Swiss Family Luxury Adventure

13 Day Trip
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Per Day Budget $ 902
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  • Climb “The Rock” on the Rhine Falls - the largest waterfall in Europe
  • Take a private chocolate making workshop with an artisan chocolatier for kids in Lucerne.
  • Enjoy a guided tour of old and new Zurich and see how this beautiful city has transformed itself over time, while keeping the old charm alive.
  • Explore the best of Bern, the capital (and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site) with a private guide.
  • Visit the Lavaux vineyard and sample its outstanding wine. Learn all about cheese making at Gruyeres, and genjoy and afternoon of kayaking with the kids on Lake Brienz.

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  • Itinerary Summary

    Day 1 : Arrival in Zurich
    Upon arrival into Zurich airport, you will be met by your driver just outside of the baggage claim. Transfer to Zurich city center (25 mins.), check in at Hotel Storchen on the Limmat. Dinner at your hotel.

    Accommodation: Hotel Zum Storchen

    Meals: Dinner

    Day 2 : Rhine Falls & Zurich City

    Morning visit to the Rheinfalls –the largest waterfalls in Europe, where at peaks times more than 900,000 liters of water/second pass over the falls. Boat ride to the mighty rock in the middle of the falls, that has withstood the elements for a thousand years (in a specially designed white water boat). Virtually in the middle of the waterfall, you can stand on on platforms that jut out and partially hover over the Rhine. Lunch at the 14th century Schloss Wörth overlooking the falls.

    After visit to Zurich City – Guided excursion, options include cultural tour – old & new Zurich, Museum visits, Zurich Thermal Baths – housed in a historic brewery, with rooftop pools overlooking Zurich, or a swim in one of the local “Badis” swimming clubs on the Limmat River Followed by tea and chocolate cake at Café Sprüngli of Lindt Chocolate family fame. Dinner at Veltinerkeller. “The” address for classic refined Swiss Cuisine, served in the traditional dining rooms adorned with carved pine and local antiques.

    Accommodation: Hotel Zum Storchen

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

    Day 3 : Lucerne - Mont Pilatus - Chocolate Making

    Day trip to Lucerne (50 mins. each way), morning trip up to Mont Pilatus, a half-day excursion involving a boat trip, the cogwheel railway, aerial cableway and panorama gondolas. The world’s steepest cog wheel railway runs from Alpnachstad through the woods, fields and walls of rock on a maximum 48 percent climb. Gondola rail and a cableway on the north side unite Kriens with Pilatus Kulm. On top the kids can enjoy the ropes park and the alpine toboggan slide, followed by lunch overlooking Lake Lucerne.

    Late afternoon spent exploring the historic city centre on foot with a local guide. See all the important sights or finish the day with a private chocolate making workshop and tasting with an artisan chocolate maker. Return to Zurich.

    Accommodation: Hotel Zum Storchen

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 4 : Bern Medieval city - Paul Klee Museum and Children’s Painting Atelier

    Depart Zurich for Lausanne stopping in Bern (1.5h), the UNESCO World Heritage site and capital of Switzerland, explore the boutiques, cafés, and restaurants in the colonnades and platz of Bern on foot, or visit The Paul Klee Museum, the world’s largest collection of works by the artist Paul Klee, the Bauhaus Master, with its unique children’s painting atelier. Or visit the Swiss houses of parliament (when not in session). Lunch in Bern; transfer to Vevey (1h 15m), check-in at your lake front hotel on Lac Leman.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel du Lac

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Day 5 : Chateau Chillon & Lavaux UNESCO Vineyards

    Morning guided visit to the Château de Chillon, this rocky islet on Lake Geneva has been occupied since the Bronze Age for strategic reasons.

    The castle as it is today dates from the 13th century, and was built by the House of Savoy to control the passage along Lake Geneva. The fortress was also used as an arsenal, prison, and temporary residence of the Dukes of Savoy.

