Windmills at the Zaanse Schans Open Air Museum, Zaandam, Holland. Photo via Flickr:kismihok

Cheese market in Alkmaar, Holland. Photo via Flickr:Manuel
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Tour das Tulipas - 8 Dias

Holanda Passeio de Bicicleta e Barco

Navegue e Pedale entre Tulipas.

  • Um dos mais procurados passeios de bicicleta, este tour na Holanda durante a floração das tulipas oferece uma inesquecível experiência de beleza, cor e aromas. Quando começa a primavera e o sol banha esse pequeno e único país da Europa, milhões de bulbos de tulipas estão anciosos por brotar e inundar a Holanda com sua espetacular floração. A Holanda cultiva as tulipas por mais de 400 anos e hoje conta com uma incrível variedade de mais de 1200 tipos diferentes de tulipas que enchem os olhos e o coração de seus visitantes com uma alegria típica de uma festa de cores.

    Pontos altos do passeio:

    • Keukenhoff - o maior jardim do mundo
    • Aalsmeer - o mais famoso leilão de flores do mu
    • Leiden - cidade natal de Rembrandt
    • Haarlem - centro de cultura de flores
    • Gouda - queijo!
    • Moínhos de vento, tulipas, aromas, sabores e muito, muito mais.

    Veja nossa lista completa de passeios de bicicleta na Holanda

  • PREÇOS 2019

    Elodie
    Cabine Twin :  $ 1,294 $ 1725 $ 2,156 1145 NOK 10782 £ 973 kr 9953 Cabine Twin uso individual: solicitar
    Quo Vadis:
    Cabine Twin :  $ 1,452 $ 1936 $ 2,420 1285 NOK 12100 £ 1092 kr 11170 Cabine Twin uso individual: solicitar
    Iris: 
    Abril:
    Cabine Twin :  $ 1,542 $ 2057 $ 2,571 1365 NOK 12854 £ 1160 kr 11865 Cabine Twin uso individual: solicitar
    Maio:
    Cabine Twin:  $ 1,452 $ 1936 $ 2,420 1285 NOK 12100 £ 1092 kr 11170 Cabine Twin uso individual: solicitar
    Fleur: 
    Cabine Twin: $ 1,394 $ 1859 $ 2,324 1234 NOK 11620 £ 1048 kr 10726 *Suplemento cabine individual: $ 637 $ 850 $ 1,062 564 NOK 5311 £ 479 kr 4902 Allure:
    Cabine Twin: $ 1,219 $ 1626 $ 2,032 1079 NOK 10161 £ 917 kr 9379 *Suplemento cabine individul: $ 554 $ 738 $ 923 490 NOK 4614 £ 416 kr 4259 Sarah:
    Cabine Twin: $ 1,219 $ 1626 $ 2,032 1079 NOK 10161 £ 917 kr 9379 *Suplemento cabine individual: $ 554 $ 738 $ 923 490 NOK 4614 £ 416 kr 4259 *Uma cabine individual por data
    Cabine tripla (2 possíveis, terceira cama beliche,): $ 1,151 $ 1535 $ 1,919 1019 NOK 9596 £ 866 kr 8857


    Quo Vadis: $ 1,542 $ 2057 $ 2,571 1365 NOK 12854 £ 1160 kr 11865

    opções extras

    2019:
    *EBike

    Quo Vadis: $ 17 $ 23 $ 28 15 NOK 141 £ 13 kr 130 (por dia, pago a bordo) Sarah, Fleur(apenas 2 disponíveis) e Allure: $ 96 $ 128 $ 160 85 NOK 800 £ 72 kr 739   Iris: $ 96 $ 128 $ 160 85 NOK 800 £ 72 kr 739  

    por favor note bem

    As tarifas são por pessoa em ocupação dupla (quarto/cabine).

    Leia antes de você reservar sua viagem.

    Recomendamos adquirir um seguro de viagem de bicicleta.

