Multi-sport tours

Multi-sport tours: A variety of adventures!

multisportkayak3 Multi-sport tours

Obviously we’re big fans of exploring by bike, but a change of pace during vacation can be great too. Multi-sport tours let you explore a destination from a variety of perspectives by foot, paddle, saddle, and flipper!

In addition to cycling, options may include hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, yoga, swimming, snorkeling, surfing, horseback riding, canoeing, or ziplining. The variety of activities means you can try your hand at a few of your favorite pastimes in a setting far from home. Or you may even try your hand (or foot, or paddle) at something entirely new!

Multi-sport tours are great for:

  • Families with teens who might get bored with just one activity
  • Adventure seekers
  • Sports lovers
  • Travelers who like to mix up their itinerary!


Ionian Islands Multi-Sport Family Cruise (Greece)
Offers the chance to bike, kayak, hike, canoe or simply relax on board the beautiful “floating hotel.” Visitrs will explore the Ionian Islands spread out along the west coast of Greece. The journey takes you from Corfu and its Venetian-style old town to the Island of Lefkas, with its white chalk cliffs and picture perfect beaches, as well as to the Island of Cephalonia with its picture perfect village of Fiskardo. For seven days, visitors will explore this unique island and coastal world by ship, canoe, bicycle and on foot. This family-friendly cruise leaves a lot of room for fun, games and spontaneity. Biking, hiking, canoeing, swimming or relaxing on board: you decide each day what you feel like doing.

Discover Macedonia: Biking and Hiking (Guided) (Macedonia/Albania)
This guided tour through unspoiled Macedonia offers both cycling and hiking. The Balkans are an off-the-beaten-path region in the Europe, and one that you won’t believe is still so undiscovered. On this trip, you’ll bike and hike in national parks in both Macedonia and Albania; sample homemade dairy products in Mavrovo; visit Ohrid, “Jerusalem of the Balkans”; sample wines in the Tikvesh Wine Area; and have optional activities that include paragliding, kayaking, and rock climbing.