfectly preserved and beautiful temples in Egypt. That amazing beauty is highlighted and emphasized even more as we wander under the stars among the massive, dramatically lit columns, statues and obelisks.

Sonesta St. George (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Day 7: Abydos and Dendara

Today we start early, as we make our way north along the Nile to the Temple of Abydos, which many consider the most sacred temple in all of Egypt. At Abydos especially, we will delve into controversial and secret versions of history that our tours are famous for. At this place, Seti I built an unusual temple dedicated to multiple gods. In this temple we get to view some very famous carvings of helicopters, tanks and jet planes. How is that possible? How can there be carvings of helicopters, tanks and jet planes in a temple of ancient Egypt? Pharoah Seti I’s temple was built on top of an earlier temple of very ancient, possibly Atlantean origins, called the Osirion. Located on one of the pillars of the Osirion is the “Flower of Life”, which figures so prominently in the teachings of Drunvalo Melchizedek. After lunch, it’s on to the Hathor Temple of Dendara, dedicated to one of the most beloved of the Egyptian deities, Hathor, Goddess of Love and Beauty. In this Temple we get to examine the famous Zodiac ceiling and the painted carvings of Nut (Goddess of the Night Sky) swallowing the solar disc at night and birthing it again each morning. Also in this temple we get a peek into esoteric Egyptian technology. We’ll be taken to see some very unusual, hidden carvings that appear to depict a kind of electrical device powering an energy tube which looks like a light bulb with serpent filaments! The Hathor Temple is also the first temple of ancient Egypt for which the government has begun an ambitious project of cleaning the walls and ceilings of hundreds and hundreds of years of dirt, soot and smoke. The results have been spectacular and you will not believe the original beautiful colors they have found under the grime. It’s almost as though they were covered all these years just so that we could experience these amazing colors and carvings all these thousands of years later.

Sonesta St. George (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

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Day 8: Valley of the Kings, Tomb of King Tut, Tomb of Seti I, Temple of Hatshepsut

Today is one of the most spectacular days on our amazing journey. We’ll cross the Nile to the Valley of the Kings. New this year we have been able to secure the coveted ticket to the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I, which was closed for many years to the public. A very limited number of people per day are allowed into this magnificent tomb and you are one of the lucky ones! Read More. We also have the special ticket for the tomb of Ramses VI, which contains amazing hieroglyphics and scenes of the afterlife, including one of the most beautiful representations of Nut, the Goddess of the Night Sky.

Next we’ll visit the mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut (the female Pharaoh) and we’ll have a quick photo op at the Colossi of Memnon. Afterwards, we’ll visit an alabaster factory. Egyptian alabaster is known throughout the world over for its incredible beauty. We’ll see how it’s made and have the opportunity to purchase some of our own treasures. We then board our luxurious Nile Cruise Ship, which will be our home for the next five days.

Nile Cruise Ship (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


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The Tomb of Nefertari
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​Day 9: Tomb of Queen Nefertari, Nile Cruise

You are so lucky to be on this tour! Also new this year is our visit to the Tomb of Queen Nefertari. The restoration of this tomb took many years and I believe it is the most beautiful tomb in all of Egypt. This tomb was closed for many years and only a few hundred people are allowed into the tomb each day to protect it. It is spectacular! Read More. Then we return to our ship and our Nile cruise officially begins, as our ship slips our Luxor moorings and heads upstream towards Aswan.

After the amazing time we’ve had and all we’ve seen and done, it’s time to slow down and unwind a bit as we take the rest of the day to refresh and relax as we Cruise the Nile. There are so many possibilities on board. You may want to go topside and snag some rays as you sip a drink by the pool. Maybe you’ll delight in observing the ever changing scenes drifting past along the Nile; the boats, the farms, the villages and the wildlife. Maybe it’s time for some pampering with a massage. Or possibly it’s time to just sit quietly with your journal and remember and integrate the incredible experiences we’ve had so far.

Nile Cruise Ship (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

​Day 10: Temple Complexes at Edfu & Kom Ombo

Today our ship docks at Edfu, home of a Ptolemaic temple dedicated to the falcon god Horus. Of all the surviving temples of ancient Egypt, the Temple of Horus is the most complete and best preserved. It is easy to sense a deep eternal presence in the Holy of Holies, as we focus inward. As our ship continues on the Nile, steaming southward toward our next port of call, we pass another timeless scene. Watching farmers with their oxen plow the fields, and women wash their laundry at the water’s edge, we slip into the timeless rhythms of this vast river of life, and comprehend on a very deep level how abundantly the Nile has nourished her children from time out of mind. Stirring from reverie we notice, as we round the bend, the Temple Complex at Kom Ombo. Dedicated to both Ra-Herakhty and the crocodile god Sobek, this unusual double temple expresses the Egyptians’ understanding of the dual nature of reality. Here we, too, will meditate upon the light and shadow, yin and yang of our own natures. Tonight we’ll have a really fun time at the galabaya party on our cruise ship. It’s your opportunity to walk like an Egyptian!