    Por favor consultar "Perguntas mais Frequentes"

  • Viagem

    Pegue um voo para o aeroporto internacional de Amsterdã

    Observações

    POR FAVOR NOTE que a estação da floração das tulipas na Holanda vai do fim de março ao meio de maio, a depender do tempo e da temperatura. Pode ser que em anos com invernos mais longos a tulipas tardem a florar, e no caso reverso, a floração ocorra mais cedo, terminando também mais cedo.


Datas do passeio

DATAS 2019 

Barcos Comfort Plus:
Elodie: 14-abr, 21-abr, 2019 
Iris: Quintas-feiras: 4-abr, 11-abr, 18-abr, 25-abr, 2-mai, 2019 
Quo Vadis: Sábdaos: 6-abr, 13-abr, 20-abr, 27-abr, 4-mai, 2019
Fleur: Sábados: 6-abr, 13-abr, 20-abr, 27-abr, 2019 

Barcos Comfort:
Sarah: Sábados: 6-abr, 20-abr, 4-mai, 2019
Allure: Sábados: 6-abr, 13-abr, 2019 

Barcos Comfort Plus:
Quo Vadis: 4-abr, 11-abr, 2020

 

 

Onde você ficará

A bordo do respectivo barco.

O que está incluído

Iris

  • 7 noites de acomodação em cabine
  • Cafés da manhã, 5 almoços empacotados, e 6 jantares.
  • 1 almoço a bordo
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Limpeza de cabine diária
  • Bicicleta de 11 marchas com alforge, garrafa d´água, Capacete
  • Guia do passeio (dois para grupos maiores que 18PAX)
  • Informação de rota
  • Entrada no Keukenhof
  • Entrada no Hortus Bulborum, Keukenhof, Fazenda de queijo, leilão de flores
  • Seguro de bicicleta

Quo Vadis

  • 7 noites de acomodação a bordo
  • Cafés da manhã, almoços empacotados e jantares
  • Limpeza diária de cabine
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 8 marchas com alforje
  • Informação de rota
  • Guia do passeio
  • Entrada no Keukenhof, leilão de flores em Aalsmeers, fazenda de queijo Zaanse Schans, mercado de queijo de Aalkmeer, Lisse Bulbarium, cruzeiro noturno pelos canais

Fleur

  • 7 noites de acomodação em cabine
  • Cafés da manhã, 5 almoços empacotados e 6 jantares.
  • 1 almoço a bordo
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Bicicleta de 11 marchas com alforge e garrafa d´água
  • Capacete
  • Guia (dois guias para grupos com mais de 18 pessoas)
  • Entrada no Keukenhof
  • Informação de rota
  • WiFi (limitado - premium com suplemento)
  • Seguro de bicicleta

Sarah e Allure

  • 7 noites de acomodação em cabine
  • Cafés da manhã, 5 almoços empacotados e 6 jantares.
  • Coquetel de boas-vindas
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Bicicleta de 8 marchas com alforge e garrafa d´água, Capacete
  • Guia do passeio
  • Entrada no Keukenhof
  • Informação de rota
  • WiFi (limitado - premium com suplemento)
  • Seguro de bicicleta

Elodie

  • 7 noites de acomodação em cabine
  • Cafés da manhã, 6 almoços empacotados e 6 jantares.
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Bicicleta de 24 marchas com alforge e garrafa d´água
  • Guia do passeio
  • Limpeza diária da cabine
  • Passagens de balsa incluídas no trajeto.

O que não está incluído

  • Quo Vadis
  • Bebidas além das mencionadas
  • Gorjeta
  • Seguro de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • Fleur, Allure, e Iris
  • Bebidas além das mencionadas
  • Entradas em pontos de interesse
  • 1x jantar
  • Gorjeta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • Elodie
  • Bebidas além das mencionadas
  • Entradas em pontos de interesse
  • 1x jantar
  • Gorjeta
  • Seguro de bicicleta (obrigatório)
  • Seguro de viagem
passeioBicicleta e Barco
tipoGuiado
NívelFácil
duração8 dias
De1129 Preços
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Nível de Habilidade

Tour de bicicleta e barco guiado de nível fácil com distâncias diárias entre 25 e 55 km.

