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Cycling Adventure Holidays

Experience the wonders of the world on two wheels on our adventure cycling trips!

WHY GO ON AN ADVENTURE CYCLING TRIP?

They say that cycling is the most energy-efficient way for a human being to travel. But it’s so much more than that. Cycle travel is the perfect way to see vast landscapes and long trails in a short space of time, yet it also allows you to control your pace and slow down to soak up the best bits.

Of course, a cycle tour can be an adventure in of itself. Cycle alongside zebras and gazelles in the Ngorongoro Crater, take in the epic views as you pass a snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro – our adventure cycling holidays immerse you in some of the most phenomenal destinations on Earth.

Here, there are no Jeep windows to separate you from the rest of the world – on our cycling trips, you become a part of your environment, stopping off at restaurants of Moshi and chatting to the locals, or enjoying an eye-opening safari around Lake Manyara.

We offer inclusive luxury cycling holidays, meaning that you can experience the thrill of adventurous offroad cycling by day, before retiring to a boutique lodge – even taking a dip in the pool!

As Ernest Hemingway said, “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best”, and on our mountain bike holidays you will do just that.

Our Cycling Adventure Holidays

STARTING FROM £6600
Tanzanian Cycle Adventure
10 Days from:
£2300
Challenge Rating:
Rating Two
6 Days from:
£650
Challenge Rating:
Rating Two

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Cycling Adventure Holidays FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Argentina can be visited year-round. However, the best time is during its spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) when the weather conditions are ideal.

The official currency is the Argentine Peso. ATMs are prevalent in Argentine cities, but it’s prudent to have cash when travelling to more remote areas.

Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. Many visitors do not require a visa for a stay of up to 90 days.

Top spots include Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Mendoza, Iguazu Falls, and the Andes Mountains.

Argentina is generally safe for tourists but like any destination, it’s essential to stay aware, particularly in crowded spaces.

While Spanish is the official language, English is commonly spoken in popular tourist areas and hotels.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Tap water is generally considered safe to drink in most parts of Argentina, but we still advise to take a filtered water bottle to be on the safe side.

Argentine cuisine is famous for its grilled meats (asado), empanadas, and delectable wine, providing food lovers a feast of flavours.

Argentinians are sociable and passionate. It’s common for friends to greet each other with a kiss on the cheek. In terms of dining, Argentinians usually eat dinner late, often starting around 9 pm.

Absolutely! From trekking in Patagonia, wine tasting in Mendoza, to exploring the vibrant streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina provides a variety of thrilling adventures.