Our Wine, Beer & Food Adventures

Join us as we walk through vineyards in Chile, bike to Provençal farms to purchase a picnic lunch in France, or taste ancient beers made by monks at an abbey in Belgium. All our food, wine, and beer tours are active but see our sister company, Taste Vacations, if you just want to focus on food and drink delights.


Spain Hike, Bike, Food & Wine Adventure

Location: Spain
Dates: August 30 - September 4, 2015
Cost: $2,750 per person ($850 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking & Biking

This tour takes place in northern Spain's Basque country and wine area of Rioja. We hike for two days on the famous Camino de Santiago trail and stay at a lovely seaside hotel. We then move to the heart of wine country for our cycling, where you will be able to select from three daily routes that vary in difficulty, making this a perfect trip for all abilities.

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Belgium Hike, Bike & Beer Adventure

Location: Belgium
Dates: August 30 - September 5, 2015
Cost: $2,950 per person ($900 single supplement)
Activities: Biking, Hiking, Walking & Beer Tasting

The Belgian Hike and Bike Beer Adventure includes some nice walks through rolling forests along ancient rivers and small villages. Our bike rides travel on pathways designed for bikes only, past historic belfries and castles from brewery to brewery through fields of hops or along ancient rivers. Each day we get in a little activity, enjoy outstanding food and visit breweries new and old while learning about the people and traditions behind the wonderful beers of Belgium.

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Chile & Argentina Multisport & Wine Adventure

Location: Chile & Argentina
Dates: November 15 - 22, 2015
Cost: $3,200 per person ($950 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking and Biking with other optional activites

Enjoy spectacular wine, awesome scenery, modern towns and excellent accommodations. At the same time, our itinerary will have you exploring five different wine areas in Chile and three in Argentina by foot and bicycle, with the opportunity to horseback ride, raft and zip line if you choose!

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New Zealand Multisport & Wine Adventure

Location: New Zealand
Dates: March 21 - 29, 2016
Cost: $3,900 per person ($1,200 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking, Biking & Wine Tasting

This trip will certainly take care of at least one item off your bucket list, if not two or three. We first explore the Queen Charlotte Track - one of the world's most serene and premier hiking destinations - before venturing into the heart of New Zealand wine country, Marlborough. We will taste world class Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc from some of the Southern Hemisphere's premier wine growers while also exploring their vineyards, tasting their food, and immersing ourselves in their culture.

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Puglia, Italy Bike & Food Adventure

Location: Puglia, Italy
Dates: May 15 - 20, 2016
Cost: $2,750 per person ($750 single supplement)
Activities: Biking

White-washed villages, rock-lined fields, the surreal blue sea, and rural back roads – yes, it’s pretty much cycling heaven. You'll bike through agricultrual areas, groves of olive trees, into rural towns with classic European character, and make stops to enjoy some of the world's finest wine and food in all of Italy.

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Greater Yellowstone Multisport & Beer Adventure

Location: Montana, Wyoming
Dates: July 24 - 28, 2016
Cost: $1,950 per person ($700 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking & Horseback Riding

Yellowstone was established in 1872 as the world’s first national park and is known for its diversity of wildlife and many geothermal features like Old Faithful. In our humble opinion, it is also one of the most beautiful places on earth! The surrounding communities (and breweries!) offer a great way to enhance your experience of the region.

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South Africa: Hiking, Wine & Safari Adventure

Location: South Africa
Dates: October 15 - 22, 2016
Cost: $3,500 per person ($950 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking & Safari

This tour embodies all the excitement and adventure of Africa, with the convenience of modern society. You’ll stay in plush hotels, enjoy the character of Cape Town, and the rugged nature of an African Safari. We will also do three separate hikes in and around vineyards and wineries near Stellenbosch, with wine tastings during and after each hike.

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Chile & Argentina Multisport & Wine Adventure

Location: Chile & Argentina
Dates: October 22 - 29, 2016
Cost: $3,200 per person ($950 single supplement)
Activities: Hiking and Biking with other optional activites

Enjoy spectacular wine, awesome scenery, modern towns and excellent accommodations. At the same time, our itinerary will have you exploring five different wine areas in Chile and three in Argentina by foot and bicycle, with the opportunity to horseback ride, raft and zip line if you choose!

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What to Expect On This Trip

As on all of our adventures, we want to ensure that you have the best experience possible – which is why we like to set expectations appropriately for every trip.

Cost
Alaska is one expensive place! On average, it is 20% higher in all costs compared to other parts of the US and the price of this tour reflects that. Given this information though, the last trip we ran in Alaska was rated a 4.5 out of 5
(5 = outstanding) in “Value for Money.”

Wildlife
Alaska is also one wild place! It is quite possible to see a moose as you roll along the trail, or a bear in the road as you walk to dinner. Even though we spend our time in the most populated areas of Alaska, wildlife sightings are common (although actual encounters are rare). We take precautions to make sure you remain as safe as possible while out and about. Our guides are trained to minimize our risks.

Rain
Alaska is also one wet place! Weather is one element out of our control and Alaska is well-known for its wet climate. You should be prepared to have moments of skating or biking on wet pavement. Fortunately, the mountains continually cycle the air and the rain usually doesn’t last all day. Since our trip dates near the solstice, the days are very long, allowing us to adjust our schedule as necessary by delaying our trail activities until things are drier. If we absolutely are not able to skate or bike, there are plenty of other fun things to do!

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