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I began trying to have a réservation Two week ago but impossible to pay
Two emails without answer
A phone Call i understood that it was possible
As I arrived on thé Island i tried to go and pay but at thé office the woman...More
Great tour with monstrous trucks over the Vliehors, being the biggest desert of Europe. Crossing beautiful beaches and endless sandy plains including 2 stops. One at the old rescue house (from the 19ties) including a tour of the guide, the other one spotting seals on...More
The Vliehors is a large sand plate, normally above water, but also a military airforce practice ground. One can explore the area on foot, if the red flag is down, but still has to be aware of unexploded munition. So, with the truck is a...More
It is nice to see the other side of Vlieland and the Vliehors Expres offers this option. We selected a busy weekend day and were disappointed by the many people that we allowed in the truck which made it a squeezed and uncomfortable ride. I...More
A nice and stormy trip with the Vliehors express in 2015.
We made the trip with the Vliehors express on a stormy day, windforce 8. This was very exciting due the sandstorm. At the end of the beach near Texel we could stand almost 30...More
It was about a 30 minute drive to the Vliehors, during which you had lots of time to relax and enjoy the view of the sea and the dunes. When we reached the Vliehors we were pretty amazed by the sheer size of it! you...More
Islanders drive the Vliehors over the shore to the tip of the island in any weather.. The singing on the way is a treat :) A great activity for dogs who like to go seal spotting too! One suggestion to the Vliehors express organization :...More
Response from Katrien S | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes, there is sometimes a translator, and the scenery stays the same. The person giving explanations at the little rescue hut, did so also in English when we went. And that hut with the objects recovered from the sea is... More
Hi yes, there is sometimes a translator, and the scenery stays the same. The person giving explanations at the little rescue hut, did so also in English when we went. And that hut with the objects recovered from the sea is very well worth a visit.