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How to Travel Sustainably

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In honor of Earth Day, we are looking at ways that we can all travel a little more sustainably to make sure the planet is beautiful for future generations to explore.

As you prepare to travel this year, now is a great time to learn about ways to travel sustainably, so that you can plan for your next excursion with the environment in mind. Informed decisions and actions are the best way each of us can make a difference. No single person can change the world by themselves, but if everyone as individuals make small changes, then a lot can be achieved as a collective to protect our planet.

Here are some of our top recommendations for how to travel sustainably.

Trek Travel Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Park Bike Tour

Consider transportation to your destination

Transport is a large contributor to global emissions, so well-planned travel, especially if going abroad, can drastically reduce the impact on the environment.

If you are planning a domestic trip, ask yourself if you can use public transportation most or part of the way there. If you are traveling with friends or family, can you carpool in one vehicle? Not only is this better for the planet, it will also save costs on gas and parking!

International travel will almost always involve airplanes, so here are a few tips that can make a difference when flying.

  • ● Fly with as few stops as possible, this means fewer emissions emitted through take-off and landing when more fuel is used. It also means you’ll get to your destination quicker, which is a win-win!
  • ● A mix of flights and public transport like trains will also reduce emissions.
  • ● Travel with less luggage because this reduces the overall plane weight and fuel burnt. An added bonus for you, packing light can also save you money on baggage fees!
  • ● Some airlines offer a carbon offset for a small extra fee (usually the cost of a coffee), where the airline commits to helping reduce emissions in some form, such as planting trees. If your airline doesn’t offer the option, you can carbon offset your flight on your own! There are multiple websites that will help you calculate your impact and offer ways to offset through donations to sustainable initiatives.

Explore Bryce & Zion National Park on a Trek Travel bike tour

Book your vacation with companies that have sustainable practices in place

Sustainable practices can be incorporated in many different ways. The aim is to maintain the qualities of the area you are visiting, both culturally and environmentally. Sustainable tour operators like Trek Travel will look to use eco-friendly hotels, locally run restaurants, and experiences that make the tour interesting and beneficial for both the traveler and the locals.

If you aren’t booking with a tour group, make sure to conduct your own research to see if the hotels you are considering for your trip have practices in place to help protect the planet. The EPA has resources to help find green hotels. And when you choose restaurants, look for places that source locally because this reduce the emissions needed to transport food.

Whether booking with a tour operator or on your own, consider traveling outside of peak vacation time as this reduces foot traffic that can damage a local environment.

Trek Travel cycling vacation in Yellowstone National Park

Sustainable actions while on holiday.

When it comes to travel, sustainability is not just related to protecting the environment but also protecting local culture and traditions. Traveling around your destination by public transport, on foot, or even better, by bicycle is a great way to see the area, connect with locals, and minimize your environmental impact. Here are other actions you can take on your trip to make a difference:

  • ● When possible, opt-out of having housekeeping clean your room daily.
  • ● Pay attention to your electricity use. Always turn off lights and unplug your charging items before leaving the room or as soon as the items are done charging.
  • ● Pack a small, lightweight reusable bag with you to skip plastic bags if you decide to shop at local markets or boutiques. This is easy to pack, and it’ll come in handy more than you’d think!
  • ● Bring your own water bottle and coffee cup to avoid needing the plastic water bottles in the hotel fridge or a disposable coffee cup at breakfast.
  • ● Purchasing locally-made souvenirs make great authentic gifts for friends and family back home, while also supporting the community you are visiting for generations to come!

These are just a few tips on how to travel sustainably. They may be small changes but added up can have a big impact on protecting the environment and unique culture around the world, enabling generations to continue exploring!

Trek Travel has launched a series of green initiatives in our office and on our trips.

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Our Top 6 Reasons for Travel Protection

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Many travelers think their health insurance or free credit card insurance will completely cover their out of pocket expenses. However, that’s often not the case. Here are our Top 6 Reasons to consider travel protection for your next cycling vacation.

1. You’re Embarking on an Active Adventure

As an active traveler, you’re likely to be active prior to your trip. What happens if you sprain an ankle running, break a leg skiing, or have an accident however minor before your trip that prohibits you from riding a bike? The good news is, your trip cost will likely be covered by travel protection.

