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Rhino mother and baby, Ngorongoro Crater

Wild Things: Top 5 Cycle Safari Hotspots

How close can you get to the natural world when you take to the saddle? Here’s a clue – if you know the right route to take, you won’t be needing your zoom… Best for Cheetahs: Namibia Seeing predators on the prowl is always a possibility in Etosha National Park, says Exodus’ Andy Gibbins, of Namibia’s legendary reserve. “But there are also giraffes, hyena, jackals, springbok and zebra. Oh, and ostrich too…” Want more? How about a visit to the Cheetah conservation project – a world-leading research centre, allowing you to get close (ish) to the most enigmatic ...
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5 Amazing South East Asian Experiences By Bike

Five Amazing Asian Experiences…By Bike!

Southeast Asia is a cyclist’s dream – bikes are the modus operandi for many locals, so you’ll fit right in. You see more from the saddle than you’ll ever spot from the back of a bus, whilst covering plenty of ground and seeing the regional variations as you pedal. Southeast Asia by bike is the perfect break for anyone wanting to learn more about the culture, with a little bit of activity thrown in there too. Here we run down five of our favourites and what they’re best for. 1. Indochina & Angkor Best For: Crossing Borders A rolling meander ...
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A Cycling Adventure in India

A Cycling Adventure in India

The two southernmost states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala perfectly depict the contrasting nature of India. Seeing them on two wheels is an excellent opportunity to soak up the rich culture and appreciate the different landscapes as you cycle by. Tamil Nadu sees far fewer visitors than other Indian states, but this is part of the attraction as the trip follows quiet back roads from the fertile coastal plains in the east to the remarkable hills of the Western Ghats which form the border with Kerala. The ride takes in some of the most impressive sites of southern India, including ...
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10 Things You Should Know Before Taking A Cycling Trip

If you’re craving the freedom of the open road and a chance to meet the locals, look no further than holidaying on two wheels. It’s more popular than ever before, from two-wheeled commuters and occasional Sunday cyclists to a surge of enthusiasm for organised rides, cyclosportives and lycra-clad challenges. But if you’ve never done it before, a cycling holiday can seem a bit daunting – and we find most people have the same worries. Will I be fit enough? What do I need to bring? Will I be able to keep up? Don’t be put off. We’ve compiled a list ...
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Cycling Trip to Cilento & Amalfi Coast 1.0

Cycling Trip To Cilento And The Amalfi Coast

One of our clients, Patricia Gaekwad, shares her cycling adventure through Cilento and the Amalfi Coast in Italy with us. Firstly, a big thank you to #iloveadventures for organizing this amazing trip and to my cycle buddy Nitesh from who I borrowed the contents from since I could barely remember the places and the history behind it with all that gruelling cycling This trip took us through the best routes and contrasts of the region, from the unknown and unspoilt nature of Cilento to the popular lively Amalfi Coast. We left Dubai early am on the ...
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