COMING SOON..... OUR FIRST PROPERTY GOES FULLY OPERATIONAL IN NOVEMBER 2018.  

Ours are not ordinary developments, and beVOYAGEUR’s philosophy for developments in all countries with which we partner is straightforward: Attendance is by Accountability.


OUR PHILOSOPHY

Those residing in the country — either foreign or local — working towards the advancement of those countries’ interests may apply to stay on our properties for a period of nights and only at the cost of cleaning And tipping staff as they see fit.

We want those serving the interests of our partner countries to have an escape to rest their minds, a place where they can reflect, relax and rejuvenate so that they may wake up and feel ever-more ready to go back into the trenches in service of others and the country in which they have chosen to live. 

Those that would simply like an escape are required to pay an overnight rate commensurate with the unmatched luxury, service and locations of our properties.  That fee helps us subsidize the cost of those mission-driven individuals who selflessly live their lives in service of others.  

In building our destination property developments, we have a policy of inclusion of locals and want to ensure that local farmers, villagers and land owners benefit as a result of their existence.  Depending on availability, our authentic kitchens only source food (fruits, vegetables and meat) and beverage products from local farmers and villagers, and we employ locals to tend to the farmland and agriculturally-oriented segments of our properties

PAST BEVOYAGEUR SUMMIT ATTENDEES ARE ENTITLED TO APPLY TO STAY ON OUR PROPERTIES AT THE COST OF CLEANING.


OUR FIRST PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT - JORDAN

The property is located on one of the highest mountaintops in a secluded area thirty minutes north of the most preserved Roman outpost in the world - in Jerash, where the Founder's family has lived for centuries.  It includes a state-of-the-art infinity pool, a rustic outdoor kitchen area, a ten-foot underground oven inspired by ancient bedouin cooking methodologies, four native pigeon lofts, a watering hole for the surrounding area’s livestock, and a four-bedroom home equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, modern renewable technologies and energy sources and a spa area authentic to the country’s past.  The farmland overlooks miles of mountains and ravines and is a testament to the agricultural prowess of the Jordanian people.  It grows olive, orange and apple trees, watermelon, cabbage, zucchini, cucumber, passion fruit, pear, chili, among other fruits and vegetables.  The stone paths throughout the farm originate from neighboring mountainsides, and the property offers guests a rare sense of serenity and peace in what is otherwise a bustling and slightly over-populated country.