Er zijn 19 fietsvakanties naar Azië die voldoen aan jouw wensen
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycle Indochina & Angkor Cycle through 3 countries from Thailand to Vietnam
    • All breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner are included. The food on this trip is a real highlight for many. Southeast Asian cuisine is known for its abundance of freshly prepared dishes with strong aromatic flavours. There is a focus on herbs and citrus to ensure each dish packs a punch; chilli does feature highly too but is easily avoided if desired. Typically most dishes will come with rice and many are often served in a banana leaf with a variety of dips and herbs served separately. The three countries visited ensure a different culinary experience every time you cross the border; ensure you try the freshly made Pad Thai noodles from the street stalls of Bangkok, the fish amok curry in Cambodia for a creamy coconut-based fragrant curry and the Banh Xeo (huge sizzling pancakes) found in Vietnam cannot be missed! Western food is readily available almost everywhere except in the Mekong Delta region. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that the availability of certain specialized products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these specialised dietary items from home. You may find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home if you have high energy bars or gels that you like to use during a ride. For those who wish to contribute, a kitty is normally arranged (see extra expenses) - fresh fruit, nuts, biscuits and local snacks are all provided from the snack kitty along with drinks and electrolyte powders.
    • All breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner are included. The food on this trip is a real highlight for many. Southeast Asian cuisine is known for its abundance of freshly prepared dishes with strong aromatic flavours. There is a focus on herbs and citrus to ensure each dish packs a punch; chilli does feature highly too but is easily avoided if desired. Typically most dishes will come with rice and many are often served in a banana leaf with a variety of dips and herbs served separately. The three countries visited ensure a different culinary experience every time you cross the border; ensure you try the freshly made Pad Thai noodles from the street stalls of Bangkok, the fish amok curry in Cambodia for a creamy coconut-based fragrant curry and the Banh Xeo (huge sizzling pancakes) found in Vietnam cannot be missed! Western food is readily available almost everywhere. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that the availability of certain specialized products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these specialised dietary items from home. You may find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home if you have high energy bars or gels that you like to use during a ride. For those who wish to contribute a kitty is normally arranged (see extra expenses) - fresh fruit, nuts, biscuits and local snacks are all provided from the snack kitty along with soft drinks and electrolyte powders.
    • Cycling
    14 dagen
    vanaf € 2.065,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycle Kerala & Tropical India Cycle from the Western Ghats to the idyllic coastline of Kerala
    • All breakfasts, 10 lunches and 4 dinners included.  There is a good choice of restaurants and sometimes there is a choice between Indian and Western style food. If you are a vegetarian, South India is an ideal destination. Lunches on riding days are usually taken in local roadside cafes. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap. A (large!) bottle of beer is approximately £3 (approx. US$5), but alcohol is difficult to get hold of in Kerala. Please note that service in restaurants can be quite slow. Water is provided in the support vehicle, where you can fill your bottle from the 20 litre containers. You should allow approximately £10 (approx. US$16.00) per day for lunch and dinner when they are not included, £3 - £4 (approx. US$4.80 - US$6.40) for lunch, and £5 - £6 (approx. US$8 - US$9.60) for dinner without drinks. This amount may vary according to how much you drink. Generally you can eat out very cheaply in India.
    • Cycling
    • Road Cycling
    14 dagen
    vanaf € 2.095,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycle the Backroads of Sri Lanka Explore rich Sri Lankan history and culture by bike
    • All breakfasts and 10 lunches included. Sri Lankan cuisine is a fascinating reflection of the island’s heritage; there is a unique fusion of fresh local produce with spices brought to the island over the centuries by Malays, Arabs, Indians as well as the Dutch, Portuguese and English. Despite, or perhaps because of, these influences Sri Lankan cuisine is often referred to simply as ‘Rice and Curry’; this is the staple dish in most restaurants and is usually a serving of rice accompanied by assorted meat and vegetable curries as well as various pickles ‘sambols’ and a handful of tiny poppadum’s – all using the contrasting flavours of coconut, chilli, curry leaves, cinnamon and garlic. The variety is constant and this along with the abundance of fresh seafood and fish ensures the cuisine is a constant highlight of the trip. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that in Sri Lanka the availability of certain products is minimal or non-existent (for example, wheat or dairy-free) so please be prepared for this as you may need to bring these from home. Spicier food can be avoided easily and lots of the hotels with serve Western options alongside traditional food. All lunch and tea stops are subject to change dependent on the cycling speed of the group as well as the weather conditions.
    • Cycling
    • Cycling Bestsellers
    14 dagen
    vanaf € 2.155,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycle the Coast of Kerala Gentle cycling along the tropical Keralan coastline
    • All breakfasts, 4 lunches and 2 dinners included. Lunches on riding days are usually taken in local roadside cafes, allowing us to sample typical south Indian dishes such as poori (deep fried bread served with curry) and dosa (thin pancake made with fermented rice and lentil batter). South Indian food is very much influenced by its tropical landscape; creamy coconut dishes enlivened with delicate spices, served on a banana leaf. It's also an ideal destination if you are a vegetarian. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap, and there'll be plenty of tea stops so that you can enjoy a cold can, a cup of chai or refreshing coconut water. A (large!) bottle of beer is approximately £3 (approx. US$5) but please note that alcohol is difficult to get hold of in Kerala as it is a dry state. Generally you can eat out very cheaply in India. Where food is not included, you should allow approx. £3-£4 (approx. US$4.80 - US$6.40) for lunch, and £5-£6 (approx. US$8 - US$9.60) for dinner without drinks. This amount may vary according to how much you drink. Please note that service in restaurants can be quite slow. Drinking water is provided in the support vehicle, where you can fill your bottle from the containers.
    • Cycling
    • Road Cycling

