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Self-Guided Danube Cycling: Vienna to Budapest

Austria, Slovakia, Hungary
Available Departures: Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

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Cycle through three countries along the Danube from Austria, through Slovakia and ending in Hungary on this one week self-guided holiday

Trip Code: SGVB
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Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

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Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

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Self-Guided Danube Cycling: Vienna to Budapest

  • Ride through three countries on the EuroVelo 6 long distance cycle route along the Danube
  • Immerse yourself into the rich history and culture of UNESCO Vienna
  • Explore Bratislava’s medieval old town and Baroque palaces
  • Discover 'European Best Destination Award'-winning Budapest and its UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Pedal through the peaceful nature reserve of the Danube-Auen National Park

At a Glance
  • Self-Guided
  • 6 days cycling & sightseeing
  • Saturday departures in April & October
  • Fri/Sat/Sun departures in May & September
  • Daily departures available in June July & August
  • Join In Vienna / End in Budapest

Accommodation & Meals
  • 7 Breakfasts
  • 7 nights Hotel

The mighty Danube, the greatest river in Western Europe, flows through ten countries from its source in Germany on its way to the Black Sea. On this one week self-guided cycling holiday, you will pedal at your own pace through three countries – Austria, Slovakia and Hungary – following the popular EuroVelo 6 long-distance Danube cycle route.

Starting in UNESCO-listed Vienna, delve into the cultural capital of Austria with its plethora of museums, art galleries, stunning architecture and emotive music scene. Travel through rural landscapes of peaceful prairies and idyllic nature reserves on your way to Bratislava, picturesque capital city of Slovakia. This city is much more than its famous bar culture and beer; learn of its noble history, with international influences over the centuries including Romans and Hungarian nobles among many others. Crossing the Hungarian border, you will have the time to immerse yourself into the beautiful old town of Esztergom before culminating your journey in Budapest, vibrant capital city of Hungary. This UNESCO-listed city is a treasure trove of magnificent architecture, numerous thermal spas and cultural gems, not to mention a sparkling nightlife.

Pedalling at a leisurely pace, you will have plenty of time to explore as you wish. Along the way you will stay in carefully selected 3* and 4* hotels on a bed and breakfast basis, chosen for their warm hospitality and ideal locations. With bike hire included and luggage transfers taken care of, you can simply relax and enjoy your ride. We can even assist you in extending your time in Vienna or Budapest to really get under the skin of these fabulous cities.


LOOKING to extend your holiday?

Fancy the ultimate Danube cycling experience? Why not combine this trip with our Self-Guided Danube Cycling: Passau to Vienna holiday for a two week, four country bike adventure.

Is this holiday for you?

If you love to journey on two wheels and immerse yourself into history and discover new cultures, this holiday offers a great opportunity to do just that, all at your own pace. Over 6 days of cycling you will cycle an average of 50km a day, on purpose-built bike trails and quiet country roads. Some short sections in the cities will be on road shared with motor traffic. The majority of the route is …

If you love to journey on two wheels and immerse yourself into history and discover new cultures, this holiday offers a great opportunity to do just that, all at your own pace. Over 6 days of cycling you will cycle an average of 50km a day, on purpose-built bike trails and quiet country roads. Some short sections in the cities will be on road shared with motor traffic. The majority of the route is asphalted; there are some short distances on unsurfaced track. On the whole the route is well signed and waymarked, and the tour is predominantly flat. You also have the option to upgrade to an e-bike if you prefer an extra boost to your pedal power. Staying in 3* and 4* hotels, some with wellness facilities, you can relax at the end of the day in the comfort that everything has been taken care of for you.

Why KE?

Easily combine this trip with our Self-Guided Danube Cycling from Passau to Vienna itinerary to a make a two week, four country cycling holiday ticking off Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary in one epic adventure.

Enjoy this classic long-distance cycle route with comfortable accommodation and luggage transfers taken care of for you. Plus bike hire is included in the cost of your holiday, and e-bike upgrades are available too.



Arrive at your hotel in Vienna, capital city of Austria. Depending on your time of arrival, you may have time to explore the UNESCO-listed historic centre before meeting with your local representative for your welcome briefing and bike fitting. Steeped in history, this incredible city is home to a wealth of magnificent architecture from a multi-cultural landscape; notably the Baroque era, the Art Nouveau period, and centuries of the Habsburg Empire. There is plenty to discover - we recommend an extra night here if you can.

