Canadian D-Day beaches Private Tour from Le Havre

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Tour Number

Activity Level

27599


Categories

Museums / Culture, Shore Excursion

Details

Kid Friendly: Yes. It's kids friendly, but rember that the thematic is not the easiest one and that some facts, especially the high death toll can be disturbing for very young kids.

Friendly: Yes.
The tour can be done for moderate disabilities and can be adapted for wheelchair guests.

Maximum travelers: 8

Language(s)

explanation

English (fluent), French (fluent)

Comfortable day in a minivan


You want discover the Canadian sector of the d-Day landing beaches.
Discover Juno Beach, it's German bunker and museum.
Visit the Canadian cemetery of Revier.
Follow the Canadian advance up to Creully.
And naturally have a look at the US and British sectors near Juno beach.
NEW in 2016!! The possibility to visit the museum at Montormel where the Canadians together with the Polsih troups did fight the last big battle in Normandy.

Itinerary

Le Havre to Juno Beach and it's surroundings
Follow the glorious Canadian soldiers liberating Normandy.
Visit the Juno Memorial Museum (entry fee not included)
Visit the Canadian Cemetery at Reviers and visit some of the towns freed by the Canadian Army.
The visit at Montormel is now possible where the Canadians did fight the last big battle in Normandy.

Meeting Location + Tour Duration

Meeting location: Le Havre or Honfleur ship terminal. Deauville airport.
Any location or Hotel between Deauville and Le Havre.

End location: Le Havre or Honfleur ship terminal. Deauville airport.
Any location or Hotel between Deauville and Le Havre.
For any other drop off location please contact me before.

Duration: 9 hours

Variation possible due to traffic

Transportation

A comfortable mini van with full A/C for each guest and the possibility to load your electronic equipment

What’s Included

Private Transportation
My service as your local guide

Estimated Local Cash Needed

40 Euros - Museum entry, lunch, souvenir, per person
IMPORTANT! Many shops in Normandy refuse to accept 500 and 200 euro bills, the best is to use small 50 and 20 euro bills.

What’s Extra

Any entrance fee to the museum, lunch expenses and souvenir.
Around 30 euros should be planned in.

A Recent Review of this tour

Awesome guide. Richard knows his history and adapted our tour to what was important to us. Outstanding day that we will always remember. Highly recommend.
Terri Jones

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