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Une retraite qui change la vie dans le mysticisme égyptien antique
Rejoignez-nous pour embrasser l'invisible

Dates : 10 -17 décembre 2023

Louxor et Assouan


Présenté par Sabine Poncelet,
Fondateur de Sabine Therapies

Depuis des années, Sabine Patricia est un phare de connaissance et de guérison en Europe et aux Émirats arabes unis. Grâce à son expertise en tant que thérapeute et guérisseuse céleste, elle a acquis une reconnaissance en Europe, aux Émirats arabes unis, au Qatar et aux États-Unis. Sabine Patricia a eu le privilège de réveiller d'innombrables personnes dans le monde entier, en les libérant des comportements nuisibles et des croyances limitantes. Grâce à sa maîtrise enchanteresse et à sa magie de mentorat, Sabine a déclenché la renaissance et le réalignement cosmique d'innombrables âmes, tissant sa magie. Elle a développé sa propre façon d’aider les gens à se libérer. De plus, elle a un don naturel pour se connecter avec les animaux, les ancêtres et les êtres célestes et galactiques. Sa mission est de vous montrer comment exploiter votre magie pour améliorer la qualité de vos passions, votre objectif, votre monde intérieur et la synchronicité globale de votre vie.

'' Embrassez votre étoile intérieure ; votre destin est de briller et d'illuminer le monde.''

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  • What is the Itinerary ?
    Itinerary for an 8-day, 7-night deep transformational retreat in Luxor and Aswan: Day 1: Arrival in Luxor (10/12) the retreat starts at 4:30 PM local time Participants arrive at Luxor International Airport from their respective countries. Transfer to the luxurious 5-star hotel in Luxor. Welcome dinner and orientation meeting to set intentions for the retreat. Day 2: Exploring Luxor's Sacred Sites (11/12) Breakfast Morning meditation session to center and ground participants. Visit the Karnak Temple Complex, a vast and awe-inspiring temple dedicated to the god Amun. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon visit to Luxor Temple, a stunning temple dedicated to the god Amun-Ra. Dinner at the hotel Evening group healing and energy activation session. Day 3: Valley of the Kings and Transformational Workshop (12/12) Breakfast and early morning meditation and sunrise ceremony at the Valley of the Kings, exploring the royal tombs and their intricate wall paintings. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon transformational workshop and healing session led by Sabine. Dinner at the hotel Evening free time for personal reflection and integration. Day 4: Luxor Temple and Felucca Sail (13/12) Breakfast Morning meditation and intention-setting session. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon felucca sail on the Nile, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and sunset views. Dinner at the hotel Evening group sharing and integration circle. Day 5: Travel to Aswan and Philae Temple (14/12) Breakfast Morning meditation and energy alignment session. Transfer from Luxor to Aswan, enjoying the scenic views along the Nile River. Lunch at a local restaurant. Check-in at a luxurious riverside hotel in Aswan. Visit to Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, located on an island in the Nile. Dinner at the hotel Evening free time to relax and enjoy the hotel facilities. Day 6: Kom Ombo Temple and Nubian Village (15/12) Breakfast Morning meditation and gratitude practice. Lunch at a local restaurant. Kom Ombo Temple & Exploration of the Nubian Villages Evening group healing session. Dinner at the hotel Day 7: High Dam and Optional Excursions and back to Luxor(16/12) Breakfast Morning meditation and reflection session celebrating the transformative journey together. Lunch at a local restaurant. Return to our hotel in Luxor end afternoon or evening. Dinner at the hotel Day 8: Departure (17/12) Breakfast Final morning meditation and closing circle. Lunch is NOT included Closing ceremony before setting you free around 12 pm Please note that this itinerary and hotel name are a suggested framework and can be customized to accommodate specific preferences, activities, or additional sites based on the group's interests and available time. FIVE Stars Hotel in Luxor: Steigenberger Nile Palace FIVE Stars Hotel in Aswan: Pyramisa Island Hotel
  • What are the type of accomodation?
    Shared Twin Room Normal price USD $2540 If you require a single occupancy: (single Room Supplement 500/-USD AED 2000/-)
  • Do you provide airport transfer?