Barcos dos Passeios

Itinerário dia a dia

Tour das Tulipas - 8 Dias Map

Cada barco tem trajeto próprio diferenciando um pouco um do outro. Se desejar fazer o passeio com determinado barco e precisar de mais informações, basta nos mandar uma mensagem. 

A BORDO DO FLEUR, SARAH, E ALLURE

DIA 1: Amsterdã - Haarlem, 9 mi. (15 km)
DIA 2: Haarlem - Keukenhof - Leiden, 31 mi. (50 km)
DIA 3: Leiden - Alphen de barco, pedal até  Gouda, 25 mi. (40 km)
DIA 4: Gouda - Kudelstaart (by boat),  22 mi. (35 km)
DIA 5: Kudelstaart - Amsterdã - Zaanse Schans, 28 mi. (45 km)
DIA 6: Zaanse Schans - Alkmaar, 25 (40 km)
DIA 7: Alkmaar - Amsterdã, 28 mi. (45 km)
DIA 8: Partida de Amsterdã 

Dia 1: Amsterdã - Haarlem, 9 mi. (15 km)
Embarque às 15h00. Seja pontual, o barco parte às 15h30! Durante esse passeio de barco você conhecerá a tripulação e o guia enquanto desfruta de um café ou chá. Ao chegar em Haarlem, é a hora de testar a bicicleta e fazer os devidos ajustes. 

Dia 2: Haarlem - Keukenhof - Lieden, 31. mi. (50 km)
Começamos pedalando pelos mais antigos campos de tulipas da Holanda, incluindo o famoso jardim de Keukenhof! Esse jardim é de deixar qualquer um sem palavras com seus mais 7 milhoes de tulipas florescendo em um cenário de arquitetura de paisagismo magnificente. Você também verá outras flores desabrochando tais como jacintos e narcisos, entre outras. Seguindo adiante, chegamos na cidade histórica de Lieden com seu próprio charme e beleza. À noite, você poderá fazer uma caminhada pela bela cidade e descubrir seus muitos tesouros.

Dia 3: Leiden - Alphen/Gouda, 25 mi. (40 km)
O dia começa navegando durante o café da manhã. O dia de pedal começa lhe levando ao "coração verde" da Holanda. Próximo a Zoeterwoude, você visitará uma fazenda de queijos, conhecerá o processo de fabricação e, claro, o mais esperado, degustação dos queijos. À tarde, chegaremos em Gouda, também famosa for seu maravilhoso queijo, que é um dos mais apreciados do mundo, equivalendo de 50 a 60 por cento do consumo mundial. A praça do mercado com sua catedral de São João e a construção Gótica do prédio muncipal é outro cenário espetacular.

Dia 4: Alphen - Kudelstaart, 22 mi. (35 km)
Sem pedal durante a manhã, você terá a oportunidade de explorar a cidade de Gouda, talvez fazer algumas compras, visitar a catedral de São João etc.

Dia 5: Kudelstaart - Amsterdam - Zaanse Schans, 28 mi. (45 km)
O dia começa bem cedinho pedalando até o leilão de flores em Aalsmeer, o maior da Europa. Uma quantidade imensa de flores are exibida e vendida diariamente, já que é daí que vem as flores que abastecem todo o mercado europeu. De volta ao barco, teremos o café da manhã e em seguida, pedalaremos até "Amsterdamse Bos", um pequeno vilarejo, na área do rio Zaan, onde as pessoas ainda vivem em casas originais e moinhos de ventos que continuam a operar moendo sementes, mostarda, especiarias etc. Caminhar por esse vilarejo é como imergir nas raízes da cultura holandesa.  

Dia 6: Zaanse Schans - Alkmaar, 25 (40 km)
O primeiro item da agenda é uma visita a bela cidade de De Rijp com suas construções típicas e bela igreja. Daqui sua viagem continua pelo polder de Beemster, uma área praticamente intocada, onde você pode visitar o complexo de moínhos de ventos de Schermer Polder e o museu do Moínho de Vento de Schemerhorn. Em seguida, partiremos para Alkmaar, conhecida como a cidade do queijo. O centro antigo da cidade é espetacular e bem preservado com sua edificações do século XVII, ruas estreitas e canais tortuosos, cenário maravilhoso!

