PRLog - Jan. 18, 2013 - HINESBURG, Vt. -- Equestrian Tours is hosting trips to the World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Normandy. Owner and expert equestrian Bob Wyatt of Vermont shares details about this program and others he has planned for 2013 & 2014.
"For the 2014 World Equestrian Games we have reserved two charming hotels in the lovely and historic town of Bayeux. We will be providing transfers to Caen and to Haras du Pin, where eventing, cross country and the driving marathon will now take place. "
Wyatt provides travelers with personalized service.
"Consider joining us on one of our up-coming programs. You will find our small groups, numbering just 15 to 20 perfect for meeting new friends or enjoying the company of your own friends."
Equestrian Tours offers a unique format for their travel programs as explained by Wyatt.
"We don't call our offerings 'tours"' because, although we put together groups of interested (and interesting)
We refer to our offerings as 'programs'. We organize the hotels, transportation, some interesting sightseeing, tickets to the event, and a special dinner or dinners where possible and we are there to help and guide as needed, but it is your holiday and you are free to do as you wish. We just try to make it easier by thinking about things and making arrangements farther in advance than most people would.
Our gatherings bring wonderful people together with similar interests and we stand back and let you enjoy yourselves. You will never be herded, there won't be head counts."
Wyatt shares some recent comments from people who have traveled with Equestrian Tours.
Comments on our trips are "you sure deliver as promised", "I've never taken a tour before, this was great", "I couldn't get tickets, I'm so glad I found you" and most often "we'll be back!".
Upcoming programs include HSBC Classic - Luhmuhlen Horse Trials -A Part of the HSBC Classic 4-Star Event Series in Germany and Rotterdam CHIO – CDIO in Holland.
Learn more about the World Equestrian Games and Wyatt's other equestrian programs by visiting his website: http://www.equestours.com.