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Guided Cycling Tours

For over 30 years Pedaltours has designed and operated bike tours. We offer a comprehensive range of fabulous guided cycling tours in New Zealand, the South Pacific, Asia and Europe.

Pedaltours is an experienced and trusted bike tour operator. We are passionate about our cycle tours and offer only the very best. All our tour routes have been thoroughly scouted and then high quality lodges and restaurants have been carefully selected to meet the needs of the cycle tourist.

Many who have travelled with us over the years return time and again to cycle another stunning corner of our world.

Our local tour guides add an extra personal touch with their extensive knowledge of the area, the flora, the fauna and the outdoors. The Pedaltours team is dedicated to bringing you the cycling holiday of a lifetime.

"From start to finish fantastic service. Booking process was easy. Questions were quickly and precisely answered by the Pedaltours staff. Our guide was just the best. Can't say enough about our trip. Great scenery, food, accommodations, and equipment totally exceeded our expectations. Pedaltours is absolutely the best for a memorable bike trip." Clark USA.

A Pedaltour is for every-one.  Ride at your own pace and make use of the support van when you choose.

Come and join us for a fabulous cycling vacation.

NEW ZEALAND

Unspoiled New Zealand - glaciers, rainforests, lakes and snowy peaks. Visitors come to experience our awe-inspiring scenery, to search for adventure, to seek out relaxation and rejuvenation, or just to breathe our pure mountain air.

The South Island has some of the world's finest scenery. New Zealand was one of the last places in the world to be settled by man and it still retains a rugged, incomparable pristine beauty.  On the West Coast see the spectacular Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers and the Punakaiki pancake rocks and blowholes. Lake Wanaka’s spectacular location at the foot of the Southern Alps with the wilderness of the Mt Aspiring National Park nearby.  Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world.

The North Island is known for its volcanic activity, national parks, wine growing regions and cosmopolitan cities. It's home to about three-quarters of New Zealand’s population. The Coromandel is renowned for it’s beauty: an outdoor haven where rugged terrain is contrasted by an idyllic coastline. The laid back culture, locally known as ‘Coromandel time’, encourages a relaxed atmosphere.  Rotorua is famous for its exciting geothermal activity including geysers and mud pools. It also has a prominent Maori culture and a thriving adventure tourism industry.

Enjoy friendly Kiwi hospitality, superb scenery and terrain that will delight cycle enthusiasts – knowing that each evening, there is a comfortable lodge and excellent cuisine awaiting you. 

Friday, May 25, 2018
News for May 2018
Welcome to Pedaltours 'Dispatch' a brief newsletter we will send on occasion to keep our Pedaltours customers up to speed with our activities. Welcome to our May 2018 Dispatch! We are excited to bring you our latest Feature tour: Vietnam Explorer. We also have new brochures for the upcoming .. Read more
  



 

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Why people keep coming back...

I thought the routes (roads), landscape, scenery and towns were all well planned out – made the trip! I’ve done a lot of rides and I can’t say I’ve been on a better route in terms of the above!

Kurt, USA

We both just want to say what a fantastic time we had whilst away with Haoung and Mr T. They were both superb and they could not have been more helpful and caring.

The accommodation was great and as for the wonderful food well where do we start. The lunches were a bit too much at 5 or so courses and then having to do it all again in the evening we were so full.

But we loved it all the same. The only thing we would say was that we would have preferred to eat amongst the locals at lunch time rather than in the empty restaurants.

The stops along the way were interesting and were well looked forward to. We did just the right amount of biking each day and enjoyed the hotel pool in the late afternoons.

Sue Storey, New Zealand

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