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The Baltic Sea to Berlin by Bike and Boat (and reverse)

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  • 7 nights | 23 miles/day
  • Difficulty Level: 2
  • Self-guided from: €759
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Tours using road, hybrid or touring bikes:

  1. Mostly flat
  2. Flat with some gentle slopes
  3. Rolling, hilly terrain
  4. Some long and/or steep climbs
  5. Extensive climbing

Tours using mountain bikes:

  1. Mostly flat, wide trails
  2. Some gentle slopes, wide trails
  3. Rolling, hilly terrain and/or narrow trails
  4. Some long and/or steep climbs and/or technical trails
  5. Extensive climbing and/or highly technical trails
  1. Variety: Choose from more than 200 tours offered by local operators in 35 countries.
  2. Advice: Our informed advisors help you choose the trip that's right for you.
  3. Lower cost: You pay local tour company prices—less than what big American companies charge.
  4. Great exchange rates: Pay low rates thanks to the millions of dollars in foreign currency we buy each year.
  5. Convenience: We handle the full booking and payment process.
  6. Support: We’re your advocates from initial planning through final pedal stroke.
Tour Type: Guided Self-guided

Tour description

From the old Hanseatic city of Stralsund you will sail along the unique Bodden coast to Germany's largest islands, Rügen and Usedom. The Bay of Szczecin will lead you to the Polish city of Szczecin with its magnificent castle. You will then continue on through the peaceful, unique Oder landscape to Schwedt and then to Eberswalde and Oranienburg on the Oder-Havel Canal through an expanse of forests until you have reached your destination, the metropolis of Berlin.

What could be more wonderful than sitting on the sun deck and enjoying the splendid views of the landscape slowly going by and finding out all sorts of interesting things about the country, people, culture and nature on lovely bike tours? Discover the northern German seaside resort architecture, baroque castles, brick gothic and varied flora and fauna of these unique fluvial landscapes.

This tour is offered from Stralsund to Berlin or in reverse, from Berlin to Stralsund, on alternating dates.

Minimum number of participants: 70

Daily program

This tour operates in two directions: from Stralsund to Berlin or from Berlin to Stralsund. Both itinieraries are detailed below. Because your boat will generally dock at the next port on the same day, your time frame for some activities and sight-seeing will be limited.

Stralsund to Berlin
Jun 8, 22; Jul 6, 20; Aug 3, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Stralsund
Individual arrival in Stralsund. Embarkation at 4:00pm. Maybe you'll have some time and a notion to take a stroll through Stralsund's historic center, which is situated on a small island. As a city with an important past, you will see numerous exceptional sights.
Overnight in Stralsund.

Day 2: Stralsund – Lauterbach (28 miles/48 km)
Your bike tour on this day will take you through Stralsund over the Rügen Dam to Gustow with its well-known village church, then past Poseritz, Groß Schoritz, the birthplace of Ernst Moritz Arndt and Garz to Putbus (tip: Don’t miss the famous circus. Classical buildings line this circular "square," where all the streets converge.) Then it’s off to Lauterbach in the southeast of Rügen Island. You will board the boat here. Around 6:30pm departure to Usedom.
Overnight in Lauterbach.

Day 3: Lauterbach – Peenemünde – Wolgast (10-12 miles/16-20 km)
Today you have plenty of time to explore Usedom Island. Don't miss the historical/technical museum in the former power plant. Alternatively, you may choose the "beach route" via Trassenheide and Zinnowitz. Afterwards, you will bike past Karlshagen Harbour and Zecherin to Wolgast, also known as the "Gateway to Usedom Island." The Medieval historic center with its town hall and the Church of St. Petri are interesting sights.
Overnight in Wolgast.

Day 4: Wolgast – Szczecin; rest day on board
Today you will spend all day on board. You will cross the expansive waters of the Bay of Szczecin (Oder Lagoon) and reach Szczecin, the green city on the mouth of the Oder and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea. The reconstructed castle of the dukes of Pomerania situated in the city’s historic center is worth seeing. You can take an optional guided walking tour of Szczecin if you like (approximately €9 per person, not included in tour package).
Overnight in Szczecin.

