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Sun 16 Jun 19 Salta - San Salador de Juyjuy Avg Daily Distance 70km/ 45 miles
Redspokes Northern Argentina tour takes in rainforest, dramatic ravines, the Andean puna and dazzling white salt flats.
The holidays starts in Salta. From here we cycle to Cafayeta along the Calchauies valleys, passing through Quebrada de les Conchas, a dramtic sandstone gorge that dates from the Cretaceous period. We cycle on enjoying the unique vistas of Arrows Ravine along Argentina’s longest road, Ruta 40. We visit picturesque Cachi characterised by adobe clay houses and cobblestone streets. Looping back through Los Cardones National Park with a thrilling descent, we enjoy a rest day in Salta. Our journey then takes us north to discover the wonders of the Quebrada de Humahuca world heritage ravine that runs towards Bolivia. We descent the Lipan Steep and visit the amazing Cerro Siete Colores (Seven Colours Hills) before we end our cycling in San Salador de Juyjuy.
Sat 27 Jul 19 Medellin - Bogotá Avg. Daily Distance 75km / 47 miles
Colombia is one of South America's most beautiful but least-visited countries. The Colombian passion for cycling is on par with their love of football, making it a fantastic destination for the intrepid cyclist.
The redspokes tour from Medellin to Bogota combines challenging long mountain climbs and dramatic Andean scenery.
We journey through an amazing variety of landscapes, sights and cultures characterised by the lush verdant hillsides of the coffee district.
The tour begins in Medellin and ends in Bogotá, two of Colombia's most vibrant cities; between these lively contrasting destinations we cycle the Altro de Letras - reputedly the world's longest road and go right off the beaten track to discover the Colombian countryside. With a history of European colonialism and a troubled era of political struggles and drug wars, modern Colombia has moved on from the past, striving for a new future and now welcomes visitors
Colombia claims to be 'one of the happiest places on the planet' and with cycling not just a past time but a national sport, what better destination for an adventure cycling holiday?
Sun 28 Jul 19 Chandigarh - Shimla - Rampur - Leh Avg. Daily Distance 70km / 45 miles
This cycling adventure from Spiti to Ladakh combines ever changing panoramas on rough terrain and challenging weather conditions. Experience awe inspiring mystical overtones in isolated mountain locations. The extremes of the journey intensify the aesthetics of landscape, culture and local communities on your journey from Chandigarh to Leh.
This adventure holiday is a thrilling journey of contrasts from beautiful valleys to expansive barren landscapes. The high mountain ranges divert cloud cover from the area, resulting in wide open arid desert like terrain. Dotted across the region you'll encounter religious culture: monasteries, pray flags and sacred symbolism.
We cycle over major passes, two of which are over 5000m (16,400ft). An old trading route and described as a 'highway', the Spiti to Leh road is in fact narrow in places and for much of the year exposed to extreme weather conditions and blocked by snow, although we will avoid this on our trip.
Sun 28 Jul 19 Phnom Penh - Banteay Srey Average daily distance is 52km/ 32 miles
Bicycle is the main means of transport to many in Cambodia, so the redspokes cycling holiday is an ideal opportunity to experience the country's rich culture and varied way of life.
Our Cambodia bicycle holiday offers a broad insight into this exotic, mystical and hugely diverse country.
The itinerary consists of approximately 653km of cycling. The terrain in general is not hilly, but the bike riding is varied. Many of Cambodia's roads are now well surfaced but in the more remote areas we will encounter rougher conditions and cycle on dirt tracks.
Sun 28 Jul 19 Chiang Rai - Nan Avg. Daily Distance 75km / 47 miles
The redspokes Northern Thailand cycling tour visits beautiful remote areas, you will bike on twisting mountain roads with unparalleled landscapes. We transfer from Chiang Rai to Mae Sai, the northern most point of Thailand where 3 countries and 2 rivers meet. Here our cycling begins.
We ride through the famed Golden Triangle and on to Phu Chi Fa, high in the mountains, a unique spot in Northern Thailand with a rich diversity of flora and fauna. Local children carrying crops on their backs will pass you as they go about their daily travails. Very few Westerners visit this area. Early risers can enjoy a 4am sunset over the Laos jungle border way beneath us.
We continue into Nan, Thailand’s most remote and undiscovered province and once an autonomous region. Tucked away in a valley overlooked by the forested Luang Prabang Ridge that creates a border with Lao, with no less than 6 national parks, and sloped winding roads through orchard, paddy fields and verdant forest, Nan province is a cyclist’s paradise. On our cycling adventure we encounter minority cultures, local history, a mountain scenery of karst peaks and rolling mists and rare species.