    Lunch and afternoon in the Lavaux vineyards; tasting at a local Caveau des Vignerons, Epesses & Cully. The Lavaux terraced vineyards cascading into Lac Leman, nearly 1000 hectares of grape vines, the densest concentration of viticulture in Switzerland. Dedicated a UNESCO Heritage site in 2007, these dry-stone walls have been used to grow wine since the 11th century. For children, the Lavaux Express, assists with the hiking between caves.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel du Lac

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Day 6 : Montreux & Rocher de Naye Railway

    From Montreux, the small historic rack-rail train takes you to nearly 2,000m in altitude, above the cliffs and forests overlooking Lac Leman offering a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. The cogwheel train connects Montreux to Rochers-de-Naye (2,042 m) in 55 minutes. Guided hiking or tandem paragliding down to the lake; also possible to attempt the Via Ferrata, a secured climbing route for all levels; guided with a Swiss UIAGM Mountain guide.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel du Lac

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 7 : Cheese Making - Gruyères - Cailler Chocolate Factory

    Morning visit to a local “fromagerie” for a cheese making demonstration and tasting, in the Saananland, Switzerlands most bucolic landscape, grazing cows and the impossibly green countryside. Morning walk to the Plan de l’Ouge Family Farm & alpage, and visit to their small organic dairy and cheese making facility, demonstration depending on time of day.

    The Etivaz cheese is produced high up in the mountains, at an altitude of 1000 - 2000m only during the summering season, in copper cauldrons over a wood fire, in an area strictly limited to the Pays d’Enhaut.

    Continue on to Gruyères, in the midst of the Fribourg green pre-Alpine foothills, the castle, towers above the medieval town. Visit to the old village and castle. Afternoon visit to the legendary chocolate house Maison Caillier, in nearby Broc, for a factory tour, and transfer to Interlaken (1h 25mins.)

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel Victoria Jungfrau

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 8 : Ballenberg Open Air Museum & Lake Brienz

    Ballenberg Open air Museum. With more than 100 original century-old buildings, historical gardens and fields, and demonstrations of typical crafts, Ballenberg creates a vivid impression of rural life in bygone days. The village comes to life with authentic cultivation of plants, 250 domestic farm animals and the craftsmen and farmers who work with traditional methods and offer many hands-on experiences for guests. Optional side trip to the village of Brienz – the center of woodworking and carving in Switzerland; also the home to the Swiss Cuckoo Clocks.

    Afternoon sea kayak on Lake Brienz, visit the beautiful cliffs on the north shore of the lake, the old 12th century Ringgenberg castle and hidden beaches along the way.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel Victoria Jungfrau

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 9 : Jungfrau Mountain Excursion

    1st class train Lauterbrunnen to the Jungfraujoch 3454m, highest train in Europe. At the top of the Jungfraujoch the glass Sphinx observation hall provides a view of the glaciers in any weather. The Aletsch glacier is directly at the foot of this observation platform, at 22km in length, the longest glacier in the Alps also belongs to the Alpine UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Stop at the Eigerwand station situated just behind the famous north wall of the Eiger at 2,865 metres, there is an observation point drilled through the north wall of the Eiger. In the train's early years, the observation point was secured by a fence. Today, the observation point is safe behind windows – comfortably affording an unusual view of the Kleine Scheidegg, Männlichen, Grindelwald and all the way to the Thuner See.

    Before descending back to Interlaken, take the short drive up the narrow Lauterbrunnen valley that, with its 72 waterfalls, which has been called Switzerland’s Yosemite. Visit to the Trümmelbach Waterfalls, the world's only glacier waterfalls that are accessible underground by lift, galleries, tunnels, paths and platforms.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel Victoria Jungfrau

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 10 : Jungfrau to the Matterhorn

    Morning transfer –or- scenic helicopter ride to Zermatt. Leave the Bernese Oberland behind and cross through the mountains (literally on a car train) to the Wallis Kanton of Switzerland and up the mighty Mattertal Valley to Zermatt, home of the iconic Matterhorn. Check-in at your hotel and rest & relax in the Spa.

    Accommodation: Mont Cervin Palace

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 11 : Glacier Ice Cave/Klein Matterhorn - Adventure Ropes Course

    Cable car ride to the Klein Matterhorn (Small Matterhorn) 3883m – the highest lift in Europe. On top the views stretch from France to Italy and back to Switzerland, with the imposing Matterhorn at eye level. The glacier connecting the Klein Matterhorn and the Breithorn also accommodates a Glacier Palace, where you can safely explore the inside of a glacier, 15 meters under the surface.

