Germany Add-On Tours


I am so excited you are coming to Garmisch with me!

Thank you for submitting your information for registration. To fully reserve your spot, please make your non-refundable deposit payment here. Once this deposit is received, your spot will be officially reserved!

The first payment installment of $1,000 is due April 5, 2024, and the remaining balance will be due July 19, 2024.

If the room you want is sold out, please email Angelina as another room may be able to be added for you.

If you are paying in full, please pay the $1,000 deposit per person and a separate link will be sent to you to pay the remaining balance for the room you have chosen. Please indicate in the notes of your purchase, or in your registration form, you intend to pay in full.

Cancellation/Refunds: Deposits are non-refundable. Payment installments are non-refundable after being paid unless your spot can be filled by another person and will be less the $1,000 deposit and a $140 transaction fee. No refunds are guaranteed.

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Optional Zugspitze Add-On – $80

Add on a gondola ride to the top of Zugspitze mountain, the tallest mountain in Germany! Enjoy panoramic views of the Bavarian Alps from the top of Germany’s tallest mountain, Zuspitze! Home to Germany’s last glacier, Zugspitze offers visitors a unique view of the Apls.

Ride a cable from the base to the top where you can enjoy breathtaking views and a snack at one of three restaurants; Panorama 2962Restaurant Sonnalpin and Gletscher 2600.

This is a half-day morning tour, and will take place on August 27, weather depending.

Optional Eagle’s Nest and Salt Mine Tour Add-On – $86

This full day excursion to Berchtesgaden will offer you spectacular views of the Alps and a look into history. You’ll also get to move through an old salt mine on the slides through the cave.

Kehlsteinhaus mit Blick auf den Königssee und WatzmannEagle’s Nest: Between 1933 and 1945, it was the second most important center of power of the Nazi dictatorship, after Berlin, where decisions were made about the war. Built in 1937/38, the Tea House was intended to serve as place of political representation, away from public view, and leave guests awestruck. After the bus ride up a steep mountain road, a passageway leads through a tunnel to an elevator which then carries guests up about 124 meters directly into the Tea House. There, you are greeted by a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountain ranges. Since 1952, the building has been used as a mountain guesthouse and has become a popular excursion destination. The original construction has largely been preserved.



Mother with children on the slide to the Spiegelsee lakeSalt Mine: Experience, mysticism, fascination at the Berchtesgaden Salt Mine in a modern adventure  and a popular destination in Bavaria. An impressive journey into the world of salt awaits you in the depths of the mountain. What would a show mine be without a miner’s slide? There are two of them here in the Berchtesgaden salt mine. The first slide descends around 34 metres into the Kaiser Franz sink work. The second slide takes you directly to the sparkling mirror lake and is 40 metres long. Miners’ slides used to be used by miners to get quickly to the lower levels of the mine. So the slides are not to be compared with conventional amusement park slides.

This full day tour will take place on August 29.

Cancellation/Refunds: No refunds as tickets are pre-purchased. If retreat is canceled, full refunds will be made. Read the full terms for the trip.

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