Skip to Main Content
Visit our Health & Travel Page for more details on current tour and country travel requirements.
Click and hold to Zoom

British Columbia: Vancouver Island & the Gulf Islands

A breathtaking voyage across land and sea, this scenic journey across Canada’s west coast islands is a cyclist’s haven. Embrace tranquility in the floral wonderland of Butchart Gardens. Cruise into beaches, keeping your eyes peeled for kelp crabs, sea stars, and sand dollars. Explore the majestic Salt Spring Island, a magnet for artists and musicians. Ride into Ganges, a buzzing fisherman’s hub surrounded by picturesque marinas. Get close to marine life during a stunning sea kayaking adventure. Sample ciders on a family-owned farm, cycle trails traversing cathedral canopies of native oaks, and explore islands that blend breathtaking wilderness with cosmopolitan city. This Vancouver Island bike tour lets you soak up all the beauty that can be found where the land meets the sea.

Tour Highlights

  • Island hop along Canada’s west coast, admiring land and sea views by bicycle and ferry.
  • Go sea kayaking along the Gulf Islands on an included excursion.
  • Cycle popular bike trails on Vancouver Island.
  • Enjoy lunch and a tasting at the family-owned Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse.
  • Visit Victoria’s spectacular Butchart Gardens—your admission is included.

What to Expect

This tour offers a combination of easy terrain and moderate hills on the Gulf Islands and is ideal for beginning and experienced cyclists. Our VBT support shuttle is always available for those who would like assistance with the hills.

  • Daily Mileage: 13 - 35|
  • Biking: 2 - 5 hr|
Activity Easy/Moderate Easy / Moderate
Cycling
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Cyclists
Vehicle Support Vehicle
Support

Average High /
Low Temperature (°F):

May64º/46º

Jun70º/50º

Jul75º/54º

Aug74º/54º

Sep69º/52º

Oct58º/46º

Average
Precipitation:

May1.0 in

Jun0.8 in

Jul0.5 in

Aug0.9 in

Sep1.1 in

Oct2.0 in

Air Package

Tour Only

Roundtrip international airfare Check
Airport car service for arrival and departure Check
One night in Sidney in a conveniently located hotel with daily breakfast Check
5 nights in boutique hotels Check Check
10 meals: 5 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners Check Check

Road Bicycle (Carbon frame)

See More >

Step-Through (Mixte Hybrid) Comfort Bicycle

See More >

Step-Over (Diamond) Comfort Bicycle

See More >

Electric-Assisted Bicycle (E-bike)

See More >
View All >

Biking Packages Include:

Custom VBT Bike and Helmet

Two Local, Bilingual Trip Leaders

Vehicle Support

Luggage Transfers

Ride with GPS and Daily Route Notes

Welcome Reception

Facilitated Cultural Experiences

Your Choice of VBT Branded Gear for Your Adventure

Itinerary

Sat, May 21 to Fri, May 27 - 2022

Show Itinerary:

All you have to do is get to the airport. On our Air Packages, we’ll take care of the rest, handling all the logistics, so you can travel with peace of mind. Start off your first day in Victoria right by having a VBT representative greet you at the airport. A complimentary car service will whisk you to your centrally located hotel. From here, you are perfectly positioned to explore this charming city at your leisure.

Accommodation: Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa, Sidney

After an included breakfast, meet your VBT trip leaders at the hotel in Sidney at 12:00 p.m. They will be wearing VBT staff garments. You’ll join your trip leaders for a safety and bike-fitting session, followed by a warm-up ride from Sidney to the town of Ganges on Salt Spring Island. Your ride includes a 35-minute ferry crossing from Swartz Bay to Fulford Harbour. On arrival in Ganges, check into your room in the Harbour House Hotel, a welcoming, 3-star hotel. This sleek and airy hotel in the heart of town offers stunning views over the Salish Sea, a full-service restaurant, and a spa, all newly renovated in a relaxed and refined style. Enjoy time to relax and settle in before a welcome reception and dinner at your hotel.