Day 5: Szczecin – Mescherin – Schwedt (19 miles/30 km)
In the morning you will cruise from Szczecin to Mescherin. Biking past Gartz you will arrive at and bike through a part of a unique, cross-border nature reserve, the "Lower Oder Valley National Park" before reaching Schwedt, today’s destination. You have an optional guided walking tour through Schwedt(approximately €6 per person, not included in tour package).
Overnight in Schwedt.

Day 6: Schwedt – Hohensaaten – Eberswalde (20 miles/32 km)
In the morning you will cruise from Schwedt to Hohensaaten. Then a bike ride in the direction of Niederfinow through the splendid landscape, passing by small hills, glades, and forests. The last section will be on the Treidel bike route along the Finow Canal to Eberswalde. In the heart of the city, the Finow Canal is the oldest working lock in Germany, which has been a technical monument since 1978.
Overnight in Eberswalde.

Day 7: Eberswalde – Oranienburg – Berlin (23 miles/38 km)
You will cruise to Oranienburg. Sightseeing tip: plan to visit the Baroque castle with its park, museum, and orangery. Then the well-marked bike route will take you southwards through the Ruppin sea area to Berlin.
Overnight in Berlin.

Day 8: Departure from Berlin
After breakfast, disembarkation by 9:00am.


Berlin to Stralsund
Jun 1, 15, 29; Jul 13, 27, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Berlin
Individual arrival in Berlin. Embarkation at 4:00pm. Berlin is always worth a trip. Maybe you’ll have some time and a notion to take a stroll on the Kurfürstendamm, take a walk through the Nicolai Quarter on Spree Island, or take gander at the Brandenburg Gate. The possibilities of Berlin are almost endless.
Overnight in Berlin.

Day 2: Berlin – Oranienburg – Eberswalde (23 miles/38 km)
The well-marked bike route meanders northward through the Ruppin sea area to Oranienburg. You should visit the Baroque castle with its park, museum, and orangery. This is your embarkation point, after which you will cruise to Eberswalde. In the heart of the city, in the Finow Canal, is the oldest working lock in Germany, which has been a technical monument since 1978.
Overnight in Eberswalde.

Day 3: Eberswalde – Hohensaaten – Schwedt (20 miles/32 km, with optional additional 20 miles/32 km)
First, you will bike through the splendid landscape on the Treidel bike route along the Finow Canal, passing by forests, glades and small hills in the direction of Niederfinow (boat lift – a tour is always an option) to Hohensaaten. There you will get back on board and sail to Schwedt, or if you wish you may cycle this distance.
Overnight in Schwedt.

Day 4: Schwedt – Mescherin – Szczecin (19 miles/30 km)
Today you will bike through a part of a unique, cross-border nature reserve, the "Lower Oder Valley National Park," then on to Gartz and Mescherin, where you will get back on the boat. Then you will sail to Szczecin, the green city on the mouth of the Oder and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea. The reconstructed castle of the dukes of Pomerania situated in the city's historic center is worth seeing. A guided walking tour through Szczecin is optional (approximately €9 per person, not included in tour package).
Overnight in Szczecin.

Day 5: Szczecin – Wolgast; rest day on board
Today you will spend all day on board. After one last narrow passage, the boat will arrive in the expansive waters of the Bay of Szczecin (Oder Lagoon). After the crossing, you will reach Wolgast, the "Gateway to Usedom Island." The Medieval historic center with its town hall and the Church of St. Petri are interesting sights.
Overnight in Wolgast.

Day 6: Wolgast – Peenemünde – Lauterbach (9 miles/15 km)
In the morning you will bike through Zecherin and Karlshagen Harbour to Peenemünde. Make sure to see the historical/technical museum in the former power plant. When the weather is fine you may feel like cycling the "beach-route" via Trassenheide and Zinnowitz alternatively. In Peenemünde you will get back on board and at about 6:00pm you sail to Lauterbach in the southeast of Rügen Island (arrival around 9:00pm).
Overnight in Lauterbach.

Day 7: Lauterbach – Stralsund (29 miles/48 km)
Your bike tour on this day will take you through Putbus with its well-known circus. Classical buildings line this circular "square," where all the streets converge. Your bike tour on this day will take you through Putbus, Garz, Groß Schoritz, the birthplace of Ernst Moritz Arndt, Poseritz and Gustow with its well-known village church over the Rügen Dam to Stralsund, where the boat will meet you. As a city with an important past, a stroll through the historic center, which is situated on an island, will take you past numerous exceptional sights.
Overnight in Stralsund.

