Every evening after dinner, the tour guides will discuss next day’s cycle ride, answer your questions, share some tips and tell you where to find the best spots for a rest or an interesting stop.There are different types of traveling with or without tour guide, this is explained in the text below.
Individual, self guided cycle tours through the Netherlands and Flanders: You go on your cycle ride every day at your own speed with the help of detailed maps and travel information. Travel guides will also be cycling the route in case of emergencies or an accident and can be reached by mobile phone. This sort of trip is suitable for people who do not want to cycle in a group and want to decide for themselves when to stop and what to visit. A few routes offer you a choice between a long and a short cycle ride.
Individual, self guided trips outside of the Netherlands: You cycle at your own speed with the help of detailed maps and travel information; the tour guides or crew are always on call via mobile phone.
Guided tours: You will cycle in a group every day with an experienced tour guide. Trips outside the Netherlands are not always led by Dutch-speaking tour guides; the tour guides always speak English and/or German though.
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