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Sacred Tours

Spring 2013
Path with a Heart: Toltec Dreaming
Pilgrimage and Vision Quest

Costs & Register

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Path with a Heart

Included in the pilgrimage:

All accommodations (hotels, cabins, and some camping)
All meals (3 meals a day)
All ground transportation within Mexico
All entrance fees
Shamanic teachings and workshops
Sacred ceremonies including some with plant teachers
Greeting at Airport
All taxes and surcharges
Limited enrollment to 16

Does not include

Airfare to Mexico, some beverages including alcohol, tips for guides, walking-around money, special equipment (see below)


COST (in US dollars)

Full Pilgrimage and Vision Quest (Part 1 + 2): $5,300
Part 1 only: $2,900
Part 2 only: $3,200
Prices quoted are based on double occupancy (cost is per person, sharing a room)


Special Equipment for the Trip

For those participating in the full pilgrimage (Parts 1 + 2) you will need to bring the following:
a neoprene suit, submersible head lamp (for the caves), an alpinist hook, good walking boots (total cost around $350 - $400). The rest are things you may already have, such as: a personal tent, sleeping bag, tennis shoes, a good jacket, working clothes, and bathing suit. Once we receive your deposit you will receive a recommended list of what to pack for this journey.


Specific Details

The exact list of activities and the schedule are details reserved only for those who are registered.


Payments

Deposit: You may secure your place with a $500 non-refundable deposit.
Balance: The balance must be paid by bank transfer, received by March 1, 2013.
Email Great Mystery for bank transfer details.

Register with Deposit

VISAS and PASSPORTS

Every tourist must have an easily obtainable Mexican-government tourist card. If you fly to Mexico you will receive one on the airplane.

VISA: Citizens of the US, Canada, EU countries, Argentina, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Norway and Switzerland are among those who do not need visas to enter Mexico as tourists. The list changes sometimes; check well ahead of travel with your local Mexican embassy or consulate. Visa procedures, for those who need them, can take several weeks and you may be required to apply in your country of residence or citizenship.

Non-US citizens passing (even in transit) through the US on the way to or from Mexico, or visiting Mexico from the US, should also check the passport and visa requirements for the US.

PASSPORT: You must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after the date of departure. It is a good idea to take a photocopy of your passport with you in case the original one gets lost.


Cancellation Policy:

If cancellation is necessary, no refund will be made, however, you may:
a) transfer your registration to another person, or
b) transfer your registration to the 2014 Pilgrimage and Vision Quest
Send cancellation notice to Great Mystery

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