Within the UNESCO-listed historic centre, you will find the Hofburg Palace, formerly residence of the Habsburg Monarchy and today home of the Austrian president. A visit here will offer an insight into the world of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth, and the imperial history dating back to the 13th century. The Belvedere Palace is also well worth a visit, particularly for those with an interest in art as it houses the world's largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt, including his most famous piece: The Kiss.

In the evening, take your pick from the many excellent restaurants in this vibrant city, tucking in to delicious cuisine perhaps with some Viennese wine, and a sweet taste of sachertorte for dessert.



Hopping on your bike this morning, your ride will take you out of the city and through the verdant landscapes of the Danube-Auen National Park. As you travel silently on two wheels through this tranquil landscape, keep your eyes peeled for the diverse wildlife that make their home in this floodplain environment. There is a great diversity of flora and fauna here, from delicate orchids to robust poplars and willows, and creatures great and small including sandpipers, kite, kingfishers, beaver, boar and deer.

Reaching the spa town of Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, you might like to take a small detour to visit the Carnuntum Archaelogical Park for a taste of Roman history. This important settlement was founded in the 1st century AD, and as a major crossroads for trade on the Danube, became one of the most important cities in the Roman Empire. Continuing on your journey, you will pass through the medieval city of Hainburg, where you may like to explore the castle ruins perched on a hill overlooking the Danube, offering far reaching views from Austria across the riverine border to Slovakia. Getting back on your bike, it is not long before you roll in to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia and your home for the evening. Check in to your hotel and freshen up, ready to explore the city. The imposing Bratislava Castle is strategically positioned overlooking the banks of the Danube; nearby in the old town you will also find handsome historic buildings including the striking pink-hued Primate's Palace. Or if you simply wish to relax and watch the world go by, the main square in the heart of the old town is the ideal spot to soak in the atmosphere over a drink, before choosing a restaurant for your well-earned dinner tonight.






70 KM

Today you will cross the border in to Hungary. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and continue your ride, leaving behind the city with its old world charm and enter cultivated rural areas, cycling through villages reminiscent of a bygone era. Before leaving Slovakia behind, you may like to pay a visit to the Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, positioned on a narrow spit of land in the middle of the wide river, housing a vibrant collection of modern art in both indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces. Entering Hungary, your route takes you along quiet country lanes and through peaceful pastures before you reach your welcoming hotel in the spa town of Mosonmagyaróvár, on the edge of the Szigetköz wetland reserve. Settle in for the night and perhaps take advantage of the hotel spa to rejuvenate your muscles.






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Your route today will take you through open green fields and quaint villages situated on Little Rye Island, part of the Little Hungarian Plain; "little" being somewhat of a misnomer for this vast plain that stretches over the three countries of Hungary, Slovakia and Austria, bisected by the great Danube. Sandwiched between the main body of the Danube and the sinuous tributary of Mosoni-Duna (Little Danube), this flat island is a fertile plain and has been cultivated for generations. Passing through the village of Hédervár at the mid-point of your ride, you might like to take a lunch break here, perhaps with a picnic in the tranquil gardens of Hédervár castle. Continuing your ride through the lovely flat plains, it won't be too long before you arrive to the dynamic city of Gyor. Positioned at the confluence of three rivers, it was once an important point for Danubian river trade. Some of Gyor's oldest buildings date as far back as the 13th century, and with some fine examples of Gothic and Baroque architecture on offer, it is well worth allowing yourself plenty of time to explore the city. Checking in to your hotel, you are free to wander along the riverfront or through the cobbled streets and alleys of the old town and soak up the atmosphere, and refuel on some delicious and hearty Hungarian cuisine.






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Striking out from Gyor, you will continue your journey on level tracks through cultivated plains and sleepy villages. In Bábolna, there is the opportunity to learn more of the centuries-old history of horse breeding in Hungary, with Arabian horses hailing from the world-famous Bábolna National Stud Farm not only for horse racing but also for the Hungarian Cavalry.

