Egypt & Nile River Cruise A "Wonder of the World" Vacation | APRIL 3 - 11, 2020

Cairo ● Nile Cruise ● Luxor ● Edfu ● Esna ● Aswan

The Pyramids - An Ancient Wonder of the World

APRIL 3 - 11, 2020

PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ is headed to one of the most impressive, iconic and mysterious sights in the entire world - the Great Pyramids of Giza Complex - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World in Egypt for a 8 day / 7 night Egyptian vacation. Join us on this escorted, small group, women-only luxury vacation, as we visit sacred sites, walk in the footsteps of ancient Kings and Queens of Egypt, explore the 5,000 year legacy of the pharaohs, discover the unique treasures of Egypt and cruise the River Nile, like Cleopatra sailed.

We will begin our journey in Giza and continue along the longest river in the entire world - the majestic River Nile. From our 5⭐ luxury cruiseship, we will spend four (4) nights' accommodations, three (3) daily meals, private guided tours and evening entertainment while on board. And if personalized attention is what you desire, our expert Egyptologist guide will be there to assist during our stay.

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Sightseeing ● Sailing ● Discovery

What's Included:

Easy Monthly Payment 🌸 RoomShare Match

Attractions ● Highlights ● Tours

  • Marvel at the treasures of Egypt by land along with a 4-day Nile River Cruise of adventure.
  • Walk in the footsteps of Egypt’s ancient kings and queens on a privately guided journey through the archaeological sites of Cairo and Luxor.
  • Explore The Great Pyramids of Giza (a Wonder of the World), the Sphinx, visit the grandiose temples, museums, archaeological sites and other monuments on a historical journey across Egypt.
  • Visit Luxor Temples, Karnak Temples, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Queens, Hatshepsut Temple, and the Collossi of Memnon.
  • Enjoy a boat sail onboard a traditional Egyptian sailing “felucca” for a view of Kitchener's Island Botanical Garden and the Agha Khan Mausoleum.
  • Shop the busy open-air Khan el Khalili Souk filled with unique jewels, spices, perfumes, souvenirs.
  • Experience an optional Desert Camel Ride if desired.

✈ Flights & Transportation

  • Round Trip International Economy Air Seat: Atlanta (ATL) > Cairo | Cairo (CAI) > Atlanta
  • Round Trip Intra-Flight Economy Air Seat: Cairo > Aswan
  • Round Trip Intra-Flight Economy Air Seat: Luxor > Cairo
  • Private Air-Conditioned Passenger Vehicle w/Driver
  • Private Round Trip Group Transfer from Airport to Hotels in Egypt
  • Ground Transportation for all sightseeing, tours and activities on itinerary


  • Three (3) Nights - 5⭐ Cairo Double Occupancy Marriott brand or similar
  • Four (4) Nights - 5⭐ River Nile Double Occupancy River Cruiser
  • Nightly Entertainment aboard the cruise
  • Daily Bottled Drinking Water in Passenger Vehicle


  • 5 Breakfast Meals
  • 5 Dinner Meals
  • Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with international cuisine aboard our Cruise - includes juices, water, soft drinks, tea and coffee in main restaurant, lounge bar and sun deck; alcohol by the glass available.
  • Welcome Beverage upon cruise embarkation.
  • Daily Afternoon tea with assortment of snacks on cruise ship's sun deck during sailing
  • PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ Welcome Sip & Social
  • PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ Farewell Social Celebration


  • Professional Services of Tour Manager, Local Guides & Professional Driver(s)
  • Airport Arrival Meet & Greet assistance
  • Private, Egyptologist guide
  • Tours, Sightseeing, Cultural Activities & Admission Fees per itinerary
  • Hotel Public / In-Room WiFi (rewards membership # may be required)
  • Daily Bottled Drinking Water on Passenger Vehicle
  • Hotel Baggage Handling where available
  • PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ Roommate Match
  • PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ Travel Package
  • Pre-Trip Q & A Video Conference Calls Update
  • Lead Trip Manager
  • Online Album of Group Trip Photos

Deposit 🌸 Dates 🌸 Trip Package Price

$2,793 pp ($400 deposit)

