Spiritual Travel to Egypt | Pyramids of Egypt | The Sphinx

Do You Feel Called to Journey on a Spiritual Pilgrimage to Egypt…

to Stand in Awe Before The Pyramids of Egypt and The Sphinx?

The Great Pyramids of Giza and the Miracle Makers

The Great Pyramids of Giza and the Miracle Makers

Experience the mysteries and magic of Ancient Egypt with the Miracle Makers!

Have you ever dreamed of an exclusive spiritual pilgrimage to Egypt to be transformed by the opulence, magnificence, and healing energy of the Great Pyramids of Egypt at Giza, the Great Sphinx of Giza, and the legendary temples of Isis, Horus, and Hathor?

Do you feel the wisdom and spiritual legacy of Ancient Egypt (dating back 7000 years) speak to your soul and awaken a desire to experience firsthand the mystery school teachings and symbols of this great spiritual tradition?  Join us!

New Year, New You in Egypt

December 26th, 2017  – January 9th, 2018

You are invited to join the Miracle Maker hosts, Dr. Sarah Larsen and Greg Larsen, as they guide you on a life-changing journey of initiation that includes:

  • a private group ceremony and initiation in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza
  • a private group ceremony and activation between the Paws of the Great Sphinx
  • a seven-night luxury Nile cruise aboard a lavish, private yacht – the Dahabeya Afandina

Miracle Makers Greg and Dr. Sarah Larsen

Mystery School Activations and Ceremonies

You are being called to “feel” an inner awakening of these ancient Egyptian energies and wisdom via mystery school activations and ceremonies at the major temples along the Nile:

  • The Temple of Isis
  • The Temple of Horus
  • Luxor Temple
  • Kom Ombo
  • The Temple of Hathor
  • Karnak Temple (the largest temple complex in the ancient world)
  • Abu Simbel
  • Tombs in the Valley of the Kings (breath-taking Egyptian hieroglyphs/art)

How to get to Egypt?  

Call 424-757-4179 or e-mail drsarah@drsarahlarsen.com!


Egypt is an unforgettable experience that I believe everyone should do at least “once” in their lifetime.  The land of Egypt is infused with this “magnificent ancient energy” that you are able to “see and feel” throughout the entire trip.

Quest Tours, who specializes in trips for spiritual seekers, is Mohammed Namzy’s company and he is totally connected to people of Egypt, the Temples of the Ancients along the Nile, the Giza Pyramids, and the Sphinx.  He accommodates his beloved guests at the Mena House Hotel while staying in Cairo and then aboard the Afandina while navigating the Nile, so you can comfortably feel the ancient’s mystery energies that are “experience treasures” like none other.

Dr. Sarah Larsen and her husband Greg Larsen are exceptional guides and truly make the experience magical. Emil Shaker, our spiritual teacher and Egyptologist, is a charming guide on this trip, and he will show you and allow you to “feel” all the wonders of his homeland.

The Afandina is the most amazing, luxurious yacht… “your home” as the group floats down the Nile.  The Afandina has a staff that delivers the most delicious trip imaginable!

Egypt and her magic is a gift you must give to yourself, because it is a treasure that belongs to the human race.

Did I mention the shopping?Lori Grasing

Lori Grasing


Donna Obdyke shares her experience of the 2016 Miracle Makers spiritual tour to Egypt!

She answers the questions:

  • What made you choose to come to Egypt? (:26)
  • What would you tell someone thinking of coming to Egypt? (7:49)
  • Have you been on a spiritual tour before? (11:14)


In this video, Donna shares:

  • How have you been transformed by the Miracle Makers spiritual tour?
  • Is there a process that has really transformed you? (2:10)

Egypt Spiritual Tour Itinerary: 

Day 1:  Tuesday, December 26th – Depart for Cairo

Depart for Cairo City – Egypt!

Day 2:  Wednesday, December 27th – Arrive Cairo / Welcoming Dinner

Arrive at Cairo airport where we will be met by a Quest Travel Tour Manager who will assist us through customs and immigration before transferring us to our luxury accommodations at the Mena House Hotel. We’ll have an opening circle and then enjoy our first dinner together.

