Private Tours

When you opt for comfort and flexibility, our private tours are an excellent way to enjoy the country without the masses. Seeing Holland’s highlights within the privacy of your own group: a private driver, your own van, and pick-up at your hotel.

We developed several full day private tours for your convenience.

Discover the “Venice of the North”: Giethoorn and combine with Dutch folklore and windmills at the Zaanse Schans, or Volendam and Marken.

Take some time to get to know the beautiful city of Delft, famous for its canals, pottery, and Vermeer’s paintings, and end with the afternoon experiencing the windmills at UNESCO world heritage site Kinderdijk.

Finally, we offer a whole day following the history of WW2. Visiting former Nazi concentration camp “Kamp Vught” and the Airborne Museum, John Frost Bridge and the war cemetery in Arnhem.

All tours can of course be customized. Do you want to change the itinerary or add an extra stop? No problem!  And we are always game to discover new destinations: please contact us with your special destination requests and let us help plan your trip!

Giethoorn & Zaanse Schans

You will discover the Venice of the North “Giethoorn” by boat and on foot in the morning. We will visit our most beautiful open-air museum the Zaanse Schans in the afternoon: see windmills, waterlands, cheese makers, and clog factories up close, and learn about the region’s rich history!

Giethoorn, Volendam & Marken

In the morning we wander the narrow footpaths and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Giethoorn by boat. In the afternoon we visit the picturesque village of Volendam with a stop at a cheese and clog farm! We will sail to the ancient fishing villange Marken.

& Kinderdijk

Delft, with its canals, gables, and towers, is unique and beyond beautiful. A visit to the factory of the world-famous Delft Blue Pottery is included. IN the afternoon we will visit the 19 UNESCO world heritage windmills of Kinderdijk .  Enter a working mill and take a cruise for a better view from the water!

In the footsteps of WW II

We will visit the remainders of concentration camp “Kamp Vught” with its reconstructed watchtowers, barracks, crematorium, and children’s memorial. In the afternoon we will continue to Arnhem including a visit to the Airborne Museum, John Frost Bridge, and the war cemetery.