  • 🌸TRIP DATES: APRIL 3 - 11, 2020
  • 🌸DESTINATION: EGYPT: Cairo, Aswan, Luxor
  • 🌸TRIP DURATION: 9 Days
  • 🌸GROUP SIZE: 20 Max
  • 🌸DEPOSIT: $400 with payment plan (multiple payment options available below)
  • 🌸TRIP PRICE: $2,793 USD pp, Double Occupancy | 9 Day Land / Air Package
  • 🌸TRIP PRICE: $1,799 USD pp, Double Occupancy | 7 Day Land Only Package
  • 🌸TRIP CREDITS: $100 Refer-A-Friend; Credits: $100 Repeat Traveler Credit
  • 🌸5% Off One Time Payment In Full Discount

Payment Options

  • 🌸One Payment in Full & Receive 5% Off Trip Package Price
  • 🌸Monthly Payments Plan Defined below:

NOTE: Price listed is per person, based on double occupancy. Availability and rates are subject to change and may not be available. Prices are not guaranteed until the deposit and full payment has been made on your reservation. Cost increases in currency exchange, government fees, taxes, surcharges or hotel/lodge tariff increases between quote date and start date are payable by the traveler member. Space is not guaranteed until initial deposit is received. Pumps & Passports reserves the right to make modifications to the itinerary when needed.

DAY 1 | FRIDAY ● International Departure - Cairo, Egypt
  • Our holiday in EGYPT will begin today with our international departure. Make your way to our departure airport at least three hours before departure to board our outbound international flight to Cairo, Egypt. Let the vacation begin!
DAY 2 | SATURDAY ● Welcome to EGYPT
  • Welcome to Cairo, one of Africa's biggest cities, referred to as "the cradle of civilization" because it is the first place where complex urban centers grew. Cairo is home to over 20 million inhabitants. After Passport Control, our local representative will meet and greet us, assist with our luggage and transfer us to our hotel with fantastic views of the River Nile en route. Enjoy a leisure afternoon to relax and become accustomed to the time change and climate, take a stroll, or visit sights nearby.
  • In the afternoon, we will take on a half-day Egypt city tour with a visit to the Egyptian Museum of archaeological pieces dating back as 3000 BC, followed by a visit to the Souk.
  • In the hotel, we will enjoy a lively Sip & Social Dinner as we confirm our daily travel itinerary and summarize the wonderful journey that awaits us in Egypt.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Marriott brand or similar
  • Meals: Dinner
DAY 3 | SUNDAY ● Cairo City Tour ● Luxor ● Nile Cruise
  • Begin the day with breakfast in the hotel, then it's off to explore the ancient sites of Cairo. We'll head out for the Pyramid of Chephren, the Pyramid of Cheops (also known as the Great Pyramid or Khufu), and the Pyramid of Mykerinos with lunch. Then on to the Sphinx, the colossal one-piece sandstone man-headed lion-bodied statue. From there, continue to Memphis, the capital of Old Kingdom; and later, to Sakkara to visit the Pyramid, the first monumental stone structure in Ancient Egypt escorted by our Egyptologist guide.
  • In the afternoon, we will take a flight to Luxor. Upon arrival, we will transfer directly to our cruise ship, in a comfortable cabin with panoramic windows. Tonight, our guide will conduct an information session to walk us through what to expect for the remainder of the trip.
  • Dinner on the cruiseliner this evening.
  • Hotel: 5⭐Luxury Cruiseliner
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 4 | MONDAY ● Nile Cruise (Luxor ● Esna)
  • Today, we can visit the Luxor Temples, Karnak Temples, Thebes, Valley of Kings, Valley of the Queens and the Collossi of Memnon. After we return to the boat to wind down, we start our sail to Esna in the afternoon, where we pass through the locks on the River Nile, for a small scale canal-crossing experience.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Luxury Cruiseliner
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 5 | TUESDAY ● Nile Cruise (Kom Ombo ● Edfu)
  • This morning, we will tour the stunning Temple of Horus in Edfu, considered one of the best preserved of all the Egyptian temples. The temple is dedicated to the falcon god Horus, the son of Isis and Osiris, as its extravagant design and sheer size is an indication of the country's prosperity at the time. Later, we visit the imposing Greco-Roman Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to Horus, the Sky God, and Sobek, the Crocodile God as we observe the fascinating detailed reliefs on the walls.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Luxury Cruiseliner
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 6 | WEDNESDAY ● Nile Cruise (Aswan)
  • As you are having breakfast aboard the boat, we will continue up the Nile to Aswan, one of the most mesmerizing towns on the Nile. Upon arrival, we will enjoy a full day excursion, including a Felucca sailing on the Nile and a visit to the Temple of Philae, High Dam, and the Unfinished Obelisk site.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Luxury Cruiseliner
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 7 | THURSDAY ● Aswan ● Disembark ● Flight to Cairo
  • After breakfast in the morning, we will later transfer to Aswan Airport in the afternoon for a flight to Cairo. The afternoon is yours to enjoy independent interests.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Marriott brand or similar
  • Meals: Breakfast
DAY 8 | FRIDAY ● Leisure Cairo Day ● Flight to USA
  • After taking your breakfast, today is yours to enjoy at leisure before we meet in the evening for our Farewell Egypt Social at the hotel or local restaurant. Later in the evening, we will board our international flight bound for Atlanta, GA.
  • Hotel: 5⭐ Marriott brand or similar
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 9 | SATURDAY ● Arrival in USA
  • Today, we arrive back into the United States of America after our international flight bound for Atlanta, GA.

