VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations Announces 2015 Warm Winter Getaways, Including new Cycling South Africa: Cape Town & the Garden Route Tour Itinerary

Bristol, VT (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations announces new winter departure dates for 2015, including a highly anticipated, new cycling tour in South Africa. Travelers can choose between a variety of active vacations-including ten cycling and two walking tours-in warmer climes like Southeast Asia, New Zealand, Central & South America, the Mediterranean, and closer to home in the southern U.S.

The highly-anticipated Cycling South Africa: Cape Town & The Garden Route is a 12-day easy/moderate cycling tour along the country’s dramatic coastlines, through the streets of Cape Town, and the Winelands. Travelers will have the opportunity to enjoy Tsitsikamma National Park and ride below the soaring Swartberg Mountains. Exclusive VBT discovery activities include a behind-the-scenes walking tour of an ostrich farm and dinner with a local family in Cape Town. Prior to the cycling itinerary, travelers will have the option to experience a pre-trip safari at the famed Kruger National Park or explore Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe after the biking adventure.

All VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations are led by local residents who will provide insight into the region’s customs and traditions, as well as help facilitate authentic cultural experiences. Continually recognized as the best value in active travel, VBT’s tour prices include all accommodations, use of custom bicycles or walking poles, many meals, two expert local trip leaders, unique sightseeing and cultural activities, and on-tour vehicle support.

To learn more about VBT’s new South African itinerary, request a catalog or reserve a warm winter vacation, visit VBT.com or call VBT’s tour consultants at 800-245-3868 Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST. Travelers can also save up to $400 on select 2014 departures by booking by July 24. Use promo code: MAGZ 109.