    Summer skiing on the glacier is also an option. Descend back to Furi for lunch lunch at Zum See - in our opinion the best mountain restaurant in the world! The restaurant occupies a three-story wooden house that dates back to the 16th century. Inside, there’s a snug dining room with low ceilings, tiny windows, and, on a shelved sideboard, an arsenal of glistening fruit tarts and rare Swiss and Italian wines.

    Outside, the seating sprawls from a stone patio out into a kind of tiered plaza amid the barns. After a long lunch in the sun descend to town via the Gornergorge, where a secured path with galleries and wooden bridges leads through the deeply eroded glacial gorge. Finish the day at the extensive Forest Fun Park (supervised ropes course) in town.

    Accommodation: Mont Cervin Palace

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Day 12 : Gornergrat Train - Wildlife Viewing - Matterhorn Museum

    More than 20 gigantic 4,000-metre-high peaks surround the rocky ridge between the Findelen and Gornergletscher, at 1,500 metres above Zermatt. For over a century a cog railway has made its way here – and still does today. Morning train ride on the historic Gornergrat cog railway (Europe’s highest open-air cog railway built in 1898) direct from Zermatt to the summit of the Gornergrat, with a vertical climb of 1,469 metres. The line leads over dramatic bridges, through galleries and tunnels, across forests of larch and Swiss stone pine, and past rocky ravines and mountain lakes. Spend the morning on an ibex hunt, quietly scanning the cliffs for local wildlife, then descend on foot to the Riffalp for an on mountain fondue lunch; afternoon visit to the Matterhorn Museum to learn more about the history of the alpine valley and alpinism.

    Accommodation: N/A

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Day 13 : Departure

    Transfer to ZRH – Zurich International Airport for departure (3h 40mins).

    Accommodation: N/A

    Meals: N/A

  • Duration
    13 days
    Difficulty
    Easy
    Primary Activities
    Adventure Activities
    No. of travellers
    Min. 2
    Other Activities
    Culture and History
    Children Allowed
    Yes
  • Comfort
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    Super luxury

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    Luxury

    Luxury Hotels meet the standards of most well-known 5-star hotel brands around the world, and include premium accommodations and amenities. In some cases our Luxury category overlaps with the "boutique" hotels, many of which are equally luxurious and accommodating.

    Boutique

    Boutique hotels are typically smaller, or independently owned hotels that offer top-end service and amenities equivalent to luxury providers. Boutique hotels often differentiate themselves from bigger hotel brands through their unique character, location, or history.

    Glamping

    Glamping (short for “glamorous camping”) and lodges denotes outdoor-focused accommodations that combine the best of nature with a designer / comfort angle in mind, so customers can get the best of both worlds.

    Camping

    Camping refers to a wide range of tented accommodation, which will most likely apply to outdoor / adventure trips like trekking, hiking, etc.

    Others

  • Price Details (per person)

    High Season Mar to Nov $ 11,720 $ 902 per day
    Low Season Dec to Feb $ 11,720 $ 902 per day

    * All Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Some savings may be available for larger groups.

