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Transfers from Geneva Airport

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I've been doing research on transfer from Geneva Airport to Chamonix in next december, the cheepest private transfer I found is Alpine buses and they seem to be the best for 7 people trip. I wonder if anyone has any personal experience with them?N[url=]https://www.alpinebuses.com/
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You could have a look at this 'Transfers' thread - not sure how up to date it is

https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=133644
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Thank you Mr.Egg It was a local facebook ad, most of transfers companies offices in Geneva located in Latvia wink
albob thank you for the topic - very helpfull.
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We are looking for the option for the company to travel together not separate. So shared transfer is not an option.
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@burjacenko, many of the buses don't carry many more than 7 passengers, so a private transfer would seem unlikely to me, just make one booking for the 7 of you.
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@burjacenko, Try this website: www.findtransfers.com. You post your request, and many transfer companies, including the big ones, will quote a price for you.

I have used them many times, and got amazingly low prices and great service.

WARNING: Note that www.alpinebuses.com has very low prices — lower than even www.findtransfers.com. But it's website is only a year old; it has only one review on Tripadvisor; its social media pages are non-existent, and its Facebook page is in RUSSIAN! And the "company" itself, is registered in Latvia (which to be fair, quite a few French transfer companies are). Plus its Terms & Conditions are just copied from other transport providers on the web. And it wants all the money up-front.

I would proceed with extreme caution; and if you do go for them, then use a UK Credit Card which will mean you get your money back if it's all a scam.
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Hello, I strongly recommend to use Ouibus from Geneva airport to Chamonix valley. https://www.ouibus.com/routes/geneva-chamonix?stationsDestination=0&stationsOrigin=1

We used them last year without any issues and even booked a ticket in advance. Usually the journey takes around 1:40h and their buses are coming and leaving from 30 min.
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Poogle wrote:
@burjacenko, Try this website: www.findtransfers.com. You post your request, and many transfer companies, inclu
ding the big ones, will quote a price for you.
I have used them many times, and got amazingly low prices and great service.


I also recommend findtransfers. I have used them a number of times and they are great. If nothing else they give you a sense of where the market is at and whether a quoted price is reasonable.
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