Get natural at Switzerland


Touch upon all things of natural beauty, adventure and sights that will leave you breathless and longing for more, in this plan for 13 nights and 14 days


Day Plan Overnight
Day 1 Arrive in Zurich, and head to Lucerne Lucerne
Day 1

Land in Zurich and take the train to Lucerne. Check in to your accommodation and spend rest of the evening at leisure.

Lucerne, a compact city in Switzerland known for its preserved medieval architecture, sits amid snowcapped mountains on Lake Lucerne. Its colorful Altstadt (Old Town) is bordered on the north by 870m Museggmauer (Musegg Wall), a 14-century rampart. The covered Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge), built in 1333, links the Aldstadt to the Reuss River's right bank.

Day 2 Mt Titlis Day Trip Lucerne
Day 2

Get ready for the day trip to Mt Titlis.

Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden and Bern. At 3,238 metres above sea level, it is the highest summit of the range north of the Susten Pass, between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland.

On arrival, hop aboard the aerial cableway with your guide, and then ride to the glacier’s summit — some 10,000 feet (3,020 meters) above sea level. The 45-minute journey is all about the views! As Engelberg slips from sight, the dramatic beauty of the Bernese Alps takes center stage, so sit back, ogle the vistas and relax. At the top, how you spend your time is up to you. Make the most of two hours of mountaintop fun by strolling around the summit, feeling the crunch of snow under your boots while taking in the glacial landscape. Or perhaps visit some of Mt Titlis’ renowned attractions. Admire 360-degree views aboard the rotating Titlis Rotair gondola; ride on the Ice Flyer chairlift and gaze down to the icy depths below; slip your way down the slopes while snow tubing in the Titlis Glacier Park; walk along the Cliff Walk for vertigo-inducing views; or visit the Glacier Cave to see millions of ice crystals in a frozen underground grotto, far below the glacier’s surface. If the brisk mountain air makes you feel hungry, refuel with alpine fare at one of the summit’s several restaurants.

Day 3 Head to Interlaken and evening at Harder Kulm Interlaken
Day 3

Catch the train to Interlaken check in and relax for a bit before you spend your evening at Harder Kulm.

Interlaken is a traditional resort town in the mountainous Bernese Oberland region of central Switzerland. Built on a narrow stretch of valley, between the emerald-colored waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, it has old timber houses and parkland on either side of the Aare River. Its surrounding mountains, with dense forests, alpine meadows and glaciers, has numerous hiking and skiing trails.

To get to Harder Kulm, take the funicular from Interlaken.
The Harderkulm is a viewpoint at 1,321 metres in the Berner Oberland region of Switzerland, overlooking the towns of Interlaken and Unterseen.

Day 4 Day trip to Jungfrau Interlaken
Day 4

The Jungfrau, at 4,158 meters is one of the main summits of the Bernese Alps, located between the northern canton of Bern and the southern canton of Valais, halfway between Interlaken and Fiesch.

Depart from Interlaken in the coach to Grindelwald. On arrival, Board the gondola Eiger Express of the newly opened V-Cableway for a spectacular ride to the Eiger Glacier station, where you change to the cogwheel train to Jungfraujoch. Stunning views of the world-famous triple peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau accompany you on the way and the imposing Eiger North Face seems to be within one’s grasp. Once on the top, immerse yourself in the fascinating high alpine wonderland of eternal ice, snow and rock. Experience the discovery tour “Alpine Sensation” . Visit the Sphinx Observation Terrace and Plateau with the most breathtaking panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, the neighbouring countries and the longest glacier of the Alps, the Aletsch Glacier. Don't forget to stroll through the tunnels of the Ice Palace located in the heart of the glacier.

Day 5 Train to Montreux Montreux
Day 5

Catch the train to Montreux and once you check in to your accommodation, step out to take a short cruise around the lake.
Montreux is a traditional resort town on Lake Geneva. Nestled between steep hills and the lakeside, it's known for its mild microclimate and the Montreux Jazz Festival, held in July. The town's promenade is lined with flowers, sculptures, Mediterranean trees and grand Belle Époque buildings. Offshore is a medieval island castle, Château de Chillon, with ramparts, formal halls and a chapel with 14th-century murals.

