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COVID-19 : SWITZERLAND is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 09 Sep 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to SWITZERLAND?

Entry is allowed for leisure travel to citizens from Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Canada, Morocco, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Tunisia, Thailand, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. Rescue flights are operational from Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, and 10+ other destinations.

  • Entry restrictions eased for citizens of 21 countries from 20 July
  • Travellers from 42 high risk countries have to undergo a 10-day quarantine on entering Switzerland
  • Face masks are mandatory on public transport, most shops, Basel Airport and Geneva Airport
  • Museums, restaurants, bars, zoos, theaters, and mountain transport services have been allowed to reopen
  • Rules at individual public establishments like restaurants, shops and museums must be followed by visitors mandatorily

Travellers entering Switzerland from high risk countries have to go under a 10-day quarantine. A negative test result does not shorten this time period. See a list of countries here


Rescue flights are available from Greece, US, Singapore, Germany, Denmark, Austria and 10+ more destinations to Zurich Airport

Local Transport

All local transport including buses, trains, and taxis are running. Wearing masks is mandatory for all passengers.

Most destinations, hotels and tourist attractions in Switzerland are following all safety measures to keep travellers safe. Thrillophilia recommends you to follow the safety measures and guidelines issued by the government and practice personal hygiene to stay safe.

Switzerland tops the ‘Safest Country To Travel’ Post-Covid list Updated: 26 Aug 2020

A study by the Deep Knowledge Group (DKV), a consortium of commercial and non-profit organisations active in many fronts in the realm of DeepTech and Frontier Technologies, listing the safest countries in the post-Corona world has placed Switzerland as the ‘Safest Country to Travel’ in the world. Read more.

Indian citizens holding long term visa or valid residence permit allowed entry Updated: 24 Aug 2020

Indian citizens' immigration into Switzerland will currently only be possible if you possess one of the following residence permits/visas (as per directive of the State Secretariat for Migration in Berne)

  • Valid residence permit C, B, L or a legitimation card
  • Long-term Visa type D only
  • Refugee’s travel document issued by Switzerland with a permanent residence permit or a valid F permitRead more.
Zermatt reopens for snow sports from June 6 Updated: 11 Aug 2020

Zermatt, one of the best skiing and snow sports destination in Switzerland has been reopened for tourists on June 6

Most hotels in Switzerland reopen for tourists with strict safety measures Updated: 11 Aug 2020

More than 3000 hotels in Switzerland have reopened for tourists with enhanced sanitization and cleanliness protocols and social distancing enablers in place to keep the travellers safe

Entry restrictions eased for citizens of 21 countries from 20 July Updated: 06 Aug 2020

Citizens of Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Canada, Morocco, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Tunisia, Thailand, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican are now allowed entry into Switzerland.

Travellers from 42 high risk countries have to undergo a 10-day quarantine on entering Switzerland Updated: 04 Aug 2020
  • Travellers from Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Eswatini, Guatemala, Honduras, Iraq, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Oman, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, Surinam, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Arab Emirates, United States of America entering Switzerland will have to undergo a 10-day quarantine
Recommended safe distance between people is reduced to 1.5 meters Updated: 04 Aug 2020

The recommended safe distance between people has been reduced from 2 m to 1.5 m in Switzerland

Zoos, theaters, mountain transport services, restaurants and bars reopen in Switzerland Updated: 04 Aug 2020

Zoos, botanical gardens, swimming pools, theaters, cinemas, mountain transport services, educational institutions, restaurants and bars have been reopened in Switzerland from June 6

Lauterbrunnen Waterfalls

Nestled amidst the picturesque Swiss Alps, thunderous Lauterbrunnen Waterfalls are nothing short of magical wonder that gush down into the valley with all their charismatic enamor. The staggering natural beauty of the roaring waterfalls perfectly complements the Alpine charm in the backdrop and is a magnificent place to reconnect with nature.

The waterfalls are idyllically ruffled in the Lauterbrunnen valley which is tucked between the gigantic rock cliffs, snow-capped mountain peaks, and verdant meadows. Interestingly, one of these waterfalls uniquely displays their formation in a cave-like environment and is a spectacular phenomenon to behold.

Cataloged as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Lauterbrunnen Waterfall Cave is bound to enrapture the visitors with its breath-taking glory. April to May happens to be the pinnacle of summer months and is the ideal time to visit the Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls. Summer months help to melt the snow and thus enhance their scenic beauty as they cascade over the rocky edge of the cliffs at full speed.

