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Number of Reviews: 11478 Overall score: *****
***** Written
Arctic Lights

artic lights, norway

4
I love the Vesteralen islands, they are beautiful and rugged and the coast line is amazing so was happy to see a trip to that part of Norway in the brochure for the northern lights. The weather was against us but we did see lights on the last night. Good activities during the day although with better weather we would have been able to do more - the visit to the space centre on Andoya was interesting and the chance to play mission control and fly the space craft Aurora was great fun. The accommodation at the Friluftssenter and the food was excellent and hosts/guide were informative, relaxed and entertaining.
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***** Written
Cycling Cuba

Cuba Cycling in August!

5
If you want to see Cuba 'as it is' rather than through a windscreen, cycling is the only way to do it! Each day takes you to a different location to find and experience different aspects of life in Cuba. The cycling side of things isn't too onerous if you are a regular cyclist, averaging 40 to 50 miles a day at most. There were a couple of 'hilly' days, where the total climb was in the region of 2500 to 3000 feet, but most days the rides were fairly flat. A little hill climbing practice may be a good idea if your biggest hill is normally a railway bridge!
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***** Written
Cycle the Backroads of Sri Lanka - Premium

Cycling the backroads of Sri lanka

4
Just back from a very good 2 weeks in Sri Lanka. Hotels and food were very good and Suresh and his team went to great lengths to make it a great holiday for everyone. Bikes were good and any mechanical problems were fixed by the mechanics. I had hoped to see more wildlife and I expected to be on back roads all the time as the main roads were very busy. The trip might be improved by use of a trailer to carry bikes then more main roads could be avoided.
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Khiva
***** Written
Uzbekistan Uncovered

A great mix of the old and new in Uzbekistan

5
A fascinating tour along the Silk Road seeing all the fabulous architecture, mixed with activities which were relaxing and interesting. This is a leisurely tour, a couple of early starts and a few long drives but nothing too onerous. Good to have some free time to explore places. We had an expert guide, helpful and friendly and quietly smoothing our path - perfect!
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***** Written
Cycle the Baltics

Cycle the Baltics

4
Cycled and toured with a great group of travelers. Despite the occasional rain and cold, we managed to see quite a bit and explore new places. The accommodations were conveniently located to important places of interest and restaurants; liked the fact that we stayed in almost all the hotels for at least two consecutive nights.
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***** Written
Raid Pyrenean Coast to Coast Ride

Pyrenean coast to coast

5
I was a little daunted as this was my first overseas cycling tour and I am not a natural climber. Travelling from Australia I took my own bike and backed up two days later on the alpine cols of the Tour de France trip. The days are long and the climbs are touch especially day two and the last day. Day three was easier than expected. The descents are amazing and it is worth taking your own bike for the confidence it gives when descending and no blisters or other uncomfortable bits. It was great having Claude with a well stocked fridge, bites to eat, tea and coke. Having an official photographer was great.
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***** Written
Alpine Cols of the Tour de France

Alpine cols of the Tour de France

5
I backed up from the Pyrenean coast to coast two days earlier. In comparison this is a much easier tour with less kilometres per day. The scenery is stunning and the climbs are achievable if you can do all of the seven peaks climbs in Australia. I took my own bike which was not a hassle and provided comfortable, confident riding which was an advantage as the descents are long. Go prepared with at least one set of winter gear, we needed it on one day.
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Khardung La (5602m)
***** Written
Manali to Leh Ride

MIH August 2016

5
An amazing trip, but not for the faint-hearted! I have experience of climbing 3000 m/day in Europe, but the effect of high altitude is not to be under-estimated. The trip is hard! The mountains are big, some of the valleys very deep, and there's the transition from the cedar forests of Manali to the desert of Ladakh. There's some velvet black-top and some truly appalling roads under construction - no engineered surface at all. Even a few streams to ford.
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