    Yes, both ways. Transportation fee included (free) Book your flight to Luxor International Airport (LXR) Airport transfers are gifted to you
  • Tips for responsible tourism and respecting local culture
    When visiting Luxor, Egypt, it's important to be a responsible tourist and respect the local culture. Here are some tips to help you have a positive and respectful experience: Dress Code: Egypt is a predominantly Muslim country, and it's advisable to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. Both men and women should avoid wearing revealing clothing. Women should consider covering their shoulders and knees, and it's recommended to carry a scarf or shawl to cover your head when entering mosques or temples. Photography: Always ask for permission before taking photos of locals, and be respectful of their wishes if they decline. In some areas, photography may be prohibited or restricted, so pay attention to signs and guidelines. Additionally, be cautious when taking pictures at religious sites and avoid photographing people during prayer. Cultural Etiquette: Familiarize yourself with local customs and traditions to show respect. Greet people with a polite "As-salamu alaykum" (peace be upon you) and be courteous in your interactions. Avoid touching someone of the opposite sex unless they initiate it. Remember to remove your shoes when entering homes or certain establishments if asked to do so. Language and Communication: Learn a few basic Arabic phrases or common greetings. Locals appreciate the effort and it can help break the ice. English is widely spoken in tourist areas, but learning a few key phrases can go a long way in showing respect and appreciation for the local culture. Environmental Considerations: Be mindful of the environment and avoid littering. Dispose of your waste properly and follow designated paths when exploring natural sites or historical areas. Respect any rules or regulations aimed at preserving the environment and cultural heritage. Local Economy: Support the local economy by purchasing goods and services from local vendors, artisans, and restaurants. This helps to sustain the local community and fosters a more authentic cultural experience. Tourist Sites: Follow the rules and guidelines provided at tourist sites, such as temples and archaeological sites. These rules are in place to protect the historical sites and ensure their preservation for future generations. Responsible Travel Agencies: Choose reputable travel agencies or tour operators that prioritize sustainable and responsible tourism practices. Research and select operators that promote cultural sensitivity and environmental conservation. Remember, being a responsible tourist means being aware of and sensitive to the local culture, customs, and environment. By following these tips, you can contribute to a positive and respectful experience in Luxor, Egypt.
  • What is NOT included ?
    - Personal expenses - Flight - Tip ( bakhshish in egypt) - Personal Insurance ( Health, Travelling etc)
  • Hotel & Room Amenties
    Room features - Rooms are air-conditioned and feature satellite TV. - Desk - Blackout curtains - Minibar Property amenities - Free internet - LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English, French, Arabic, Dutch and German - Guests can make use of the fitness center and sauna - The hotel also offers a 24-hour front desk and the in house Travel Desk - Hair Salon - Swimming Pool - Boating - Sheesha Lounge - Fitness center - Patio - Books, DVDs, music for children - Sauna, and massage - Serving Lebanese, Italian, Fine Dining and international cuisine
  • Closest airports to fly in
    The name or IATA code of the airport. Luxor International Airport - LXR
  • What to bring ?
    When preparing for our retreat in Luxor, Egypt, it's important to pack appropriately to ensure a comfortable and meaningful experience. Here are some suggested items to consider bringing: Comfortable Clothing: Pack lightweight and breathable clothing suitable for the weather during your visit. As Luxor can be hot, especially during summer months, choose loose-fitting garments made of natural fibers to stay cool and comfortable. Modest attire is recommended, especially when visiting religious sites. Headscarf or Shawl: Carry a lightweight headscarf or shawl to cover your head when entering mosques or temples, as it is a sign of respect. Comfortable Walking Shoes: As you'll be exploring sacred sites and potentially walking long distances, bring comfortable shoes or sandals suitable for walking on uneven surfaces. Closed-toe shoes are advisable to protect your feet during site visits. Sun Protection: Shield yourself from the strong sun rays by packing a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen with a high SPF. It's also a good idea to bring a lightweight, long-sleeved shirt for additional sun protection. Water Bottle: Staying hydrated is crucial, especially in a hot climate. Carry a refillable water bottle to ensure you have access to drinking water throughout the day. It's recommended to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated during your retreat. Meditation/Yoga Accessories: our retreat involves meditation practices, consider bringing your preferred meditation cushion, yoga mat, or any other accessories that enhance your practice and comfort. Travel Adapter: As mentioned earlier, Luxor, Egypt, uses 220-240 volts, so bring a travel adapter if your electrical devices require a different plug type. Travel Documents: Ensure you have your passport, visa (if required), and any other necessary travel documents. It's also a good idea to carry photocopies of these documents in case of loss or emergencies. Personal Toiletries: Bring personal toiletries such as shampoo, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and any other essentials you may need. Consider packing insect repellent to protect against mosquitoes and other insects. Journal or Notebook: Many people find it beneficial to document their experiences and reflections during a sacred retreat. Consider bringing a journal or notebook to record your thoughts, insights, and observations. Respectful Attitude: Lastly, remember to bring an open mind and a respectful attitude towards the sacred sites, local culture, and fellow retreat participants. Approach the experience with reverence and an intention to learn and grow. These are general suggestions, and you may have additional items specific to your personal needs and preferences. It's always a good idea to check with your retreat organizer for any specific recommendations or guidelines they may have for the retreat.