Pumps & Passports reserves the right to change tour days or modify the itinerary as needed.


  • Travel Insurance - Trip Interruption/Cancellation, Lost Luggage & Out-of-Country Medical
  • Round-trip Transportation to U.S. departure point
  • Round-trip International airfare, taxes and surcharges from U.S. (for Land Only travelers)
  • Hospitality or VAT tax increases; it must be paid locally at the hotel
  • Fees for tourist entry visas ($25 cash), vaccinations, passport
  • International currency exchange fees
  • Airport /Hotel Transfers (Land Only travelers)
  • Optional or Add-on Excursions or Activities unless mentioned otherwise
  • Any excess baggage charges levied by airlines or operating providers
  • Beverages & Alcohol with meals
  • Hotel Incidentals/Charges such as phone calls, mini bar, room service, laundry, etc.
  • Increases in US $ or airfare / taxes / routing charges by the airlines for tickets
  • Items of a Personal Nature or Anything not mentioned as part of the trip itinerary
  • Gratuities for Guides, Drivers & Coordinators

Pumps & Passports reserves the right to change tour days or modify the itinerary as needed.


Passport Required

ABOUT EGYPT - Officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, Egypt is one of the world's first nation states and is considered the cradle of civilization. Located in Northern Africa, Egypt borders the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip and the Red Sea north of Sudan and includes the Asian Sinai Peninsula. Egypt is a vast desert plateau interrupted by the Nile valley with hot, dry temperatures. With over 97 million inhabitants, Egypt is the third most populous country in Africa. Islam is the official religion of Egypt and Arabic is its official language. In 2016, Egypt overtook South Africa to became Africa's second largest economy (after Nigeria).

ABOUT THE RIVER NILE - The world's longest north-flowing river of 4,132 miles in northeastern Africa, the Nile flows into the Mediterranean Sea. Egypt has relied on the Nile since ancient times, with most of the population living along the riverbanks or nearby. The River Nile is formed from two major tributaries, the White Nile and the Blue Nile. The river played had a vital role in the building of the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids, as the blocks of stone used for construction had to be transported by boat. In 1970, the Aswan High Dam was built, helping to control the yearly flooding of the River. Around half of Egypt’s population of 97 million people reside in the Nile Delta region. The largest city in this area is Alexandria, which has a population of over 6 million.