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2. Healthcare Overseas

We recommend checking with your insurance provider to see if you’ll be covered while traveling overseas. If an injury or sickness happens while you’re traveling, it’s good to know you’ll be covered. In addition to your regular health insurance, travel protection typically offers coverage for medical emergencies and medical evacuation.

Amtrak train along the coast.

3. Travel Assistance Services

If something goes wrong during your travels, your trip insurance will provide 24/7 travel assistance service. This service will provide assistance with medical emergencies, lost passports, tickets, and more.

4. Family Trouble

It can be difficult to plan vacations with ill or elderly family members at home. Some policies may even cover family members that are not part of your travel plans.

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5. Baggage Protection

No one likes a lost bag. While you wait for your luggage to arrive, trip insurance will pay for the items you’ll need in the meantime. It’s great to know that inconvenience of losing your bag will not cost you more money.

6. Peace of Mind

Traveling can be stressful, and cancelling a vacation can be a nightmare. Having travel protection gives you the peace of mind to know that if something does come up, you will likely be covered.

Please call us at 866-464-8735 to discuss the benefits of trip insurance for your existing or upcoming trip, and learn more about our travel protection plan.

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Our Top 5 Places to Get Back to Travel

Are you itching to plan an amazing trip this year but having a hard time narrowing down to just one place to go? As travel restrictions continue lifting around the globe and people are getting back to travel, we asked our expert trip designers where they recommend treating yourself to your first trip back. Here are their top 5 picks.


Views of the sparkling blue Adriatic are never far away as your ride along the Dalmatian Coast, explore islands and historic towns, and dine on local specialties. This trip is ideal for anyone looking to savor sunshine, beautiful water, luxurious accommodations, and fresh, sea air as you ride.

See our Croatia Trip

Trek Travel Classic Climbs of the Dolomites Bike Tour

The Dolomites

While there are countless incredible destinations in Italy, the Dolomites are a true hidden gem, tucked in the northeast corner of the country. Here, you’ll be enchanted by a warm, inviting culture and awestruck by the jagged mountain peaks and lush alpine valleys. Ideal for riders who love to climb, this beautiful region of Italy is known by Giro d’Italia fans for climbs including Passo Sella, Stelvio, Mortirolo, and Gavia.

“If I could pick just one Trek Travel trip to experience this summer, I would most want to go to the Dolomites for either our Classic Climbs of the Dolomites or Discover Dolomites trip. The quiet of the mountains, the jaw dropping views, the perfect temperature, and the epic riding seem to be the ideal cure after a challenging year. Plus, I can’t think of a better way to start experiencing the world again than being in some of its most beautiful natural landscapes.
-Ioanna, Trip Designer

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There’s no denying that Vermont is spectacularly beautiful in the fall, but if you are looking for a stunning summer destination in North America, this is your spot. From the banks of Lake Champlain to the verdant forests of the Green Mountains, this New England getaway offers riding for all abilities, water sports like kayaking or paddle boarding, and a delicious farm-to-table food scene.

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You don’t need to travel far to have it all. Settle in to this foodie town and enjoy their impressive craft beer scene after days spent riding the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Southern Appalachians. We love this trip because you get to experience the downtown vibe of Asheville and can still reconnect with nature during your rides.

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This quintessential region in France will transport you to another time, when the rhythm of life was relaxed and sweet. Soak in sweeping views of vineyards and poppy fields as you pedal our favorite local routes including the Gorges de la Nesque. Cap off beautiful rides with wine tastings to experience regional Rhône valley wines.

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Vacation Rental Recommendations

Infinity pool and lounge chairs at the Belmond hotel

With our A La Carte experiences, you can book your own lodging and still have our team provide routes, bikes, guides, and more. If you are looking to arrange a private vacation rental to share with your travel companions, we’ve got a list of recommendations in some of our favorite destinations. Once you’ve settled on a place, our team can put together routes directly from your doorstep.

