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Cycling Short Breaks

Cycling Short Breaks

Very full two weeks expertly led by our local guide (Memo) covering cycling on both the Pacific and the Atlantic coasts as well as across the middle of Costa Rica. The scenery and wildlife are magnificent (particularly across the more mountainous middle section of the country) with the additional activities including boat trips, wildlife walks and kayaking all adding greatly to the overall experience.

Graeme Mackenzie Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride

This was an action packed tour with not a moment lost, traversing a great selection of Vietnamese coutryside and towns.
Each day was breakfast at six, cycle and bus via interesting sights to the next town, dinner, hotel (with a couple of two nighters and an eye-opening train sleeper). At times exhausting, which enhanced camaraderie with the rest of the group (six solos, six couples).
The quality of the bikes and the provision of en-route refreshments was superb, as were the hotels. It was such a varied and full-on trip that I’ve come away with a head full of great memories and a pretty good knowledge of Vietnam.

Cameron Dunn Cycling Vietnam

I had a truly memorable week as part of a group of six, who cycled a total of 134 miles (215 km) from Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi to Varkala.

The weather was georgeous and the scenery and food amazing. The sights and sounds of the real Kerala could not be experienced in a better way.

Shibu our tour leader and Kingsley our mini bus driver and support assistant made it so easy just to relax and soak everything up. The support vehicle was always present to provide regular water top ups and snacks and always drove a good distance behind the last cyclist, (frequently me) so there was never any pressure to speed up.

There are seemingly no rules of the road in India.! Lorries, cars, taxis, tuk tuks, motor bikes and cyclists simply move along in incredible harmony , somehow avoiding each other and the numerous animals and pedestrians occupying the streets, by sounding horns and bells constantly. Unlike European drivers, this is done in a very non aggressive way and is simply to alert other road users of a vehicles presence. You soon learn to join in with your bicycle bell!

Rob Cycle the Coast of Kerala