Spiritual Retreats & Travels

Soul Tribe Travel 

Day 0: Relaxed arrival from every country

We advice you to arrive prior our tour to relax and be in time for our programme.


Optional we can offer you a tour in Old Cairo and/or a visit in the New Museum in Cairo in the morning of Day 1 (extra)

Day 1: Welcome to Egypt

We advice you, to arrive 1 or 2 days prior our Journey to be in time an drelaxed


Welcome, you arrive individually to the International Airport in Cairo, individual transfer to our Hotel.

Gathering in the evening 

Meditation at the Pyramids, tour and time to explore.

Today we will dive into the secrets of the Pyramids and the Sphinx in Gizeh.

The Egyptians believed that the sphinx was a representation of their solar deity, Sun God, Horemakhet or Horus of the Horizon. Historical records from the New Kingdom show that in Egyptian culture the sphinx symbolized royalty and sacred status.

The Hall of Records is a purported ancient library that is claimed to exist underground near the Great Sphinx of Giza in Egypt.

Three pyramids, three rulers

Each pyramid was part of a royal mortuary complex that also included a temple at its base and a long stone causeway (some nearly 1 kilometer in length) leading east from the plateau to a valley temple on the edge of the floodplain.




Day 2: Gods & Goddesses

After breakfast

Transfer to Luxor by domestic flight (departure 8:45am)

Check-In in our Hotel

The Temple of Luxor, a temple in honour of the god Amun, which was largely built by Amenophis III, is one of the most famous sites in the world. One of the granite obelisks erected in front of the temple now stands on the Place de la Concorde in Paris (see Luxor Obelisk). It is located right next to the colossal statues of Ramses II.


free time

Meditation & Yoga in the Hotel




Day 3: Meeting the Kings

Yoga & Meditation


Valley of the Kings

A visit to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt is an amazing opportunity to see the incredible beauty of ancient Egyptian civilisation. The Valley of the Kings is a royal burial ground where many of Egypt’s pharaohs, queens, high priests, and other members of the nobility were laid to rest. It sits on the western bank of the magnificent Nile River, near the ancient city of Thebes, which is now called Luxor. Surrounded by a breathtaking desert landscape, it's a truly special place.

Whether you’re a history buff, an avid traveler, or just curious about the monuments of the ancient world, a visit to the Valley of the Kings is an absolutely unforgettable experience that will leave you in awe of Egypt’s rich cultural heritage. Let’s explore how to make the most of your excursion to the iconic Valley of the Kings!


Time for Meditation


free time


In the evening we will visit the Karnak Temple.

The Karnak complex is a truly vast open site that includes the Karnak Open Air Museum, which is known as Ipet-isu in ancient Egyptian, meaning “The Most Select of Places”. The complex is made up of four main parts, but only the largest part is currently accessible to the public. The word "Karnak" usually refers to the Precinct of Amun-Ra, as it's the only part that most visitors get to see. Unfortunately, the other three parts, the Precinct of Mut, the Precinct of Montu, and the dismantled Temple of Amenhotep IV, are not open to the public. It was built over two millennia, from the Middle Kingdom to the Ptolemaic period, and it's one of the largest religious complexes ever built!

The absolutely highlight is a Meditation in that temple!



Day 4: Apollo, Horus and more Greeks


Yoga & Meditation


We visit Edfu

In the Upper Egyptian city of Edfu, around 100 kilometres south of Luxor, lie the impressive remains of an ancient temple district dedicated to the god → Horus Behedeti. Edfu, the modern name of the city, goes back to ancient Egyptian Djeba, which was pronounced etbo in Coptic times. The Greeks called the city 'Aπόλλωνoς πόλις μεγάλη, the great city of Apollo, to distinguish it from less important places of the same name; the name City of Apollo is based on the equation of the Egyptian god Horus with the Greek god Apollo.


Kom Ombo


The special feature of this temple is that, unlike any other pharaonic temple, it is dedicated to two separate deities, which is why it is called a double temple. One is Sobek, the crocodile god of Egyptian mythology, ruler of the waters and god of fertility. The other god, to whom the temple is dedicated, is Haroeris or Great Horus. This is a later manifestation of the god Horus, and from the 18th dynasty he acquired the title 'father of the gods'.  This is why the temple has a common construction pattern: all gates, passages and rooms are double. It even has two entrances.