Accommodations in Cairo at the incredible Mena House Hotel

mena house hotel

View of the Great Pyramid of Giza from the Mena House!

Day 3:  Thursday, December 28th – Giza plateau / Sphinx / Sakkara

Today, we start our tour with a very special private visit to the Giza Plateau, with nobody else there except our group! Listen closely as you awaken and dress for a sunrise excursion to the Valley Temple of Chephren to stand between the paws of The Great Sphinx.  As you come alive, you will hear the incredible sounds of the entire city being called to prayer.  Open your door and listen – feel the energy of the spirits!

Sunrise at The Great Sphinx of Giza

Sunrise at The Great Sphinx of Giza

This afternoon we travel by luxury bus to Sakkara, where we visit the oldest pyramid, the Step Pyramid of Djoser, and its temple of sound and healing. Sakkara was masterminded by Imhotep, the high priest, vizier, and architect to King Djoser during Dynasty III.

This magnificent site includes other Old Kingdom tombs, among them those that hold the earliest known hieroglyphs, and the Pyramid Texts that were the model for the Egyptian Book of the Dead.


Sakkara Ceremony

Meet your tour Egyptologist and Spiritual Guide

Our guide, Emil Shaker, who is an encyclopedia of Egyptology and a seasoned spiritual guide (who has guided trips for Marianne Williamson, Gregg Braden, and Anthony West), will give us detailed examinations of various controversial theories surrounding these amazing structure.

Day 4:  Friday, December 29th – Egyptian Museum / Khan El Khallili / Luxor

We visit the Egyptian Museum of Cairo to view the spiritual legacy of priest-kings, queens, scribes and healers. The museum holds an astounding collection of Egyptian antiquities and exhibits over 120,000 artifacts, including those from the tomb of Tutankhamun.


And then visit Khan El Khallili Bazaar, and one of the oldest shopping districts in the world, the Khan El Khalili. It’s is like going back to the time of Ali Baba and Aladdin.  Merchants have been trading on this site since at least the 14th century.  In 1384 an emir named Al Khalili built a great Khan here, a three-story hostelry intended to accommodate traveling merchants and their wares.  Buyers visited the khan for the goods brought in on the merchant caravans, and the selling and bartering spread to the streets around.  The earliest surviving parts of the bazaar today are several great stone gateways that date back to the 1500’s.

We later in the evening we enjoy our short flight to Luxor and board our home for the next eight days… the Dahabeya Afandina 

Cruising the Nile on the Dahabeya Afandina - our home for 7 nights!

Cruising the Nile on the Dahabeya Afandina

Evening on the forward deck of the Afandina!

Evening on the forward deck of the Afandina!

Meet our Egyptian host – Mohamed Nazmy of Quest Travel 

Listen in as Mohamed Nazmy shares the miraculous story of how Afandina came to be through his belief that you have to give more (and great video highlights of the Afandina)

And watch the video below for a beautiful tour of the Afandina and life on the Nile!

Day 5:  Saturday, December 30th – Dendera /Abydos

This morning we head to Dendera to visit the exquisite temple dedicated to Hathor, the goddess of abundance, love, and joy. The temple is built with a zodiacal ceiling that recalls the origins of Egypt. On the rooftop where Hathor priests and priestesses gathered for their celebrations thousands of years ago, we reconnect to our destinies.

Dendera Hathor

hathor temple at dendera

We then continue north to the temple at Abydos, dedicated to Osiris and housing the nine great beings (the Ennead). This temple rests next to and above the most ancient Osirion, one of the premier power places on the planet. It includes a more recent temple built by Seti I, which contains the most beautiful base relief of any temple in Egypt.

Seti I Abydos


Experience the mystery of the Osirion

Day 6:  Sunday, December 31tst – Karnak Temple / Luxor Temple

In the early morning, we visit the magnificent Karnak Temple. Karnak is the biggest temple complex in Egypt – and a very special place. It is dedicated to the Gods Amun and Mut. As you enter, you walk between a row of rams-headed sphinxes, which originally connected Karnak with Luxor Temple two miles away. Take some time to visit the sacred lake of Karnak, ask for purification and place your intention of your mind’s eye into the lake.