    Gegarandeerd vertrek op:
    02 mrt , 20 apr - alle vertrekdata

    8 dagen
    vanaf € 1.205,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling in Bhutan Explore the tiny remote mystical Kingdom of Bhutan by bike.
    • Breakfast is included throughout the trip plus 11 lunches and 11 dinners whilst in Bhutan. The meals in Bhutan are usually buffet style and include Bhutanese and Western food. Bhutanese food can sometimes be considered a little bland - this is generally because chillies are frequently used in traditional dishes, and these are often omitted to adapt to foreigners' tastes. However you will find an assortment of meat, vegetable, rice and potato dishes and many examples of the infamous 'Ema Datshi' (chillies and cheese) so there will be plenty of nutrients for your cycle rides!  Breakfasts are an assortment of hot food and fruit, and lunches will either be a hot picnic or taken at a nearby restaurant. Please allow approximately £20-25 ($30-40) per day for other main meals in Kathmandu.
    • Cycling
    • Festival Holidays
    14 dagen
    vanaf € 5.525,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling in Laos Explore rural Laos by bike
    • All breakfasts included.  The food on this trip is a real highlight. The national staple of Laos is sticky rice which is served with all meals and is often used as a scooping device to pick food up as meals are traditionally eaten with hands and not utensils. Typical dishes to accompany the rice are laap (or larb) which is a salad of any kind of minced meat; mok pa, which is fish steamed in a banana leaf; grilled chicken, pork or fish; and jaew, which are dips that might be made from roasted aubergine or tomatoes. Undertones of lemongrass, chilies and ginger are everywhere, imparting spicy and sour notes that bring heat and layers to dishes. Noodle dishes are common and the sweet offerings tend to focus around the abundance of fresh fruit available – be sure to seek out the mangosteen, the sweet segments are a local favourite and unlike any other fruit. Western food is readily available almost everywhere. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that in SE Asia the availability of certain specialized products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these items from home. You may find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home; high energy snack bars are not readily available locally. For snacks and drinks during the rides, a kitty is normally arranged (see Extra Expenses) and these snacks tend to be a combination of nuts, fruit and biscuits. In the more remote areas the food is likely to be basic and the breakfasts will be simple.
    • Cycling
    • Road Cycling

