With this private tour you will go to the largest tulip fields in the world! You will learn how the tulips grow and get to know all the insights of the business behind it while spending the morning around the colorful fields.
Your private guide will make sure that you have the best photo opportunities; take photos of the flowers by standing in the middle of them, see windmills and enjoy the best of the Dutch cultural landscape. You will end your day visiting a working windmill in Schermerhorn, before going back to Amsterdam by ancient reclaimed lands, so called polders.
You will start this unforgettable day with a visit to the world famous Keukenhof gardens, where you will walk and enjoy the most diverse flower exhibition.
After this enjoyable morning you can choose to go back to Amsterdam or to move forward into the most scenic drive along the tulip fields in Lisse. Your last stop will be the Haarlem - a delightful historical town which dates back to pre-medieval times. With its ancient buildings, cobbled streets and winding waterways, it’s one of the most photogenic places in the whole country.
This is the ultimate Dutch experience! During this private tour you will enjoy most of the Dutch landscape! You will cycle between the most colorful flower fields you can imagine. You will pass pristine towns like Alkmaar and the art village Bergen, cycle through stunning dunes, pass ancient windmills and dairy and flower farms. You will spend a day of leisure cycling, jumping on and off the bike wherever you want and you will have the best photo opportunities in and between the wonderful tulip fields.
This tour requires an average fitness of our guests and you should know how to cycle for some hours.
For those who refuse to go back home without seeing flowers in Holland, even if it's not the right season, we have a year round colorful suggestion.
During this private tour, you will visit the flower auction in Aalsmeer, where brokers deal with more than 21 million cut flowers and two million potted plants each day.
Then you will go to Edam. This charming village exists since the XIIth century and is sorted with fairytale-like little houses, canals and bridges and you will have lunch enjoying the view over them.
You will top your day when you visit a working windmill in Schermerhorn, before going back to Amsterdam by ancient polders.