Your peaceful ride continues, now approaching the Danube riverbank, with your destination this evening the divided town of Komárom/Komárno straddling the river over the Hungarian/Slovak border. On the Hungarian side, you might like to visit historical sites such as the Roman Lapidary or the strategic military bastions of Monostori Fort or Fort Csillag overlooking the river, so named for its star-shaped layout (csillag meaning star in Hungarian). A similar fortress can be found on the Slovak bank in Fortress Komárno, the biggest historic monument in Komárno.






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Not far from Komárno, on the Slovak side of the riverbank, lies the remains of the Roman castellum of Kelemantia, part of the UNESCO-listed Danube frontier of the Roman Empire. A visit here is possible this morning, before settling in to the saddle for your journey to Esztergom (Hungary), passing vineyards and green pastures as you ride leisurely through the flat plains and quaint villages.

Reaching the attractive city of Esztergom, you can delve into its rich history. The nation's first king, St Stephen, was born here and it has served as the seat of Roman Catholicism in Hungary for centuries, hence it is also known as "Hungarian Rome". The city's most impressive sight is the magnificent basilica, sitting on a commanding position high above the town and the river. This is the largest church in Hungary and boasts a 72m-high central dome and striking neoclassical architectural features. The church also includes beautiful examples of Italian Renaissance marble stonework in the Bakócz Chapel; a rich ecclesiastical collection of precious metals and jewels in its treasury; and a crypt beneath the basilica which houses the tomb of Cardinal József Mindszenty among others. Adjacent to the basilica is the Castle Museum, housed in the old Royal Palace - a labyrinthine collection of alleys, passages and arches forming this defensive bastion overlooking the Danube. Take the time to immerse yourself into the city's historical tapestry: discover the Ottoman-era mosque, Turkish baths and the Christian Museum in the waterfront neighbourhood of Víziváros; the medieval marketplace of Széchényi Square; or learn more of the important waterway at the Danube Museum.

Depending on your accommodation arrangements, you will either stay in Esztergom or in Visegrád tonight. If you are staying in Visegrád, you will take either a boat or a train from Esztergom to Visegrád today, depending on the services running on your particular day of travel (boat/train ticket included).






55 KM

This morning you will have the opportunity to explore the town of Visegrád, and feast your eyes on the famous view of the Danube Bend as the river winds its way through the forested mountainous landscape. Probably the best spot from which to gain a wonderful panorama over the river is from the Visegrád Citadel, perched atop a steep hill above the town. For a thrilling experience, you may like to visit the nearby Toboggan Park with summer and alpine bobsled tracks, it's certainly a different perspective of the Citadel as you race down the tracks! For a more tranquil experience, the Royal Palace and gardens would make for a relaxing stop and an interesting slice of history.

Making your way to the attractive Baroque town of Szentendre, it's definitely worth taking a stop here and lose yourself in its cobblestone streets and Mediterranean vibe. This colourful town has a charming old town and a vibrant arts scene, with a wealth of museums and galleries showcasing the works of some of the best contemporary Hungarian artists that were drawn to this very town. Here you will also find the quirky Marzipan Museum, displaying some impressively elaborate confectionery-based works of art. From Szentendre you will make your way to Budapest, the final stop of your week's tour. If your journey today started from Esztergom, you will take the boat or train (included) from Szentendre to reach Budapest, so your overall distance cycled today remains roughly the same.

Arriving to Budapest, the jewel of Hungary, check in to your hotel and get ready to immerse yourself into this fascinating capital city. Formerly two independent towns of Buda and Pest, you can still discover the city's different personalities on opposite banks of the Danube. Perhaps you might like to take a stroll down Andrássy Avenue, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy your dinner in one of the restaurants or cafes along this elegant boulevard and soak up the atmosphere.






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Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and depending on your time of departure, take a final stroll along the river before making your onward journey.

It's easy to see why Budapest has captivated so many and has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site of Outstanding Universal Value. Unmissable sights include the Parliament building with beautiful neo-Gothic styling right on the banks of the Danube; the Castle District with its emblematic castle, Fishermen's Bastion and the Gothic Matthias Church; St. Stephen's Basilica; Heroes' Square at the end of Andrássy Avenue; and the iconic Széchenyi Chain Bridge with its stone lions, offering fantastic views of the architectural gems on either side of the river. Budapest also has an abundance of thermal springs and spas - the biggest spa complex in Europe can be found here in Széchenyi Baths. If you have the time, discover a surprising green haven in the midst of the city hubbub on Margaret Island and relax in its idyllic parks and gardens. The Palatinus Baths found here is also excellent for soothing your muscles.