Day 8: Departure from Stralsund
After breakfast, disembarkation by 9:00am.

The tour operator reserves the right to make changes of routing and programme. If there is low or high water and a route cannot be shipped, the captain reserves the right to change the route in view of your safety (this cannot be accepted as a reason for free withdrawal).

Route map

Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route. Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route.

Dates

From Stralsund: Jun 8, 22; Jul 6, 20; Aug 3, 2019. From Berlin: Jun 1, 15, 29; Jul 13, 27, 2019

Prices

Upper deck
Per person, double occupancy
€1059
Bike Rentals
Hybrid touring bike, 7-speed with hand brakes
€70
Hybrid touring bike, 7-speed with pedal brakes
€70
Electrically assisted bikes
€165
Main (lower) deck
Per person, double occupancy
€759
Single cabin surcharge (1 person/2-bed cabin)
€520
Mid-ship surcharge
€100
Bike Rentals
Hybrid touring bike, 7-speed with hand brakes
€70
Hybrid touring bike, 7-speed with pedal brakes
€70
Electrically assisted bikes
€165
Please note: Instead of operating bicycle tours ourselves, BikeTours.com represents local bicycle tour operators around the world. Review the tour operator's information and terms below, then submit your booking request through BikeTours.com. The primary benefits of booking your tour through BikeTours.com include:
  • Lower cost: You pay local tour company prices—less than what big American companies charge
  • Variety: Choose from more than 200 tours offered by local operators in 35 countries.
  • Advice: Our informed advisors help you choose the trip that's right for you.
  • Great exchange rates: Pay low rates thanks to the millions of dollars in foreign currency we buy each year. Or pay in euros!
  • Convenience: We handle the full booking and payment process.
  • Support: We’re your advocates from initial planning through final pedal stroke.
Contact us with any questions about booking and paying for your tour through BikeTours.com. We look forward to serving you!

SE Tours GmbH Terms and Conditions

Cancellation terms

  • Up to the 84th day prior to departure 20%
  • 83rd to 42nd day prior to departure 30%
  • 41st to 28th day prior to departure 60%
  • 27th to 4th day prior to departure 80%
  • From the 3rd day prior to departure or no show 90%

1. Package Travel Contract Conclusion/Travellers’ Duties
a) During the booking process (travel registration), Client makes a binding offer to the tour operator to conclude a Package Travel Contract. This offer is based on the folder and/or catalogue descriptions and additional information which Tour Operator provides for the relevant travel on the condition that they are available upon booking.

b) Registrations shall apply to all clients indicated on the registration. The registrant expressly declares that he/she will be responsible for contractual duties of any clients listed on the registration.

c) Booking may occur in writing, by electronic means (e-mail, internet).
d) The travel contract shall be concluded only after Tour Operator confirmed this in writing (by e-mail or letter).

e) Regarding bookings based on e-commerce (such as the internet), the following shall apply to contract conclusion:
Client is guided through each booking step; they will be able to correct their entries, delete or clear the entire online booking form. When clicking on “Book Now,” Client bindingly offers Tour Operator to conclude the travel contract, whereby an electronic confirmation of travel registration receipt does not represent travel contract acceptance. The contract is concluded once Client receives Tour Operator’s booking confirmation on a permanent data storage device.

However, the Package Travel Contract is immediately concluded based on a travel confirmation if this is displayed immediately after Client clicked on the “Book Now” button. In this case, the travel contract binding force shall not depend on Client saving or printing such travel confirmation or on them receiving this by letter. f) Any Tour Operator travel confirmations deviating from registration contents shall be considered a new offer from Tour Operator to which they are bound for ten (10) days from confirmation receipt. A travel contract shall be concluded based on the new offer if Client expressly and conclusively agrees to this or if they make any partial payments within that period.

g) Tour Operator points out that the law does not provide for a cancellation right regarding distance-selling (by letter, telephone, e-mail, telemedia or online services) package travel contracts, but only for a right to withdrawal and termination (see also item 5). A cancellation right exists, however, if contracts for travel services in terms of sec. 651a BGB were concluded outside business premises, unless negotiations on which contract conclusion is based were previously requested by Client; in the latter case, there is no cancellation right.