Here is a list of best Waterfalls in Lauterbrunnen:


Staubbach Falls

Staubbach Falls
Earmarked as one of Europe's highest free-falling waterfalls and the second-highest waterfall in Switzerland, Staubbach Falls is truly a stunner. As the waterfall tumbles down from a hanging valley, it adds a sense of splendor to an already incredible landscape.

During the summer months, warm winds swirl around the tumbling waters and create an effect of the misty spray. As a result, the waterfall descends in a condition of liquid dust and is titled as Staubbach Falls where the German word “Staub” stands for “dust”.

Location: Staubbach Falls is located above Lauterbrunnen Village in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland. 

Best Time: Between late April and early May.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between the Staubbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is only 500 meters.

Trümmelbach Falls

Trümmelbach Falls
Resonating noise along with churning water in the interior of the mountain, Trümmelbach Falls are Europe's largest subterranean waterfalls. This mesmerizing natural spectacle is a series of  10 glacier-fed waterfalls in a cave-like environment and has been listed as a natural UNESCO World Heritage site.

The acoustically and visually aesthetic Trümmelbach Falls is also the only glacier waterfalls that are accessible by dimly lit elevator, tunnels, and platforms. Next time you plan for a trip to Switzerland, don’t forget to venture into this chasm to witness the spectacle of milky glacial water cascading its way down over the chiseled rocks and thumping the walls of the narrow slot canyon. 

Location: Trümmelbach Falls are located right in the middle of the idyllic Lauterbrunnen valley.

Best Time: Between early April to early November.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between the Trümmelbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 2.8 kilometers.

Murrenbach Falls

Murrenbach Falls
Gurgling prominently deep in 5 cascades from a height of 417 meters, Murrenbach Falls is the highest waterfall in Switzerland. Although it flows around the year it only displays a consistent volume and an imposing flow during the summer months.

One can get the best views of the captivating Murrenbach Falls while traversing in a cable car via Stechelberg –Gimmelwald- Mürren- Schilthorn route.  

Location: Murrenbach Falls is located just outside the Stechelberg village which is the gateway to the upper Lauterbrunnen valley.

Best Time: Between April and August.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between Murrenbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 4.7 kilometers.
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Reichenbach Falls

Reichenbach Falls
Reichenbach Falls is a multi-tiered spellcaster and is famous for its association with the demise of the fictional character Sherlock Holmes in a short story called The Final Problem. Since then, the impressively tall waterfall has emerged to be a major tourist destination.

As it attracts numerous visitors from all around the globe, the uppermost part of the Reichenbach Falls has been made accessible by a funicular for beautiful views.

Location:  Lower part of the Reichenbachtal valley in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland.

Best Time: Mid May – Early October.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between the Reichenbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 43 kilometers.

Staldenbach Falls

To delve into the exquisiteness of the Staldenbach Falls, one has to bypass the Trummelbach Falls and drive further into the Lauterbrunnen valley. Plunging over multiple stages from a height of 300-500 meters, it can be spotted at the left side of the valley.

As Staldenbach Falls is majorly fed by the melted snow of Silberhorn glacier, it regains its majestic charm in the summer months after the termination of the spring. Needless to mention, it is also one of the highest waterfalls in Switzerland.

Location: Near the Lauterbrunnen village, in the region Berner Oberland, Switzerland.

Best Time: April-May

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between the Staldenbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 136.5 kilometers

Talbach Falls

A glistening hidden gem in the heart of the alpine region, Talbach Falls lies at the end of the Lauterbrunnen valley, near Stechelberg village. In a miraculous phenomenon, the waterfall impressively tumbles down in the valley by shooting through the hard rocks like an arrow.

One can discover the waterfall at close quarters but has to be cautious regarding the slipperiness of the staircases leading up to the top.

Location: Near Stechelberg village in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland.

Best Time: April to June.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between Talbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 5.2 kilometers.

Spiessbach Falls

Spiessbach Falls is another shiny jewel of Lauterbrunnen Valley and has a whopping drop of 290 meters in a single leap. Similar to its fellow neighbors, Spissbach is also fed with the melted snow from the Bietenhorn mountain and is surrounded by the most glorious beauty of the Swiss Alps.

Location: Near Lauterbrunnen village.

Best Time: Early April –June.

