Magara Primary School Project

I am writing to let you know how much I enjoyed the recent trip to the Magara secondary school project in Tanzania and how wonderful the World Expeditions staff were. Our guide was a fantastic source of information and really helped us a great deal but also allowed us a lot of freedom to work things out for ourselves. The group was great and we hope to keep in contact as much as possible. The staff at the secondary school and the students were memorable and I wish them all the best and also to the people who attend the project next year.

Lea Smith | Victoria, Australia
 
 

Blue Danube Cycle

Follow the winding route of the Danube and discover the lively history of one of Europe's most important rivers. Cycle past Austrian castles, Benedictine monasteries and ancestral vineyards en route to Vienna. From Germany, follow the Danube eastward into Austria, across the fertile plains of the Wachau Valley, where vineyards climb the slopes to imposing medieval monasteries perched atop hills between Melk and Krems. Wind past castle ruins and apricot orchards before reaching the capital of Austria, where you can take in a performance of the "Blue Danube" waltz, the melody that evokes Vienna the world over.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Passau (Germany)
DAY 2 Cycle through countryside to Engelhartszell and onto Schlögen (41km / 25.5mi)
DAY 3 Cycle past Aschach and Wilhering to Linz (55km / 34mi)
DAY 4 Cycle to Grein and Strudengau via Burg Clam Castle (60km / 37mi)
DAY 5 To Nibelungengau and visit Melk famous for its imposing Benedictine Monastery (50km / 31mi)
DAY 6 Cycle through Wachau and on to Krems (50km / 31mi)
DAY 7 To Vienna including train journey (40km / 25mi)
DAY 8 Return to Passau, trip concludes

traveller reviews

Great way to see many historic towns and cities along the Danube, at your own pace, and sample the various foods at small cafes and restaurants along the way, meet the locals, plus a real motivation to keep fit.

P & L. Adkins. Springwood, QLD. Australia

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Trip Code: DBC
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Cycling Family Adventures
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Next Trip:  Daily from 1 Apr to 21 Oct

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price: £720.00 GBP

Per Person

No local payments required
Options & Supplements*
Electric Bike Supplement £ 80
upgrade supplement - category A (4 star) £ 190
upgrade supplement - category B (3 to 4 star) £ 120
Single Traveller Surcharge - Category A (4 star) £ 190
Single Supplement - Category A (4 star) £ 180
Single Supplement - Category B (3 to 4 star) £ 160
Single Traveller Surcharge - Category B (3 to 4 star) £ 170
Single Traveller Surcharge - Category C (2 to 3 star) £ 160
Single Supplement - Category C (2 to 3 star) £ 150
H high season surcharge £150
M mid season surcharge £90

*Prices listed are per person

Countries we visit
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