Today’s Ride Choices

Afternoon: Sidney to Ferry Warm-up — 7 km (4 miles) with a 35-minute ferry crossing | Fulford Harbour to Harbour House Warm-up — 20 km (12 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy an easy ride from Sidney to the ferry terminal (7 km / 4 miles). After your ferry crossing, the ride follows a gently rolling route to Ganges (20 km / 12 miles).

Cumulative Distance Range: 7 – 27 km (4 – 16 miles)
Accommodation: Harbour House Hotel, Ganges
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, you’ll cycle out from Ganges past Saint Mary Lake to Fernwood Point, one of the finest beaches on the island. Here, Government Wharf stretches far into the water. To one side of the wharf, off the sand bar, you’ll find host of marine life, including kelp crabs, sea stars, clams, and more. In the tidal pools to the other side of the wharf, you might see sea anemones, hermit crabs, sand dollars, and other species. While here, you might pause at the café for a warm beverage and a Nanaimo Bar, a uniquely British Columbian pastry.

Salt Spring Island is a magnet for artists and musicians, and as your ride continues northward, you’ll pass several studios where artists are hard at work in various media. You might consider stopping along the way to admire their skills.

Your loop ride culminates back in Ganges, where many fishermen make their home. A “must-see” here is the famous, marine-themed Landmark Mural painted on a retired buoy. As you gaze out over the waters surrounding Salt Spring Island, you might see orcas cruising around, and harbor seals are always present. Sea lions are occasional visitors, too.

Later, at your hotel, enjoy an aperitif on the patio before you head out for dinner on your own in Ganges.

Today’s Ride Choice

Morning: Ganges to Fernwood Point Loop — 27 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Salt Spring Island is a great bicycling destination, but use caution on the island’s main paved routes, which are in varying states of repair, with narrow or non-existent shoulders, loose gravel and bumpy patches, hills, blind corners, and some fast, impatient drivers. Our ride will offer more quiet secondary roads than main roads, but some stretches on the busier, winding, and sometimes hilly main roads are necessary.

Cumulative Distance Range: 27 km (17 miles)
Accommodation: Harbour House Hotel, Ganges
Included Meals: Breakfast

Cycle from your hotel in Ganges to Long Harbour (5.3 km/3.3 miles), where you’ll board a ferry to Pender Island, renowned for its beautiful parks and scenic vistas. Actually two islands connected by a one-lane bridge, Pender Island is a cyclist’s delight with pasturelands, forest-clad hills, and several beaches. Here, you’ll spin along winding roads and gentle rolling hills to Port Browning, where you’ll enjoy lunch featuring tasty local specialties.

Mid-afternoon, embark on your sea kayaking adventure. Led by a skilled guide, you’ll paddle through a protected harbor, keeping your eyes peeled for the rich marine life that thrives here.

Afterward, if time permits, you may cycle to Sea Star Vineyards, Pender Island’s only winery—an ocean-facing vineyard that specializes in crafting wines from organically grown grapes. If you wish, you may enjoy a tasting on your own here.

Or return to the hotel, where you will have time at leisure. If you are interested in an appointment at Susurrus, the hotel spa, advance booking is highly recommended. Call 250.629.2113 or 250.629.2100 directly to reserve.

Please note: Due to seasonal ferry schedules between Salt Spring and Pender Islands, if you are traveling in the spring or fall, your sea kayaking adventure will occur during the morning, followed by lunch in Ganges. In the afternoon, you’ll cycle from Ganges to Long Harbour, where you’ll board the ferry to Pender Island and travel to your hotel. If time allows, you may cycle to Sea Star Vineyards for a tasting on your own.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Ganges to Long Harbour ferry — 5 km (3 miles) | Otter Bay to Port Browning — 6 km (4 miles)
Afternoon: Port Browning to Sea Star to Poets Cove Loop — 19.5 km (12 miles) | Port Browning to Brooks Point Regional Park and Poets Cove — 18 km (11 miles)

What to Expect: There is a paved shoulder from Ganges to Long Harbour ferry terminal on Salt Spring Island, and paved road from Otter Bay ferry terminal to Port Browning on Pender Island. The Pender Island route is winding with some gentle rolling hills and a maximum speed limit of 30 mph (50 km/hr).

