easy, no headache, great service ...tour guide was nice and honest ..even got a bottle water and small cake on the bus.
Mont Blanc is the highest peak in the Alps, and this customizable tour lets you experience it from all angles on a day trip from Geneva. Choose from a range of options including exploring Chamonix and Mont Blanc independently, riding the cogwheel railway to Montenvers, soaring to the summit of Aiguille du Midi on the cable car, and enjoying a delicious 3-course lunch in Chamonix.
Make your own way to the central bus station in Geneva to meet your guide. Traveling aboard an air-conditioned coach, set out on the scenic journey to Chamonix. After crossing the border into France, admire the views as you wind through the Alps, and look out for your first sighting of Mont Blanc as you arrive in Chamonix.
Depending on the tour option selected, either spend the day at your leisure in Chamonix, at the foot of Mont Blanc, or enjoy various activities. Options include a cable car ride to the summit of Aiguille du Midi; a cogwheel railway ride to Montenvers, where you can look out over the glaciers of Mer de Glace; and a scrumptious 3-course lunch at one of Chamonix’s traditional restaurants.
At the end of the day, meet back up with your guide for the return journey to Geneva.
Please note: The Aiguille du Midi is closed for annual maintenance from Nov. 6 to Dec. 15.
I was not at all surprised to find all these bad reviews. We had a shocking day with these people. Rude, incompetent and fraudulent in terms of taking money for a trip when they knew before we left that the train was closed for annual...More
We purchased the full day tour to Chamomix and Mont Blanc that was supposed to include a cable car trip to the top of Mont Blanc at Aiguille du Midi and a railway tour on Petit Train. Ten minutes in to the bus ride from...More
Please, do not book with this company! We paid for the Chamonix and Mont Blanc Day Trip with the Mer Des Glace ice caves and had a less than stellar experience. The tour guide (Neil) did not tell us the ice caves were closed until...More