Spiritual initiatic path  - January 11 to 27, 2025

2 options: 17 days, 16 nights or 6 days, 5 nights

This trip is for you, if you:

Side effects from taking doing the Initiatic path. 

The initiation path is a concept in Theosophy in which human beings are said to pass through different stages or gateways of spiritual development. This process is largely hidden while being under the auspices of the beings that guide this planet, the Masters of Wisdom. 

We will take you through the route that great leaders and later Pharaohs took to accomplish the next step in humanity The Homo Sanctus Luminous. Unearthing the secrets of Ancient Egypt and get to know the vibrant culture of Egypt's most emblematic cities and sights.
The ancient civilizations that founded Egypt and most Pharaohs believed that Nile played an important part in this path. The Nile represents life; being so ancient, yet so young and rejuvenating. They also believed that the Nile represents the vertebral column of Africa, without it humanity would have never survived. 

17 day itinerary at a glance 

*Extra days before and after available at a discounted price.


The process of doing the Initiation path for enlightenment, starts at the root chackra at Philae and working their way north to the soul star at Giza. This journey used to take years, learning specific lessons, and fine tuning the body's energy points (chackras) in order to achieve this mastery of becoming enlightened. Temples are houses for the gods to whom they were dedicated. These services and rituals were seen as necessary for the gods to uphold Ma’at—the divine order of the universe.

Egyptians created neters or animal gods whose traits embodied the personalities of the chackra system. For those struggling to master the world within themselves, then a stroll beside the river may have inspired fresh insights. 

Another reason for this path is to achieve unconditional love, reliving the path Isis took. According to Egyptian legend, Isis took a boat and gathered the fragments of Osiris’s body, and built a temple wherever she found one.

So the most profound difference between ancient and modern man was that our ancestors considered themselves part of the animal kingdom—not separate from it. The true process of enlightenment then, meant recognizing the animal spirits (Neters) of the world around us as a reflection of our inner natures.

$7,776.66* USD

The price includes: 

*the rate is based on double occupancy, it's an additional $1990 for single occupancy. 

Not included in the price, however we can help upon request: 

Consider the following: 

To register

A minimum of 10% ($777.00) is required to reserve your place. 

Full payment is due by November 15th. 

If booking by June 1st, 2024, you can pay the rest in 14 biweekly installments of $500.00 USD (aprox. depending on the amount of deposit) 

If you would like to get more information, please fill out the form below so you can be part of our group and be added to the private Facebook and WhatsApp groups where we will be sharing more details, and tips about this trip.  

Agreement to Terms and Conditions

DEPOSIT AND PAYMENTS: A non-refundable deposit of $777.00 per person will be required at the time of booking. The deposit can be made using a credit card. Final payment will be due 60 days prior to departure from your place of origin. Reservations made within 30 days of departure date will require full and final payment immediately upon reserving. No space is guaranteed until final deposit is received. Any additional fees charged by the bank or credit cards when making the payments are the responsibility of the participant. 

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS: Cancellation should be received in a written document via email, preceded by a phone call to either of the hosts. Due to high preparation costs, cancellations must be received in writing.
Fair Cancellation Fees: In case you cancel your trip, the following charges will be applied:
- From the date of booking until 61 days before your arrival date, 25% of the entire tour price will be charged.
- 50% of the tour price if you cancel 60-31 days before arrival.
- 75% of the tour price if you cancel 30-15 days before arrival.
- 100% of the tour price if you cancel 14-1 days before arrival.
Additionally, airlines charge their fees which are subject to the airlines' terms and conditions, and there's also a 5% bank fee on refunds.

 This itinerary is subject to changes in order to adapt to possible alterations in domestic flight times or other unforeseen circumstances. The content will remain the same, barring any unanticipated complications, and will include many delightful surprises.

INSURANCE: Travel Insurance is strongly recommended. 

 WAIVER OF RESPONSIBILITY: By signing up, you agree to our terms, deposit conditions and waiver. Hosts  and our Tour Facilitators have worked diligently to make all of the arrangements for our journey together in Egypt; however, the hosts, its agents and  tour facilitators will not be held liable for delays, theft, damage, injury, or any other irregularities that may occur during the course of the journey. We will not be held liable for any changes or delays in airline schedules or missed connections; injury, loss, or damage to persons or property; additional expenses resulting from changes in exchange rates, tariffs, or itinerary; any transportation issues or problems with vehicles utilized on the tour; additional expenses incurred due to illness, weather conditions, protests, war, terrorism, quarantine, or other causes; and losses due to cancellations not subject to our terms and conditions.

This agreement will be in effect at the time of reserving. We will send you a formal copy of this agreement for you to sign. Please return it with a copy of your valid passport, and travel itinerary. Participant is responsible for making sure to have all the appropriate documentation in order with plenty of time before departure.

Frequently Asked Questions

What documents are required to travel? 

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Do I need a visa and passport to travel to Egypt?

Citizens of countries in North America are required to obtain a visa prior to entry. Typically a renewable 30-day visa will be issued. Obtaining a visa upon arrival at Cairo International Airport is also possible. A valid passport is mandatory. Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond the date you expect to leave Egypt.
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When is the last payment due?

The total amount should be paid no later than February 28th, 2024

What language is spoken in Egypt?

Egyptian Arabic is the official and most widely spoken language in Egypt. English is taught in schools and is considered a secondary language that is most commonly used for tourism purposes. Spanish and French are also widely spoken in tourist areas. 

What currency is used in Egypt?

The official currency of Egypt is the Egyptian Pound. Credit cards are accepted at most hotels, restaurants and upscale shops. There are also ATMs available at hotels and outside major banks dispensing local currency. 

When is the best time to travel to Egypt?

The best time to visit Egypt would be during the winter months, from October to April. The temperatures are mild and pleasant, although evenings can become quite cool. December through January are the peak tourist months so expect large crowds if travelling at this time. The best time to enjoy the beaches, without having to endure the large crowds of summer tourists, would be from March to May. Temperatures at this time are warm and tourist sites are not too crowded.

Is Egypt a family-friendly destination?

Egypt is most definitely a good place to visit on a family vacation. It offers a number of museums where you can view ancient Egyptian artifacts and many more pieces representative of Egyptian history. Ancient tombs, temples, and pyramids are generally accessible to all ages. If looking to relax, Egypt also offers a number of beaches, ideal for rounding off your Egypt family vacation.

What should I wear?

April was chose for our trip as the best times to travel to Egypt are from October to April, the climate is nicer.  Light fabrics like linen, cotton and athletic gear made to take the heat are best. Always bring a light scarf or something to cover sleeveless shirts and the head in case the winds are strong.  You will also find appropriate dress with the vendors everywhere. Although we procure shaded areas during the tours, sunscreen and a hat for the sun are strongly recommended.

That said, Spring (March to May) and Summer (June to August) Egypt's temperatures can reach up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit or the high 30s in Celsius in the summer, so it's important to make sure that you're wearing loose-fitting clothing made of fabrics like linen and cotton which are best to take the heat.

What about the food?

The food in Egypt is very fresh, and is regularly very safe to consume. We will be staying at the tourist places so most food will be something that the American consumer will find delicious.  Please make sure to let us know ahead of time if you have any dietary restrictions. 

What vaccinations are required or suggested for travel to Egypt?

There are no compulsory vaccinations required for Egypt, however, we recommend you consult with your local travel clinic for the most up-to-date recommendations, particularly in regards to malaria prophylactics. Proof of yellow fever vaccination is required if you are coming from or have transited through an airport of a country where yellow fever occurs. Proof of vaccination is also required for travellers coming from or having transited through Eritrea, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania, and Zambia.