With ever increasing numbers of (FIT) tourists travelling to Switzerland requiring more personal experiences, I thought it would be a wonderful idea to share my experiences of this enchanting country with inquisitive tourists who are keen to see the most amazing places here in a private/small group but also to show them the myriad of lakes, mountains, gorges, villages that are not in every brochure or website and which are Typically Swiss. Plus I enjoy showcasing these places to people and at the same time, ensuring that they have an enjoyable time along the way so they feel the relaxed and looked after.
Visit one of the most beautiful areas in Switzerland and marvel at the stunning views of the Jungfrau, Mönch and Eiger.
Select from a plethora of god given natural elements including waterfalls and gorges in the breath-taking Lauterbrunnen valley.
Drive along the Brunig pass with an optional stop at Hergiswil Glasi, then if requested guests can enjoy Ballenberg – the swiss outdoor museum and then journey onto either the Aare Gorge where glacial water has cut a deep gorge into the limestone cliffs which is hardly more than a metre wide at it`s narrowest point.
Or for an alternative, visit the Rosenlaui glacier gorge which has been attracting visitors to the waterfalls and tunnels to see glacial water crash to valley below.
Close by are the mystical Reichenbach Falls where in the book Sherlock Holmes is said to have perished.
Brienz is a traditional swiss village best known for its wood carvings.
Lastly after a short drive, follow the path and find yourself under the world famous Giessbach falls. Have lunch here at the majestic Giessbach Hotel.
If time permits, we drive onto the Trummelbach Falls which are hidden inside a mountain from where visitors can see the mountain waters drain from the enormous glacial walls of the Eiger (3970m), Mönch (4099m) and Jungfrau (4158m) with up to a spectacular 20,000 litres of water per second.