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Journey to the Land of Ancient Wisdom

Initiation into an Ancient Egyptian Mystery School

 

October 17 - 29, 2010

 

Tour Leaders: Stephen Mehler has been an independent Egyptologist and researcher for almost 42 years and was the prime student and disciple of Egyptian born Egyptologist, archaeologist, and indigenous wisdom keeper, Abd’El Hakim Awyan (1926-2008) for 16 years. Stephen has authored two books, The Land of Osiris and From Light Into Darkness: The Evolution Of Religion In Ancient Egypt, based on his work and collaboration with Hakim and his over 40 years of research in the area. Stephen is currently Director of Research of both the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association and his own Land Of Osiris Research Project. Read more about Stephen Mehler on our About Your Tour Leaders page.
Dr. Vivian Zaki, Ph.D. has a degree in Archaeology and Tourism with over 15 years experience guiding groups in Egypt. Read more about Stephen Mehler and Vivian Zaki on our About Your Tour Leaders page.


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Tour Summary

Day 1 Arrive Cairo
Day 2 Giza Plateau, Sphinx; Perfumery
Day 3 Dashur & Sakkara
Day 4 Cairo Museum; Fly to Luxor
Day 5 Sekhmet Chapel; Temple of Karnak, Luxor Temple
Day 6 Abydos & Dendera
Day 7 Board Nile Cruise Ship
Day 8 Valley of the Kings; Alabaster Factory; Hatshepsut Temple; Colossi of Memnon
Day 9 Edfu Temple; Kom Ombo; Sail to Aswan
Day 10 Aswan; Temple of Isis at Philae; Unfinished Obelisk & Granite Quarry; Felucca Ride
Day 11 Elephantine Island; Disembark Cruise Ship; Fly to Cairo
Day 12 Old Cairo; Private Entrance into Great Pyramid
Day 13 Depart Cairo

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Detailed Itinerary
 
Day 1 Sun, Oct 17: Arrive in Cairo

Upon clearing immigration and collecting baggage, transfer to our luxurious 5 star hotel near the Great Pyramid and Sphinx and check in. Explore your beautiful surroundings and gaze in awe at the Great Pyramid from the hotel grounds. Believe it. You are really here in this ancient land where the mystery of spirit is palpable. Tonight we will gather for our orientation meeting with Stephen Mehler, and get to know some of our fellow participants on the journey.
(Overnight in Cairo at Mena House Oberoi 
http://www.oberoihotels.com/oberoi_menahouse/index.asp)

 
Day 2 Mon, Oct 18: Giza Plateau; Sphinx; Perfumery (B, D)

Enjoy breakfast and then meet in the lobby ready to depart. This morning we begin our journey with a visit to the Giza Plateau and Sphinx. One of the greatest of the Ancient Mystery Schools was located in Giza, Egypt. Here they taught the great mysteries. Our Egyptologist and guide, Vivian Zaki, will present the accepted academic theories about the pyramids and Stephen Mehler will also introduce the indigenous oral traditions. We will then briefly visit the quarries where much of the limestone was obtained for the pyramids and Stephen will present the alternative research concerning the machining and technology of the ancients. We will be joined by Yousef Awyan, who will offer his insights according to his Father’s tradition.

We will then head out to the desert for an optional camel ride and enjoy a spectacular view of the pyramids for photographs. We will gather again near the majestic Sphinx where Stephen will present the first of many “smoking guns”, a highly precise contoured block of granite. We continue with a visit to the Sphinx Temple and the Sphinx Herself where Stephen will present the indigenous view of the Sphinx as an aspect of the Great Mother.

We then break for lunch at a local restaurant to delight in traditional Egyptian cuisine. Having tantalized our taste buds, we head off to the Thousand and One Night Flower Extract Palace for a beguiling sensory experience. Here at the perfumery, owned by Aly Awyan, a nephew of Stephen’s teacher Hakim, we learn about the ancient Egyptian science and art of Aromatherapy. There will also be an opportunity to go next door and meet with Shahrzad Awyan and learn of her techniques of healing which are very much in tune with ancient Egyptian healing practices. Those who would like private sessions with Shahrzad can discuss this with her at the time