Nile Cruise Ship (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

​Day 11: Aswan, the Isis Temple, Unfinished Obelisk

Our first day in Aswan opens before us with the promise of new and exotic delights. Aswan has the welcoming, friendly feel of an oasis and indeed, the desert here is close at hand. Unlike Cairo, the air is pure and fresh and the city seems to vibrate with a clarity and intensity that reminds one of Machu Picchu or Sedona. Bright and early this morning we take a small boat to the beautiful Island of Philae, home of a beautiful, magical temple dedicated to Isis, the Great Mother. The energy of the Divine Feminine is very strong here. Plus, this was a temple that was moved to save it from the floods that occurred from the building of the Aswan Dam. The engineering feat is almost unbelievable. Next, we will visit the Unfinished Obelisk and get a sense of the gargantuan engineering feats of the ancient Egyptians. We’ll return to our beautiful Nile cruise ship and have a leisurely lunch. We’ll have a few hours to rest or hang out on the sun deck. Then, we board a felucca, a traditional Nile sailboat. On the felucca ride, you are intensely aware of the tremendous beauty of the moment. The light from the western sun dancing on the sparkling blue waters of the Nile; the bright, clear blue sky; the warm gentle breeze filling the sails; lush, green palms against the desert sand; the rising joy in your heart. It has indeed been a delightful day, filled with promises made and promises kept. And tonight there will be music and dancing on our cruise ship and if we’re lucky, belly dancing!

Nile Cruise Ship (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

​Day 12: Abu Simbel

Today we bid adieu to our floating home on the water, our Nile cruise ship, and the wonderful crew who have fed, feted and pampered us like Pharaonic royalty. Now on our way to Abu Simbel, our plane takes us deep into the southern desert. In the 1960′s, with the building of the Aswan High Dam, rising waters from Lake Nasser threatened to inundate archeological treasures all along the Nile in Upper Egypt. Through an unprecedented international effort, the most important temple, Abu Simbel, and some smaller sites were cut into massive blocks, moved to higher ground and reassembled. As we make our way to the temple site, we are nearly struck dumb by the mind-bending sight. Before us loom four colossal, 67-foot high statues (each the size of a 7-story building) of Ramses II seated on his throne, facing Lake Nasser, guarding the entrance to his temple. Exploring the inside of the temple is amazing. One hundred yards away, built into another hillside, is the Temple of Nefertari, Ramses II’s favorite wife. Six colossal standing figures 33 feet high, four of Ramses II and two of Nefertari, are cut from the rock face, along with smaller figures of the royal family. We spend the rest of our time exploring these astonishing temples and then fly back to Cairo and back to the beautiful Mena House Hotel next to the Pyramids on the Giza Plateau for the astounding conclusion to our journey.

Mena House Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

​Day 13: Private Time in the Great Pyramid, Farewell Dinner

And now the culmination of our journey, what we have all been waiting for. Our private time in the Great Pyramid. We’ll have 2 hours all to ourselves for our ceremonies and meditations. We’ll begin by going to the Queen’s Chamber and doing a special ceremony. Then it’s onto the King’s Chamber, for our ceremony of resurrection and renewal. After that, we’ll go into the Pit for an extraordinary meditation. The ceremonies inside the Great Pyramid are life changing. This evening, we’ll have our Farewell Dinner and we realize our hearts are overflowing with both joy and sadness. Joy for all that we have experienced, learned and become; and sadness because our adventure is drawing to a close. We contemplate all the wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime adventures we have shared in the last two weeks, the lifetime friendships we have formed, and how we have been changed forever by our Return to Egypt.

Mena House Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

​Day 14: Goodbye to Egypt

We awaken early, eat a final breakfast as we gaze at the Pyramids and as a group, make our way to the Cairo airport. After they've helped us through the checking in process, we say goodbye to our Guardian Travel friends – and by now, they really are friends. They have taken such good care of us, done such a wonderful job of organizing and orchestrating our time in Egypt, and shared so much of themselves and their culture with us! At least we have the time on our flight to reminisce, laugh and cry with our dear travel companions. As the plane takes off, and we see the Pyramids and Cairo one last time from the air, silently, secretly we vow to return again. Chasing the sun on its westward arc, we arrive back in New York at 3:30 p.m., tired, happy and content and knowing that our lives have been transformed forever.

