Sedona Women’s Retreat Trip Costs

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The 2013 trip costs are:

Double Occupancy:$1595 USD per person
Single Occupancy:$225 USD additional fee for a single occupancy

A non-refundable deposit of $250.00 USD with your trip registration forms is needed to hold your spot. Final payment is due: March 15th, 2013. Any cancellation made between: February 10th, 2013 and March 15th, 2013 will result in a total loss of 50% of your trip funds. Any cancellation made between: March 15th, 2013 and the trip departure will result in 100% loss of trip funds. Any cancellation made after the trip departs will result in total loss of trip funds. We reserve the right to cancel the trip if it is not meeting the trip minimum. Trip cancellation insurance is strongly recommended if there is a possibility that you might have to cancel your trip. You can use our suggested Travel Guard Insurance online and choose from several policy options.

If you’ve found this trip after the registration date – no worries! Give us a call and we’ll do our best to get you on the trip.

Please know that we are happy to create a monthly payment plan for you – but do note that you must be paid in full by the departure date. Simply email us and we can charge a specific amount monthly to your Master Card or Visa credit card. We look forward to sharing this amazing adventure with you!



  1. Kali says:

    Hello All,

    I noticed that my question about what you would be paying the Native American for running the sweat lodge was not answered. I do apologize if the question makes you uncomfortable. Spirituality is a very important thing to me and many others. Therefore, I am always concerned about the sincerity of those who run retreats. It’s fine to make money from a venture; however, many people are taken advantage of because they don’t realize that everything is truly within themselves. It’s great to have someone assist you if you’re not sure; the bottom line, though, is to empower others to understand that they are capable of tapping and gradually maintaining the core of their lives. My fear is that spirituality has become big business and like the mainstream preachers, there are spiritual teachers preying on the “sheep.” Not a great cause. Peace


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