Bookings

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Our small-group tours run from April 10 – 30. We do private tours before and after those dates and take bookings via email. You can read more on the private tours page.

For the early tours, it’s probable that there will not be tulip fields on our route in full bloom, in which case we will visit a hyacinths field. We don’t know when we will transition from one to the next as it’s simply impossible to know in advance. Most years, it’s about April 15-ish.

For the Off-The-Beaten-Track-Tulips Tour in this early part of the season we will likely also visit the tulips farm to at least see what it looks like as tulips are coming up. This will be in addition to a hyacinths field. For the early tours we might depart from the published itinerary in a minor way to maximise the flower fields experience(s), but all major stops will be made.

Small Group Tours Run April 10 - April 30

April 27: No tour. This is King’s Day. If you’re in Amsterdam on this day and you aren’t aware of what it is, you should be! It’s a gigantic city-wide party.

Pay for your ticket in full (€125pp) or just a deposit (€20).

When  you click to buy tickets you have the option to purchase in full or pay a deposit. Please choose only one, not both.

If you pay the deposit, it is a non-refundable €20pp which secures you a spot on the tour until Feb 1, 2023. After that date the balance will be due (we’ll email you) and you can simply complete it or not.

Wait list: If a tour is sold out you will be given the option to join a wait list.

To see our cancellations, refunds, and change of dates policies, please click here:

What's Included In The Tour Price:

Off-The-Beaten-Track-Tulips Tour

Keukenhof & More Tulips Tour

Meeting Point

We plan on meeting outside the Starbucks / Double-Tree Hilton at Oosterdoksstraat 4, 1011DK, Amsterdam. This is a two-minute walk from Central Station. Please note, our tour is not affiliated with either Starbucks or Double-Tree. It’s just a good meeting point!

The only reason why we’d have to change the start point is if Amsterdam lays down construction work nearby. This is unlikely, but not impossible.