  • Weather information
    In December, Luxor experiences mild winter weather with comfortable daytime temperatures and cool evenings. Here's an overview of the typical weather conditions during that period: Temperature: The average high temperature ranges from around 24°C (75°F) to 26°C (79°F), while the average low temperature is between 10°C (50°F) and 12°C (54°F). Please note that these are averages and actual temperatures may vary. Sunshine: December in Luxor generally has plenty of sunshine, with around 8 to 9 hours of sunshine per day. Rainfall: Rainfall is quite rare in Luxor during December. It's unlikely to experience significant rainfall during this time of the year. Humidity: Humidity levels tend to be relatively low, making the weather feel more pleasant. It's important to remember that weather patterns can vary from year to year, so it's always a good idea to check a reliable weather forecast closer to your travel date for the most accurate information.
  • Electricity and outlet
    It's essential to check the voltage requirements of your devices before plugging them into an Egyptian outlet. Some devices, such as laptops and phone chargers, are designed to work with a wide range of voltages and can handle the 220-240V used in Egypt. However, certain appliances like hair dryers, curling irons, and electric shavers may require a voltage converter to avoid damage. Always exercise caution when using electrical devices in a foreign country and follow any manufacturer instructions and safety guidelines to ensure a safe and hassle-free experience.
  • Visa stuff
    To visit Egypt, including Luxor, most travelers will require a visa. Here are some important details regarding visas for Egypt: Tourist Visa: Most visitors to Egypt can obtain a tourist visa, which allows for stays of up to 30 days. This visa can be obtained upon arrival at Egyptian airports, including Luxor International Airport, or in advance from Egyptian embassies or consulates in your home country. Visa on Arrival: Travelers from eligible countries can obtain a visa on arrival at Luxor International Airport or other entry points in Egypt. The visa fee is payable in cash (US dollars or euros are generally accepted), and you will need to provide a valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining. E-Visa: Egypt also offers an e-visa system, which allows you to apply for a tourist visa online before your trip. The e-visa is valid for a single entry and allows for a stay of up to 30 days. You can apply for an e-visa through the official Egyptian e-visa portal or through authorized travel agencies. Visa Extensions: If you wish to extend your stay in Egypt beyond the initial 30 days, you can apply for a visa extension at the Passport, Immigration, and Nationality Administration office in Egypt. It's advisable to start the extension process well in advance of your visa expiration date. Visa Requirements: When applying for a tourist visa, you may be required to provide the following documents: a valid passport, a completed visa application form, a recent passport-sized photograph, proof of travel arrangements (such as flight tickets), and proof of accommodation in Egypt (hotel reservation, for example). It's recommended to check with the nearest Egyptian embassy or consulate in your country for specific visa requirements. Please note that visa requirements can change, so it's essential to verify the latest information with the Egyptian embassy or consulate in your home country before traveling to Luxor or Egypt.
  • What is included in the price ?
    Accommodation with Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in a FIVE Stars Hotel in Luxor & Aswan (Single Room Supplement 500/-USD AED 2000/-) Breakfast and dinner at the FIVE Stars Hotel Lunch during the tours in local restaurants Entrance fees to Sacred Sites English tour guide Transfer to Aswan and back to Luxor Transfer from & to Luxor International Airport to our FIVE Stars Hotel. Healing, Meditations, Upgrades, Downloads, Activations, Workshop, Ceremony, Group Healing and much more!