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New Mexico Vacation Rentals

Taos Vacation Rentals

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Sleeps: 2-6 Guests
This is a great space to share with one or two other couples as there is a main house that sleeps four guests and a guest house available to sleep an additional two guests. The space is traditional and clean, with lovely southwestern touches. There is a green space in the yard with a hot tub and mountain views. It is one and a half miles from the plaza and one mile from El Monte Sagrado.

New Mexico Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 1-2 Guests
This cozy little studio features light, breezy décor and a spacious floorplan. While a bit further out of town, it offers a secluded and peaceful retreat for a couple looking to enjoy some time away.

Santa Fe Vacation Rental

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Santa Fe

Sleeps: 2-3 Guests
The unique décor in this clean and spacious vacation rental blends southwestern flair with mid-century modern elements. There is parking for two vehicles, and the home is just one mile from downtown, making it an easy bike ride to the Plaza.

Santa Fe Vacation Home

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Santa Fe

Sleeps: Up to 10 Guests
This upscale, luxurious vacation home is a great to split amongst groups of up to 10 people. With a stunning pool and outdoor space for entertaining or relaxing, there is no shortage of space to spread out. There are even two beautiful kitchens. This private property is located west of Santa Fe with views of Santa Fe National Forest.

Vermont Vacation Rentals

Stowe Village Vacation Home

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Stowe Village

Sleeps: 2-4 Guests
This bright and modern space is cozy yet spacious enough for close friends or family to share. It is ideally located right in the village and in the heart of everything Stowe has to offer.

Stowe Vermont Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 4-6 Guests
Just outside of Stowe Village and within walking distance to lots of shops and restaurants, this clean, modern, and spacious unit is ideal for a small group to enjoy together. Guests love the upstairs patio space with grill to cook after a day in the saddle.

Vermont Vacation Rentals

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Lake Champlain

Sleeps: 1-2 Guests
This cozy lakeside apartment is situated above the garage of French country home with lovely views of Lake Champlain. It includes access to a private beach that is shared with the main residence. Just a 12-minute drive from your stay, you’ll find quaint, downtown Vergennes.

Burlington Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 2-4 Guests
This quaint little home is situated perfectly in the city, close to all Burlington amenities. It is fully furnished and offers a charming yard space to enjoy in the evenings after your days out riding.

Oregon Vacation Rentals

Oregon Vacation Rentals

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Sleeps: 2-6 Guests
This bright and airy home is perfect to share with friends or family for a trip to Bend. It is situated just a block from the cafes, shops, and breweries on Century Boulevard. If you’re looking to bike Mt. Bachelor during your stay, this property has an ideal location to start from.

Bend Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 4-8 Guests
This riverfront property offers beautiful views of the Deschutes River and a convenient location just a 10-minute walk from downtown. If you’re traveling with a group, this property offers something for everyone from a sauna, to stand up paddle boards, and more.

North Carolina Vacation Rentals

Asheville Vacation Rentals

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Sleeps: 6-16 Guests
This modern, architectural home is spacious enough to sleep a large group of friends or family for your own cycling private adventure. You can enjoy the rooftop hot tub or walk to some nearby restaurants and Archetype Brewery.

Asheville NC Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 2-6 Guests (per unit)
This beautiful, recently constructed building houses two gorgeous rental units, located on the grounds of the historic Patton Parker House. The space was built to match the style of the historic home. There are great views of downtown Asheville and the mountain skyline from the front porch of each unit. The location is great for riding in and out and walkable to the Charlotte Street Business District.

North Carolina Vacation Home

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Sleeps: 6-16 Guests
Tucked away from the bustle of downtown, this cozy home has an amazing location for riding just off Elk Mt. Scenic Highway, which gives easy access to the Blue Ridge Parkway. The spacious home has a pool and hot tub with epic views.

Asheville North Carolina Vacation Rental

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Sleeps: 1-2 Guests (per cabin)
This listing is one of three cozy, modern cabins all located on the same property off Shope Creek Road in east Asheville. The Scandinavian inspired getaways offer access to good riding and are located along a quiet paved road that leads to the Shope Creek hiking trails.

Found your perfect vacation home? Now our team can help you with gear, guides, routes, and more to create your own cycling vacation!