Karnak Temple Sacred Ceremony

Karnak Temple Inner Sanctuary Sacred Ceremony

Outside the main halls is a small chapel dedicated to Sekhmet, her consort Ptah and their son Nefertum. Sekhmet is the lioness Goddess of compassion and courage. She is associated with feminine fire and healing through destruction. She is a renowned healer and known for her magic and ability to hunt down an imbalance at its origin. In a potent private initiation, we will honor the Goddess and receive the gift of courage to be our authentic selves.

Sekhmet Sacred Ceremony

This evening we will pay a night visit to the Temple of Luxor and work with the brilliance of the human body. Here we are able to see that this temple is built like a human body–the outer layers represent the feet and as we move deeper into the temple, we move towards the head, where the holy of holies, the inner sanctuary is located. This is a wonderful place to focus on physical healing. As you walk through the body of this temple, notice how your body feels and remember radiant health. Awaken the parts of you that are sleeping, activate divinity codes and turn on your inner light.

Free evening in Luxor for shopping and to celebrate New Year’s Eve!

Day 7:  Monday, January 1st – West Bank / Sailing to Esna:

This morning we make a sunrise pilgrimage to Deir el Bahari, the funerary temple of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut.

Hatshepsut Deir el Bahari

Hatshepsut Deir el Bahari

We also visit the Necropolis of Thebes on the West Bank of the Nile. The West Bank where the Valley of Kings holds the tombs of the pharaohs that are inscribed with sacred transformative texts, including the books of knowing light and dark, the book of what is in the underworld, the book of caverns, and naming and taming the hours of the night. Here are the tombs of Tutankhamun, Ramses III and VII, Seti I, Thutmosis III, and many others.  We will also visit the Colossi of Memnon.

Day 8:  Tuesday, January 2nd  – Sail to Edfu

Breakfast while we sail to Edfu through the beautiful and timeless countryside. In the evening we visit Edfu and the Temple of Horus, one of the most beautifully preserved temples in Egypt, and experience the Sound & Light show. When you approach the temple complex, you become aware of its enormous dimensions, with a vast courtyard, a forest of towering columns and high ceilings. The side chambers of the Temple of Horus show the complexity of ancient rites; they include a healing chamber, a perfumery, and singers’ rooms. One chamber called the House of Life, stored all of the sacred texts used in seasonal and daily rituals.

Horus Edfu Front

Horus Edfu

Temple of Horus Edfu

Horus is associated with higher vision and clarity. The eye of Horus greatly relates to his myth and power. The left eye represents the lunar, the moon, the intuitive, the feminine energy. The right eye is connected to the solar, the masculine, the action, and the yang energy. Both are necessary for true power to exist. In a private empowerment ceremony, we will work with balancing the lunar and the solar energies inside of us and awaken our intuitive centers to be able to experience a higher perspective.

Day 9:  Wednesday, January 3rd – Sail to Kom Ombo Temple

Sail to Kom Ombo then at sunset we visit the only dual temple in Egypt. This dramatic temple poised between the edge of the river and the encroaching desert sand was dedicated to two gods – Sobek, the crocodile god of strength, fortitude, fertility and rebirth; and Horus, the hawk-headed son of Isis and Osiris.

Kom Ombo Group

Kom Ombo Activation

The duality of light/ dark, yin/yang, conscious/unconscious is apparent in this ancient site. One of the most powerful places in Kom Ombo is the Seat of Neutrality, which is placed on the exact center line between the parts of the temple that are dedicated to Horus / Sobek and Light/Dark. We will dock near Kom Ombo for the night.

Day 10:  Thursday, January 4th – Sail to Aswan

Enjoy a relaxing morning as we sail to Aswan city, one of our favorite Egyptian cities! Beautiful and peaceful, it is called the “Pearl of Egypt.” We will also have a chance to ride a Felucca and visit the colorful Nubian Market.