  1. ACTIVITY LEVEL - This vacation is rated as MODERATE. You must be in Good Physical Condition to participate in this trip, as there will be trekking distances on varied terrain and hot temperatures.
  2. VACCINATIONS - No vaccines are required for Egypt. However, kindly consult your personal physician, local health department, travel clinic, or immunization center about any vaccinations you may need to update for your travels, or others that may be personally recommended for you based on your age, health, and past vaccination history. www.cdc.gov.  Please note that Egypt has had some cases of Avian Influenza (“bird flu”). To help protect yourself, it is recommended that you avoid poultry farms and live animal markets and not consume undercooked eggs or poultry. Also, wash your hands often.
  3. VISA - A visa is REQUIRED and can be obtained for U.S. citizens upon entry into Egypt. The cost for a renewable single-entry 30-day tourist visa obtained at Egyptian airports is $25 USD per person in cash payment at Passport Control. A stamp-like visa will be applied to your U.S. passport. You must show proof of the entry stamp upon departure or may be denied exit if not provided to officials.
  4. PASSPORT REQUIREMENTS: You will need your original, signed passport valid for 6 months (March 2020) beyond your intended return date and proof of return travel.
  5. EGYPT WEATHER AND CLOTHING - April is a moderately hot month in Egypt, with the average high temperature is 95 °F (35 °C) and the average low temperature is 81 °F (27 °C). There is no rain in April, with about 13 hours average daily sunshine.
  6. ATTIRE IN EGYPT - Loose fitting cotton and natural fibers are appropriate for the required modest dress. It is appropriate to dress with more smart wear on the cruise boats in the evenings. It is inadvisable to wear army/fatique/combat type clothing or print. Wear plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses and a sunhat. In a Muslim country, you should respect their conservative values at all times, and not show any part of your shoulders, tummy or hips. Wear flat, comfortable shoes for our wonderful explorations of Egypt.
  7. FOOD AND WATER - Drinking water in Egypt is cool, safe and readily available everywhere, but it is not recommended to drink the water outside of Cairo. As a rule, stick to bottled water.
  8. TRAVEL CONDITIONS -Staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water and avoid sunburn by wearing sunscreen with a high SPF is extremely important. Our vacation is a combination of sightseeing and adventure activities, where we actively participate, as opposed to merely traveling as passive observers. PUMPS & PASSPORTS organizes vacations all over the world for women who want to experience an active vacation and meet new friends. On this trip, we may travel to geographic areas where, amongst other things, the standard of accommodation, transport, safety, hygiene, cleanliness, medical facilities, telecommunications and infrastructure development may not be of the standard you are accustomed to at home. Additionally, you may be exposed to ants, bugs, spiders, mosquitoes, geckos, lizards, other insects and small animals. You accept these risks and fully assume the risks of travel.
  9. ELECTRICITY, PHONE & INTERNET - Standard voltage in Egypt is 220V. Phone - Roaming charges vary depending on carrier. Consult with your provider prior to departure for rates and international package options. It is also possible to purchase a SIM card locally to avoid international charges. Complimentary wifi is available in public areas of hotel.
  10. CURRENCY - The Egyptian Pound is most widely accepted currency in Egypt. Keep a combination of small bills of 5’s, 10’s and 20’s. Small denominations on hand are always recommended for tips and expenses. Conversely, US $$ are accepted by a few hotels and merchants. Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted, and your bank card will work in most places.
  11. RECOMMENDED FIRST AID KIT - Prescription medicines currently taking, mosquito repellent bracelet band, oral re-hydration salts, painkillers and anti-inflammatory pills (aspirin, Tylenol), malaria medication, prescription antibiotics, anti-diarrhea medication, iodine tablets, antihistamines, antibacterial medicine, sunblock, aloe gel, thermometer, decongestant, throat lozenges, cough medicines, anti-fungal creams, bandages, safety pins, Q-tips, adhesive tapes, tweezers and sunglasses, a sun hat and sunblock.
  12. QUICK FACTS - Capital: Cairo; Language: Hebrew; Currency: Egyptian Pound (E£, EGP) ; Religion: 80% Jewish; Electricity: 220V; Time Zone: UTC+1; Telephone Country Code: +20; Calling USA: Dial 011 + (xxx) xxx-xxxx; Emergency numbers in Egypt: Police: 112; Fire Service: 125; Medical: 123.
  13. PASSENGER AIR INFORMATION - Your Airline Passenger Name should match EXACTLY the full name(s) listed in your passport, including middle name(s) or initial(s). Any discrepancy may result in airline cancellation, airline change fees, new and higher airfare and even denial of services.

Pumps & Passports reserves the right to change tour days or modify the itinerary as needed.