With so much to discover in Budapest, why not extend your stay here to really get under the skin of this beguiling city? We can assist with arranging additional nights accommodation for you, just speak to our sales team for more details.

BUDAPEST WINE FESTIVAL: Held in September in the grounds of Buda Castle, this is an annual four day showcase of national and international wines, along with gastronomic treats and live music and performances.


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Essential Information

We've compiled some of our Frequently Asked Questions to help you learn more about this amazing trip.

  • All accommodation as described
  • Meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Self-guided information pack containing your map and route notes
  • Luggage transfers
  • 21 gear bike hire
  • Welcome briefing
  • Boat or train ticket from Esztergom to Visegrad or Szentendre to Budapest including your bike
  • GPX tracks available

  • Travel insurance
  • Bike Helmet
  • Travel to Vienna
  • Travel from Budapest
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Tourist Taxes may apply and are usually under 5 Euros per person per night
  • Some meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Personal equipment
  • Any additional activities/excursions indicated as optional

Each self-guided holiday comes with comprehensive route notes and a map or pocket guidebook of the area you are exploring. The route notes contain information about the places you will visit, about the local transport you might need, along with the detailed route notes for your daily walks or cycle rides. We even include some tips for the best places to stop for lunch.

You can expect to receive your Self-Guided Pack containing your route notes, a map or guidebook and all your relevant documents no later than 3 weeks before your holiday start date. We will send your documents using signed for courier so that you can track your package and know that they are safely on their way to you. For bookings of more than 4 people we will send an additional Self-Guided Pack. If you do not need this additional pack please inform our sales team. Your pack will be sent to the lead booker so please remind them to pack it before you set off.

Should your self-guided trip be part of a longer adventure requiring you to leave home more than three weeks before your holiday start date, please do inform our sales team so that we can make alternative delivery arrangements.

Our Self-Guided Holidays are perfect for your next family holiday and are suitable for children of all ages.

Our partner hotels and accommodations are able to provide cots for young children, and some offer family rooms. We can also arrange hire of children’s bikes and tag along bikes for our self-guided cycling trips and with trips such as Lake Constance and the Danube offering routes on designated cycle paths you can rest assured in keeping your family safe.

As a parent we trust that you know your own child’s capabilities, please read the itinerary details to ensure the distances covered each day are suitable for your family. If this is a first time walking holiday for your family, a centre based trip is a fantastic option as it allows you to easily opt out of a days walking if a day of building sand castles, swimming in the pool or visiting museums is calling.

Please discuss this further with our sales team who will be happy to assist in picking the best trip for your family.

The trip starts at Vienna and ends at Budapest. All of our self-guided holidays are sold on a Land Only basis allowing you the flexibility to choose the travel method which best suits you. The nearest airport for this trip is Vienna Airport with many departures from regional UK airports.

If you are flying to Vienna Airport you can take the train directly from the airport to the city, which takes around 30 minutes. At the end of the trip you can take the direct train or bus from Budapest Kelenföld back to Vienna Airport, the journey takes around 2.5 hours to 3 hours.

It is also possible to fly to Budapest Airport. From the airport, you can take the bus to the city and then the train from Budapest Kelenföld to Vienna. The total journey takes around 3.5 hours. Alternatively you can take a direct bus from Budapest Airport to Vienna Central Station, the journey takes between 3.5 hours to 4 hours.

This trip is on a bed and breakfast basis to allow you the most flexibility during your holiday.

Water is drinkable from the taps on this holiday. Please fill your personal bottles for your day in the morning. We do not encourage the purchasing of single use plastic bottles.

Food in this region blends influences from all around Central Europe, offering up hearty and delicious fare made with seasonal ingredients hailing from the countryside. Meat features strongly in many of the dishes of the region. Expect plentiful varieties of comforting goulash, stew, soup and dumplings of potato or flour; alternatively you can also get savoury pancakes and gnocchi. Of course, there are many options for a sweet treat too, from the famous Austrian apple strudel or sachertorte, to the lesser known Hungarian chimney cake, or Slovakian poppy seed pastry. Perhaps you might also like to sample the wines of the Danube region, varieties such as Grüner Veltliner, Riesling as well as Cabernet Sauvignon are produced in this region.