Felucca Ride on the Nile

Day 11:  Friday, January 5th – Philae Temple of Isis

In our private meditation and ritual, we return to the source of all, the Great Mother, to receive the blessings of Isis at her beautiful island Temple at Philae. This isle represents a fusion of three great civilizations – Egyptian, Greek, and Roman.  The presence of Isis is palpable in the inner sanctum, the Holy of Holies of her temple.

Temple Philae Isis

Temple of Isis at Philae

Temple Philae Isis Sactuary

This afternoon we check out from our beloved Afandina with a special farewell from the crew.

Then we drive back to Aswan airport to get on our short one and a half hour flight to Cairo.  Fly to Cairo in the afternoon and check into the Mena House Hotel.

Day 12:  Saturday, January 6th – Old Cairo / El-Moaz Street

Enjoy your breakfast at the Mena House.  Then we visit Old Cairo, including St. Sergi Church, where the holy family was hidden while they were in Egypt. We also visit the oldest Synagogue in Cairo and then visit the Refaai Mosque.  After a late lunch, we will visit one of the most amazing streets in Islamic Cairo.  El-Moez Street is one of the oldest streets in Cairo, approximately one kilometer long (open air museum). It dates back to the Fatimid era and has almost all types of Islamic architecture decorated wth Arabic calligraphy.  It has recently been renovated and it’s a place to see and seeing it at sunset is the most recommended time to witness the lighting of the mosques and the skyline.

Day 13:  Sunday, January 7th – Great Pyramid/ Farewell Dinner

In the morning we will take a bus to Coptic Cairo and celebrate Coptic Christmas at St. Sergius and Bacchus Church. Also known as Abu Serga, it is one of the oldest Coptic churches in Egypt, dating back to the 4th century.


In the morning we will have a special private visit inside the Great Pyramid, with a culminating initiation in the King’s Chamber. Here, we unite our life story with the story of those who have come before us and those who will come after us as we embrace the transformation that we have experienced.

the great pyramid of giza

Afterward, we have our farewell dinner to share our transformational and unforgettable Egyptian experience.

Day 14:  Monday, January 8th – Farewell to Egypt / Final Departure

Our last breakfast at the Mena House Hotel and then transfer to Cairo airport for final departure.

farewell mena house

The long goodbye to Egypt, our family of initiates, and our host… Mohamed Nazmy of Quest Tours

* Itinerary is subject to change due to reasons beyond our control.

For complete tour info and pricing, call 424-757-4179 or e-mail drsarah@drsarahlarsen.com!

$1000 per person deposit confirms your spot on the tour.

This is an intimate tour limited to 16 participants due to the capacity of our yacht, the Afandina.  The small group experience allows for ample time with Dr. Sarah at the meals, on the Nile cruise, and for the ceremonies!


Greeting and assistance at airports in all cities in Egypt

Transfers to and from the hotels/airports in air-conditioned motor coach

All domestic airfare within Egypt

Private visit between the paws of the Sphinx

Private visit to the Temple of Isis at Philae

Private visit inside the Great Pyramid for Initiation

5 nights at the Mena House Hotel with Pyramid Views

1 night at the Sonesta St. George Hotel (Luxor)

7 nights on the Afandina private yacht

Daily buffet breakfast at hotels and cruise

All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) beginning with buffet breakfast at The Mena House on December 28th through breakfast at the hotel on January 9th.

Entrance fees to all sites on the itinerary

All touring and transfers in air-conditioned motor coach

Licensed English-speaking guide throughout the trip

All hotels taxes, service charges, and government sales tax

Luggage handling at all airports

Assistance through immigration and customs

Not Included:

International airfare to Egypt

All items of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, etc.

Travel insurance, which is highly recommended.

Passports must be valid for at least 6 months past the end date of our journey – valid through July 9th, 2018.

Visas will be provided at the Cairo International Airport for citizens of the United States and Canada. For other countries, please check with your local State Department.  Entry visa to Egypt is currently $60 per person.

Cancellation Policy:

The $1000 deposit is non-refundable.

Cancellations received by October 26th are refundable less $1,000.

Cancellations received after October 26th are non-refundable.