  • AGE - You must be at least 39 years of age to participate in this vacation.
  • MEETUP.com PROFILE - A PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ Meetup.com profile is required to travel with the group. Simply download the app or visit Meetup.com, search for a PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ group nearest you and click the “Join Us” button to create your profile. Your Meetup.com profile must display your front-facing profile photo and your real name for membership approval.
  • RESEARCH THE TRIP FOR YOURSELF & KNOW THE TRIP ITINERARYYou are responsible to read and fully understand this trip itinerary and the full Guidelines, Policies, Terms & Conditions to know the trip requirements, style of trip, view the accommodations, distance to popular landmarks, travel reservations and schedule, modes of transportation, trip routes, meals and excursions included, visa and vaccinations required, payment amounts, cancellation policy and deadlines, etc. PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ will not be responsible for any travelers’ failure to read the information nor for their assumption of what is or is not contained within the trip.
  • READ, READ, READ – All communication shared regarding the trip is important, whether sent by email, text or GroupMe. PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ attempts to go above and beyond to ensure you remain informed of all details pertaining to your trip. Please help ensure there is no breakdown in communication and read all communication that comes to you. Most inquiries received are answered in the trip brochure or previously shared in your Group.me communication.
  • In an effort to offer the group the best contracted group rates, our vacation packages and retreats are NON-REFUNDABLE. Any cancellation will result in a loss of payments made after 5 days, as funds are disbursed to travel suppliers who require deposits to secure their inventory. Therefore, the purchase of TRAVEL PROTECTION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. This trip IS TRANSFERABLE UPON APPROVAL of the member. It is recommended that you do not purchase airline tickets until trip minimum has been met.
  • Please note that if you cancel your reservation and have not purchased Travel Protection, you will lose ALL monies placed on the reservation, even if your reservation is paid in full. Travel insurance is a separate, third-party purchase from your vacation/trip package. Get your travel protection quote for your vacation here: TRAVEL INSURANCE QUOTE.

Read this trip's GUIDELINES, POLICIES, TERMS & CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL before signing up.

DEPOSITS | PAYMENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. Unused tour features are neither refundable nor exchangeable once the trip is in progress.

Pumps & Passports reserves the right to change tour days or modify the itinerary as needed.

Payment & Member Reward Programs

  • MONTHLY PAYMENT - PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ provides a convenient and affordable way to reserve your vacation with a low deposit. You pay the balance in MONTHLY installment payments. We accept payments through an Online Account Payment system by credit card, debit card, e-check, bank-to-bank money transfer and ACH. No cash, physical check or money order is ever accepted.
  • 5% OFF ONE TIME PAYMENT IN FULL DISCOUNT - We all like to save money...and especially when we're saving on vacation. Take advantage of the payment in full discount to receive a 5% reduction in your vacation package pricing when your balance is Paid In Full within seven (7) days of completing your online reservation. (Cannot be combined with any other discounts.)
  • REFER-A-FRIEND PROGRAM, Receive a $100 Referral Credit - Because we do appreciate your word-of-mouth referrals to the Social Group, we offer a Refer-A-Friend Program. When someone you refer joins you on the same trip and lists your name as the referral on their online reservation form, you receive a $100 referral credit after your referral and you pay the trip balance in full by the payment deadline date, minus your referral credit amount. Your $100 credit will be applied on the payment deadline date, after you have paid the remaining balance on time. Limit three (3) referrals per traveler.
  • FREQUENT TRAVELER Credit - Traveled with our Social Group previously? As a Travel Member with PUMPS & PASSPORTS™, you will earn a travel credit after you complete your first international destination with the group. Receive a $100 travel credit on your second PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ international trip when you pay that trip's balance by the payment deadline. This $100 travel credit applies to your second through sixth trip. After your 6th trip, you receive a $200 travel credit to all future trips you book.
  • (Must have completed paying for previous trips to receive the travel credits. Travel credit is not valid for trips in the U.S., Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean. Travel credit holds no monetary value. Travel credit is applied to the final $100 balance on your trip only.)


Is this an escorted tour? Yes. We will travel with a tour director, who will take care of us throughout our vacation. We will travel by plane, motor coach and ship to pre-selected sites, landmarks and destinations during our trip. That also means that morning departures will normally be at 9:00AM each day, but occasionally there could be an early morning departure

I want to relax on vacation. Can I do that on this tour? This group tour is a mix between sightseeing, cruising and being outdoors. So, if you love being active, meeting new people and seeing new things, then this will be a great trip for you. You will be able to enjoy relaxing "ME" time in the evenings when you return to the hotel, if you skip evening socializing activities with the group. If you want to relax on the beach in a resort-style vacation, there is definitely "down time" to relax on the beach for a few days at the end of our trip so you return home rejuvenated and refreshed, instead of being exhausted.

Can I do my own thing before and after the tour? Absolutely, you can! Our Social Group organizes travel for the group of women but it is by no means a 'must' to be with the group the entire trip. It is your vacation and you can choose to spend it as you like, as long as it does not inconvenience any of the other travel members. Our sisterhood of members travel together as friends, and we encourage you to be as free and independent as possible on your vacation. In the evenings, some of us may go out as a group for dinner, but if you have had enough 'group time' for the day, you can enjoy personal "Me" time to yourself. This is especially needed for people who are introverts and it completely understood. You may even choose to sit out on parts of the group tour and link up again later if you like. Please note that you are liable for the cost of any alternative activities you choose to undertake during your leave and you will not receive a refund for any unused services or food.