Dia 7: Alkmaar - Amsterdã, 28 mi. (45 km)
Pela manhã, novamente, desfrutamos do café da manhã enquanto navegamos pelos canais holandeses, passando por Hortus Bulborum, um museu dedicado à preservação de bulbos raros e históricos. Próximo destino é a destinta Waterland e depois de volta a Amsterdã. Durante à noite, faremos o esperado passeios pelos canais de Amsterdã. 

Dia 8: Partida
Desembarque após o café da manhã.

QUO VADIS

Dia 1: Amsterdã, embarque às 14h00
Dia 2: Amsterdã - Kudelstaart, 23 mi. (37 km)
Dia 3: Kudelstaart - Leiden,  34 mi. (55 km)
Dia 4: Leiden - Keukenhof - Haarlem, 25 mi. (40 km)
Dia 5: Haarlem, Alkmaar, 31 mi. (50 km)
Dia 6: Alkmaar - Schagen - Alkmaar, 31 mi. (50 km)
Dia 7: Alkmaar - Amsterdã, 28 mi. (45 km)
Dia 8: Amsterdã

BARCO ELODIE: 

Dia 1: Amsterdã - Kudelstaart, 12 mi. (19 km)
Dia 2: Kudelstaart - Gouda, 6/20/33 mi. (9/32/53 km)
Dia 3: Gouda - Rotterdam - Delft, 17 mi. (27 km)
Dia 4: Delft - The Hague - Leiden, 24 mi. (38 km)
Dia 5: Leiden - Voorhout - Leiden, 8 mi. (13 km)
Dia 6: Leiden - Haarlem, 13/24 mi. (21/38 km)
Dia 7: Haarlem - Amsterdã, 4 mi. (6 km)
Dia 8: Amsterdã

A BORDO IRIS 
DIA 1: Amsterdã - Zaanse Schans, (15 km)
DIA 2: Zaanse Schans - Alkmaar, 40 km
DIA 3: Alkmaar - Haarlem (45 km)
DIA 4: Haarlem - Keukenhof - Leiden, (50 km)
DIA 5: Leiden - Gouda, (40 km)
DIA 6: Gouda -  Uithoorn, (35 km)
DIA 7: Uithoorn - Amsterdam (45 km)
DIA 8: Amsterdã

 

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Passeio Avaliação

  • Marcia F. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: My banter daily with one of the guides, Harm Jung. He related well to my personality. The food, boat, and accommodations were all better than anticipated. Thank you.

    Boat: Iris

  • Erik G. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    8 day Tulips bike and barge trip last April 2019 was excellent! Great scenery and cultural experience, fun living on the barge, and the entire group was fun. The meals were wholesome and tasty and the crew super friendly. The week went by too quickly. The bikes were top of the line and well maintained. Bring layers to wear as the weather can change quickly. If you're at all concerned that you can't bike the distance, then just get an e-bike and it will be easy and doable. Some people who thought they were strong cyclists wished they had e-bikes. Holland is flat, but that means cycling against the wind at times!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Marilyn T. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved cycling through the country side and coming across the beautiful and colorful tulip fields.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Liz L. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We did 8 day Tulip bike and barge last April 2019. What an amazing trip! Our first bike and barge was the Dalmation islands last Sept with a different company. Tripsite compared to the other company was so much better. We had better food, great bikes, and a gorgeous barge with excellent staff. The value for money was excellent and we look forward to our next bike and barge trip with Tripsite. Really liked how the routes were optimized for the weather each night for the next day, and the friendly captain and crew. Meals and snacks were plentiful and the scenery was spectacular. Would highly recommend cycling through Holland during the tulip season!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Mary C. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The guides were wonderful. We saw so many interesting and beautiful spots. The highlights were the Keukenhof Gardens and the Floral Market, but we have many many memories. We have friends booking based on our recommendation!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Gigi S. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a wonderful time on the tulip tour. The staff was courteous and helpful whenever we needed anything. The boat was immaculate and the scenery and tulips were the best ever! Can't wait to do this trip again.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Coert & Christelle J. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    A once in a lifetime experience.....not at all thought bike and barge would be so nice!

