Adventure travel company Exodus Travels continues to celebrate the return to travel with an exclusive offer available through November 17.
When your customers book over the next few days, they can enjoy 15% off active travel (walking and cycling) in Europe and the Middle East. The offer is applicable on travel until December 31, 2023.
Here are just a few of the many trips available as part of this Exodus Travels offer:
Atlantic Tour from Porto to Lisbon
On this eight-day, guided, group bike trip, travelers will follow scenic forest and ocean trails while traversing Portugal’s scenic Atlantic coast. The route begins in Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage city, and follows leisurely to moderate cycling routes through a variety of landscapes and along the beautiful coastline, with stops in various villages and towns. After a week of cycling, a whole day is devoted to visiting Lisbon.
Dalmatian coast from island to island
This eight-day self-guided walking and trekking itinerary combines Croatia’s rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty. Departing from Trogir, where the first Greek settlers landed, travelers will then head to Brac to take in the views from the highest point of the Adriatic islands. Next stop is Hvar, popular for its abundant sunshine, ancient hamlets, sprawling vineyards and beautiful lavender fields. You’ll then head to Korcula, then Mljet National Park, the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean, and finally the UNESCO-listed Old Town of Dubrovnik.
Walking in Puglia and Matera
Your clients can explore the heart of the Mediterranean on this eight-day guided group tour and trek. Departing from Alberobello, home to 1,500 Trulli (conical-roofed houses) that have made its historic center a UNESCO World Heritage Site, guests then explore the lush Itria Valley and the white city of Ostuni on the top of a hill to the rock churches and the UNESCO Sassi district of the beautiful city of Matera.
Petra and Wadi Rum by bike
During this nine-day guided group cycling route, travelers experience the best of the Kingdom of Jordan. This journey winds through olive groves and hilltop villages to the north, while further south guests explore desert roads where communities are sparse and nomadic, and the landscape is vast and dramatic. If biking alone isn’t enough to entice would-be travelers, there’s also a stop in UNESCO-listed Petra, a night under the stars in the Wadi Rum desert, and a chariot ride in the Dead Sea.