Van Long Nature Reserve – Ninh Binh

Van Long nature reserve is a legendary land and an amazingly beautiful landscape for tourism, while at the same time, the largest mangrove nature reserve in northern delta, Ninh Binh province. Van Lang reserve is on area of 2,643 hectares in seven communes of Gia Vien district.

Can Gio Biosphere Reserve – Ho Chi Minh City

Can Gio Biosphere Reserve, also called Can Gio forest park is located in Can Gio district (previously Duyen Hai district), in the coastal zone of Ho Chi Minh City. The area is situated in a recently formed estuary complex of tidal flats, where the Vam Co, Saigon and Dong Nai rivers discharge into the sea. The topography of Can Gio is low-lying and dynamic. The site is divided by a network of canals and rivers.

Cycling Hanoi to Duong Lam Village, a small village that has somehow managed to escape the winds of change sweeping through the country. A bike journey to Duong Lam village is a cycling trip to trace back the origin of Vietnam’s culture and Vietnam’s traditions.

This is also the great chance to explore architecture of ancient houses while cycle along its narrow alleyways, visit temples dedicated to the two kings who were born there, and most interesting of all, chat with locals living in the ancient houses.

Biking Tours Sapa Adventure Cycling Northern Vietnam

Biking Tours Sapa and Northern Vietnam in 6 days are great adventure cycling tours in the mountain areas in the North of Vietnam. Enjoy biking tours to villages in Sapa, cycling tours to Lai Chau, Dien Bien, Son La and Mai Chau.

Twante Cycling Guide

The town is situated on – and gives its name to – the Twante Canal, which was constructed during the colonial period to improve access from Yangon to the Ayeyarwady delta. A small town that is well known for its pottery industry and cotton weaving, as well as its old Mon-style pagoda. A ride on the canal offers contrasting images: the buzzing chaos in Yangon is replaced by the provincial calmness of the countryside only a few minutes outside the former capital.

Taung Gyi Cycling Guide

Taunggyi is a pleasant hill mountain station which means “huge mountain” in the Burmese language, a reference to a ridge on the east side of the city. Taunggyi is the capital of Shan State and has a population of approximately 200,000, making it the fourth-largest city in Myanmar. Taunggyi sits at an elevation of 1,400 metres above sea level. Although it is located in Shan State, Shans do not make up the majority of the city’s population, with the Intha and Pa-O dominating. Prior to British colonization

Salay Cycling Guide

Salay (also known as Salae) is a much more religious center and has many more working monasteries than Bagan. Salay is the native town of the famous writer Salay U Pone Nya during the time of the Myanmar Kings. It is about 1 ½ hours’ drive south of Bagan. You can enjoy the atmosphere of the colonial buildings and the ruins north of town, monasteries and pagodas.  The famous and primary attraction is “Yoke-Sone-Kyaung’’

The Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is world-renowned for its dramatic seascapes and beautiful bushland with cascading waterfalls, rainforest walks and ancient fern gullies on one side and on the seaside magnificent surf beaches, high cliffs and incredible rugged coastal scenery and landscapes. Experience this wild region of Australia as you journey over 300 km’s from Port Fairy to Melbourne. Indulge yourself on a cycle tour that caters for moderate to advanced cyclist with optional cycling distances designed to suit each level of experience. This tour offers generous amounts of time for sight seeing and enjoying the attractions the Great Ocean Road offers. All sections of each day are optional, and there is no obligation to cycle each one, your support person will always be available to look after you.


DAY 1 Distance: 65 – 96 km    Altitude gain: 242 m

Port Fairy to Port Campbell – Ride pass the lake water of Belfast Lough teeming with
bird life. Then onto Logan’s Beach where the Southern Right whales give birth to their young using the bay as a nursery before migrating back to Antarctica. Arrive at your hotel, superbly situated with a stunning balcony outlook over the beach & harbour.

Distance: 73 – 103 km    Altitude gain: 1228 m
Port Campbell to Apollo Bay – Experience an exhilarating section of riding as you cycle
along the Shipwreck coast before entering the magnificent Otway National Park. Pedal your way past the tops of the limestone craggy stacks sticking out above the cliffs on route to the famous 12 Apostles.

Distance: 93km    Altitude gain: 704 m
Apollo Bay to Torquay – Awake to the sound of surf pounding on the sandy shore before getting back on the bike and rolling out back along the Great Ocean Road. Hug the coastline all the way to Anglesea before heading inland to Torquay.

DAY 4 Distance: 70 -118 km    Altitude gain: 15 m
Torquay to St Kilda – Commence the day through flat and rural landscapes with farmsteads lost in a sea of parched grassland scorched by the summer heat. Then roll through Black Rock, Sandringham, Hampton & Brighton before reaching the outskirts of Melbourne.

Price per person twin share $2,795AUD for 2, $2,195AUD for 4, $1,995AUD for 6

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Margaret River

The stella Margaret River, famous for it’s wine is also a paradise of surf beaches, tall karri forests, underground caves and bush tracks. Wonderful wine and food embellish the vineyards which commonly extend out to meet world-class waves throughout seventy five beaches. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Prevally, catch a glimpse of the passing whales and explore caves at Cape Leeuwin. Margaret River is a place where breathtaking scenery and good living mould into one


DAY 1 Distance: 28 km

Yallingup to Cowaramu ~ Commene your journey through the valleys of the Margaret River region. Absorb yourself into the unique landscape’s as you cycle along the rolling hills, stopping off at famous wineries, breweries, galleries and even a chocolate factory. Winery stops: Vasse Felix and Cullens Wines.