Day 6 Train to Zermatt Zermatt
Day 6

Catch the train to Zermatt and once you check in to your accommodation, take a leisurely walk around the town. Spend the rest of the day relaxing and taking in the sights and sounds of this quaint town.
Zermatt, in southern Switzerland’s Valais canton, is a mountain resort renowned for skiing, climbing and hiking. The town, at an elevation of around 1,600m, lies below the iconic, pyramid-shaped Matterhorn peak. Its main street, Bahnhofstrasse is lined with boutique shops, hotels and restaurants, and also has a lively après-ski scene. There are public outdoor rinks for ice-skating and curling.

Day 7 Day trip to Glacier 3000 Zermatt
Day 7

Cableway, architecture, adventure and Alpine mountain scenery – visitors experience all of it and then some on this journey to a unique glacier world. Take a Glacier 3000 excursion for outstanding views of over 24 Alpine Peaks, including the most famous: Eiger, Monch, Jungfrau, Mont Blanc, Grand Combin, and the Matterhorn. The Glacier 3000 peak is home to the world’s first suspension bridge that spans the top of two mountain peaks. The activities you could do during your Glacier 3000 excursion are plentiful! Take a hike on snow cover peaks, have a blast on a dog sledding adventure, take a flight in a helicopter for a unique glacial view, or even go tobogganing on the highest tobogganing run in the world.

Day 8 Day trip to Matterhorn Zermatt
Day 8

The Matterhorn is a mountain of the Alps, straddling the main watershed and border between Switzerland and Italy. It is a large, near-symmetric pyramidal peak in the extended Monte Rosa area of the Pennine Alps, whose summit is 4,478 metres high, making it one of the highest summits in the Alps and Europe. Meaning “peak in the meadows” in German, the nearly 15,000-foot-tall mountain straddles the Swiss-Italian border and has long been a bucket list destination for climbers.

Day 9 Scenic glacier express to St Moritz St Moritz
Day 9

They say that it's the journey that matters, and the scenic glacier express is sure to make it worthwhile for you.

Catch the train to St Moritz and spend rest of the day at leisure.

St. Moritz is a luxury alpine resort town in Switzerland’s Engadin valley. It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice, has the Cresta Run, a world-championship bobsled run made of natural ice, and an outdoor Olympic ice rink. Its frozen lake hosts polo, cricket and even horse racing on ice. Ski and snowboard areas include Corviglia, Diavolezza and Corvatsch, and there are well-groomed cross-country ski trails.

Day 10 A day around town at St Moritz St Moritz
Day 10

The last few days have been action packed, so take this day to relax around the beautiful town and go on a few short hikes, breathe in the fresh air and soak in the natural beauty at its peak. Make sure to visit the St Moritz lake.

Day 11 Train to Zurich and visit Rhine Falls Zurich
Day 11

Catch the train to Zurich, check in to your accommodation and proceed to visit the Rhine Falls.

To stand high above Europe's largest waterfall, feeling the roar and vibration of the water over one's entire body - this can be experienced at the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen. Due to tectonic shifts in the Ice Age, the Rhine River was forced into a new riverbed over 15,000 years ago. The Rhine Falls came into being at the transition point where hard chalk turned into soft gravel. Over a breadth of 150 meters, several hundred cubic meters of water rush into the depths at the rate of 23 meters per second.

In the middle of it all stands a mighty rock that has withstood the elements for a thousand years. The rock can be reached on a circular tour of the Rhine Falls, during which one can observe the natural spectacle from up close. Virtually in the middle of the waterfall, visitors stand on platforms that jut out and partially hover over the Rhine.

Day 12 Day trip to Appenzell Zurich
Day 12

A day trip to Appenzell is planned for you today.

Appenzell is a town in northeastern Switzerland, at the foot of the Alpstein mountains. Trails and cableways connect various summits, including towering Säntis peak. On the steep cliffs of the Ebenalp, the Wildkirchli cave complex houses a 17th-century chapel and hermitage. Nearby is the old Aescher inn, tucked into the side of a sheer cliff. Appenzell’s car-free center features wooden houses with colorful facades.

Day 13 Exit to India NA
Day 13

Check out from your accommodation in Zurich and head to the airport to catch your flight back to India!

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