    Boat: Iris

  • Jean B. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The expected/promised highlights on our 8 Day - Tulip Tour (Keukenhof Gardens, the Royal Flora Holland Auction, Zaanse Schans and a visit to a cheese farm on an island in Rijpwetering) were wonderful. But it was the unexpected stops introduced by our guides that were most memorable. The visit to a windmill making paper from recycled rags, watching the release of cows for the first time in the spring near Spaarndam , the stop at the Aalsmeer Crash Museum and a visit to the Hortus Bulborum in Limmen made our trip extra special.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Michael & Margaret G. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a wonderful time on the barge Iris, biking through the Netherlands. The trip was well planned and the information given each day really highlighted the sights that we saw. The visits to the various venues were full of information and gave us a nice view of life in Holland. We could not have asked more from our guides, Wouter and Sarah. Each day when we rode up to the barge at its new dock site, the crew welcomed us and asked about our day. The meals were excellent with a different area of the world serving as the source for the menu each evening. Wines had been chosen to go with each serving. The rooms were as expected on a ship and very clean. they offered an easy base for our adventure. We had a very good time and we thank the guides and the crew including the chef.

    Boat: Iris

  • Elizabeth S. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a wonderful Tulip Tour week on the Quo Vadis. We had excellent tour guides who were knowledgeable and personable. In addition to the planned events, we "happened upon" many extras, including "a cow dance," farmers shearing sheep, a WWII museum and some regal looking deer in the dunes at the North Sea. The ship was comfortable, the staff friendly and the food was great. Highly recommendable!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Susan D. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had the perfect week for our Bike & Barge adventure! We brought rain gear but never had to use it. First day it was rather cold 39 degrees when we started out biking with wind, but of course it is the land of windmills. I was glad I had an ebike. The guides were knowledgeable and our experiences very local. They knew the market days, unique cafes, great places we wouldn’t have wanted to miss. The tulips were all in bloom and we biked through seas of color. The captain and crew of our barge, “Quo Vadis” were absolutely the best and individually got to know us all. I would highly recommend this trip to all. You don’t have to be an avid biker to enjoy this trip, all levels were welcomed.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Carl B. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Crew and Guides were exceptional! Boat was more than we could ask for.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Coert & Christelle 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a wonderful time on the Iris April 2019. This exceeded our expectations by far. Excellent staff.... Gijs, Gerhard, Aline, Tina and guides Mieke and Harm-Jan. The food, boat, the scenery (Tulips!!) were great, but most of all the cycling. The weather was perfect and since we were the only South African couple, we enjoyed the company of at first strangers and then sing-along travel friends! Memories made forever!

  • Will E. 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Tulip tour was wonderful. Loved the Quo Vadis and it’s crew and enjoyed the biking. Our guide Rikko was so well informed and enthusiastic about the places we saw. Everything about the tour was first-rate.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Linda H. 10 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our bike tour included stopping to visit inside a working windmill, a roadside stand for regional cuisine called kibbeling, the flower auction and a seaside stop for fresh herring. An unforgettable trip even though the tulips weren't quite in full bloom.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Brenda C. 11 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We loved our trip and we enjoyed staying on the Iris. We are going to be booking again in July 2019 and specifically picked the Iris so we can be on the same boat. Looking forward to it.

    Boat: Iris

  • Louise H. 11 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    So many things are memorable even a year after the trip. Loved the Kucken Gardens. They were a once-in-a-lifetime experience. But also the windmill tour, the tulip museum, the cheese factory, and the small town tours with the guide. What also stands out are the delicious dinners shared with all the other fascinating folks on the trip as well as the boat owner and her son who were our guides. Suggestions: Just GO!