In the early evening we immerse ourselves in a fascinating lecture and presentation with Stephen Mehler, “The Indigenous Tradition of Ancient Egypt”. Stephen will present an overview of the indigenous oral tradition of the wisdom keepers of Egypt, a tradition that differs vastly from the theories of academic Egyptology, as presented in Stephen’s first book, The Land Of Osiris. Stephen will discuss the different theories of the pyramids, Sphinx and the age and knowledge of the ancient civilization known as Khemit, not Egypt. The lecture will then be followed by a delicious Welcome Dinner feast where we will formally introduce ourselves to the group.
(Overnight in Cairo at Mena House Oberoi)

 
Day 3 Tue, Oct 19: Dashur & Sakkara (B, L)

An early start this morning as we head out to Dashur and Sakkara. Dashur is a site where we can view several pyramids, two being among the oldest, largest and best preserved pyramids in all of Egypt. Here we will enter the Red Pyramid, so named after the iron content of the granite (limestone) surface.. It has the second largest base of any pyramid in Egypt and is only slightly smaller than the Great Pyramid at Giza. Inside the pyramid, we experience the unusual acoustics and begin our initiations into the ancient traditions by evoking the sacred sound codes, the key to understanding ancient wisdom and the true functions of the pyramids. Stephen will share with us the indigenous teachings that tell how all true pyramids utilized sound to produce energy. We will be also joined by Shahrzad and Yousef Awyan to help us demonstrate the sound initiations as taught by their father, Hakim.

We then visit the Bent Pyramid, a unique example of an earlier pyramid. We will learn about the many theories which explain why the pyramid was built in this angled fashion.
We will also visit the so-called “Black Pyramid” located at this site.

Taking a break from the midday heat, we head for lunch at one of our favourite local restaurants. We then continue on to Sakkara, where we discover the use of Sound Technology and Healing in Ancient Egypt. This vast, ancient burial ground which features the world's largest Step Pyramid, supposedly built for King Djoser by the ingenious architect, Imhotep, and considered by Egyptologists the oldest of Egypt's pyramids. We explore the site and discover its historical and spiritual offerings and also learn about the sound healings which were once performed by the Egyptian priests and priestesses such as, the Sound Healing Temple which was used to increase the vibratory rate and accelerate higher consciousness of the Initiate. Here we evoke the ancient sound codes for healing and demonstrate the techniques used by the ancients. We then visit the area that Stephen’s teacher, Hakim, labelled “The Hospital”, where the ancient sound healings took place and we will be aided in our initiations by Shahrzad Awyan who is a Master of the ancient sound healing techniques. Stephen will also discuss the famous Step Pyramid and the various structures found on site. This evening you may choose the optional dinner and visit to Khan el Khalili Bazaar.
(Overnight in Cairo at Mena House Oberoi)

 
Day 4 Wed, Oct 20: Cairo Museum; Fly to Luxor (B)

After breakfast, prepare for a morning of magnificent discovery at the amazing Egyptian Museum of Antiquities. This outstanding museum houses an innumerable collection of fine relics and artifacts dating back thousands of years and is home to the most extensive collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. It is impossible to see all that the museum holds in just one day, but we will do our best to take in as much as we can. A highlight of our time here will be the Royal Mummies Room which holds many treasures of Tutankhamun such as, ornate jewellery, alabaster vases, and tools used by the king, the Akhenaten room, and esoteric items not seen by most tourists.

Later, we transfer to the airport for our flight to Luxor. Spend the evening exploring the city independently. Enjoy traditional cuisine at one of the many restaurants, scour the markets for treasures, or gaze at the twinkling nightscape from the banks of the Nile.
(Overnight in Luxor at Sonesta St. George Hotel - http://www.sonesta.com/Luxor/)

 
Day 5 Thu, Oct 21: Sekhmet Chapel; Temple of Karnak, Luxor Temple (B)

This morning we make our first stop at the Sekhmet Chapel to experience a powerful ceremony. Sekhmet, literally means “The Power,” as she represents the Unconditional Love of Mother. Here, we will use the sacred sound codes to connect with Her as an aspect of The Great Mother and ask for Her protection for our journey through life.