DAY 2 Distance: 53 km

Cowaramup to Margaret River ~ Enjoy a relaxed days riding through Marri forest. Stop for lunch at the delicious Berry Farm and then make your way to the character infused town of Margaret River. Winery stops: Brookwood Estate

DAY 3 Distance: 20 km

Margaret River to Prevelly return – Ride the paved cycle path out to the coastal town of Prevelly. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch over looking the western coastline and if your heart desires spend some time sunbathing on the beach. Winery stops: Winery Mentelle.

DAY 4 Distance: 66 km

Margaret River to Augusta – The last day’s ride descends down the coast towards the peninsula town of Augusta. Enjoy a unique section of riding through dense karri forest on a remote back road. Savour a few glasses of wine at the award winning Voyager Estate winery. Explore the vast chambers of the impressive Mammoth cave

Price per person twin share $2,995AUD for 2, $2,395AUD for 4, $2,195AUD for 6

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Byron Bay Coastal Tour

Magnificent scenery, pristine beaches, delicious tropical fruits, award winning restaurants, creative visual arts, legendary musical talent and a wealth of culture makes the Byron Bay Coastal Tour a sensory delight from beginning to end. Encapsulating the most eastern coastline of Australia from Ballina to the Gold coast, the beautiful beaches often back onto reserves, and the subtropical climate means you can swim, even in mid-winter. If you enjoy the good life, love beautiful places, great food and are thirsty for relaxing holiday balanced with exercise, then this tour is for you.


DAY 1 Distance: 60.5 km Altitude gain: 468 m

Ballina to Clunes – Commence the tour with a scenic ferry ride over the Richmond River ~ Wind your way up into the lush hinterland, abundant with macadamia, avocado, vegetable, tropical fruit and coffee farms. Indulge in a gourmet lunch in the garden of Eltham Valley Pantry, nestled in the picturesque valley of Eltham.

Distance: 41 km Altitude gain: 365 m
Clunes to Byron Bay – Descend towards the coastline whilst soaking in the panoramic views on both sides, which encapsulate the volcanic ridge line of the Mt Warning Caldera and the most eastern coastline of Australia. Taste the award winning pleasures of the Harvest Café in Newrybar, with its local fresh organic produce and Alfresco dining on a spacious rambling veranda.

DAY 3 Distance: 32 km Altitude gain: 129 m
Byron Bay to Brunswick – Feel enriched as with the warmth of the morning sun on your back as you enjoy a peaceful ride over gentle rolling hills heading into the hinterland. Saturate yourself in the rich and vibrant culture of Australia’s biggest small town: Mullumbimby.

Distance: 41 km Altitude gain: 156 m
Brunswick to Kingscliff – Relax into an easy days ride along cycle paths and old coastal roads • Feel the sea breeze and enjoy the journey to Kingscliff where trendy beachfront coffee shops await you along the way. View the famous Mount Warning, surrounded by the vast World Heritage listed central eastern rain forests of Australia.

Price per person twin share $2,495AUD for 2, $2,095AUD for 4, $1,995AUD for 6

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The Barossa Valley Wine Tour

Idyllic to exciting, traditional to contemporary, the Adelaide Hills are so authentically unique and the cultural life is as diverse as the terrain. Geometric vineyards nestle among tangled bark forest, rolling hills surrender to rugged ravines, glittering galleries contrast with earthy rural comforts. A cycling escape to the Adelaide Hills is a chance to challenge yourself physically whilst soaking up the ever changing landscapes and indulging in fresh local produce and world-class wines.


DAY 1 Distance: 32 km Altitude gain: 702 m

Adelaide to Hahndorf – Commence your journey out of the city up the Crafers Range into the Adelaide Hills. Cycle through quaint small towns before reaching Hahndorf. Relax with a glass of south Australian Red and some gourmet appetisers whilst enjoying the peacefulness this countryside has to offer.

Distance: 64 km Altitude gain: 389 m
Hahndorf to Springton – Today’s ride meanders its way past a selection of spectacular wineries. Dabble in some wine tasting along the way and enjoy a gourmet vineyard lunch of your choice at one of the many stunning locations.

Distance: 39 km Altitude gain: 254
Springton to Tanunda – Enjoy the picturesque scenery and infinite views as you ride into the epicenter of the Barossa Valley. Today’s ride includes parts of the world famous tour down under cycling race.

DAY 4 Distance: 39 km Altitude gain: 254 m
The Wine Tour Experience – a showcase of the best that the Barossa Valley wine region has to offer; fine wines, beautiful food and elegant countryside.

DAY 5 Distance: 79 km Altitude gain: 524
Tanunda to Adelaide – Reward yourself with the enjoyable descent into the city of Adelaide through the towns of Lyndoch, Williamstown and Kersbrook. Spend your last night indulging in specialty South Australian cuisine at your choice of award winning Adelaide restaurants.

Price per person twin share $2,795AUD for 2, $2,195AUD for 4, $1,995AUD for 6

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