You will visit hidden temples, traditional markets, tumbling waterfalls and tranquil retreats in some of Thailand’s most ethnically diverse regions, encountering some challenging terrain. Our tour ends in the principal city Nan where there are sites of interest including the national museum and the 16th century Wat Phumin.
Sun 11 Aug 19 Luang Prabang - Luang Prabang Avg. Daily Distance 80 / 50
redspokes Laos Northern Loop cycling holiday begins in UNESCO World Heritage town Luang Prabang. Departing the city, we have a tough first day in the saddle, cycling a mountainous route with a back drop of spectacular karst peaks. We head on through the north east and the Phou Bia mountains, one of the highest mountain ranges in Laos.
We reach the legendary Plain of Jars; a huge archaeological complex. The stone jars are over 2,000 years old. Believed to be Iron Age burial urns, their true origin remains a mystery and legend has it that they could have been created to brew potent rice wine to celebrate the victory of a band of mythical giants over their enemies. We have a day to explore the mystical Iron Age remains and learn more about their history.
Continuing to cycle hilly, rural, remote regions, we will be welcomed by minority communities. Cycling through forested conservation areas we reach beautiful Nong Khiaw village on the banks of the Nam Ou river, surrounded by jungle and limestone cliffs. Our Laos Northern Loop cycling holiday ends back in beautiful Luang Prabang.
Sun 18 Aug 19 Siem Reap - Ho Chi Ming City Avg. Daily Distance 50 / 31
Beginning with the ancient Khmer temples of Siem Reap and ending in the buzzing modernity of Ho Chi Minh City, our Mekong Delta tour takes you from historic culture to contemporary Saigon living.
Our Angkor to Ho Chi Minh cycle rise is a journey through rual landscapes and riverside communities. We will see history marked by traces of Pol Pot atrocities in Cambodian and Vietnamese killing fields and Cu Chi underground tunnels used during the first Indochina and American wars.
We have a day to enjoy the splendor of elegant Phnom Penh take a boat trip to Chau Doc discovering the Mekong 'rice bowl' of Vietnam, comprising 9 sprawling rivers where floating markets offer an abundance of fruit and vegetables from orchards paddy fields and swamp lands. Riding on we encounter wildlife, local cottage industries and minority cultures.
Sat 31 Aug 19 Dehli - Leh Avg. Daily Distance 65km / 40 miles
redspokes Indian Himalayas cycling holiday from Manali to Leh begins in the fertile greenery of Kullu Valley, from here we traverse a high altitude desert to reach the isolated mountainous Ladakh region, so remote and stark it is barely populated.
The redspokes journey is one of the most demanding mountain bike tours in the world offering extreme challenges and rewards through the very heart of the Himalayas. You will encounter sacred and spiritual landmarks in this celestial landscape on some of the finest roads an adventure cyclist could wish for, riding switchback after switchback for hours on end, ascending into the thin air at an altitude of 5,000 m.
We transfer by road from Delhi to Manali via Mandi and spend a couple of days acclimatising. Situated at 1,950m (6,398 ft) Manali is an interesting hill station in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh and a popular tourist destination during the summer months. Our cycling route from Manali to Leh in Ladakh covers 476km (296 miles) over 8 days and takes us over five major passes, two of which are above 5000m (16,400ft). An old trading route and described as a 'highway', the Manali to Leh road is extremely narrow in places. For much of the year it is closed due to extreme weather conditions.
Sat 07 Sep 19 Tashkent - Tashkent Avg. Daily Distance 80km / 50miles
Uzbekistan has much to offer the adventure traveller from ancient history, culture and traditional bazaars, to beautiful landscapes. At the heart of the ancient Silk Road from China through the Middle East to Rome, Redspokes cycling tour re-traces the footsteps of travellers and traders from a time when Uzbekistan was a well-trodden path. From Tashkent to Bukhara we travel to Djizakh town. From here we cycle to Lake Turzhan and along the Pistalitau mountain ridge. Our route continues through scenic valleys towards beautiful Sob gorge before we tackle the toughest mountain climb to Fazilman Lake. At the end of our cycling we transfer to historic Bukara, with a rest day to enjoy the sights. Then we transfer by train to Tashkent. You have the option to travel on to Khiva on our extended itinerary.
Sun 15 Sep 19 Ardrossan - Inverness Avg. Distance 72km/ 45 miles
Redspokes Scotland 500 cycling adventure, from Ardrossan to Sutherland is a spectacular challenge over more than 500 miles, crossing islands, following the Great Glen and Caledonia Way to Inverness then across the Black Isle biking rugged terrain to the remote Highlands.