How do I make a reservation? You may lock your spot by clicking the link below to complete your reservation form online, on the phone, or in person at one of our Meetup.com Socials.

Are prices based on double occupancy? Yes, PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ vacation packages and retreats are always based on double occupancy; however, deposits are made individually. We do offer a Single Occupancy rate if you prefer a room to yourself. We do not offer triple or quad room accommodations as standard accommodations.

Can you help me secure a roommate if I cannot find one? Yes, many women who sign up for our vacation packages and retreats come alone. PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ is happy to arrange a RoomShare Match upon request, but cannot guarantee one will always be available; neither does PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ guarantee compatibility. We match roommates after the payment deadline date. If we do not have a roommate match for you, you will be required to pay an additional supplement rate for single room occupancy.

I enjoy my personal space. Can I have a room to myself? Yes, the price is higher for a single occupancy and it can be organized. Please look for the additional single occupancy rate at the pricing area.

How do I pay for the trip and what form of payment do you accept? We have various payment options available including credit card, debit card, e-check, bank-to-bank money transfer and ACH; however, no cash, check or money order is ever accepted. An invoice will be emailed to you to pay your initial deposit and subsequent monthly payments. You will receive an updated Account Statement after each payment.

Should I insure my trip and how much does it cost? Proof of out-of-country medical insurance is required to travel with Pumps & Passport. Travel protection coverage is short term insurance intended to protect against “unexpected” travel-related expenses and emergencies, such as cancellation, interruption, medical expenses, evacuation, loss or delay. Travel insurance is highly recommended. You may receive a travel protection quote for your trip here: Travel Protection Quote

Who travels with PUMPS & PASSPORTS™? Women from across the U.S., 39 and older with professional jobs and careers and varied interests and backgrounds travel with the group. Travel Members are doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, nurses, H.R. practitioners, accountants, real estate agents, financial services, mortgage banking, education and healthcare professionals, just to name a few. Members are married and single traveling alone, empty nesters ready to live life again, grandmothers and friends traveling together. Many are new to travel; others are experienced, and a growing number are repeat travelers.

What is the personality of the group? PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ strongly promotes positivity among women who desire to connect, engage, travel and explore the world with us. Faithful monthly members of our social group love to connect. Additionally, we attract friendly women who have positive regard and respect for others who are not members but open to making new friends. Our policy is very clear regarding Zero Tolerance for negative attitudes, rudeness, drunkenness, griping, cattiness, profanity, self-centeredness, smoking, etc.

With that being stated, some personalities simply will not fit in comfortably in a group travel environment. If you cannot display positive regard toward others, are unwilling to follow instruction from others or obey the customs of another country or enjoy an independent travel experience without restriction of having to be in a certain place at a certain time, our trips will not be a good fit for you.

***PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ reserves the right to accept, decline or decline to retain any Travel Member based on character, temperament, an uncooperative nature, health, physical readiness, suitability for the adventure, and non-compliance with the trip’s Group Guidelines, Policies, Terms & Conditions.

Can I arrive a day early or extend my stay? Yes, you are welcome to extend your stay; however, it will not be included as part of this trip's package.

If I have additional questions before I complete my online reservation, can I speak with someone? Yes, we courage you to read the trip's Group Guidelines, Policies, Terms & Conditions thoroughly also, since the majority of questions are answered there. Alternatively, we have support staff who are happy to oblige your inquiries at any time leading up to your trip. Dial our business line: (888) 367-9543 or the contact number contained within the Welcome email you received regarding your trip.



PUMPS & PASSPORTS™, a national women's empowerment Meetup group, supports women over 40 who desire to connect, engage, travel and explore the world.

Started in 2014, PUMPS & PASSPORTS™ was founded to answer the call of women around the country with a growing impulse for connection, as empty nesters realize that life does not end after the kids leave home. Women who join our Social Group are intent on making time for themselves to celebrate and live life to the fullest. Our Social Group’s aim is to support women in forging genuine friendships and unite in our desire and love to travel. What has developed is an opportunity to see the world in a community of sisterhood.

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