The optional ride from Port Browning to Sea Star Vineyards ascends on a quiet secondary road and descends back, with some rolling hills, into Port Browning. The ride from Port Browning to Poets Cove Resort is along a paved, winding road with gently rolling hills. There is one steep and winding uphill for 0.6 km (0.3 miles) after leaving the marina in Port Browning. VBT highly recommends that you dismount your bicycle and walk up this hill.

Cumulative Distance Range: 5 – 30 km (3 – 18 miles)
Accommodation: Poets Cove Resort, Pender Island
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning, you’ll say goodbye to your hosts at Poets Cove Resort and board the ferry to Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island, renowned for its blend of cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking wilderness, a mild climate, and long history. Linking the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, where you will alight, with the capital of British Columbia, Victoria, is the Lochside Trail. Enjoy a tranquil spin along this rail trail to Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse. This family-owned, farm-based cidery produces award-winning, traditionally fermented ciders from organically grown heritage apples. Enjoy a tasting and copious lunch in this peaceful setting.

Afterward, follow Lochside Trail to the Galloping Goose Trail, a more rural route designed to link the country to the city and people to nature. As you spin along this trail, admire fields of golden corn and cathedral canopies of green leaves, including Garry Oaks—British Columbia’s only native oak. You might pause along the way for a Nainamo Bar, a three-layered, no-bake treat named for a city on Vancouver Island. Many varieties exist for you to savor.

On arrival at your boutique hotel, settle into your room and perhaps relax in its heated seaside mineral pools (16 years of age minimum). If you would like an appointment at the spa, advance booking is highly recommended; call 250.940.0326 or email [email protected] to reserve.

Tonight’s dinner is on your own at one of the hotel’s dining venues or at the nearby marina.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Swartz Bay to Sea Cider — 15 km (10 miles)
Afternoon: Sea Cider to Oak Bay Beach — 28 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy easy rides today on quiet bike paths or secondary roads. The bike path/trail varies between paved and packed gravel surfaces. The morning ride gently ascends from the ferry terminal to Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse. The afternoon ride has some gentle hills and mostly descends to Oak Bay.

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 – 42 km (10 – 27 miles)
Accommodation: Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Oak Bay
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

After breakfast, cycle to the city of Victoria, capital of British Columbia, blending a First Nations heritage with influences of British colonialism. Continue riding around the harbor to Butchart Gardens, a magnificent oasis north of the city and your destination for the day. Built atop a former limestone quarry over a century ago, this landscaping gem was the vision of Jennie Butchart, who dreamed of transforming the site into a grand sunken garden. Over time, the park was expanded with Japanese, Italian, and rose gardens and a children’s pavilion, and it is now also a venue for outdoor concerts and other events. Most recently, the cultural heritage of the Indigenous People was recognized with the addition of two totem poles. Today, Butchart Gardens is a city treasure and a National Historic Site of Canada. Enjoy time to explore this tranquil haven and finish your day with a rewarding ride back to the hotel.

You’ll have time to relax at the hotel this afternoon before gathering with your fellow travelers for a celebration dinner at the hotel featuring local favorites such as Dungeness crab bisque, Pacific chowder, and wild Pacific ling cod.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Oak Bay Beach via Victoria to Butchart Gardens — 32 km (20 miles)
Afternoon: Butchart Gardens to Oak Bay Beach — 32 km (20 miles)

What to Expect: Ride from your hotel on paved roads to Victoria Harbour. There, you’ll join the Galloping Goose Trail and cycle north toward Brentwood Bay and Butchart Gardens.
The afternoon’s return ride follows the Lochside Regional Trail back to the hotel. The ride is mostly flat with one hill (0.5 km) out of the gardens and a second hill (1 km) as you enter the village of Brentwood Bay. There is another ascent as you join the Lochside Regional Trail and a small hill before your descent to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 32 – 64 km (20 – 40 miles)
Accommodation: Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Oak Bay
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, travel to Victoria International Airport at 8:45 a.m., arriving by 10:00 a.m.