Distance From Lauterbrunnen City: The distance between the Spiessbach Falls and Lauterbrunnen City is 12.7 kilometers.
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06 February 2020
I was traveling with my family and it was a great journey. We were able to capture some amazing shots of the natural delight the place had to offer. The kids had a lot of fun. The customer support team of thrillophilia was also very helpful in clearing out a number of doubts I had about the tour. Remember to carry your voucher with you, a mobile voucher with you will also do, if not physical.
27 December 2019
Visited the church, the chapel, and many other historic sites around the place. It was really engaging and we got to learn a lot about the culture of the place. The guide was well informed. Don't forget to carry enough water to the trip. There is a lot of walking around to do and you would not want to get thirsty. All the best for your trip!
16 February 2020
If you love to indulge in some adventure with your family and friends, the Mount Titlis is the place to be. To start with, the package is totally affordable and delivers every bit of it. The view from the cliff walk is surreal. The safety is on it's place and the guide too is very good there.
06 January 2020
A wide variety of activities to do, loved playing with the show and the cliff walk was something out of this world. I was scared at first for the event but then the guide there really helped me get over it. It was a magical experience, one should definitely try.
27 November 2019
There are some great things about Schilthorn cable car: The view of the mesmerizing mountains is really something one could never get enough of. The tour is designed and managed very professionally by the team. The great dining experience can be enjoyed at the revolving restaurant.
04 November 2019
It was great to spend such a great evening enjoying a ton of fun activities. I had a lot fun sledding and I must say that the fondue dinner was delicious. Fun and food, a great way to spend a night indeed.
10 December 2019
The dinner was on point, the activities were really fun and I along with my kids had a lot of fun exploring the night night sledding experience. If you are in interlaken you have to take one night out and enjoy this thrilling adventure with your family or your friends. The drinks served were also delicious.
23 January 2020
The perfect evening to spend with your better half. We were planning on doing something out of the box on one of the nights on our trip to Switzerland and I must say that the night Sledding was the right choice. We indulged in some sledding which was really exciting follows by a grand meal and drinks.
19 September 2019
The best fun I had at night in Switzerland was with sulwald Sledding experience at Interlaken. The activities are really organized and the guide gives thorough instruction about the details of the night. I must say that these instructions can get really boring but the guide found a way to make it really fun. I and my partner I was able to get into the action really fast with Sledging which followed dinner. All in all, I must thank Thrillophilia for making our night adventurous.
21 December 2020
Riding on a supremely comfortable coach through the picturesque landscapes, the Jungfraujoch Trip was a once in a lifetime experience for me. The entire journey was just really beautiful and we had a ton of fun throughout the voyage.

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  1. How far is the Trümmelbach Falls from Lauterbrunnen?

    Trümmelbach Falls is situated within a distance of 2.8 kilometers from the Lauterbrunnen city. A nice walk on a pleasant morning will take a little more than 30 minutes to reach this signature Lauterbrunnen waterfalls. Eminent for its unique subterranean formation, the Lauterbrunnen Waterfall Cave lures travelers from all over the globe.

    Lauterbrunnen Waterfall Cave is also conveniently accessible through dimly lit stairs,tunnels and walkways. Among all the Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls, the magnetism of Trümmelbach Falls is best experienced in the early morning.
  2. Where is the valley of 72 waterfalls?

    Lauterbrunnen valley is known as the valley of 72 waterfalls which is tucked away 70km southeast of Bernese Oberland in the alps of Switzerland. The Lauterbrunnen waterfalls are scattered throughout the Lauterbrunnen valley can be easily reached by train or by car.

    A 20 minutes train ride from the Swiss town of Interlaken will port you here. Amidst the Alpine beauty, these Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls happily torrents down the cliffs and are geological wonders in every sense.The unparalleled beauty of these Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls compels hikers from different continents to come together on delightful trails.

    Summer is the ideal time to visit the Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls as the melted snow enhances the volume of the water flow and the Lauterbrunnen valley waterfalls stand out in all its glory.
  3. How long does Trümmelbach Falls take?

    Displaying an idiosyncratic formation inside a cavern, the entire exploration of the Trümmelbach Falls can be completed in an hour. Eminent for being the signature site among all the Lauterbrunnen waterfalls, the Lauterbrunnen Waterfall Cave can be smoothly explored with the man-made cemented paths, tunnels, pathways, and elevators.

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