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Adventure World Unveils 12 New Trips to Its 2018/19 Exodus Cycling Collection

September 26, 2017 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

 Adventure World has released its 2018/19 Exodus Cycling brochure, with an additional 12 new tripsto the collection.

Featuring over 90 different rides in over 40 countries around the globe, the 2018/19 range is incredibly varied, ranging from self-guided routes in Europe, to cultural road trips, off road expeditions and the more experienced drop bar trips.

“Our Exodus cycle programs perfectly compliment the Adventure World tailor-made portfolio as most clients add our experiential product to top and tail their unique cycle programs,” commented Neil Rodgers Managing Director of Adventure World.

The most popular program in South America is the Cycling Peru, Machu Picchu to Lake Titicaca trip.  Which gives clients a unique perspective as they cycle among 4000m high peaks and explore the spectacular mountaintop city of Machu Picchu, buzzing Cusco and marvel at Inca ruins like Sacsayhuaman and Pisac.

One of the most requested trips in Asia is the two week Cycling in Japan program which covers the best of rural Japan without compromising on the cultural highlights and iconic cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, perfect for first-time visitors who wants to explore the best of Japan on two wheels

In Europe, Cycling the Italian & Swiss Lakes is a perfect option for travellers keen to explore the food and wine regions of Italy as well as easy cycling roads. This eight-day trip starts in the village of Armeno on Lake Orta and ends in Menaggio on Lake Como.

Also, for a limited time, Exodus is offering 10% off 2017 and 2018 trips, exclusions apply.

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