We then explore the vast open air museum of the Temple of Karnak complex, one of the largest ancient religious sites in the world, where we will experience the acoustical wonder of the Fallen Obelisk demonstrated by Stephen. Remnants of Sphinxes, which once lined the avenue all the way to the Luxor Temple, still remain. For many centuries, Karnak Temple was the main religious centre of Egypt, with each Pharaoh adding to or altering the complex. It was the main temple for the cult of Amun, but like many other Egyptian temples, other gods and goddesses were worshipped here as well, including Ptah and Sekhmet. The key difference between Karnak and many other temples and sites in Egypt is the length of time over which it was developed and utilized. Approximately 30 Pharaohs contributed to the buildings, enabling it to reach a size, complexity and diversity not seen elsewhere. Here Initiates learned how spiritual forces and all energy and consciousness could be brought to manifestation in the physical world.

Enjoy some time independently this afternoon for a lunch break; check out the amazing souk for some shopping, take a carriage ride, or stroll along the Nile, or take an optional trip to the Luxor Museum with Stephen (approx. 80LE/$15, payable locally).

In early evening we gather together once more and continue on to the Luxor Temple, an impressive representation of Sacred Geometry at its best. The Temple, beautiful under the Stars, exhibits proportions which show a comprehension of the link between so-called cosmic realms and the terrestrial nature, including alchemy, physics, mathematics, geometry, art, astronomy, and symbolism. The Temples were also encoded with practical, physical and spiritual lessons.
(Overnight in Luxor at Sonesta St. George Hotel)

 
Day 6 Fri, Oct 22: Abydos & Dendera (B, L)

Early this morning, we enjoy a scenic bus trip to Abydos, the cradle of the earliest dynasties of historical Egypt and the site dedicated to the Neter Osiris (Wizzer). During our bus ride, Vivian will share very interesting information about modern Egyptian social customs. The Temple was one of the holiest places throughout the whole history of Ancient Egypt. It was the cult centre of the god Osiris and the mysteries connected with his “Resurrection.” Abydos is a huge archaeological site and a place of pilgrimage for spiritual seekers. Here at Abydos we will visit the Temple of Seti I which was supposedly built by Seti and his son Ramses II. In the outer hypostyle hall we will see a cartouche which has become famous for the engraved figures of the “Abydos Helicopter” as well as a submarine. At the Temple of Osiris, Vivian will present the accepted theories of the site being constructed for King Seti of the 19th Dynasty, ca. 1250 BC and Stephen will present the indigenous tradition.

At the rear of the Temple of Osiris sits a very strange structure called the Osirion (Osireion) that holds a number of mysteries. Visitors must exit Seti's Temple at the rear and approach the Osirion from above at modern ground level. The first thing of note is the enormous size of the granite blocks used in its construction, which draws parallels with similar megalithic structures, like the Valley Temple, and the Sphinx Temple at Giza. The megalithic design, the lack of prolific inscriptions, and the fact that some of the larger stone blocks weigh up to 100 tons suggest that the Osirion pre-dates the Temple of Seti. Inscribed on some of these blocks and visible from the staircase one can see a number of Flower of Life patterns of interlocking circles. This structure forms the basis for music, as the distances between the spheres is identical to the distances between the tones and the half tones in music. It is also identical to the cellular structure of the third embryonic division; the first cell divides into two cells, then to four cells then to eight. This same structure, further developed, creates the human body and all of the energy systems, including the ones used to create the Merkaba. If we continue creating more and more spheres we will end up with the structure called the Flower of Life. Here we will discuss Sacred Geometry of the Merkaba and the Flower of Life and connect with this tradition.

After enjoying a boxed lunch at the site, we return to Luxor, making a stop at the Temple of Hathor at Dendera. Hathor was the Neter of love, relationships, healing and all the arts, and was identified with Aphrodite to the Greeks and Venus to the Romans. This was also a temple where esoteric knowledge was passed to initiates. In the underground crypts, Stephen will share with us their knowledge and we will then gather for a ceremony to connect with Hathor.
(Overnight in Luxor at Sonesta St. George Hotel)

 
Day 7 Sat, Oct 23: Board Nile Cruise Ship (B, L, D)