    Gegarandeerd vertrek op:
    03 mrt , 17 nov - alle vertrekdata

    14 dagen
    vanaf € 2.605,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling in Mongolia Cycle through the Mongolian wilderness - nomadic ger camps, steppes and forests
    • All meals are included. In the countryside our support vehicles will carry the kitchen, food supplies and kitchen staff including a professional chef. Meals are western style with a strong Asian influence. Breakfasts are typically cereals, toast and a hot dish. Lunches on the road are sandwiches, cheese, meats and salad. Dinners are a variety of vegetables, meat, rice, potatoes and pasta dishes. Filtered or purified drinking water is supplied on all cycling days, as are tea, coffee and fruit drinks. Dining in Ulaanbaatar is excellent and includes Mongolian, Indian, French, Chinese and Mexican restaurants. If you follow a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip. As this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region we cannot guarantee that the hotels and restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet.
    • Cycling
    • Off-Road Cyling

    Gegarandeerd vertrek op:
    09 jun , 27 jun , 04 aug - alle vertrekdata

    15 dagen
    vanaf € 2.855,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling India's Hill Stations Cycle through stunning scenery
    • All breakfasts, 3 lunches and 4 dinners included.  You should allow at least £10 (approx. US$16) per day for lunch and dinner when these are not included. You can eat out very cheaply in India, but if you go to the more expensive restaurants you will spend more than the suggested amount. In a lot of towns there is a choice of restaurants and a choice between Indian and Western style food however please note that this is not always the case; on some of the days cycling the choice of food is very limited. If you are a vegetarian, India is probably one of the best destinations to travel to. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap. A (large!) bottle of beer is approximately £3 (approx. US$4.80). You can refill your water bottle with mineral water from the 20ltr containers located in the support vehicle.
    • Cycling
    • Road Cycling

    Gegarandeerd vertrek op:
    06 apr , 13 okt - alle vertrekdata

    16 dagen
    vanaf € 1.775,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling Indonesia's Islands Cycle up volcanoes, through rice paddies, jungles and villages in Bali and Java
    • 12 breakfasts, 10 lunches and 3 dinners Indonesian cuisine is generally fairly simple, with rice as the main staple, though noodles are also common, accompanied by dishes created with various spices including coriander, cloves and chilies as well as coconut and lemon grass. Fish, unsurprisingly is popular but other meats are also common. Peanut based dishes such as sate or gado gado are also common on Indonesian tables (if you have a peanut allergy make sure to inform us before hand and to inform your tour leader). Food is often spicy but you can generally avoid the spicier food if you wish. Western food is available in Ubud and Canggu, though it is well worth trying the local cuisine. Quite often tea or water (aqua) is drunk with a meal. Beer is often not cold and coffee is unfiltered and usually very sugary. On some days we will have a packed lunch as we cycle. Vegetarian food is available in Indonesia, however the concept of vegetarianism can be misunderstood so if you are a vegetarian please be clear and state that you don't eat meat, chicken or fish. Snacks and local fruit will be provided when cycling but you may want to bring your own snacks from home as well.
    • Cycling
    • New Cycling Holidays

    Gegarandeerd vertrek op:
    21 apr , 22 sep , 09 jun - alle vertrekdata

    13 dagen
    vanaf € 1.775,- exclusief vlucht
  • Internationale groepsreis Cycling through Rajasthan Discover India's desert state by bike
    • All breakfasts and 4 lunches included. Breakfast on day 1 of the Land Only itinerary in not included as you should be given breakfast on the flight. If you do want another breakfast it costs approximately £5 (US$8) at the hotel in Jodhpur. You should allow at least £15 (approx. US$22) per day for lunch and dinner. You can eat out very cheaply in India, but if you go to the more expensive restaurants most of the time, you will spend more than the suggested amount. In most of the towns there is a good choice of restaurants and a choice between Indian and Western style food. If you are a vegetarian India is probably one of the best destinations to travel to with a wide range of dishes on offer. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap. A large bottle of beer is approximately £3 (US$5). Mineral water is widely available.
    • Cycling
    • Road Cycling
    15 dagen
    vanaf € 1.965,- exclusief vlucht
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