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Are you looking for a break to rest and restore?

Are you seeking connections in your alcohol-free life?

Are you craving adventure and
a new experience?

Are you yearning for something special just for you?

If YES then join Ellen for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure through India!

Working through the principles that underpin happy, healthy sober lives, we will work as a group to question, reflect, understand, grow, and develop TOGETHER.

With community at the heart of this trip. Join us, and meet incredible people, who just like you, have decided to question their relationship with alcohol to seek a greater connection with themselves and to feel better.

This trip is open to anyone who is sober or sober-curious. We can't wait to meet you there.

Ellen xx


See the Sights

  • Old Delhi Rickshaw Tour

  • Akshardham Temple Visit 

  • Gastronomical experience of Mughal cuisine

  • Sunrise and Sunset Tour of Taj Mahal and Red Fort in Agra 

  • Visit to world's largest step, en-route to Jaipur 

  • Visit to City Palace, Amber Fort, and a market tour in Jaipur 

  • Bollywood dance and henna sessions

  • Glamping, camel safari, village visit, and cultural dance show with dinner in the Thar Desert

  • Jaisalmer Boat Tour

  • Shopping Tours in Agra and Jaipur 


in the  Package

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  • 10 nights accommodation in a private room at all hotels

  • All domestic flights (from Jaipur to Jaisalmer, and Jaisalmer to Delhi) as well as domestic airport transfers

  • English speaking tour manager for all activities

  • All meals included


Package excludes:

Flights, travel insurance, extra nights if you choose to arrive early - leave later and further transport needs not included in the planned excursions

Interested in joining us in India but still have a few questions?

Enter your information below and we will be in touch


  • Who is it for?
    This is open to everybody in our FaceBook Community, no matter where you are on your sober journey.
  • What will we be discussing?
    Here are some questions we will talk about, so keep them in mind when youre reading (or listening) to the books. - Did you like the book? If yes, why? If not, why? - Did the book impact your mood? If so, how? - What lessons did you take away from it? - What are some of the passages that you underlined or that affected you? - Do you agree with the advice? - Did the book make you want to explore the subject more? - What practical steps do you think you'll implement in your life going forward? - Would you read it again or recommend it to others to read?
  • When is it?
    Last Friday of every month 4:30pm (CET) Paris Please click the link below to check the start time in the area you are in:
  • How do I join?
    By becoming a member of the Sobriety Sisterhood Private FaceBook Community
  • What books are we reading?
    30 June 2023 - Brene Brown 'The Gifts of imperfection' 28 July 2023 - Barry Michels, Phil Stutz 'The Tools'
  • What documents do I need to travel to India?
    You will need a valid passport and a Tourist e-visa for entry into India.
  • How can I get Tourist Visa?
    You can get a Tourist e-visa online. We will send you the detailed step-to-step file closer tot he date. The link is
  • Do I need to get any vaccinations before traveling to India?
    Covid-19 vaccine or the PCR Test is not mandatory to enter India. It is recommended to check with your healthcare provider about necessary vaccinations before traveling to India. Common vaccines include those for hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and tetanus.
  • Is it safe to drink tap water in India?
    It is advisable to drink bottled water or use a water purifier to ensure safe drinking water during your trip.
  • Are there any cultural customs or etiquette I should be aware of in India?
    Yes, India has a rich cultural heritage, and it is important to be respectful of local customs, such as removing shoes before entering temples and dressing modestly when visiting religious sites.
  • Is it safe to eat street food in India?
    While street food can be delicious, it is important to exercise caution. Look for clean and hygienic food stalls and avoid eating raw or uncooked food. Your Tour Manager will pick the safe options for you.
  • What are some popular Indian dishes I should try?
    Indian cuisine is diverse and delicious. Don't miss out on trying dishes like butter chicken, biryani, dosa, samosas, and various regional specialties.
  • Can I use my mobile phone in India?
    Yes, most international mobile phones work in India. It is recommended to check with your service provider regarding international roaming charges and options.
  • How should I handle money during my trip to India?
    It is advisable to carry a mix of cash and cards. Major cities have ATMs, and credit/debit cards are widely accepted. Inform your bank about your travel plans to avoid any issues with your cards.
  • Are there any specific dress codes to follow in India?
    It is best to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. Avoid revealing clothing and respect local customs.
  • Is it necessary to tip in restaurants and hotels in India?
    Tipping is not mandatory but is appreciated for good service. It is common to leave a 10% to 15% tip in restaurants and give a small tip to hotel staff.
  • Do I need to carry an electrical adapter for my electronics in India?
    India uses 230V power outlets, and the plugs have two round pins. If your devices use a different voltage or plug type, you will need a suitable adapter.
  • Are there any safety concerns I should be aware of in India?
    Like any travel destination, it's essential to stay vigilant and take precautions. Avoid isolated areas at night, be cautious of pickpockets, and follow any local advice regarding safety.
  • Is there WIFI connectivity on the trip?
    Yes, you will be always connected to wifi on this trip. All Hotels are equipped with WIFI and you will have access to network when you are on the drive from one city to the other.
  • What are some useful phrases to know in Hindi?
    Learning a few basic Hindi phrases can be helpful. Some useful phrases include "Namaste" (Hello), "Dhanyavad" (Thank you), "Kripya" (Please), and "Kitne ka hai?" (How much does it cost?).

About your host:



Ellen is a qualified nutritionist, fitness coach and behaviour change consultant.

She is the founder of Sobriety Sisterhood, helping and supporting women on their Sobriety journey.

She lives in France with her three children and many animals! 

Simon Chapple - Founder, BeSober

"I have known Ellen for over twenty years and personally witnessed her incredible journey of personal growth and transformation.

She is an incredible sobriety coach and has an infectious passion for helping women who are looking to make the changes that will allow them to thrive in life.

If you are looking for a coach who will keep you motivated and accountable at the same time as delivering the results you need then Ellen is the person to speak to"

Annie, Bali 2022

Ellen's sober retreat:
Highly recommended amazing self-care experience to complement anybody’s sobriety journey. A relaxing wonderful week in a beautiful location (Ubud) overlooking rice fields meeting new likeminded friends & gathering for daily morning sunrise yoga (no yoga experience necessary!).  Plenty of social connection over tasty meals and sharing circles. The range of well-being activities and their choice locations were fabulous for mind and body including waterfall walks, sound-baths, cooking and crafting and a great way to see beautiful Bali and the countryside. A real week of relaxation whilst resetting intentions and recharging the body but also helped by a huge range of obligatory spa treatments I undertook.  Who knew that travelling alone could be so much fun. I came back a different woman!  It was totally worth the investment in myself.

Melissa, Bali 2022

To say this Bali trip was transformational would be an understatement. Coming into it knowing nobody, I immediately felt comfortable with Ellen, Maree, and the group. The retreat was relaxing, healing, and supportive. I returned a better, more compassionate person with friends all over the globe. Bali is beautiful, Ellen is wonderful, and I wish I could re-live this retreat every day. 
She is the coach you need to motivate you and tell you that it’s all going to be okay.”

Please note: This retreat is not an alternative to therapy or medical detox treatment. If you are worried about your mental health or are in active addiction, please always see a doctor first before approaching a coach or booking a retreat through this site.

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