South American Adventure

Thanks for a marvelously organised trip. We're sure we can speak for all our group about the fantastic time we had in South America. We were most impressed with your people on the ground who did everything they could to make our stay a wonderful experience. We are now looking forward to our next andventure with World Expeditions.

Chris and Tim Rounds | Victoria, Australia
 
 

Belgium Bike & Barge

Discover the beautiful landscapes and charming towns of Belgium as you travel by bike and barge between Bruges and Brussels. Explore the magical town of Bruges, famous for its small channels, museums and picture postcard buildings. The cycling itinerary takes you to the North Sea and the seaside resort Blankenberge, and to medieval towns including Ghent and Antwerp. There is time to visit the market squares en route, and sample the local waffles, chocolate and beer. Cruise in comfort on the small barge, along beautiful and winding rivers and channels. The trip ends in Brussels with a chance to wander the old town with its Gothic town hall and guild houses.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Board boat in Bruges
DAY 2 Round cycle from Bruges to the North Sea (55km / 34mi)
DAY 3 By bike to Ghent, explore the old town on foot (40km / 25mi)
DAY 4 Cycle via the Flemish Grote Markt to Dendermonde, by boat to Sint Amands (48km / 30mi)
DAY 5 Cycle to Antwerp (42km / 26mi)
DAY 6 Cycle via Lier to Willebroek (45km / 28mi)
DAY 7 By bike to Mechelen and Vilvoorde, cruise to Brussels (40km / 25mi)
DAY 8 Trip concludes

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Trip Code: BEB
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  8 days
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Next Trip:  03 June 2017
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price: $1,990.00 NZD

Per Person

No local payments required
Options & Supplements*
Single supplement (on request and where available) NZ $ 780
Electric Bike Supplement NZ $ 180

*Prices listed are per person

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