This morning, enjoy your time independently for some last minute shopping at the souk and jewellery stores. We then transfer to the port and embark our luxurious 5 star cruise ship and prepare ourselves for our Nile cruise. Once we have settled and attended the safety briefing, we will enjoy a wonderful buffet lunch. In the afternoon we gather for a fascinating lecture with Stephen, “The Evolution of Religion In Ancient Egypt”. Stephen will discuss how ancient spirituality devolved into our modern religions, a presentation based on his second book, From Light Into Darkness. Stephen will also discuss the “King” Akhenaten, and his connections to monotheism, Judaism, the Rosicrucian Tradition, and all modern mystery schools. After dinner, enjoy the rest of the evening sharing stories and experiences with new friends, or just relax and enjoy this tranquil sail along the Nile.
(Overnight aboard Nile Cruise Ship)

 
Day 8 Sun, Oct 24: Valley of the Kings; Alabaster Factory; Hatshepsut Temple; Colossi of Memnon (B, L, D)

This morning we transfer over to the west bank of the Nile to visit the Valley of the Kings. The Egyptian belief that “to speak the name of the dead is to make him live again” is certainly carried out in the building of the tombs. The king's formal names and titles are inscribed in the tombs along with images and statues. Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in Thebes. Most of the tombs were cut into the limestone following a similar pattern: three corridors, an antechamber and a sunken sarcophagus chamber. These catacombs were harder to rob and were more easily concealed. Construction usually lasted six years, beginning with the new reign. The text in the tombs is from the Book of the Dead, the Book of the Gates and the Book of the Underworld.

Next, we stop at a local alabaster factory and see how the artisans create the magnificent carved pieces out of raw alabaster and then visit the Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, which is one of the most popular attractions in Egypt today. It is located in Deir el-Bahri, a complex of mortuary temples and tombs found on the west bank of the River Nile just across from Luxor. Hatshepsut's reign was a long and prosperous one and although she saw warfare early on, eventually her reign ushered in an era of extended peace. She also re-established trading relationships and increased the wealth of Egypt, allowing the country to introduce a higher calibre of Egyptian architecture, the likes of which remained incomparable worldwide for hundreds of years.

On our way back to the ship, we pause to gaze at the spectacular Colossi of Memnon. Amenhotep III built a mortuary temple in Thebes that was guarded by these two gigantic statues on the outer gates. The statues are made from carved blocks of quartzite quarried either at Giza or Gebel es-Silsila. The Northern statue depicts Amenhotep II with his mother, Mutemwia, while the southern statue is of Amenhotep II with his wife, Tiy, and one of his daughters. On the sides of the statues are reliefs depicting Nile gods joining together plants symbolizing Upper and Lower Egypt.

We then return to the ship for lunch and set sail for Edfu in the afternoon. We later gather for a sharing circle where you will have time for a question and answer period with Stephen.
(Overnight aboard Nile Cruise Ship)

 
Day 9 Mon, Oct 25: Edfu Temple; Kom Ombo; Sail to Aswan (B, L, D)

This morning we disembark to visit the Temple of Horus in Edfu (also known as the Temple of Edfu), considered the best-preserved cult temple in Egypt. It was built during the Ptolemaic era on top of an earlier temple to Horus, which was oriented east-west instead of the current north-south configuration. The falcon-headed Horus was originally the sky god, whose eyes were the sun and moon. The “Eye of Horus” is considered an important Egyptian symbol of power. He was later assimilated into the popular myth of Isis and Osiris as the divine couple’s child. After Osiris’ murder by his brother Seth, Horus avenged his father's death in a great battle at Edfu. Seth was exiled and Horus took the throne with Osiris reigning through him from the underworld. Thus, all pharaohs claimed to be the incarnation of Horus, the “living king”. Horus, or Heru in the ancient tongue, was the principle of the realized male, the Initiate. The Temple of Horus is a great teaching temple and we will view and discuss the many esoteric reliefs according to the indigenous tradition not usually discussed by Egyptologists. Vivian will also present different theories of this well-preserved temple. We will also have the opportunity for a meditation to connect with the Higher Self, the path to initiation into The Greater Mysteries.

We return for lunch on board the ship and have some time to relax. Swim, sunbathe, catch up on your reading, or simply spend time in quiet reflection.