    Boat: Iris

  • Randy B. 12 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The entire trip was exceptional from beginning to end. The accommodations were perfect (you can't beat having your hotel follow you). The food was amazing and the staff were the perfect hosts. The guides did an exceptional job guiding us through the beautiful towns, villages and countryside of Holland. A trip my wife and I will always remember.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Betty S. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    We absolutely loved our first Bike & Barge. We did the Tulip Tour the week of Apr 14 - 21/18 on board the Sarah and had a fantastic time. We had beautiful weather the entire week with absolutely no rain. The scenery was amazing and the tulips were at their peak during this week. We enjoyed the Dutch culture and food especially the cheese, chocolate and yogurt. The crew were amazing. Thanks to Ivo, Reintje, Kristof and Agnieszka who looked after us so well on the Sarah. A special thanks to Cornel our tour guide. He went above and beyond to make sure we were safe and that we all had an enjoyable week. We would love do another tour in the future.

    Boat: Sarah

  • Patrick L. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Janteen's food was superior - even better than the other bike barges, and that's setting the bar pretty high.
    Nico and Chango are great guys. Fun to chat with and good at their professions. The small group, cozy quarters on the Elodie, excellent crew, great riding companions, the people of The Netherlands - and, of course, the tulips - made this the best bike and barge trip ever.

    Boat: Elodie

  • Elizabeth T. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was my first Bike and Barge trip . Now I am hooked and am making plans for another trip next year. There were many many WOW moments on the trip., on the barge, on the bikes and during the nightly tours of the cities visited. This is the only means to really learn about, see and interact with the country.
    Everything on this trip was memorable from the staff, the guide ,the other tour participants and off course the scenery and the people and customs of The Netherlands

    Thank you TRIPSITE for the excellent service!

    Boat: Elodie

  • Kathy C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The 8 day Tulip tour was fantastic. The boat, bike, food, staff and scenery was everything we had hoped for! The only thing we couldn't control was the weather and the tulips not quiet in bloom....we dodged the rain and saw many daffodils and hyacinth and met new friends to top it all off. Thanks for the memories!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Randall B. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Wonderful trip! Even though the tulips were a bit behind because of the extended winter, the tour offered wonderful scenery and a plethora of other flowers. The guides were great and the pace accommodated all the participants. Great food, accommodations, service and staff!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Jean Balloon 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Just ended this tour this morning and it was one of the best vacations we've ever taken. Can't say enough about the captain, staff and guides on the Fleur-very glad we chose a guided trip as there are numerous detours and unclear route signs. Fantastic sights, excellent equipment, wonderful food and fun fellow passengers, REALLY important to take the right clothes (we wore t-shirts, short, sandals and down coats/hat/gloves in the same week) Full rain gear including waterproof shoes or boots is essential. Also be aware the wind in the Netherlands can be brutal-we booked e-bikes and were REALLY glad we did! Steps down to cabin are very narrow and steep - almost like a ladder, so make sure you can do this several times each day. Excellent communication from Tripsite regarding booking and all information. Thank you Cpt. Steffy, Elsa, Aga, Nellie, Helena, Petra and Bert for an extraordinary holiday!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Amanda S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I am still raving about our trip - we loved every minute of it. Loved the cycling through all the fields of tulips and Lia our guide was fantastic. The barge was warm and welcoming - like coming home at the end of the day - excellent food. I only have good things to say. Just do it!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Mia & Jim M. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Parts: The fields of flowers in the Netherlands, our fellow passengers, both the barge and bike riding experience.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • David F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great atmosphere created by the staff and participants so much so that we still connect on email with the hope of another bike and barge cruise.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Natalie F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved everything about this trip. It was perfect in terms of length of ride, personalities on the boat etc...My husband and I REALLY enjoyed.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Darren B. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part was the whole staff and guide on the Elodie.

    Boat: Elodie

  • Paul Emile T. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Excellent group spirit!