2. Payment

a) Should Client fail to make timely payments, Tour Operator may, after reminders without success and a grace period, withdraw from the travel contract and request cancellation costs in terms of item 5. Tour Operator reserves the right to charge on to Client any additional costs (such as bank fees) due to failed or incomplete payments.

3. Services and Prices

The scope of contract services is exclusively based on booking confirmations in connection with the catalog, folder and/or travel descriptions valid at the time of booking, including remarks and explanations therein; travel confirmations shall prevail in the case of contradictions.

b) Tour Operator reserves the right to make changes to catalog or folder information and/or travel descriptions for justified reasons, whereby Client must be informed about this.

4. Changes to Services

a) Changes to and deviations of single travel services from travel contract contents required after contract conclusion, such as due to special navigation situations, excluding those caused by Tour Operator in bad faith, shall be admissible unless significant, leading to significant changes of travel services and interfering with the overall travel structure. This shall also apply to changes to travel times and/or routes (for safety or weather conditions) upon which the captain in charge of the vessel shall decide. Any warranty claims shall not be affected to the extent to which service changes are defective. Tour Operator must immediately inform Client about travel service changes in a clear, comprehensive and highlighted way on a permanent data storage device.

b) In the event of significant changes to travel services, Client may withdraw from the travel contract without incurring any costs, whereby they must exercise this right within a reasonable period and/or immediately after being informed about any changes. Client has a right, but no obligation, to react to such information letter. Should Client respond to Tour Operator, they may agree to contract amendments, request participation in replacement travels (if offered to Client) or withdraw from the contract without any costs. If Client reacts not at all or not during legally prescribed period, the indicated changes shall be considered accepted.

5. Withdrawal by Client

a) Client has the right, prior to departure, to withdraw from the travel by making a declaration to Tour Operator. If travel agencies were involved in the booking process, such declarations may also be made to them. We recommend making written declarations which shall become effective once received by Tour Operator.

b) Should Client withdraw prior to departure or fails to begin the journey, Tour Operator may request reasonable compensation, unless Tour Operator is liable for such withdrawal or unless special circumstances at the destination or places in the immediate vicinity considerably interfere with the journey. Circumstances shall be considered unavoidable and special if beyond Tour Operator’s control and if their consequences could not have been avoided even if all reasonable precautionary measures had been taken. Compensation shall depend on the travel price, less the amount of saved expenses for Tour Operator and income from using travel services in any other way. Tour Operator determined the below lump-sum compensation considering the period between the withdrawal and departure and considering expected saved expenses and income from using travel services in other ways. Compensation shall be calculated based on the below withdrawal scale after a declaration of withdrawal was received: River and sea cruises

  • up to 30 days prior to departure 20%
  • 29-22 days prior to departure 50%
  • from 21 days prior to departure 75%
  • on the day of travel or no-show 90%

Bike and ship journeys

  • up to 84 days prior to departure 20%
  • 83-42 days prior to departure 30%
  • 41-28 days prior to departure 60%
  • 27-4 days prior to departure 80%
  • from 3 days prior to departure or no-show 90%

c) Client shall have the right to show to Tour Operator that reasonable compensation which the latter may request is lower than lump-sum compensation requested by them.

d) Instead of the above lump-sum compensation, Tour Operator reserves the right to request higher, individually calculated compensation if they show that they incurred significantly higher expenses than the relevant lump-sum compensation amount. In this case, Tour Operator must indicate the exact amount considering saved expenses and income from using the services in other ways and they must provide reasons. e) Premiums for travel insurance contracts concluded via Tour Operator must be paid in full in addition to lump-sum compensation.

f) Client’s legal right in terms of sec. 651e BGB to name substitute participants shall not be affected by the above.
6. Booking Alterations

a) After contract conclusion, Client may not request travel times, destinations, places of departure, accommodations or types of transport to be changed (booking alterations). If, upon Client’s request, but without changing the overall structure, bookings are altered not later than 50 days prior to departure, service lump sums of EUR 30.00 must be paid by each traveler requesting alterations.

b) Client’s requests for alterations submitted to Tour Operator later than 50 days prior to departure shall be possible only through cancellation subject to charges in terms of item 5 (Withdrawal by Client) and subsequent new booking.

