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Wilds of Sarawak by Bicycle

Wilds of Sarawak by Bicycle

A cycling adventure through lovely, lush Sarawak, from Kushing to Semantan by road, path, and river.

Borneo conjures up images of intrepid explorers, dense tropical rainforest, a dazzling array of tropical wildlife and of course, the great ape indigenous to this island, the orangutan. This week long cycling adventure takes in Kuching, the diverse, lively capital of Sarawak; orangutan rehabilitation centres where you have a chance to get up close to these engaging creatures, kayaking the languid Sarawak River, trekking along steamy jungle paths, and witnessing the birth of baby turtles on the pristine beaches. The jungle adventures are much the focus of the tour but there will also be plenty of time to mingle with the friendly, fun and fascinating local indigenous people, as the group will stay in their houses and visit their villages.

Untamed Borneo

Untamed Borneo

Dense jungles, wild animals and exotic flora will be your introduction to Borneo on this cycling holiday. Rivers, mountains, and beaches are to follow as you bike on dirt and tarmac roads across the north of Borneo.

This trip starts off where the wild things are. You'll cycle to, and spend two nights in, the midst of Malaysia’s largest wildlife reserve, where you are sure to sight monkeys and teeming bird life. Next it’s on to a boat to cruise through the mangroves of the Kinabatagan River and hopefully sight proboscis monkeys, found only in Borneo. The tour will visit two different sanctuaries to see proboscis monkeys and orangutans up close before switching tracks and cycling off road, following part of the Sandakan Death March route. Then, from a position up high with spectacular views of Mount Kinabalu, you'll descend to the stunning coastline and are rewarded for all your efforts with a night at a luxurious resort.

Thailand to Singapore by Road Bike

Thailand to Singapore by Road Bike

Embrace the buzz of Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore on this epic bike trip

Jump wheels-first into the intoxicating delights of Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore on this spectacular 15-day bicycle trip. Delight in the beaches, nature and coastline of Thailand. Embrace the delicious cuisine, history and pleasant locals in Malaysia before wrapping things up with some glamour in Singapore. This tour has something to please everyone and will forever remain etched in your memory.

Three Lakes and More

Three Lakes and More

Soak up an exciting ride around a trio of amazing pre-Alpine lakes

Lose yourself in a trio of pre-Alpine lakes on this cycling adventure that combines riding with breath-taking landscapes. Bask in unspoiled nature, charming villages and delicious food as you explore Maggiore, Como, and Iseo, and their mountainous surroundings.

Kyushu Onsen to Onsen

Kyushu Onsen to Onsen

Discover Japan’s spiritual heartland exploring ancient shrines and samurai castles. Experience awesome Mt Futago volcano, stunning beaches and bountiful local produce before indulging in blissful relaxation at hot springs in this serene tour of Japan.

The tour group meets in well-connected Fukuoka, from which you'll quickly head out with a ride along the Chikugo River to an Edo-era town. After climbing up the only significant hill on this trip, there is a leisurely descent to the town of Usa, followed by a visit to a Shinto shrine dating back to 708. Now it's time to ride around the conical 731 m-high (2398 ft) Mt. Futago volcano, which has 28 ravines extending radially from its centre. Cycling around the perimeter avoids a somewhat daunting climb and provides the opportunity to explore the beaches, ports, and hidden temples in the forest. This area is also very rural and known for producing scallions, leeks, tomatoes and prized kabosu limes.

Japan's Noto Peninsula

Japan's Noto Peninsula

An immersive tour of Japan's Noto peninsula

Jutting out into the Sea of Japan, the remote Noto Peninsula offers a coastline of impressive seascapes to explore by bike. While the rugged Western coast rises and falls, eroded as it is by wind and wave, the Eastern coast enjoys a calmer shore and stunning views of the distant Nagano alpine peaks.

Bali Mountain Biking Adventure

Bali Mountain Biking Adventure

Spectacular off-road tour through diverse Bali

If you’re a rider who loves mountain biking and are up for a new challenge, then this tour will more than exceed your expectations. Starting from the beach resort of Sanur you'll explore the famous Batur Crater, visit the island's two highest volcanoes and various canyons. Take in breath-taking coastal views along the way as you ride on a variety of surfaces – dirt, volcanic lava, gravel, sand and tarmac – and witness a huge diversity of environments, from volcanic craters to beautifully crafted rice paddies, finally ending at gorgeous beaches.

Sulawesi Tribes and Traditions

Sulawesi Tribes and Traditions

An off-road exploration of the extraordinary island of Sulawesi

From Indonesia's vast archipelago of more than 13,000 islands, the island of Sulawesi stands out for its unique shape comprised of four large peninsulas. It is also an island of dramatic extremes – from rugged volcanic peaks and beaches to two vastly different tribes – the seafaring Bugis and the mysterious highland Torajans. Discover the charismatic local cultures of the Tana Toraja Region, starting with a visit to Kete Kesu, one of the oldest ethnic Torajan villages. Here you'll learn about their complex funeral rites and see their cliff graves. The trip continues into the mountains and on to discover serene Lake Poso. The tour ends at the coastal town of Poso – which is also one of the biggest and the oldest towns in the province.

Taiwan Traverse by Road Bike

Taiwan Traverse by Road Bike

See the whole of Taiwan, from Taipei to Kenting, Taroko Gorge to Kaohsiung, along quiet, smooth roads

On this hilly, and in places steep, ride you will be challenged as you head up and over the Central Mountain Range twice, culminating at 3,275 m (10,745 ft) on the Hehuanshan Road. You will ride just under 927 kilometers (576 miles) in 9 days of riding on smooth tarmac roads. The trip is fully supported and your guide’s expert knowledge of the area and terrain means that you always know what is coming up in terms of distance and difficulty. This makes a tremendous difference, as does the constant supply of cold drinks, ice and fresh fruit.

Bhutan Heritage by Bicycle

Bhutan Heritage by Bicycle

This bike tour is a true classic with Himalayan mountain passes, sweeping descents, magnificent views, clean air, abundance of culture and history in one of the most secluded countries in the world.

Bicycling in Bhutan is rewarded with stunning views and pristine nature on good paved roads with little traffic. You'll start cycling from Thimpu after visiting Paro, and head east to Punakha, stopping to visit dzongs (fortresses), monasteries and temples and absorbing the Buddhist culture.