Thanks to the surging popularity of e-bikes, bike tour operators around the world are taking advantage of this by providing holidaymakers with exciting e-biking trips on battery-powered two-wheelers.
For people who like to venture into the outdoors and explore what Mother Nature has to offer, there is no better to do this than on an electric bike. If you are a fan of bicycle tours, let us interest you with some of the top e-biking trips across the globe.
The Traditional Ride
This adrenaline-filled cycle tour allows you to uncover the hidden gems of Hokkaido in the remote far north region of Japan. Organized by World Expeditions, the trip sweeps across the traditional rural farmlands, wild coast, and rolling mountainscapes. You get the rare opportunity to experience UNESCO-accredited sites like the Shiretoko Peninsula, which is also home to the denset brown bear and shika deer population in the country.
With this e-bike trip, participants get a taste of traditional Japanese culture with a stay at the ryokan inns. After a long day of cycling in the outdoors, you’ll enjoy the soothing and revitalizing soaks in the hot springs. This bike tour is held between July and August and lasts eight days.
Town and Country Pedal
This renaissance ride in Italy takes you through the famous towns of Pisa and Florence. It enables visitors to come into contact with Italy’s cultural and rural charms while enjoying a leisurely guided tour cascading the town’s backroads, lined with cypress trees and olive groves.
During the tour, you’ll have a chance to sample fine Chianti wine with stops at the remote vineyards. You also get to unearth the historical hilltop villages, as well as admire the Renaissance architecture and artworks as you enjoy a rare history lesson in the towns of Siena and Florence.
This bike trip is organized by KE Adventure Travel and will give you a look into early-life in Italy for eight days.
The Cycle Safari
If you want to discover the myth of Mighty Mount Kilimanjaro and experience the beauty of Tanzania’s wildlife while touring on a folding bike, then you can’t afford to miss the Cycle Safari. This high-octane e-bike trip in the “Motherland will” test the limits of your endurance as you ride through the endless plains of the savannah.
Get to taste a bit of local culture by watching the Maasai traditional performances and come into contact with the massive Indian Ocean. Held between June and July, and November and December, this extraordinary trip has all the makings of a dream vacation!
The River Cycle
If you’ve never been to Italy, The River Cycle will be your chance to explore the port country on a bike tour that blazes across the sloppy vine-covered hills in the northern region of Italy. This self-guided tour lets you explore the Duoro Valley at your own pace with the provision to relax in the wonderful city of Porto.
Marvel at the Baroque civil architecture style applied to the Casa de Mateus Palace, which dates as far back as the 18th century before discovering the city’s wine culture with a jaunt down the Duoro Valley’s series of vineyards in the towns of Pinhao and Quinta.
This bike trip is held by Bspoke Tours throughout the year and lasts six nights.
The Cultural Pedal
Those who want to experience the rich culture of Croatia can set a date to participate in the Coastal Croatia – Pula to Porec cycling tour. The Cultural Pedal cascades through the coastal bike routes lined with oak forests and umbrella pines around the Istrian Peninsula.
The trip provides guests with a rare sightseeing opportunity of the Pula’s Roman amphitheater, as well as to revel in the intricate frescoes found in the Byzantine and Baroque basilicas of Rovinj. After the exhausting ride, you’ll be able to reinvigorate with a comforting sunset dip in the sparkling waters of the Adriatic.
Alternatively, a stroll across the star-lit harbour in Fazana is the perfect way to spend your evening. This seven-night adventure is held by Headwater and takes place between May and September.
Travel budget tips
Either booking a new travel holiday right from the start or while on such a holiday can be expensive. Things like flights, accommodation, meals, transport and tours can add up fast and put a strain on what should be a fun time. These budget travel tips will assist with booking a holiday at the best price or staying on budget while travelling.
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Organise Your Trip: Travel Advice and Tricks I Personally Use
Book Your Flight
Heading to either Skyscanner or Momondo are my methods of choice for this. They are my favourite as they search for flights from different companies all over the world. You can filter the results to suit your needs and ensure you land the best price every-time.
Book Your Accommodation
This is an important part of any holiday you’re going on. Read all the reviews and get the right accommodation via TripAdvisor. They even show you the best prices available at the time for that room from suppliers like Booking.com.For booking a hostel your best bet is to start with HostelWorld or possible even use CouchSurfing if you’re on a real budget.
Don’t Forget Travel Insurance
Travel Insurance is a must these days so you have a piece of mind you’re covered for anything that could go wrong while on your trip. I now never go on a trip away without travel insurance. I’ve been using World Nomads for the past few years.
My favourite companies that offer the best service and value are:
- World Nomads (little more expensive but covers everything)
- SafetyWing (cheaper option to just cover you for health issues)
Looking for the best companies to save money with?
As I have been travelling frequently over the last few years I’ve learnt some great tools to use for saving money when travelling. I have a travel resource page that lists all the trusted companies I personally use and rely on. I think you will find them good as well.
The Best Place To Book Your Tours
If you are someone you likes to have the best tours in one place and read reviews from other travellers about their personal experiences of each different tour then the best platform to use is GetYourGuide.
They offer the best tours, have money-back offers in case your trip is cancelled and ensure the price of each tour is the lowest possible.
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