7. Unused Services

Should Client not use services which Tour Operator was ready and able to contractually perform for reasons within Client’s control, they shall have no claim for pro-rata travel price reimbursements. Tour Operator shall try and make service providers reimburse any expenses which they saved, whereby this is not required if such expenses are insignificant.

8. Withdrawal and Cancellation by Tour Operator
a) Withdrawal Due to a Lack of Participants
If travel descriptions or other documents being of the essence indicate a minimum number of participants, Tour Operator may withdraw from the travel contract up to 21 days prior to departure if they do not receive the minimum number of bookings. Should travels be cancelled for this reason, Tour Operator shall immediately reimburse to Client any payments made for the travel price.

b) In the event of withdrawal for the above reason, Tour Operator shall not reimburse any third-party service costs (train/flight tickets) which Client incurred outside Tour Operator’s service offer.

c) Cancellation and Exclusion for Behavioural, Mental or Physical Reasons
Tour Operator may totally or partially withdraw from the travel contract prior to departure or totally or partially cancel this after departure, without time limits, if Client, in the opinion of the captain or the tour operator travel guides,

  • requires assistance but travels without companions;
  • is in a mental or physical state rendering Client unfit for traveling or turning him/her into a threat for himself/herself or others;
  • carries dangerous items, intoxicants or certain alcoholic beverages intended for consumption during the journey;
  • obviously does not meet a physical or mental requirement set out in the travel description,
  • continuously interferes with the performance
  • of travel services, despite being warned and granted a grace period, or violates the contract in a way that contract annulment is justified.
    d) Regarding contract cancellations and/or exclusions, Tour Operator reserves a claim for the travel price, whereby they must deduct from this saved expenses and income which they gain from differently using unused services, including benefits which they received from service providers. Costs for return journeys shall be borne by Client.
    9. Withdrawal by Tour Operator due to Unavoidable, Special Circumstances
    a) Tour Operator may withdraw from the contract prior to departure if they are prevented from contract fulfillment for unavoidable, special circumstances and if they indicate such withdrawal immediately after becoming aware of this.
    b) Withdrawal in terms of item 9a has the effect of Tour Operator no longer having a claim for the contractual travel price and being obliged to travel price reimbursement and to make the relevant repayments without undue delay, in each case within 14 days from the withdrawal. 10. Client’s Duty to Cooperate; Warranty; Cancellation by Client
    a) Defect Notification
    If travel is performed contrary to the contract, Client may request rectification.
    Client must notify Tour Operator’s on-board travel guides of such defects without undue delay; should there be no such guides, they must inform the captain and/or Tour Operator at their registered office. On-board travel guides are requested to rectify defects if possible, whereby they may not acknowledge any claims. Should Tour Operator be unable to rectify defects due to Client culpably failing to notify them, Client may assert neither price reduction claims in terms of sec. 651m BGB nor damages in terms of sec. 651n BGB.
    b) Tour Operator may refuse rectification if this requires unreasonable efforts. However, they may also rectify by rendering equivalent substitute services, such as using other vessels or traveling along other routes.
    c) Time Limits Prior to Cancellation
    If Client intends to cancel the travel contract due to defects, they must previously grant Tour Operator a reasonable grace period for rectification. Should rectification fail within that reasonable period, Client may cancel the travel contract – preferably in writing – based on legal provisions. This shall also apply if Client cannot be expected to participate in the journey due to a defect and for reasons clearly understandable for Tour Operator. No time limit for rectification shall be required if rectification is impossible or if Client’s special interests justify immediate contract cancellation.