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Travel in 2021

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People across the globe are itching to get out and explore the world. But what will travel look like in 2021? Our founder and president, Tania Burke, shares what she’s expecting to see in the travel industry this year and talks about how our team is preparing to show you the world by bike in 2021.

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As I reflect on 2020, I want to thank our entire Trek Travel family of guests, guides, and team for their amazing support during challenging times. We were able to provide experiences of a lifetime to many of our guests. I want to thank you for traveling with us as we adapted and ran different but exceptional, safe trips. Looking forward to 2021, there are many reasons to be hopeful and plenty to get excited about. I thought I would share a few of my thoughts on what travel might look like in 2021.

What to expect in 2021

With the vaccine rollout, I am hopeful that more people will have the opportunity to travel again soon. As things improve, we will see a travel boom because of pent up demand. While I don’t know exactly when that is going to happen, I do know Trek Travel will be ready to welcome you when the time is right. We have been carefully following the news and studying industry trends to get a sense of what travel is going to look like in 2021. Here’s what I am anticipating:

Domestic travel will continue to be hugely popular. North American bookings are the best we have ever seen them as many travelers in 2021 feel most comfortable with a trip closer to home. That may mean driving distance for some or a short domestic flight for others. We saw this trend pick up in 2020, and it is continuing through 2021. As a result, we have added new dates and destinations to our North American trips, and have a few more in the works!

International travel is on the horizon. I am optimistic for travel in Europe starting late spring or early summer, depending on vaccinations and the regulations and requirements from each destination. Our guests are really excited to join us on our European trips, so we anticipate they will sell-out quickly, especially in late August through early October. I recommend that guests booking international trips stay flexible to changing their dates or destination if needed. Our cancellation policy offers the ultimate flexibility, so we can take care of our guests no matter how plans change.

Active travel and bike tours will be one of the most popular ways to travel. You may have heard that there is a “bike boom” happening. One of the unexpected results of the pandemic has been more people rediscovering the joy of outdoor adventures, including biking. I believe we’ll see an influx of new guests who are interested in a cycling vacation for the first time. I am excited to show people new to biking how much fun it is to see the world by bike. To accommodate the wide range of rider levels of these new guests, we have trips designed for every type of rider and offer e-bikes on almost all trips for those who want an extra boost. Wide open spaces, fresh air, and destinations off the beaten path will make active travel a hugely popular choice for 2021.

Travel in small groups or on private trips will surge. We saw an uptick in interest for our Private, Semi-Private, and Custom trips starting in 2020, and as more people start to travel in 2021, we have seen growth in small groups interested in private and semi-private trips. Other guests, who still want to enjoy the commraderie of our group trips, have appreciated that we limit the number of guests on our trips to 20 or fewer, and take an average group of 10 people on a typical trip. In 2021, we’re also seeing an interest in private accommodations and trips that stay at just one hotel. Guests have been particularly excited about our glamping trips, which feature private safari-style tents.

Costa Brava Cycling Vacation Bike Tour in Costa Brava, Spain Biking Costa Brava

Preparing to Travel in 2021

When borders open again and travelers can move safely around the globe, we expect a travel boom. The pandemic has really shown us all the value of human connection and social interaction, so we know people are eager to get back out and connect with one another. We also expect the bike boom will turn into bike travel boom, too.

How Trek Travel is Preparing to Show You the World by Bike
Our team has been working diligently over the last year to monitor the latest recommendations on travel safety, so that we can run trips responsibly.

  1. We have enhanced hygiene standards on all of our trips, which includes deep cleaning all equipment every day. Read more about our safety protocols»
  2. We know that in uncertain times, plan A might not always work out, so we want to make it easy to switch dates or destinations if needed. Our cancellation policy has been upgraded to be more flexible than ever. Learn more»
  3. We have always valued small group travel. Trek Travel trips average 10 guests per trip, with a max of 20. Small group travel allows ultimate flexibility for comfortable distance at meals, route and safety talks, and transports.

