Cycle Touring in Australia

Australia is one of the largest and most sparsely populated countries on earth. As such the tyranny of distance moulds the cycle tourism industry. However there is also huge variety and if you focus on particular areas you can have many different experiences - or cross the continent and do it all!

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Cycle Touring in Korea

Over the past five years a huge amount has been invested in cycling infrastructure around the country - particularly outside the cities. This is not very well known by the rest of the world but that is changing and future years are likely to see a big increase in cycle tourism.

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Cycle Touring in Greece

Greece, the cradle of western civilisation, with a sun-drenched Mediterranean climate, is a perennially popular destination. The tavernas are welcoming and you can sip ouzo over ice with the locals. Greek food is fresh and uncomplicated and well suited to energy-hungry cyclists.

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Cycle Touring in Cambodia

Cambodia has an ideal terrain for cycling, being very flat with some highland areas including the Cardomom Mountains in the southwest. However as one of the poorest countries in Asia the infrastructure is poor, albeit improving.

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Cycle Touring in New Zealand

Not the easiest place to get to unless you're from Australia, New Zealand is well worth the extra travel. There is very little of the country not suitable for cycling and the level of services and facilities are among the best in the world - plus a big advantage for many is it is an English speaking country

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Cycle Touring in Vietnam

Vietnam is probably the most popular country in Asia for bike tours with hundreds available. The legacy of the war is still an important factor particularly in Saigon, but there is so much more to this country.  November to April is the best time of year to tour to avoid the wettest and hottest weather.

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Cycle Touring in Portugal

A relatively small country in the extreme south-west of Europe, Portugal is off the beaten track and often overlooked by cyclists. However this very much stands in Portugal's favour. With a population of just over 10 million there are plenty of open spaces and get-away-from-it all places.

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