Tour de Vines, Australia’s leading cycling tour operator, has launched a range of new cycling tours designed to get Australians to explore their own backyard. On the back of a COVID ignited boom in cycling, these tours are ideal, being suitable even for the occasional rider. Ranging from 1 day to 7 days, and including self guided and small group options, Tour de Vines has added to its’ already impressive list of trips in Australia.
Tour de North East Victoria Active Luxury – Small Group Guided
Fully guided with 6 nights luxury accommodation, chef prepared meals and exclusive wine tastings. This is adventure with all the comforts of a 5 star tour. The cycling is on the off road paved Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. Tours start in Rutherglen with departures in December 2020 then March, April & May 2021. Priced from $2599pp* with strictly limited places.
Tour de Great Southern Rail Trail – Gippsland – Self Guided
Explore lush Gippsland on this mini rural escape. A short 70 minutes from Melbourne, enjoy stress free riding on the scenic Great Southern Rail Trail. Enjoy the freedom of going self guided, choose your dates with 2 days easy cycling, with 2 nights accommodation, bikes, meals, luggage handling, on call support & return transfers included. Starts in Leongatha, priced from $599pp*
Tour de South Australia Vineyards – Small Group guided or Self Guided
Explore the famous vineyards and gourmet outlets of the Barossa Valley, visit historic towns and churches in the Clare Valley, feel the German history in the Adelaide Hills and savour seaside views in McLaren Vale on this active cycling adventure. Riding off road trails throughout, the cycling is graded as easy and fully supported. Exclusive wine tastings, gourmet meals and quality accommodation are all part of the journey. Choose the fun social environment of a small group tour or enjoy the freedom of going self guided. Group dates in November, then March & April 2021 are filling up. Self guided tours can be undertaken on any date. Starting from $1649pp*
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SOURCE: Tour de Vines