British Columbia: Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands 8

Download PDF Itinerary:

Air Package (PDF) Tour Only (PDF)

Sun, May 22 to Fri, May 27 - 2022

Show Itinerary:

Meet your VBT trip leaders and the rest of the group at the Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa in Sidney, B.C., at 12:00 p.m. (Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa, 9805 Seaport Pl, Sidney, BC V8L 4X3, telephone 250.655.9445). Your trip leaders will be wearing VBT staff garments. Please buy lunch on your own before this meeting and come dressed for bicycling.

If your arrival at the Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa is scheduled later than 12:00 p.m. or if you are delayed, you must take a taxi at your own expense (approximately $230 CAD plus approximately $60 CAD for the ferry crossing for the taxi and two passengers) to the Swartz Bay ferry terminal. From here, take the ferry to Salt Spring Island’s Fulford Harbour (this 35-minute ferry crossing cannot be reserved in advance), then taxi another 15 km (9.3 miles) to Ganges and The Harbour House Hotel (121 Upper Ganges Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 2S2, telephone 250.537.4700). Please consult the BC Ferries schedules here: https://www.bcferries.com/schedules/southern/sssb-current.php

Please contact Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa before 12:00 p.m. to advise of any travel delays or changes, and the staff will pass your message on to your VBT trip leaders.

Today’s Ride Choices

Afternoon: Sidney to Ferry Warm-up — 7 km (4 miles) with a 35-minute ferry crossing | Fulford Harbour to Harbour House Warm-up — 20 km (12 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy an easy ride from Sidney to the ferry terminal (7 km / 4 miles). After your ferry crossing, the ride follows a gently rolling route to Ganges (20 km / 12 miles).

Cumulative Distance Range: 7 – 27 km (4 – 16 miles)
Accommodation: Harbour House Hotel, Ganges
Included Meals: Dinner

After breakfast, you’ll cycle out from Ganges past Saint Mary Lake to Fernwood Point, one of the finest beaches on the island. Here, Government Wharf stretches far into the water. To one side of the wharf, off the sand bar, you’ll find host of marine life, including kelp crabs, sea stars, clams, and more. In the tidal pools to the other side of the wharf, you might see sea anemones, hermit crabs, sand dollars, and other species. While here, you might pause at the café for a warm beverage and a Nanaimo Bar, a uniquely British Columbian pastry.

Salt Spring Island is a magnet for artists and musicians, and as your ride continues northward, you’ll pass several studios where artists are hard at work in various media. You might consider stopping along the way to admire their skills.

Your loop ride culminates back in Ganges, where many fishermen make their home. A “must-see” here is the famous, marine-themed Landmark Mural painted on a retired buoy. As you gaze out over the waters surrounding Salt Spring Island, you might see orcas cruising around, and harbor seals are always present. Sea lions are occasional visitors, too.

Later, at your hotel, enjoy an aperitif on the patio before you head out for dinner on your own in Ganges.

Today’s Ride Choice

Morning: Ganges to Fernwood Point Loop — 27 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Salt Spring Island is a great bicycling destination, but use caution on the island’s main paved routes, which are in varying states of repair, with narrow or non-existent shoulders, loose gravel and bumpy patches, hills, blind corners, and some fast, impatient drivers. Our ride will offer more quiet secondary roads than main roads, but some stretches on the busier, winding, and sometimes hilly main roads are necessary.