The tour begins with a Hebridean Island hop, through outstanding natural surroundings. We follow the Mull of Kintyre alongside sea lochs to Fort William and up the Great Glen & Caledonian Canal. Enjoying the Scottish hospitality whilst taking in outstanding natural beauty, historic castles, ancient Celtic history and the wonders of Scottish engineering working in harmony with nature.
From Inverness, we cross the Black Isle to Bonar Bridge then we head to Achultibuie on the west coast. North West Scotland is one of the last great scenic cycling secrets in Europe. You then continue to the small fishing port of Lochinver. Passing white sands at Scourie bay, we find ourselves in a lunar landscape of lochs and mountains heading for Cape Wrath. Our tour ends at Lairg where we board the train back to Inverness arriving at around 12.30pm.
Sat 05 Oct 19 Tirana / Pogradec - Tirana Avg. Daily Distance 75km / 46 miles
Albania offers exciting and relatively unchartered cycle routes and temperate weather conditions with a Mediterranean climate in the lowlands second only to Spain in annual sunshine quotas. Whilst cycling through unparalleled natural panoramas you'll enjoy traditional Albanian hospitality, wonderful cuisine, a colourful blend of eastern and western influences and have opportunities to discover the country's rich history and culture. Albania is fast growing in popularity as a cycling holiday destination. Take the opportunity to visit now.
Sun 06 Oct 19 Kathmandu - Kathmandu Avg. Daily Distance 62km/ 39 miles
The redspokes Nepal cycling holiday offers a complete experience of this wonderful country’s varied landscape and culture. Cycling from the Kathmandu valley you will travel over mountain passes and into the tropical plains of the Terai to explore the flora and fauna of Chitwan National Park.You will take an exhilarating flight up to Jomsen over snow-capped peaks and fly right between the Himalayan giants Annapurna and Dhaulagiri with breath taking views. From Jomsen we cycle up between the Nilgiri Massifs to one of the holiest temples in Nepal. Muktinath at the foot of the mighty Thorung La Pass (5416m). From here we follow single track downhill crossing a dramatic suspension bridge and riding along the beautiful Kaligandaki River, one of the deepest gorges in the world, past ancient monasteries and traditional villages. Cobble paths, through ice fed streams as the landscape soars towards the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas.
Nepal has long exerted a pull on the Western imagination. Join us on this exhilarating and memorable cycling adventure holiday and discover its wonders for yourself.
Sun 03 Nov 19 Trivandrum - Cochi Avg. Daily Distance 80km / 50 miles
Kerala in India, commonly known as 'God's own country' is home to one of the world's oldest civilisations and makes for a memorable destination.
The terrain here is geographically diverse, with the Arabian Sea to the west and the mountains of the Western Ghats to the east. redspokes Kerala and Tamil Nadu cycling holiday offers a great variety of cycling.
Beginning in Kovalam you will visit stunning beaches on the Malabar coast, before taking a train to Madurai in Tamil Nadu. We cycle down through the Cardamom Hills from Chinnakanal to Kumily. before riding on inland exploring the fascinating and beautiful waterways. The serene ambience of the Alleppey backwaters is one of the unique attractions of Kerala. Our tour includes the unforgettable experience of a staying on board a luxury houseboat or 'Kettuvalom' and the next morning we enjoy a leisurely cruise through the tranquil small lakes and amazing surroundings.
Sun 10 Nov 19 Negombo - Negombo Avg. Daily Distance 52km / 32miles
Sri Lanka is a fantasic cycling destination, with well-surfaced roads and diverse, beautiful natural surroundings. From ancient religious and cultural sites to rain forests, national parks, mountains, wildlife and stunning coastline. Sri Lanka is fast becoming a popular holiday destination.
The Redspokes Sri Lanka Classic tour begins in west coast Negombo with beaches and sea views. We travel through ancient capital city Kurunwgala, surrounded by imposing mythological ‘animal rocks’ and on to Sigiriya fortress with its series of moats, rampart and water gardens. We explore the cultural triangle, the ‘King’s Land’ of the ancient Sinhalese by bicycle, discovering medieval ruins and sacred temples. Our cycling tour continues on into the highlands through cloud forest and hill stations arriving at Udawalawe National Park.
We ride on to reach the southern tip of Sri Lanka, arriving at Mirissa, a coastal resort and fishing port with idyllic palm fringed beach. After making a stop in historic Galle, you will be transferred back to Negombo where the tour ends.
Sun 22 Dec 19 Frutillar - Conguillio National Park Avg. Daily Distance 70km / 45 miles
redspokes Patagonian Lake District cycling holiday is a journey through one of the most magnificent landscapes in the world.This spectacular area, featuring both strong European influences and indigenous cultures, spans 300km from north to south and overlaps the dramatic Andean Mountain range between Chile and Argentina.
Sat 02 May 20 Grand Canyon - Las Vegas 335
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