Cost Includes
VIP arrival & departure transfers from ZRH Zurich, assistance with luggage and customs
• 12 nights luxury accommodation, double occ. and all taxes
• 3 nights Hotel Storchen 4*, Family 2 bedroom suite,1 king sized bed, 2 x twin beds, 2 bathrooms, small sitting area, view
over the medieval city of Zurich
• 3 nights Grand Hotel du Lac 5*, Vevey. 2 x "Deluxe rooms" with King or twin beds, overlooking lake Geneva and the
majestic French alps (27 to 36m²). Balcony or terrace.
• 3 nights Grand Hotel Victoria Jungfrau 5*, Interlaken. 2 x Deluxe Junior Suites connecting, 40m2 with a sitting area, and
view to the Jungfrau Mountains
• 3 nights Mont Cervin Palace 5*, Zermatt. 1 x Alpine Junior Suite Matterhorn view (50m2 Lounge, large bathroom with
separate shower and detached WC, south facing balcony with view of the Matterhorn). connecting to 1 x Alpine Superior
room (34 - 37m2 with lounge and view of the Mischabel Mountains)
• Breakfast all days
• Meet & greet with Epic Europe: over view of trip, maps, itinerary, etc.
• Day 2: Private guided day tour to the Rhine Falls: VIP transfer Baur au Lac to Rhine Falls & return, entrance to the water falls, and
boat ride to the “rock. Afternoon private guided tour of Zurich (2h)
• Day 3: Private guided day tour to Lucerne: VIP transfer Hotel Storchen to Lucerne & return, Round trip tickets on the Pilatus cog
railway, afternoon private tour of the old city of Lucern (90 mins, or private chocolate making workshop and tasting (90 mins.)
• Day 4: VIP transfer Zurich – Lausanne, with stop in Bern en-route. Private guided day tour to Bern: Private tour of the UNESCO
medieval city (2 hours) + visit to the Paul Klee Museum + children’s painting atelier-optional
• Day 5: VIP guided day tour Montreux/Lavaux: VIP transfer Lausanne – Montreux, private guided tour of Chateau Chillon, VIP
transfer to Lavaux vineyards, afternoon guided tour and tastings in the Lavaux vineyards, return transfer to Lausanne
• Day 6: VIP guided tour to Rocher de Naye: VIP transfer to Montreux and return, round trip train pass to the Rocher de Naye
Summit, guided hiking - or Via Ferrata
• Day 7: VIP guided day tour to the Saanenland and Gruyeres, private driver for the day, cheese making demonstration and tasting
at an authentic fromagerie, visit to the medieval village of Gruyeres and visit to the Cailler Chocolate Museum.
• Day 8: VIP guided day tour to the Jungfrau Mountains, VIP transfers, train passes and lift access as required. Opportunities
include roundtrip train to Jungfruajoch and return, cable car to Grindlewalk First for Tyrolien Travers and Mountain scooters,
hiking, mountain biking – the choice is up to you. Afternoon visit to the Trummelbach Waterfalls.
• Day 9: VIP guided day tour to Brienz, VIP transfers throughout, entrance to the Ballenberg Open Air Museum, optional visit to the
Wood working school and museum in Brienz. Late afternoon kayak trip on Lake Brienz, including instruction and all equipment
• Day 10: VIP transfer Interlaken to Zermatt
• Day 11: VIP guided day trip: Round trip cable car from Zermatt – Klein Matterhorn and return, entrance to the Glacier Palace, visit
to the Gornergorge and afternoon unlimited at the Forest Ropes Park Zermatt.
• Day 12: VIP guided excursion to the Gornergrat summit: round trip train from Zermatt to the Gornergrat 3135m & return, guided
hiking and wildlife walk on top. Visit to the Matterhorn alpine history museum, Zermatt
• All lift passes, train tickets, entrance fees and transfers as described in itinerary
• Epic Europe on-site assistance and concierge services
• Emergency helicopter evacuation insurance – to closest Swiss hospital, no repatriation
• All taxes
Cost Excludes
• Flights
• Lunches & Dinners + accompanying beverages
• Additional services not mentioned in itinerary: massage, local taxis, drinks and meals on your own
Day 1 : Arrival in Zurich
Upon arrival into Zurich airport, you will be met by your driver just outside of the baggage claim. Transfer to Zurich city center (25 mins.), check in at Hotel Storchen on the Limmat. Dinner at your hotel.
Day 2 : Rhine Falls & Zurich City

Morning visit to the Rheinfalls –the largest waterfalls in Europe, where at peaks times more than 900,000 liters of water/second pass over the falls. Boat ride to the mighty rock in the middle of the falls, that has withstood the elements for a thousand years (in a specially designed white water boat). Virtually in the middle of the waterfall, you can stand on on platforms that jut out and partially hover over the Rhine. Lunch at the 14th century Schloss Wörth overlooking the falls.

After visit to Zurich City – Guided excursion, options include cultural tour – old & new Zurich, Museum visits, Zurich Thermal Baths – housed in a historic brewery, with rooftop pools overlooking Zurich, or a swim in one of the local “Badis” swimming clubs on the Limmat River Followed by tea and chocolate cake at Café Sprüngli of Lindt Chocolate family fame. Dinner at Veltinerkeller. “The” address for classic refined Swiss Cuisine, served in the traditional dining rooms adorned with carved pine and local antiques.