Cumulative Distance Range: 27 km (17 miles)
Accommodation: Harbour House Hotel, Ganges
Included Meals: Breakfast

Cycle from your hotel in Ganges to Long Harbour (5.3 km/3.3 miles), where you’ll board a ferry to Pender Island, renowned for its beautiful parks and scenic vistas. Actually two islands connected by a one-lane bridge, Pender Island is a cyclist’s delight with pasturelands, forest-clad hills, and several beaches. Here, you’ll spin along winding roads and gentle rolling hills to Port Browning, where you’ll enjoy lunch featuring tasty local specialties.

Mid-afternoon, embark on your sea kayaking adventure. Led by a skilled guide, you’ll paddle through a protected harbor, keeping your eyes peeled for the rich marine life that thrives here.

Afterward, if time permits, you may cycle to Sea Star Vineyards, Pender Island’s only winery—an ocean-facing vineyard that specializes in crafting wines from organically grown grapes. If you wish, you may enjoy a tasting on your own here.

Or return to the hotel, where you will have time at leisure. If you are interested in an appointment at Susurrus, the hotel spa, advance booking is highly recommended. Call 250.629.2113 or 250.629.2100 directly to reserve.

Please note: Due to seasonal ferry schedules between Salt Spring and Pender Islands, if you are traveling in the spring or fall, your sea kayaking adventure will occur during the morning, followed by lunch in Ganges. In the afternoon, you’ll cycle from Ganges to Long Harbour, where you’ll board the ferry to Pender Island and travel to your hotel. If time allows, you may cycle to Sea Star Vineyards for a tasting on your own.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Ganges to Long Harbour ferry — 5 km (3 miles) | Otter Bay to Port Browning — 6 km (4 miles)
Afternoon: Port Browning to Sea Star to Poets Cove Loop — 19.5 km (12 miles) | Port Browning to Brooks Point Regional Park and Poets Cove — 18 km (11 miles)

What to Expect: There is a paved shoulder from Ganges to Long Harbour ferry terminal on Salt Spring Island, and paved road from Otter Bay ferry terminal to Port Browning on Pender Island. The Pender Island route is winding with some gentle rolling hills and a maximum speed limit of 30 mph (50 km/hr).

The optional ride from Port Browning to Sea Star Vineyards ascends on a quiet secondary road and descends back, with some rolling hills, into Port Browning. The ride from Port Browning to Poets Cove Resort is along a paved, winding road with gently rolling hills. There is one steep and winding uphill for 0.6 km (0.3 miles) after leaving the marina in Port Browning. VBT highly recommends that you dismount your bicycle and walk up this hill.

Cumulative Distance Range: 5 – 30 km (3 – 18 miles)
Accommodation: Poets Cove Resort, Pender Island
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning, you’ll say goodbye to your hosts at Poets Cove Resort and board the ferry to Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island, renowned for its blend of cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking wilderness, a mild climate, and long history. Linking the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, where you will alight, with the capital of British Columbia, Victoria, is the Lochside Trail. Enjoy a tranquil spin along this rail trail to Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse. This family-owned, farm-based cidery produces award-winning, traditionally fermented ciders from organically grown heritage apples. Enjoy a tasting and copious lunch in this peaceful setting.

Afterward, follow Lochside Trail to the Galloping Goose Trail, a more rural route designed to link the country to the city and people to nature. As you spin along this trail, admire fields of golden corn and cathedral canopies of green leaves, including Garry Oaks—British Columbia’s only native oak. You might pause along the way for a Nainamo Bar, a three-layered, no-bake treat named for a city on Vancouver Island. Many varieties exist for you to savor.

On arrival at your boutique hotel, settle into your room and perhaps relax in its heated seaside mineral pools (16 years of age minimum). If you would like an appointment at the spa, advance booking is highly recommended; call 250.940.0326 or email [email protected] to reserve.

