Cycling Holiday / Tour details:
Cycle New Zealand
Area: New Zealand, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Holiday Type: Fully Guided
Cycling Area: New Zealand
- One of the world's great cycling destinations
- Whale watching in Kaikoura
- Picturesque lakelands and mountain passes
- Vehicle support
- Luggage transfer from point to point
Off-road: 0% / On-road: 100%
Grade of riding:
Minimum level of bike:
Bike hire available:
15 nights motels and hotels.
All breakfasts, 13 lunches and 3 dinners.
Sleeps Max of:
Nearest shop / general store:
Nearest bike shop:
Dates & Other Details:
Tour date 1: from 26 March 2007 to 11 April 2007
Tour date 2: from 05 November 2007 to 21 November 2007
Tour date 3: from 17 December 2007 to 02 January 2008
Tour date 4: from 18 February 2008 to 04 March 2008
Tour date 5: from 24 March 2008 to 08 April 2008
Cost from GBP: £1649
Cost from USD: $0
Tel: 0870 240 5550
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Business details: 'Exodus'
Have you ever dreamed of watching the sunrise over the plains of Southern Africa from the majestic summit of Kilimanjaro? Or travelling the fabled Silk Road to China along the Karakorum Highway? Or just having a relaxing week seeing the hidden corners of Tuscany? Or do you simply yearn for a holiday with a difference? exodus offers you all these things.
Since our inaugural trip in 1974, to the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan, we have fulfilled the dreams and aspirations of adventurous-minded people around the world.
exodus is the leading adventure travel company in the UK. We offer an unrivalled selection of over 500 tours, planned and operated by experts who share a passion for travel. Our eight programmes cover some 90 countries worldwide.
Our tours are neither regimented 5-star packages nor unplanned forays into the unknown: they are authentic experiences of foreign places and cultures, where quality and interest come first. Quality should not be confused with luxury: we believe that the best way to discover the essence of a country is to use accommodation with character and transport appropriate to the terrain, whether that is a 4x4 jeep or a camel.