In the early evening we visit the temple known as Kom Ombo, which is actually two temples consisting of a Temple of Horus and a Temple of Sobek, each dedicated to the corresponding gods. The left, or northern side, is dedicated to Horus, a representation of the higher self. The right is dedicated to Sobek, the crocodile God, representing the lower self. This was a temple of initiation and here the initiates swam with crocodiles in order to overcome fear and negativity. Here we will understand the importance of releasing ourselves from fear and negativity in order to raise our consciousness as we follow the path of the ancient initiate. Sobek was the principle of assimilation and transmutation. In this temple the ancient initiates would attempt to overcome their fears, particularly the Fear of Death. We will do a meditation to give our fears to Sobek and overcome all doubts on the path to self-mastery.

We return to our ship once more for dinner and then set sail for Aswan.
(Overnight aboard Nile Cruise Ship)

 
Day 10 Tue, Oct 26: Aswan; Temple of Isis at Philae; Unfinished Obelisk & Granite Quarry; Felucca Ride (B, L, D)

After breakfast we take a ferry ride over to the Island of Agilika, formerly known as the Island of Philae and the Temple of Isis. Philae is the modern day Greek name, but the ancient Egyptians called the island P-aaleq, which amongst other definitions has the dual meaning of “end” and “creation”. It is believed that the various structures contained on the island took 800 years to build however, the building of the Aswan Dam almost wiped out the island and its history. Fortunately, with the aid of UNESCO and the Egyptian government, the temples were rescued, dismantled, relocated and finally reconstructed piece by piece in a mission that took 10 years to complete. The island is considered to be a site of worship in honour of the goddess Isis, who was the Neter of the complete feminine principle. Love and dedication of Mother, healing, nurturing, and wisdom were just parts of her domain. The cult of Isis was well spread in the Roman world and Philae survived as the last outpost of this ancient following. The temple sanctuary, or Holy of Holies, where the goddess resides, was thought to be the source of the “waters of life”, and was once separated from the rest of the temple by a curtain.

Next, we visit the Unfinished Obelisk at the Granite Quarry on our way back to the ship. Stephen will present the alternative theories of Chris Dunn and the indigenous tradition concerning advanced machining as to the unfinished obelisk, a “smoking gun” in the alternative approach.

We return for lunch aboard the ship, and then spend some time independently to explore Aswan. Later in the afternoon, we board a traditional Felucca for a leisurely ride along the Nile. Back on the ship, we wash up for dinner and then spend the evening in a sharing circle to discuss some of our experiences thus far, and ask any questions we may have.
(Overnight aboard Nile Cruise Ship)

 
Day 11 Wed, Oct 27: Elephantine Island; Disembark Cruise Ship; Fly to Cairo (B)

This morning arise very early for an optional visit to Abu Simbel. Located near the southern border of Egypt with Sudan, the Great Temple is dedicated to Rameses II and Queen Nefertari, the love of his life. The Temple’s façade is dominated by four enormous seated statues of the Pharaoh, each over 67 feet high. The Temples were shifted to higher ground in the 1960 AD as the waters of Lake Nasser began to rise following the completion of the Aswan High Dam.

Once everyone has returned, we again take to the waters and enjoy a ferry ride over to Elephantine Island and Temple of Khnum. The island was known to ancient Egyptians as Abu or Yebu and acted as a border between Egypt and Nubia. According to Egyptian mythology, the island was the dwelling place of Khnum, the ram-headed god of the cataracts, who guarded and controlled the waters of the Nile from caves beneath the island. Here there are many indications of advanced machining in granite. Stephen will present many indigenous traditions concerning the structures found in ruins here. At the Birthing Chapel of the Temple of Khnum, we will meditate and connect with the Divine Principles of Creation, as Khnum was the Divine Potter who created our physical forms.

We then return to the boat, get our luggage ready and prepare to disembark, leaving behind our wonderful cruise ship. After lunch on your own, you may choose our optional visit to a Nubian village with a Nubian guide by motor boat, where we will be welcomed and will have the opportunity to experience wonderful Nubian traditions and their warm hospitality.

Later in the evening we transfer to the airport for our flight back to Cairo.
(Overnight in Cairo at Mena House Oberoi)

 
Day 12 Thu, Oct 28: Old Cairo; Private Entrance into Great Pyramid (B, D)

Back in bustling Cairo, spend the morning for some last minute shopping, or take an optional tour to Old Cairo which contains remnants of Egypt’s earlier capital cities. There will also be time to visit the Awyan house for shopping and optional healing sessions. Enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many restaurants in the area and then meet back in the lobby.