  • Seasonal information
    In Luxor, Egypt, from December 10th to December 17th, you can expect the following: December is considered the winter season in Luxor, so you can anticipate mild and comfortable temperatures during this time. Temperature: The average high temperatures range from around 24°C (75°F) to 26°C (79°F), while the average low temperatures range from 10°C (50°F) to 12°C (54°F). These temperatures indicate pleasant weather, but the evenings and early mornings might be cooler, so it's advisable to bring a light jacket or sweater. Sunshine: Luxor typically experiences a good amount of sunshine during December, with approximately 8 to 9 hours of sunlight per day. This allows for enjoyable outdoor activities and sightseeing. Rainfall: December is a relatively dry month in Luxor, with minimal rainfall. It's unlikely to encounter significant precipitation during your visit. Humidity: Humidity levels tend to be low during this period, which contributes to the overall pleasant weather conditions.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    tions up and until the 31.08.2022 AED 2500/- $ 547/- per person. From 01.09.2023 - 31.10.2023 AED 3500/- $ 765/- per person. From 01.11.2023 there is a zero refund. Please contact
  • Vaccinations requirements
    When traveling to Luxor, Egypt, it's important to be aware of any recommended or required vaccinations. Here are some general vaccination recommendations for travelers to Egypt: Routine Vaccinations: Ensure that you are up to date on routine vaccinations, including measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), polio, and influenza. Hepatitis A and B: The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends Hepatitis A and B vaccinations for travelers to Egypt, as these diseases can be transmitted through contaminated food, water, or close contact with infected individuals. Typhoid: Vaccination against typhoid is recommended, particularly if you plan to consume street food or have meals in local establishments where sanitation practices may vary. Rabies: While rabies is rare in Egypt, it is still present. If you anticipate exposure to animals or plan to spend a significant amount of time in rural areas, it may be advisable to consider a rabies vaccination. It's important to note that vaccination recommendations can vary based on factors such as your individual health, immunization history, duration of stay, and specific activities planned. Therefore, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a travel medicine specialist who can assess your specific needs and provide personalized recommendations based on your medical history and travel plans. Additionally, keep in mind that health and vaccination requirements can change over time, so it's important to stay updated with the latest information from reputable sources such as the CDC or the World Health Organization (WHO) and consult with a healthcare professional well in advance of your trip to Luxor, Egypt.
  • How can I get more info ?
    Please do not hesitate to book a free discovery call with me here :
  • Travel insurance suggestion
    It's highly recommended to have travel insurance to protect yourself against unforeseen circumstances. Here are some suggestions to consider when choosing travel insurance for your trip to Luxor: Medical Coverage: Ensure that your travel insurance policy provides comprehensive medical coverage, including emergency medical expenses, hospitalization, and medical evacuation. It should cover any pre-existing medical conditions and medications you may require during your trip. Trip Cancellation and Interruption: Look for a policy that offers coverage for trip cancellation or interruption due to unexpected events such as illness, injury, or unforeseen circumstances that might cause you to cancel or cut short your trip. Lost or Delayed Luggage: Check if the insurance policy covers loss, theft, or damage to your belongings, including luggage and personal items. It should also provide coverage for delayed luggage, offering reimbursement for essential items you may need to purchase during the delay. Emergency Assistance: Verify that the insurance policy provides 24/7 emergency assistance services, such as a helpline that you can contact in case of emergencies or for travel-related assistance. Personal Liability: Confirm whether the policy includes personal liability coverage, which can be beneficial in case you accidentally cause injury to someone else or damage their property. Travel Delays: Look for coverage that compensates you for unexpected travel delays, including reimbursement for additional accommodation, meals, and transportation expenses incurred due to delayed or canceled flights. Activities and Excursions: If you plan to engage in adventurous activities or excursions during your trip to Luxor, ensure that the insurance policy covers any specific activities you intend to participate in, such as hot air balloon rides or diving in the Red Sea. Coverage for Terrorism or Political Unrest: Given the unpredictable nature of global events, consider a policy that includes coverage for cancellations or disruptions caused by terrorism, political unrest, or civil disturbances. Remember to carefully read and understand the terms and conditions of your travel insurance policy, including any exclusions or limitations. Compare different insurance providers to find the one that offers the coverage you need at a reasonable price. It's also advisable to consult with a reputable insurance agent or broker who can guide you in choosing the most suitable travel insurance policy for your specific requirements.
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