Tips for Travel in 2021

  1. Book before the travel boom – To make sure you have the widest availability for dates and destinations, I’d encourage you to book your trip early. You’re also likely to enjoy better deals the earlier you book!
  2. Get excited – Travel, maybe now more than ever, offers the chance to reset, refresh, and rejuvenate. I think we could all use a little of that after the past year. So get excited about your trip! When you join us on a Trek Travel trip in 2021, you will enjoy amazing rides, great guides, and unforgettable meals that will leave you with lifelong memories.
  3. Travel smart – Before hopping in the car or heading to the airport, I’d suggest making sure you’re up to date on the latest recommended safety measures, so you can travel with peace of mind. Checking out the CDC’s COVID-19 travel information is a great place to start. If you have any questions, please give us a call, too!
  4. Stay flexible – Remember that as the world continues changing, your travel plans might need to change too. I suggest carefully reading cancellation policies when booking any travel (flights, hotels, tours, etc.) in 2021, so that you are familiar with when you have to make a decision to change plans if necessary. It also doesn’t hurt to have a backup plan in place from the start. Maybe you plan a European trip but know exactly where you’re headed in the US if the European borders aren’t open by the time you’re looking to travel.

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Thanks for reading! I hope to see you out there this year! And if you’re not ready to travel yet with us in 2021, contact our trip consultants to join our exclusive, early-access list for 2022 dates by emailing

Tania Burke

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How to Choose Your Travel Style

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With more ways to travel with us than ever before, we’re here to help you decide which style is the best for you! Whether you want a classic guided experience or something totally custom, there’s a little something for everyone.

Guided trips are a great choice for you if…

  • You like traveling with a group and meeting new people
  • You feel most comfortable riding with the support of professional guides and a van
  • You want to arrive at your trip and have all the details organized for you

Self-Guided trips are a great choice for you if…

  • You love independence and private time during your vacations
  • You’re the master of your schedule and prefer to have the flexibility to change plans as you go
  • You feel comfortable changing a flat tire and you’re comfortable with self-navigating

Private, Custom, and À la Carte are great choices for you if…

  • You want to travel exclusively with your own friends and family
  • You have a specific destination in mind that isn’t part of our current offerings
  • You want to incorporate additional elements into your trip, such as private boat rides, fishing excursions, or guided hiking experiences
  • You want us to help with specific planning details, such as providing bikes and routes

Pro Race trips are a great choice for you if…

  • You’re a cycling fan and love watching the pros battle it out in the big races
  • You’re an avid cyclist who wants to experience what it’s like to ride like the pros
  • You’re looking for a VIP experience, with behind the scenes access and premier viewing locations

Ride Camps are a great choice for you if…

  • You love big days in the saddle
  • You get more excited to ride than to go sight see
  • You want to meet other avid riders from around the country


Found your perfect way to travel? Now find your dream destination.

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Top 5: Etiquette to Know When Traveling to Japan

Japan is a country steeped in tradition that has survived centuries and still guides the everyday life if its people. So as a visitor what are some important things to know? We talked to our Travel Advisor Program Manager who visited this stunning country, and got her top 5 pieces of etiquette to keep in mind when traveling to Japan.

1. Remove your shoes upon entry to a home

It also considered good manners to turn your shoes to point towards the door once they’ve been taken off.

2. Escalators

When riding an escalator in Tokyo, stay on the left side so others can pass on the right. However, when riding an escalator in the Kansai region, stay on the right side so others can pass on the left.

3. Don’t walk and eat

It is not polite to eat or drink on the go. You will see locals standing by vending machines to finish their beverages, or standing outside convenience stores eating their food before walking.

4. Chopsticks

Do not leave your chopsticks sticking up in a bowl of rice—this is reminiscent of a funeral rite—instead, lay them flat over the top of the bowl if necessary.

5. When paying at the register…

Do not pass your money directly to a cashier—instead, place your money in the tray provided on the counter.


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6 Ways to Stay Comfy on a Long Flight

Long, trans-Atlantic or Pacific flights can be a beast to get through. But with a little preparation, your journey can be one that’s more daydream than nightmare.

1. Bring a neck pillow and eye mask

Nothing is worse than your head flopping around while you’re trying to catch some precious zzz’s. So while it may look goofy, a neck pillow will be your best friend. Also, if you are flying during daylight, an eyemask is critical to get a jumpstart on beating jetlag.

