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Category Archives: BikeHike Adventures

The Packing Expert’s Guide to Packing for an Adventure Travel Tour

Packer extraordinaire, Trish Sare (Owner of BikeHike Adventures) is always on the go and knows the art of packing efficiently. In fact, she has refined the art of packing effectively for an international trip down to a very precise science. Here’s the short little video tutorial she recently filmed for you to show you how to […]

The guide reviews are in: What you love most about our guides

We love our guides. So, we’re thrilled to hear that you do too! Here are a few guide review highlights from our notebook at the office. We love hearing from our travellers, and this post is a mere sampling of the great reviews we’ve been hearing from you lately. We just couldn’t keep these to […]

From Our Journal: Hiking Torres del Paine National Park

If you decide to complete one of the world’s most impressive trekking routes, the W Trek in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park, you may want to have a rough idea of what is ahead. To give you an idea of what you’ll experience, here are some journal snippets from one of our recent travellers […]

Cuba Travel for Americans, an Update

Since Obama’s visit, in March 2016, there have been some major changes to allowable ways that Americans can travel to Cuba. Overall, Obama’s visit and the Rolling Stone’s concert in Havana are two of the greatest recent examples of Cuba’s changing times.  Basically, since Obama’s visit, a significant change is that travel to Cuba is […]

Cycling Cuba: The Terrain, Bikes, Roads — What to Expect

What are the roads like in Cuba? Are the roads good in Cuba? Is there much traffic in Cuba? What can a rider expect for the cycling terrain in Cuba? Is Cuba hilly? Are there many cycling climbs or is Cuba mostly flat? We get many questions about Cuba, and these are some of the […]