IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND CHECKLIST
We are so excited you have chosen to join us in Egypt for the Tolman Activation Tour. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and completely transform your life. We can’t wait for you to get started!
Now, BEFORE you come to Egypt there are a few things you need to read, complete, sign and do. This page is designed to have all the answers to your questions in one place.
If you still have any questions, please email [email protected]
I look forward to seeing you in Egypt!
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Valuable information for planning your trip
On the day before the tour starts, please arrive at Cairo International Airport where your driver* will be waiting to take you to your accommodation. This is a day to relax and recover from your flight ready for the next 11 full on days.
(*Please note that if you require an airport transfer more than 24 hours before or after the start and end dates of the Tour, an additional fee of US$50 will be payable to the tour company.)
You will be staying in various locations for your Egyptian adventure, and these will be confirmed closer to the 2020 event.
If you intend on staying in Egypt longer, please state this on your Logistics Form.
To travel to Egypt, all foreign nationals must hold a passport with a validity of at least 8 months from the date of entry as well as an authorized tourist visa and any required specific supporting documents such as official sponsorship letters.
The tour company will organise your Visa for you, so please complete the Logistics Form as soon as possible so we have your passport details. If you are organising your own transport, you will need to arrange your own Visa's.
We recommend you purchase fully comprehensive travel insurance and that you research and understand what you are/aren’t covered for.
The local currency in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound, often denoted 'LE'. Change facilities are available in most the hotels, airports and banks.
You should keep hold of small denomination notes and coins during the tour as these are useful for toilets, tips and small purchases.
Travellers cheques are not recommended as they cannot be changed in many places.
You should bring a small daypack to take out during the day. Your main luggage will normally be left in the hotel during your sightseeing trips.
Egypt is a Muslim country, so we advise, particularly when visiting temples and other religious monuments, to dress modestly.
It is suggested that ladies avoid clingy or tight attire and stick with cool flowing cottons. Long sleeves are recommended to protect from mosquitoes. Long shorts and skirts are OK for women, as are T-shirts, but these should not show too much bare flesh (we suggest that your shoulders should remain covered).
In the centre of Cairo, and when visiting any mosques, legs and arms should be covered.
We also recommend you bring a sun hat, sunglasses, a basic first aid kit, toiletries, small towel, money belt, camera and charger.
This is how we like to communicate with clients because we can all be kept in the loop of things you may need. This works from Wi-Fi and 3/4G so we are covering all bases.
Please download the app, add our Events Manager Michele Blavius as a contact in your phone and message her with your full name so she can set you up before you land. Her contact number is +61 431 056 183.
Please contact one of the numbers below when you land in Egypt for any issues or questions you may have.Nadja: +61 499 088 674 (WhatsApp only)
Maria: +61 456 313 217 (WhatsApp only)
CONTACT THE TEAM
- Health revolutionist
- Highly successful health coach + retreat facilitator
- Has inspired 1000's to improve their health and gain their life back
- Over a decade experience in fasting and healthy living
- Super knowledgeable and a natural teacher