2. Escape from the noise

For long flights, noise-canceling headphones will be what gets you through. Pop those suckers on and you’ll be able to enjoy a ride without the disturbances of the plane engines and all other noise that comes with a packed flight.

3. Comfort above fashion

Keep it loose and comfortable and remember to layer for when it gets chilly. Loose-fitting shirts, comfortable pants with a little stretch, flats or tennis shoes, and a light jacket or sweater should be your uniform for the day. Also, make sure to pack an extra outfit in your carry-on in case your checked luggage doesn’t make it when you do.

4. Juice up your devices and plan ahead

Make sure to charge your phone, computer, tablets or whatever electronics you’re bringing aboard because the last thing you want is for your Kindle to run out of battery halfway through your 12-hour flight, or to have a dead phone upon landing.

5. Stay healthy & pack extra snacks

Sitting around at altitude for most of a day isn’t the best for your body. Fight off dehydration and deep-vein thrombosis by regularly drinking water, stretching, and walking around the cabin. And make sure to pack extra snacks like granola or a couple protein bars, as airline food isn’t often plentiful and you may get hungry in between scheduled in-flight meals..

6. Be polite to the crew

Make an active effort to be nice to those looking out for you in the air. You’re all up there together for quite a long time, and you never know, you might make a new friend or two.


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What is the Difference?

Ultimate Luxury:

Savor some of the most spectacular, 5-star properties in the world. Exuding luxury and elegance, these one-of-a-kind accommodations offer the chance to rejuvenate at award-winning spas, dine at Michelin-starred restaurants, and more.


Enjoy luxurious accommodations handpicked for a refined experience. From signature spa treatments to delicious local cuisine, you’ll be more than provided for; you’ll be pampered.


These handpicked hotels provide relaxation and fun in a casual and comfortable environment. Delicious cuisine and great service mix perfectly for a memorable stay.


On select cycling vacations, you’ll stay at a mix of Explorer and Luxury hotels. Rest assured, no matter which hotel level you’re at, our trip designers carefully select every accommodation.

Activity Level

Level 1:

Road: 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 25 mi (40 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Gravel: 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 20 mi (35 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 1-3 hours of hiking. Up to 5 mi (8 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Level 2:

Road: 2-4 hours of riding. 20-35 mi (35-60 km). Up to 2,500 ft (750 m).

Gravel: 2-4 hours of riding. 15-30 mi (25-45 km). Up to 2,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 2-4 hours of hiking. 4-8 mi (6-12 km). Up to 1,500 ft (450 m).

Level 3:

Road: 3-5 hours of riding. 25-55 mi (40-85 km). Up to 4,500 ft (1,500 m).

Gravel: 3-5 hours of riding. 20-40 mi (35-60 km). Up to 3,000 ft (900 m).

Hiking: 3-5 hours of hiking. 6-10 mi (9-16 km). Up to 2,000 ft (600 m).

Level 4:

Road: 4+ hours of riding. 40-70 mi (60-110 km). Up to 8,000 ft (2,400 m).

Gravel: 4+ hours of riding. 30-50 mi (45-80 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Hiking: 4+ hours of hiking. 7-15 mi (11-24 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

What are your trip styles?

Classic - Reserve:

Savor the finer things as you relax in luxurious 5-star accommodations and wine, dine, and ride in some of the most unforgettable destinations around the world.

Classic - Signature:

Explore beautiful destinations by bike, enjoy extra inclusions, savor delicious local cuisine, and enjoy the perfect mix of accommodations.

Classic - Discover:

Enjoy a casual cycling vacation with fantastic routes and comfortable accommodations.

Ride Camp:

Train like the pros in some of their favorite riding destinations.

Pro Race:

See the pros in action at the biggest cycling events of the year.

Cross Country:

Tackle an epic adventure that takes you point-to-point across mountains, countryside, and more.


Enjoy a bike tour on your schedule with just your chosen travel companions.

Single Occupancy

Sometimes it’s more convenient and comfortable to have your own room while on vacation. We understand and that’s why we offer a Single Occupancy option. The additional price guarantees a private room all to yourself