Do You Have More Questions?

If you have any questions and would like to speak with your Tour Leader, Debra Stangl, please call Debra toll-free at (877) 204-3664. Or Click Here and Debra will call you - she loves talking about Egypt!

For our friends outside the US and Canada, call our direct line, (928) 204-5988.

You can also reach Debra by email at: [email protected]

All Inclusive Pricing

The price is virtually all inclusive — it includes round trip air to Cairo, 3 flights within Egypt, 5-star hotels, 3 meals each day, 5-day Nile Cruise on a 5-star ship, all transportation, admission to all attractions, guides, tips, travel insurance and more!!! See all the details below.

***EARLY BIRD PRICE: $6795 per person (double occupancy) BOOK BEFORE AUGUST 15, 2019

After August 15 – $6995 per person (double occupancy)

Single Supplement – $1200 (your own room in the hotels and on the Nile cruise)

Pyramid View Room at Mena House Hotel – 5 nights ($50/night): Double – $125 (per person) Single – $250

Double occupancy means the pricing is based on 2 people in each room. If you need a roommate, please let us know, and we will do our best to connect you with another person who needs a roommate. Otherwise, you can do the Single Supplement, which means you have your own private room in the hotels and on the cruise ship.

Balance Due: December 12, 2019

The price includes:

  • ​Round trip coach airfare from New York to Cairo and 3 flights within Egypt**

  • ​All hotels are 5-star

  • ​All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner each day)
  • ​5-star cruise ship (including meals) for our 5 days/4 nights Nile cruise

  • ​​All entrance fees (to Egypt, tombs, temples, museums, etc.), tips to all hotel employees & guards at sites (except for voluntary tips to our Egyptian guide at the end of our visit), bus and boat fares

  • ​The cost of our private group meditation time in the Pyramid

  • ​Our Egyptian guide (who reads hieroglyphics!)

  • ​Your Sedona Soul Adventures guide who will be leading the meditations and ceremonies

  • ​Sound and Light Show at the Pyramid and Sphinx

  • Personal accident and injury insurance (not trip cancellation insurance)

Not included:

  • Transportation to and from New York
  • Beverages, including water

A Risk Free Deposit* of $1000 per person reserves your place on the tour -- Your deposit is fully refundable for the next 7 days (except if the trip begins in less than 60 days). Secure your place and take that time to look at flights, make arrangements at work or with your family, etc....and ensure that no one else takes your spot!

•The balance of the tour price including any additional optional costs (such as Single Supplement and Pyramid view), is due December 12, 2019.

•The prices quoted above are for payment by checks or money orders only. If you are making your risk free deposit by check, please send to:

Sedona Soul Adventures
30 Kayenta Ct., Suite #4
Sedona, AZ 86336
Attn: Egypt

See below if paying by credit card.

Credit Card/Paypal Payments

Because our Egyptian travel partners do not accept credit cards, we must add on the 3% bank fee which we pay for credit cards. We recommend that you pay the balance by check or money order. We do NOT charge credit card processing fees for the $1000 initial risk free deposit; 3% credit card fees will be added to the balance when final payment is made by credit card. Risk free deposit is $1000 per person.

*Prices are subject to change. Price is based on $511 in airfare taxes and fuel surcharges. Significant increases in airfare or taxes or fuel or other costs not within our control may result in higher prices.

**If you would prefer to make your own flight arrangements to and from Cairo, you may do that and Guardian Travel will pick you up at the airport and connect you with the rest of the group. Reduced price of the trip is $5945 (double occupancy-paid by check or money order) prior to August 15, 2019; after August 15, 2019, reduced price is $6145 (double occupancy-paid by check or money order). Be sure to make your travel arrangements so that you arrive in Cairo on February 18, 2020.

Business Class seating on the round trip New York-Cairo flights is available for an additional $2000-$3000, depending upon booking class and date of booking.

Early Arrival rooms at the hotel are available at $250 per night (includes taxes and breakfast).

Cancellation Policies and other Terms and Conditions: Click Here To Review

Do You Have More Questions?

If you have any questions and would like to speak with your Tour Leader, Debra Stangl, please call Debra toll-free at (877) 204-3664. Or Click Here and Debra will call you - she loves talking about Egypt!

For our friends outside the US and Canada, call our direct line, (928) 204-5988.

You can also reach Debra by email at: [email protected]

"I’ve traveled all over the world and I have to say my trip to Egypt with Sedona Soul Adventures was the most incredible experience I’ve ever had. It brought me into self realization and believing in myself. I now know in my heart that everything is possible. Even six months later, I’m still putting together pieces that happened there and applying them in my everyday life and growing every day."

Holly Kaplan


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