d) Travel Documents
Client must inform Tour Operator if they do not receive required travel documents (such as cabin vouchers) within the period indicated by Tour Operator.
11. Limitation of Liability
a) Tour Operator’s contractual liability for damage not resulting from injuries to life, limb or health and not caused in a culpable manner shall be limited to three times the travel price. Any additional claims due to international conventions shall not be affected by this limitation. b) Tour Operator shall not be liable for defaults, personal and property damage related to services which they only brokered as third-party services (such as outings, visits to theaters) if travel descriptions and confirmations, expressly and by stating both the contract partners’ identities and addresses, indicate them as third-party services in a clear way so that Client understands that they are not included in the package and that they were separately selected. However, Tour Operator shall be liable if and to the extent that damage incurred by travelers is based on violations of their information and organization duties.
12. Claims Exclusion, Limitation and Assignment
a) Claims under sec. 651i BGB must be asserted against Tour Operator or the travel agency which made the booking, whereby assertion on a permanent data storage device is recommended. Client’s claims due to travel defects shall become time-barred after two years and the limitation period shall commence on the day following the end of the travel.
b) Should any negotiations be pending between Client and Tour Operator concerning claims or circumstances as the basis of a claim, limitation shall be suspended until Client or Tour Operator refuse to continue negotiations; limitation shall occur not earlier than three months from the end of suspension.
c) Client shall have no right to totally or partially assign to third parties claims against Tour Operator without Tour Operator’s approval; this shall not apply to co-traveling family members. 13. Passport, Visa and Health Provisions
a) Client must comply with all laws, regulations, instructions and provisions from countries and ports to which they travel as well as any rules and instructions from Tour Operator and/or their authorized staff.
b) Prior to contract conclusion, Tour Operator shall inform EU citizens to whom no special regulations apply (such as dual citizenship, statelessness, passport entries, refugee identification cards) about general passport and health provisions and about possible changes prior to departure. Other citizens and those having dual citizenship must refer to the consulate in charge.
c) Client shall be responsible for obtaining and carrying travel documents requested by authorities, any required vaccinations and compliance with customs and foreign currency provisions. Any disadvantages due to of non-compliance shall be at the expense of Client, unless Tour Operator causes them in a culpable manner due to providing wrong or insufficient information.
14. Travel Restrictions Applicable to Persons with Reduced Mobility
a) Bike and ship journeys are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility.

b) Some river and sea cruise vessels dispose of cabins which are suitable for persons with reduced mobility. Upon request, Tour Operator will provide information on suitability consider- ing Client’s needs; Client must indicate special needs during the booking process.

15. Brokerage of Third-Party Services

a) Via Tour Operator, Client can purchase train tickets at special conditions not tied to specific trains as a part of an The tour operator journey. In this case, Tour Operator is only the broker and not liable for any train delays or cancellations.

b) When booking other third-party services, such as insurance contracts, not included in our services description, T our Operator shall be liable only for brokering such third-party services, but not for rendering the services themselves; the relevant contract partners’ general terms and conditions and cancellation conditions shall apply.

16. Duties of Care with Bike and Ship Journeys

a) Only if you disregard the on-board travel guides’ instructions as to the use and the protection of items or if you act in a (grossly) negligent or intentional manner causing the damage or the loss shall you be liable for any damage to or the loss of bicycles and equipment provided to you.

b) Client shall be personally responsible for complying with traffic rules.
17. Insurance
We recommend purchasing overseas health insurance including return transport, accident, luggage and cancellation insurance.

18. Information on the Verbraucherstreit- beilegungsgesetz (VSBG [German Act on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Consumer Matters])/Venue

a) With regard to the German Act on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Consumer Matters, Tour Operator points out that they do not participate in ADR proceedings. If such proceedings become compulsory after these Terms and Conditions of Travel went to press, Tour Operator shall adequately inform Client about this. Regarding any travel contracts based on electronic legal transactions, Tour Operator refers to the EU oline dispute resolution platform at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.

b) German law shall apply. Client may bring charges against Tour Operator only at the latter’s registered office. The courts of Bremer- haven shall be the venue for general merchants, persons not having a general venue in Germany, persons transferring their place of residence or their habitual abode to other countries after contractual conclusion, persons whose place of residence or habitual abode is unknown at the time of filing the complaint and for litigations as a defendant. However, this shall not apply if prevailing international conventions provide otherwise.

Dated: May 2018

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  • Difficulty level (Actual vs. expected) 2
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  • Included meals 5
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  • Ease of navigation 3
  • Tour documents 4
  • Local tour company services 5
  • Route selection 5
  • Guides (if applicable) 5

Reviews

Sid Nukram July 23, 2016

The crew all spoke English which was very helpful. Everyone on board was very accommodating and pleasant. The bikes we rented were perfect for the terrain we were on. Not all the trails were paved but that is not a criticism. My wife is not the avid rider that I am but she had no problem with the distances. There were many riders in their 70's so don't worry about not being able to do it.