  • Cindy G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The staff on Fleur were wonderful and our guide Lia was excellent sharing so much info about the Netherlands.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Troy T. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    One of the best European Vacations I have ever done. Well worth the money. Will never forget how beautiful the Tulips were.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Frank L. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    EVERYTHING about this trip was fabulous! We will have long lasting memories about everything related to this trip- the booking process with Tripsite to the barge and crew to the tulips and windmills to the wonderful biking experiences throughout The Netherlands. I would highly recommend this trip to everyone!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Kathleen C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Everything was wonderful, from the newly renovated Barge, the staff, food, agenda and bikes. The booking process sometimes was a bit confusing and questions took a bit to get answers to via email. The cost was so reasonable and good value overall! I will definitely travel this way again!

    Boat: Fleur

  • David F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Every participant showed great enthusiasm for a perfect holiday, not one moan or groan.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Kelly S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    One of the best trips!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Jim G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable parts were the Keukenhof Gardens and the monstrous Flower Market.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Dave S. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part was the wind mill sawmill. I have six people I have recommended this trip to next year they have already contacted you.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Mallory W. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Honestly, it was a dream from booking to end. I had quite a few questions that Tripsite answered within hours, but the greatest surprise was the Quo Vadis. It was incredible; my first riverboat but most definitely not my last. The ship lulled me to sleep, Chef Frank cooked the best meal of my life every night, and Captain Rendert was so accommodating and intelligent. He surveyed the weather, the course, everything everyday, and tailored it to our crew. I can't wait for my next cruise!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • J. Stowell 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was an amazing trip. The scenery and flowers were absolutely stunning, the group was great, and we had wonderful food, thanks to our chef, Sander. Nico, our guide was fantastic. He is fun and knowledgable and took great care of us. I would love to take another of his tours! I loved the biking. It was pretty chilly and sometimes very windy, but always doable. The bike roads and scenery make the Netherlands a perfect place to bike.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • K Arehart 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We were very pleased with the Zwaantje and its ownership / crew, and Felix, our guide. We have already booked our next adventure on the Zwaantje for Sept 2017.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • T. Gaeng 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Boat, rooms, bikes, food, service, cleanliness, friendliness of crew (Captain, First Mate, Cook, Guide) - all excellent. It was was a fantastic trip !!!

    All entrance fees of the places we visited on the bike trips (Keukenhof, Flower Auction) were included and we also visited places that are not usually open for tourists (private cheese farm, retired tulip grower, ...). Some guests were not very experienced bikes (us included) but with e-bikes as options we managed to do all bike trips - although mostly flat we usually went at good clip and had frequently strong winds to battle. But the exercise only made the trip more fun and increased our appetite to look forward to the excellent 3-4 course dinners on the boat.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • J. Mumford 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    About the only confusion was the gratuity. In your write up it stated 3 - 4%. On our room door it said 5 to 8%. Which was a combined amount. So it was a little confusing. We tipped the 8% maybe a little more. Not a problem for us, but some people budget for an exact amount. The trip was wonderful.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Susan B. 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Super trip. I was a inexperienced bicycler and the ebike made the journey very enjoyable.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • J Douglas 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The barge (Zwaantje) was exceptionally nice. It helps that the captain is also the owner. You could tell that he took pride in the vessel and kept it in great condition. We were lucky with the weather for this trip, as this time of year for the Tulip Tour can be cold and rainy, as some friends of ours found out, when they took a later week. The Tulip Tour is worth doing once, however since the weather during this time of the year is so unpredictable, we would not take the chance of a second time. Instead, we will be doing the September 2-week Paris to Brugge next year.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Mona White 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I left my heart in The Netherlands. The people are so great there.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Jan Bray 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The route was altered due to bridge construction, beyond the control of the staff. They handled it well, though. It was very fun and the group bonded well. I would suggest at the beginning, a short refresher on hand signals, road signs, etc would be good so that we all understand the traveling circumstances.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Sharon Bozman 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Had a wonderful time. The crew were amazing. Fred the guide was very attentive, knowledgeable, and always willing to help. Well organized with unique side trips. The food was great and the crew were all very friendly and helpful. What a beautiful country and lovely way to experience it. I will definitely recommend it to my friends.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Joyce Chizmadia 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We loved our trip to the Netherlands to bike through the tulips and have recommended this trips to lots of friends and family!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Beth Groundwater 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The staff of the Quo Vadis and our bike guide were absolutely wonderful.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Paula Bramble 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We enjoy the international feel of Tripsite and tell our friends about the pleasures of bike and barge.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Prosper Bellizia 5 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, this was a vacation that I still think about everyday, almost 2 months later. The only way to see this beautiful country is at ground level on a bike. And the only way to do it is with the crew of the Quo Vadis who made the trip so much fun.