Day 3 : Lucerne - Mont Pilatus - Chocolate Making

Day trip to Lucerne (50 mins. each way), morning trip up to Mont Pilatus, a half-day excursion involving a boat trip, the cogwheel railway, aerial cableway and panorama gondolas. The world’s steepest cog wheel railway runs from Alpnachstad through the woods, fields and walls of rock on a maximum 48 percent climb. Gondola rail and a cableway on the north side unite Kriens with Pilatus Kulm. On top the kids can enjoy the ropes park and the alpine toboggan slide, followed by lunch overlooking Lake Lucerne.

Late afternoon spent exploring the historic city centre on foot with a local guide. See all the important sights or finish the day with a private chocolate making workshop and tasting with an artisan chocolate maker. Return to Zurich.

Day 4 : Bern Medieval city - Paul Klee Museum and Children’s Painting Atelier

Depart Zurich for Lausanne stopping in Bern (1.5h), the UNESCO World Heritage site and capital of Switzerland, explore the boutiques, cafés, and restaurants in the colonnades and platz of Bern on foot, or visit The Paul Klee Museum, the world’s largest collection of works by the artist Paul Klee, the Bauhaus Master, with its unique children’s painting atelier. Or visit the Swiss houses of parliament (when not in session). Lunch in Bern; transfer to Vevey (1h 15m), check-in at your lake front hotel on Lac Leman.

Day 5 : Chateau Chillon & Lavaux UNESCO Vineyards

Morning guided visit to the Château de Chillon, this rocky islet on Lake Geneva has been occupied since the Bronze Age for strategic reasons.

The castle as it is today dates from the 13th century, and was built by the House of Savoy to control the passage along Lake Geneva. The fortress was also used as an arsenal, prison, and temporary residence of the Dukes of Savoy.

Lunch and afternoon in the Lavaux vineyards; tasting at a local Caveau des Vignerons, Epesses & Cully. The Lavaux terraced vineyards cascading into Lac Leman, nearly 1000 hectares of grape vines, the densest concentration of viticulture in Switzerland. Dedicated a UNESCO Heritage site in 2007, these dry-stone walls have been used to grow wine since the 11th century. For children, the Lavaux Express, assists with the hiking between caves.

Day 6 : Montreux & Rocher de Naye Railway

From Montreux, the small historic rack-rail train takes you to nearly 2,000m in altitude, above the cliffs and forests overlooking Lac Leman offering a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. The cogwheel train connects Montreux to Rochers-de-Naye (2,042 m) in 55 minutes. Guided hiking or tandem paragliding down to the lake; also possible to attempt the Via Ferrata, a secured climbing route for all levels; guided with a Swiss UIAGM Mountain guide.

Day 7 : Cheese Making - Gruyères - Cailler Chocolate Factory

Morning visit to a local “fromagerie” for a cheese making demonstration and tasting, in the Saananland, Switzerlands most bucolic landscape, grazing cows and the impossibly green countryside. Morning walk to the Plan de l’Ouge Family Farm & alpage, and visit to their small organic dairy and cheese making facility, demonstration depending on time of day.

The Etivaz cheese is produced high up in the mountains, at an altitude of 1000 - 2000m only during the summering season, in copper cauldrons over a wood fire, in an area strictly limited to the Pays d’Enhaut.

Continue on to Gruyères, in the midst of the Fribourg green pre-Alpine foothills, the castle, towers above the medieval town. Visit to the old village and castle. Afternoon visit to the legendary chocolate house Maison Caillier, in nearby Broc, for a factory tour, and transfer to Interlaken (1h 25mins.)

Day 8 : Ballenberg Open Air Museum & Lake Brienz

Ballenberg Open air Museum. With more than 100 original century-old buildings, historical gardens and fields, and demonstrations of typical crafts, Ballenberg creates a vivid impression of rural life in bygone days. The village comes to life with authentic cultivation of plants, 250 domestic farm animals and the craftsmen and farmers who work with traditional methods and offer many hands-on experiences for guests. Optional side trip to the village of Brienz – the center of woodworking and carving in Switzerland; also the home to the Swiss Cuckoo Clocks.