Tonight’s dinner is on your own at one of the hotel’s dining venues or at the nearby marina.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Swartz Bay to Sea Cider — 15 km (10 miles)
Afternoon: Sea Cider to Oak Bay Beach — 28 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy easy rides today on quiet bike paths or secondary roads. The bike path/trail varies between paved and packed gravel surfaces. The morning ride gently ascends from the ferry terminal to Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse. The afternoon ride has some gentle hills and mostly descends to Oak Bay.

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 – 42 km (10 – 27 miles)
Accommodation: Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Oak Bay
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

After breakfast, cycle to the city of Victoria, capital of British Columbia, blending a First Nations heritage with influences of British colonialism. Continue riding around the harbor to Butchart Gardens, a magnificent oasis north of the city and your destination for the day. Built atop a former limestone quarry over a century ago, this landscaping gem was the vision of Jennie Butchart, who dreamed of transforming the site into a grand sunken garden. Over time, the park was expanded with Japanese, Italian, and rose gardens and a children’s pavilion, and it is now also a venue for outdoor concerts and other events. Most recently, the cultural heritage of the Indigenous People was recognized with the addition of two totem poles. Today, Butchart Gardens is a city treasure and a National Historic Site of Canada. Enjoy time to explore this tranquil haven and finish your day with a rewarding ride back to the hotel.

You’ll have time to relax at the hotel this afternoon before gathering with your fellow travelers for a celebration dinner at the hotel featuring local favorites such as Dungeness crab bisque, Pacific chowder, and wild Pacific ling cod.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning: Oak Bay Beach via Victoria to Butchart Gardens — 32 km (20 miles)
Afternoon: Butchart Gardens to Oak Bay Beach — 32 km (20 miles)

What to Expect: Ride from your hotel on paved roads to Victoria Harbour. There, you’ll join the Galloping Goose Trail and cycle north toward Brentwood Bay and Butchart Gardens.
The afternoon’s return ride follows the Lochside Regional Trail back to the hotel. The ride is mostly flat with one hill (0.5 km) out of the gardens and a second hill (1 km) as you enter the village of Brentwood Bay. There is another ascent as you join the Lochside Regional Trail and a small hill before your descent to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 32 – 64 km (20 – 40 miles)
Accommodation: Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Oak Bay
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, travel to Victoria International Airport at 8:45 a.m., arriving by 10:00 a.m.

Important: Flight departures from Victoria International Airport (YYJ) prior to 12:00 p.m. are not recommended. If you depart earlier, you must make transportation arrangements from the last hotel at your own expense. Taxi cost to the Victoria airport is approximately $115 CAD for a private sedan for one to two passengers and luggage (travel time approximately 45 minutes).

Included Meals: Breakfast

British Columbia: Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands 8

Download PDF Itinerary:

Air Package (PDF) Tour Only (PDF)

Accommodations

Enjoy Your Vacation Longer With Low-Cost Trip Extensions

Airplane

Air Package Only

2022

2022 Post-Trip Extension - Victoria

2 Nights From $245 per person, double occupancy
Single Supplement: From $145

  • 2 nights at Grand Pacific Hotel
  • Airport car service for arrival
  • Daily breakfast
  • City information

After breakfast, travel (approximately 20 minutes) to our centrally located Victoria hotel and begin your two-night Post-Trip Extension. You’ll arrive at approximately 9:00 a.m. and have the rest of the day to explore Victoria. Check your VBT city information for all the options. Check-in is not until 4:00 p.m.; you may leave your luggage at the front desk.

Perhaps you’ll look for whales and houseboats as you stroll the pedestrian streets of the Inner Harbour and relax at a café. Nearby, you’ll find the impressive Parliament Buildings. Delve into local history at the Royal British Columbia Museum, or visit Craigdarroch Castle, an impressive turn-of-the-20th-century mansion with sweeping city views. For a taste of the outdoors, enjoy a whale-watching excursion, venture to Goldstream Provincial Park, or enjoy sailing, kayaking, or a round of golf. You’ll find a wide range of restaurants and cafés from which to choose to unwind at the end of your exhilarating day.

