New Zealand

The world in two small islands. From a leisurely two days to a spectacular twenty two day bike tour we have something for every-one. Enjoy summer from December to March.

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We have carefully chosen the best cycling areas in this vast country. The Southern States are best visited in the months of November to March and the far north of Queensland is best in July to early September. Experience Australia’s unique wildlife close up.

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Bali is a small (5,632 km2) tropical island with a wonderful diversity of scenery: superb beaches, volcanoes to 10,000 ft and more, lakes, extremely lush vegetation and very friendly people.

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Czech Republic / Austria

This biking adventure gives us a fascinating taste of the medieval towns and cities of the Czech Republic and its impressive castles as we cycle on quiet country lanes through gently rolling hills. Crossing into Austria the excellent cycle ways continue as we bike first by the Danube and then head for the lakes and the mountains – a dramatic change in scenery.

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Join Pedaltours as we leave the highways behind and cycle through villages where we will share the road with goats and camels - perhaps even an elephant; see local women pumping water at the communal well and be overwhelmed by magnificent Moghul forts rising above deserts and towns.

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Vietnam, with its many ethnic minorities and 2,200 years of history, is rich in culture and heritage. Enjoy bicycling on quiet country roads with the friendly locals. Our range of tours cover most of the country.

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Angkor is unique, a superb collection of fabulous temples, comprising the sacred skeleton of what was once the most powerful empire in South-east Asia. Between the 9th and 13th centuries the Khmer kings, who ruled from Angkor, used their vast wealth and huge labour force to create impressive temples to glorify both the kings and their capitals - many were built close to Siem Reap. At its peak, around 1200 AD, the population of the city of Angkor Thom reached 1 million, before declining as the vast irrigation network slowly silted up and the invasion of Angkor by the Siamese in 1431 AD.

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Custom Tours

Make your own tours, any area, number of days or level!

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