Afternoon sea kayak on Lake Brienz, visit the beautiful cliffs on the north shore of the lake, the old 12th century Ringgenberg castle and hidden beaches along the way.

Day 9 : Jungfrau Mountain Excursion

1st class train Lauterbrunnen to the Jungfraujoch 3454m, highest train in Europe. At the top of the Jungfraujoch the glass Sphinx observation hall provides a view of the glaciers in any weather. The Aletsch glacier is directly at the foot of this observation platform, at 22km in length, the longest glacier in the Alps also belongs to the Alpine UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Stop at the Eigerwand station situated just behind the famous north wall of the Eiger at 2,865 metres, there is an observation point drilled through the north wall of the Eiger. In the train's early years, the observation point was secured by a fence. Today, the observation point is safe behind windows – comfortably affording an unusual view of the Kleine Scheidegg, Männlichen, Grindelwald and all the way to the Thuner See.

Before descending back to Interlaken, take the short drive up the narrow Lauterbrunnen valley that, with its 72 waterfalls, which has been called Switzerland’s Yosemite. Visit to the Trümmelbach Waterfalls, the world's only glacier waterfalls that are accessible underground by lift, galleries, tunnels, paths and platforms.

Day 10 : Jungfrau to the Matterhorn

Morning transfer –or- scenic helicopter ride to Zermatt. Leave the Bernese Oberland behind and cross through the mountains (literally on a car train) to the Wallis Kanton of Switzerland and up the mighty Mattertal Valley to Zermatt, home of the iconic Matterhorn. Check-in at your hotel and rest & relax in the Spa.

Day 11 : Glacier Ice Cave/Klein Matterhorn - Adventure Ropes Course

Cable car ride to the Klein Matterhorn (Small Matterhorn) 3883m – the highest lift in Europe. On top the views stretch from France to Italy and back to Switzerland, with the imposing Matterhorn at eye level. The glacier connecting the Klein Matterhorn and the Breithorn also accommodates a Glacier Palace, where you can safely explore the inside of a glacier, 15 meters under the surface.

Summer skiing on the glacier is also an option. Descend back to Furi for lunch lunch at Zum See - in our opinion the best mountain restaurant in the world! The restaurant occupies a three-story wooden house that dates back to the 16th century. Inside, there’s a snug dining room with low ceilings, tiny windows, and, on a shelved sideboard, an arsenal of glistening fruit tarts and rare Swiss and Italian wines.

Outside, the seating sprawls from a stone patio out into a kind of tiered plaza amid the barns. After a long lunch in the sun descend to town via the Gornergorge, where a secured path with galleries and wooden bridges leads through the deeply eroded glacial gorge. Finish the day at the extensive Forest Fun Park (supervised ropes course) in town.

Day 12 : Gornergrat Train - Wildlife Viewing - Matterhorn Museum

More than 20 gigantic 4,000-metre-high peaks surround the rocky ridge between the Findelen and Gornergletscher, at 1,500 metres above Zermatt. For over a century a cog railway has made its way here – and still does today. Morning train ride on the historic Gornergrat cog railway (Europe’s highest open-air cog railway built in 1898) direct from Zermatt to the summit of the Gornergrat, with a vertical climb of 1,469 metres. The line leads over dramatic bridges, through galleries and tunnels, across forests of larch and Swiss stone pine, and past rocky ravines and mountain lakes. Spend the morning on an ibex hunt, quietly scanning the cliffs for local wildlife, then descend on foot to the Riffalp for an on mountain fondue lunch; afternoon visit to the Matterhorn Museum to learn more about the history of the alpine valley and alpinism.

Day 13 : Departure

Transfer to ZRH – Zurich International Airport for departure (3h 40mins).