Accommodation: Hotel Grand Pacific, Victoria
Included Meals: Breakfast

Continue your independent exploration of Victoria today. Perhaps you’ll follow a walking loop around Victoria’s famous harbor and complete it with a water taxi ride. Lunch and dinner are on your own.

Accommodation: Hotel Grand Pacific, Victoria
Included Meals: Breakfast

After an included breakfast this morning, complimentary transportation to the Victoria airport will be provided (an approximately 30 to 45 minute drive, depending on traffic) for your departing flight.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Reviews

Guest Reviews 1 out of 2 (50%) of reviewers recommend this tour

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Dates & Prices

Air Package

7 days, includes round-trip international airfare , airport shuttle, and additional hotel night with included breakfast.

Single Supplement: From $1,045

Departing From Los Angeles, CA (LAX)

Tour Only

6 Days. Includes bike vacation only.

Single Supplement: From $895

Sat, May 21 - Fri, May 27, 2022

From
$3,845

Reserve Online

Sun, May 22 - Fri, May 27, 2022

From
$3,395

Reserve Online

Sat, Jun 4 - Fri, Jun 10, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Jun 5 - Fri, Jun 10, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Jun 11 - Fri, Jun 17, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Jun 12 - Fri, Jun 17, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Jun 18 - Fri, Jun 24, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Jun 19 - Fri, Jun 24, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Jun 25 - Fri, Jul 1, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Jun 26 - Fri, Jul 1, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Jul 16 - Fri, Jul 22, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Jul 17 - Fri, Jul 22, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Jul 23 - Fri, Jul 29, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Jul 24 - Fri, Jul 29, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Jul 30 - Fri, Aug 5, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Jul 31 - Fri, Aug 5, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Aug 13 - Fri, Aug 19, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Aug 14 - Fri, Aug 19, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Aug 20 - Fri, Aug 26, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Aug 21 - Fri, Aug 26, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Aug 27 - Fri, Sep 2, 2022

From
$4,095

Reserve Online

Sun, Aug 28 - Fri, Sep 2, 2022

From
$3,545

Reserve Online

Sat, Sep 10 - Fri, Sep 16, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Sep 11 - Fri, Sep 16, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Sep 17 - Fri, Sep 23, 2022

From
$3,995

Reserve Online

Sun, Sep 18 - Fri, Sep 23, 2022

From
$3,495

Reserve Online

Sat, Sep 24 - Fri, Sep 30, 2022

From
$3,845

Reserve Online

Sun, Sep 25 - Fri, Sep 30, 2022

From
$3,395

Reserve Online

Sat, Oct 1 - Fri, Oct 7, 2022

From
$3,845

Reserve Online

Sun, Oct 2 - Fri, Oct 7, 2022

From
$3,395

Reserve Online

For more information, call: 800-245-3868

Other Tours You'll Love

View Related Tours

Stories From North America

View All Stories

Why Québec's Eastern Townships are the Perfect Fall Destination

June 6, 2018

Québec is best known to the world for its busy, bustling cities - particularly Québec City and the ultra-cosmopolitan Montreal. But metropolises like these can sometimes overwhelm visitors and make...

Continue Reading

What to Buy at the World's Best Holiday Markets

December 16, 2019

The holiday season is a time of joy for people and families the world over. During the winter months, many VBT destinations play host to festive winter and holiday markets...

Continue Reading

Visiting the Volcanic Caldera at Yellowstone National Park

September 13, 2018

Looking for VBT Walking Vacations? All VBT Walking Vacations have moved to our sister company, Country Walkers. The same tours you know and love, plus exciting new itineraries, are available...

Continue Reading

Request a

Free Catalog

Find Your next vacation with Over 200 Pages of tour information

Get Yours Today

Talk to a VBT

Tour Consultant

(800) 245-3868

Mon – Fri 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. ET

Talk to an Expert

Book Online

Reserve Instantly

Find your perfect tour and reserve a spot with our easy online booking.

Find A Tour

0 of 4
Tours Selected