Transfer to Aswan




Day 5: Goddess Isis

Early Breakfast

We visit the Temple of Isis on a small Island and will have a healing Ritual & Meditation




free time


Yoga & Meditation



Day 6: Ramses likes a good view

We start in the Middle of the night to reach our next Temple: Abu Simbel


The two magnificent temples were commissioned by Ramses II around 3300 years ago. The larger one is dedicated to himself and the main gods of the Egyptian empire. He had the smaller temple built for his wife Nefertari, who was his favourite of all his wives.

When the famous Aswan High Dam was completed, the dammed-up waters of the Nile threatened to flood the temples. Thankfully, the temples were moved 60 metres above their original position, and the world can now admire them in all their glory. In a daring move, an international team dismantled them into individual pieces between 1963 and 1968 and moved them 60 metres above their original position. When you visit the colossal temples today, you can hardly imagine this.

The four seated statues in front of the large temple are each 20 metres high and all depict Ramses II. One of them has been destroyed, but this happened during an earthquake in ancient times.

The interior of the temple is unlike any place I have seen before. Several rooms are completely covered with very well preserved hieroglyphs, and seeing these ancient drawings with my own eyes for the first time is an unforgettable, goose-bump moment!


Lunchbox, Dinner

Day 7: Colors of Life!

We sleep a bit longer today and enjoy a delicious breakfast!

Visiting Nubian Village

If you're looking for a truly magical experience, look no further than the most colourful and feel-good villages in the entire country! They're located in the deep south of Egypt, on the West Bank of the Nile, near the city of Aswan. The Nubian villages are painted in all the colors of the rainbow! The friendly Nubians moved from Sudan over 8,000 years ago and started farming around the Nile. This is why they have a darker skin tone! They have their own unique language that they never teach to an outsider, which is a real shame!



Yoga & Meditation

Nubian night & Dinner

Day 8: Goodbye Egypt!


Flight to Cairo (departure time 3:45pm, ca. 1 hour) We will send you exact time, when tour is confirmed!

End of Programme


Make sure to book your international connection flight at least with a gap of 3 hours cause you have to change from domestic to international terminal in Cairo.



8 Day Yoga Journey Egypt

Goddesses Journey

7 nights | 8 Days   

Mystical journey through the Egypt of goddesses, queens and kings


Even for atheists or people who would describe themselves as non-spiritual, a journey through Egypt is magical. This country is a pure open-air museum. We begin our journey in Cairo and start with a meditation at the pyramids in Giza. Osiris, Toth, Cleopatra, Isis and all the kings and queens await us.


Powerful meditations that bring us into contact with all these divine Souls andthe mystic teachers of the ancient Egyptians. Immerse yourself in the world of the pharaohs and meet yourself. It is said that Jesus completed his teachings in Egypt as did Mary Magdalene. Egypt is rich in culture and history and also has everything your heart desires in terms of cuisine. In Aswan, we not only visit the Temple of Isis, but also the Nubian parts of Egypt. A colorful and life-affirming community. Learn about the secret Ancestors of Queen Cleopatra.



Cairo - Luxor - Aswan - Abu Simbel


- Cairo & Gizeh Tour

- Yoga & Meditation Programme 

- Luxor guided Temple Tours

- Nubian Culture

- Guided Meditations at the Pyramids & Karnak Temple

- Guided Tour Valley of Queen & Kings

- small group


might change due to weather conditions or group size


What's included

7 nights in 4 Star or 5 Star Hotels

meals included as described in Programme

Water 1 bottle daily per person and during excursions

Entrance fees as per programme

xofa & Meditation Sessions

Transports & Transfers during the Travel

2 Domestic flights

Cairo - Luxor

Aswan - Cairo

Air ticket, air fare arrival to Egypt, Cairo & the hotel

Visa (upon arrival $ 25 per person)

extra nights in Cairo

balloon Ride

(we will take care for the organization with the provider Hod Hod Balloon, it is the oldest and best company in Luxor & Egypt providing secure and unforgettable trips! For insurance reasons you will book directly with the company!)

extra Programme mentioned day 0 & 1

personal expenses, private travel insurances & Tips (ca. 10 $per day)


What's NOT included