Enjoy a Private Tour from Le Havre to the D Day Beaches
I will meet you in Le Havre or Honfleur at your pier at 8AM with coffee and croissants.
First we'll stop at the American Cemetery at around 9. 30AM to pay tribute to the "Men of Normandy".
Visit of the Visitor's center.
Then, we'll walk on Omaha beach and I'll explain you how that day was so awful for the Big Red One and the 29th Inftry Div.
Then, I will show the Higgins Boats ( Landing Crafts) just next to Omaha.
12. 30AM Lunch on Omaha Beach just by the National Guard Monument and next to a German Bunker.
After a nice lunch, let's head toward the Pointe du Hoc. where US Rangers 2nd Battalion led by Lt James Rudder took this highly critical German strong point by 9AM.
Now, let's head toward Utah Beach to see where the 4th Infantry Division and Theodore Roosevelt Jr landed and successfully took the beach in one morning.
There, you will visit the Utah Beach Museum, and see some actual German bunkers.
Back in le Havre-Honfleur 6. 30PM
Le Havre Honfleur /Your Pier
9. 30AM- 12AM
Normandy American Cemetary
1PM Pointe du Hoc
2. 30PM 4PM
Utah Beach Sainte Marie du Mont
6/ 6. 30PM
Le Havre - Honfleur Your Pier
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
The Tour starts at your pier in Le Havre or Honfleur and finishes one hour before you have to reembark at your pier for the rest of the cruise.
You will be driven in a brand new VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE with AC and 6 large seats.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 euros - 25 Euros per person
You need around 20 25 euros for lunch.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We enjoyed our day with Igor very much. He met us on time, shared with us his vast knowledge of D-Day focusing on Omaha and Utah beaches and the surrounding areas. We ended the day at the American Cemetery. Igor answered all of our questions and enlightened us with his knowledge. He made it all very real for us.