Cost of the entire itinerary

High Season Mar to Nov $ 11,720 $ 902 per day
Low Season Dec to Feb$ 11,720 $ 902 per day
Cost Includes
VIP arrival & departure transfers from ZRH Zurich, assistance with luggage and customs
• 12 nights luxury accommodation, double occ. and all taxes
• 3 nights Hotel Storchen 4*, Family 2 bedroom suite,1 king sized bed, 2 x twin beds, 2 bathrooms, small sitting area, view
over the medieval city of Zurich
• 3 nights Grand Hotel du Lac 5*, Vevey. 2 x "Deluxe rooms" with King or twin beds, overlooking lake Geneva and the
majestic French alps (27 to 36m²). Balcony or terrace.
• 3 nights Grand Hotel Victoria Jungfrau 5*, Interlaken. 2 x Deluxe Junior Suites connecting, 40m2 with a sitting area, and
view to the Jungfrau Mountains
• 3 nights Mont Cervin Palace 5*, Zermatt. 1 x Alpine Junior Suite Matterhorn view (50m2 Lounge, large bathroom with
separate shower and detached WC, south facing balcony with view of the Matterhorn). connecting to 1 x Alpine Superior
room (34 - 37m2 with lounge and view of the Mischabel Mountains)
• Breakfast all days
• Meet & greet with Epic Europe: over view of trip, maps, itinerary, etc.
• Day 2: Private guided day tour to the Rhine Falls: VIP transfer Baur au Lac to Rhine Falls & return, entrance to the water falls, and
boat ride to the “rock. Afternoon private guided tour of Zurich (2h)
• Day 3: Private guided day tour to Lucerne: VIP transfer Hotel Storchen to Lucerne & return, Round trip tickets on the Pilatus cog
railway, afternoon private tour of the old city of Lucern (90 mins, or private chocolate making workshop and tasting (90 mins.)
• Day 4: VIP transfer Zurich – Lausanne, with stop in Bern en-route. Private guided day tour to Bern: Private tour of the UNESCO
medieval city (2 hours) + visit to the Paul Klee Museum + children’s painting atelier-optional
• Day 5: VIP guided day tour Montreux/Lavaux: VIP transfer Lausanne – Montreux, private guided tour of Chateau Chillon, VIP
transfer to Lavaux vineyards, afternoon guided tour and tastings in the Lavaux vineyards, return transfer to Lausanne
• Day 6: VIP guided tour to Rocher de Naye: VIP transfer to Montreux and return, round trip train pass to the Rocher de Naye
Summit, guided hiking - or Via Ferrata
• Day 7: VIP guided day tour to the Saanenland and Gruyeres, private driver for the day, cheese making demonstration and tasting
at an authentic fromagerie, visit to the medieval village of Gruyeres and visit to the Cailler Chocolate Museum.
• Day 8: VIP guided day tour to the Jungfrau Mountains, VIP transfers, train passes and lift access as required. Opportunities
include roundtrip train to Jungfruajoch and return, cable car to Grindlewalk First for Tyrolien Travers and Mountain scooters,
hiking, mountain biking – the choice is up to you. Afternoon visit to the Trummelbach Waterfalls.
• Day 9: VIP guided day tour to Brienz, VIP transfers throughout, entrance to the Ballenberg Open Air Museum, optional visit to the
Wood working school and museum in Brienz. Late afternoon kayak trip on Lake Brienz, including instruction and all equipment
• Day 10: VIP transfer Interlaken to Zermatt
• Day 11: VIP guided day trip: Round trip cable car from Zermatt – Klein Matterhorn and return, entrance to the Glacier Palace, visit
to the Gornergorge and afternoon unlimited at the Forest Ropes Park Zermatt.
• Day 12: VIP guided excursion to the Gornergrat summit: round trip train from Zermatt to the Gornergrat 3135m & return, guided
hiking and wildlife walk on top. Visit to the Matterhorn alpine history museum, Zermatt
• All lift passes, train tickets, entrance fees and transfers as described in itinerary
• Epic Europe on-site assistance and concierge services
• Emergency helicopter evacuation insurance – to closest Swiss hospital, no repatriation
• All taxes
Cost Excludes
• Flights
• Lunches & Dinners + accompanying beverages
• Additional services not mentioned in itinerary: massage, local taxis, drinks and meals on your own
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This duo team has spent the last 15 years in the Alps searching for new experiences in skiing, hiking and mountain-biking, just so they can share them with you. She is a champion freeride skier, an ace coach and a nature guide. He is one of the best Alpine guides in the world, has worked with top ski-photographers and filmmakers, and is equally passionate about mountain biking and hiking in summer. A team you can depend upon.

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