World Expeditions was the first company to offer cycling holidays in India back in 1977 and in China in 1978, so it knows a thing or two about how to explore Asia from handlebar level.

Today, World Expeditions offers an exciting range of cycling adventures throughout Asia, including destinations like remote Mongolia, along China’s Yunnan Province Tea Horse Trail   and into Bhutan, on an itinerary that combines cycling with trekking.

In the November Cycle Sale, we’ve cut the prices of many of our cycling adventures – here’s a couple of examples.

Save $596 when you explore the captivating coastline of Noto Peninsula by bicycle on World Expeditions’ 10 day Noto Coastline & Japan Alps Cycle.

Book before 29 November and you’ll pay $5,364, reduced from $5,960, to appreciate the stunning coastline at handlebar level, enjoy delicious meals of fresh seafood, visit World Heritage Shirakawago, and bathe in Wakura Onsen, one of Japan’s best hot springs.

Tour price includes 9 nights in hotels and traditional ryokans (twinshare basis), 9 breakfasts, 6 dinners, services of a cycle leader and driver/mechanic, private vehicle transport, entry fees and, of course, the use of quality bicycles (e-bikes available at additional surcharge).

The 10 day Noto Coastline & Japan Alps Cycle departs Kanazawa in May and September 2020.  

Save $607 when you pedal through the Kingdom of Bhutan’s high mountain trails and sealed mainly car free roads on World Expeditions’ 13 day Bhutan Bike and Hike.

Book before 29 November and pay $5,463, reduced from $6,070, on this immersive adventure that combines a fully supported cycle trip through the Paro Valley to the foot of the famous Taktsang ‘Tigers Nest’ Monastery and a hike along trails that lead high above the Paro and Thimphu valleys for unrivalled views of the Himalayan peaks.  Discover the monasteries and marketplaces of the capital, Thimphu.

Price includes all meals, airport transfers, 8 nights hotel accommodation in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha and 4 nights camping accommodation (twin share basis), quality bike hire a support vehicle and bike mechanic on cycle sections, private vehicle transport, services of a professional guide, the use of a World Expeditions trek pack which includes a quality sleeping bag, down or fibre fill jacket and insulated mat (valued at over US$500), all group camping equipment, trekking permits, park entrance fees, sight entrance fees and animals to carry 20kgs personal equipment, Bhutan Government visa and sustainability fees.

The Palace of Great Happiness

The 13 day Bhutan Bike and Hike departs Paro in March, April and September 2020.

With e-bikes available on many Asian trips, you don’t have to be a dedicated cyclist to enjoy a cycling trip in Asia. All that you need is reasonable fitness and a love for exploring the world under your own steam.

More information at www.worldexpeditions.com or 1300 720 000