    Did I say how much I loved this trip?!!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Ralph and Erna Fluit 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had an absolutely marvelous time.

    The crew was amazing,the food very delicious, they all went out of their way to make it a very memorable vacation.

    We truly appreciated all the extra things that Lia did for us, taking us on excursions in the town at night, even arranging a tour one night through the canals in one of the towns.

    We highly recommend a bike and barge tour and have done so already, we will definitely do it again and would love to be with the same crew.

    Thank you so much!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Nick and Petra Voordenhout 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Just a note to say how much we enjoyed the 8 day tulip bike and barge. The captin Rendert, crew Valdi, chef Alf and guide Lia went beyond our expectations. The boat was clean and well kept and cozy. The meals amazing and Lia did her best to make it enjoyable for everyone regardless of ability. We would truly recommend this tour to anyone. We would like to do another tour with them in the future.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Simon Husband 6 years ago     Staff

    Just a brief note to tell you how much we enjoyed the Tulip Tour aboard the Quo Vadis.

    The Captain Rendert, the Second Mate Waldi, the Chef Alfe and Guide Lea were excellent. They worked hard to make everyone happy and made a good team. They really enjoy what they do and this showed in the attention and professionalism shown to all the guests.

    The itinerary was spot on for content and interest. Not a moment was left to chance as they made sure we enjoyed every aspect of the Dutch culture, countryside and the beauty of the tulip fields.

    Special mention to our Guide Lea for her excellent knowledge of all things Dutch, our Chef Alfe for his passion for food and ensuring our nutritional wellbeing and Waldi for going out of way to make sure that we did not want for anything practical on the boat.

    We look forward to doing more tours with TripSite.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

  • Mary McLaughlin 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The April 14th, 2013 trip on the Elodie far exceeded my expectations. The dynamite crew provided excellent care and service. Meeting people from other countries, sharing stories, riding in the wind (and just a little bit of rain) and dining with each other for the week was a bonding experience. Ine, our guide, was patient and knowledgable, Vamme was a good captain who joined us on some of our city strolls and Sander was a chef extraordinaire ~ definitely the "King of Creme Brulle" ! My friend and I hope to take another Bike & Barge trip ~ and would arrange our trip around the Elodie. What wonderful memories!!!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Noreen Stackpole 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We just returned from the Tulip Tour on the Elodie. It was fantastic. Our guide, Ine, was great, even going the extra mile by offering city walks each evening. Sander, the chef, created outstanding gourmet dinners enhanced by his enthusiastic description and presentations. Our captain was great, pitching in as needed. The bikes were brand new and of excellent quality, and the biking was really fun - challenging at times with the wind, which added to the enjoyment. We got to tour a working windmill and a cheese producing farm and learned a lot about the Netherlands. No tulip fields this week but that was the only disappointment and it was overshadowed by all the positives. A fantastic trip!

    Boat: Fleur

  • Jane & Dale Honeycutt 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    What a fabulous time! The crew on the Elodie could not have been better. Sanders, the chef, put out gourmet meals every night, with wonderful breakfast choices each morning. Our guide for the week, Miriah, took such good care of us, was always cheerful & helpful, and we really saw an amazing cross section of the Netherlands.The April 7th trip, this year, was cold, and unfortunately because of the very late spring there were very few tulips, but that didn't dim our enjoyment, and it was highly unusual. Some of the mileages shown are a little short. Day 2 was possible to do 34 miles & day 7 was 22 miles. All do-able even for someone who hasn't kept up on their cycling.

    Boat: Fleur

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Elodie Foto

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Fleur Foto

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Iris Foto

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Mecklenburg Foto

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Quo Vadis Foto

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Sarah Foto

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Zwaantje Foto

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