We then head to the Giza Plateau for a special initiation ceremony in the Great Pyramid. Alone in the Great Pyramid, we will fully experience the acoustics and wonder of this great monument. Before entering, Stephen will have already discussed the Great Pyramid in detail and presented the indigenous traditions, supported by many scientists, that the Great Pyramid was a machine, not a tomb for any “king”, or anyone! The Great Pyramid was a sonic machine and we will engage in sacred chanting and toning to open all chakras, energy centers, as the final initiation into the Greater Mysteries. Over the last few thousand years, the Great Pyramid has become the Supreme Temple of Initiation, and we will connect with all the great souls who have been there!

After a profound experience in the Great Pyramid we return to the hotel and prepare for our final Farewell Dinner. Having encountered so many fascinating places and having experiencied a plethora of emotions, there will be much to share on this last night.
(Overnight in Cairo at Mena House Oberoi)

 
Day 13 Fri, Oct 29: Depart Cairo (B)

Today we bid our farewells to Egypt and all its majesty, abundant with its many gifts. Transfer to the airport for your departure and return home with many fond memories and new friendships.

 
(B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner)
Note: This itinerary is subject to change due to conditions beyond our control.
 
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Tour Inclusions & Price

Tour Includes:

  • 5 Star accommodation throughout: 5 nights in Cairo at the Mena House Oberoi, 3 nights in Luxor at the Sonesta St. George Hotel, and 4 nights aboard a luxury Nile Cruise Ship
  • Breakfast daily, 6 Lunches, and 6 Dinners
  • Domestic flights Cairo/Luxor and Aswan/Cairo
  • Arrival and Departure Transfers
  • Private Coach Transportation
  • Hotel Taxes & Service Charges
  • Admission to all sites as per itinerary
  • All guide services as per itinerary

Added Features:

  • Travel with Indigenous Wisdom Teacher Stephen Mehler and Egyptologist Vivian Zaki, PhD
  • Special guests, Shahrzad and Yousef Awyan in Cairo
  • Informative Lectures and Presentations with Stephen Mehler
  • Sacred Ceremonies and Meditations
  • Felucca Ride along the Nile
  • Visit to a traditional Nubian home
  • Private Meditation in King’s Chamber at the Great Pyramid

Tour Does Not Include:

  • Airfare to Cairo, Egypt
  • Egypt Tourist Visa (approx. $25, issued on arrival)
  • Cancellation & Medical Insurance (ask us for a quote if your are Canadian)
  • Meals and drinks not specified
  • Cost to obtain valid passport
  • Any items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks and telephone calls. Any item that is not specifically detailed on our website or in the final retreat itinerary.

Tour Price

Price Per Person
Double RoomSingle Room
Tour Price Per Person (Land Only) USD $3489.00USD $4379.00
Tour Price Per Person (Including Roundtrip Air from JFK New York on Egyptair ($3489 + $699 air + $240 Air Tax) USD $4428.00USD $5318.00
Prepaid Gratuities USD $170.00USD $170.00

Optional Tours:


Camel Ride on Giza Plateau (Day 2)
USD $11.00

Dinner and Visit to Khan el Khalili Bazaar (Day 3)
USD $75.00

Abu Simbel Tour (Day 11)
USD $260.00

Nubian village with Nubian guide by motor boat (Day 11)
USD $30.00

Tour to Old Cairo (Day 12)
USD $35.00


Note: Pre-paid gratuities to cover ALL TIPS & GRATUITIES - i.e. tour guides, drivers, waiters, baggage handling, cruise staff, etc. Your Tour Escort will carry and disburse these funds so that you can relax and enjoy your trip, knowing that everyone assisting you is being taken care of properly.

Note:
The single supplement is ONLY for those who would like to secure a private room throughout the tour, at the indicated additional price. If you are not traveling with anyone you know and would like to share a room, we will be happy to work to find you a suitable roommate. Per our Terms and Conditions, registration for the tour will be held open until two weeks before the departure date in order to try to match everyone with a roommate. If by that date we have not been able to match you with a suitable roommate, you will be responsible to pay for the single supplement. An early registration will facilitate this process.

 
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