Whilst we can cater for vegetarians, albeit sometimes with a more limited choice, we cannot always provide special diets.  Due to the nature of some of the trips that we operate and the countries in which we operate them, it can be very hard (and sometimes impossible) to cater for a wide range of dietary choices and you may have to supplement your diet with food/snacks from home.  If you have specific dietary requirements please do speak to our sales team and they will be able to advise you whether or not we will be able to offer your specific choice.  Please note that we are unable to provide separate menus and cannot accept liability for any problems arising from special dietary requirements or intolerances.

On this trip you will stay in carefully selected 3 and 4 star hotels, guesthouses and country inns, each picked for their warm hospitality and ideal locations in each of the towns you will stop at on your cycle along the Danube. All of the hotels have Wi-Fi and offer continental breakfasts to fuel you on your way. Some hotels also offer spa or sauna facilities to help you relax after a day in the saddle. Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis in a twin or double room, some with Austrian style twin beds as is traditional in this area (two beds within one bed frame and separate bedding).

Bikes come with 21 gears and all bikes come equipped with a pannier and handlebar bag for your daily essentials plus lights, a bike lock, pump and repair kit.

The bikes provided for this trip come in two different frame types- unisex or male bike frame. Unisex bikes being provided for passengers up to a height of 185cm and male bike frames are provided for those above 185cm. If you would prefer a specific frame bike i.e. a male bike frame, please request this with our sales team.

You also have the option of upgrading to Bike Plus hire on this trip for an additional supplement of £70. The bike plus option provides a slightly sportier sitting posture and comes with upgraded items such as 27 gears, hydraulic brakes and a front suspension fork. This is a great option for those looking for a slightly comfier ride without upgrading to an e-bike.

We strongly recommend you to bring your own helmet with you for the best comfort however you can reserve a helmet to purchase on your arrival in Vienna for an additional €49. Please contact our sales team to reserve this in advance of travel.

We also recommend packing a gel seat for extra comfort or a pair of padded cycling shorts, whilst the cycling is leisurely and there are plenty of opportunities to stop and explore it is always nice to have some padding for a comfortable ride.

E-bikes are also available at an additional supplement of £250 and we can arrange tandem bikes, children’s bikes, trailers and child seats upon request. Please ask our sales team for details.

In Slovakia and Hungary, it is a requirement for pedestrians and cyclists to be equipped with reflective strips. It is recommended that you carry a high-visibility waistcoat with you on your rides.

Your main luggage will be transferred between each of your hotels while you are out on your bike. We ask that you please ensure your luggage is under 20KG and that your luggage is ready for collection each morning.


Your passport must meet 2 requirements. It must be:

  • less than 10 years old on the day you enter (check the ‘date of issue’)

  • valid for at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave (check the ‘expiry date’)

For the latest details on visiting countries within the EU or the European Economic Area (EEA), please check the UK Government website

The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required, and you should have at least 2 blank pages for each country that you visit.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Please ensure that you check for the latest advice before travel. For the most up to date information on entry requirements, please visit the UK Government website.


You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations.

GHIC / Medical cover

UK residents should carry a free Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). This entitles you to state provided medical treatment when you're visiting an EU country or Switzerland. This is not a substitute for medical travel insurance which is vital when travelling overseas.

Severe Allergies

Please inform our KE Sales and support team of any severe allergies you may have before travel. We will always do our best to help but we are unable to guarantee an allergy free environment on our KE trips. We advise that you always carry your own treatment for the allergy with you such as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' if required.  We also recommend that you discuss this with your accommodation on arrival so that they can better assist you.

The currency for part or all of this holiday is the Euro.

The unit of currency in Hungary is the Hungarian Forint (HUF).

The advantage of a self-guided cycling holiday is that you decide the pace. This trip is designed for leisure cyclists and does not require you to be in peak fitness. Having said this it is always sensible to get some additional exercise before going on an active holiday. After all, the fitter you are the more enjoyable your cycling will be. You should be comfortable with cycling 40-60 km a day on easy cycle paths and it is advisable to dust off your bike and head out on a few rides before your holiday.

This part of the Danube basin has a continental climate. Temperatures vary through the season, with typical average daytime temperatures around 15-20 degrees C in May to 20-25 degrees C in August, and 11-15 degrees C in early October. You can expect some occasional showers at any time of the year so it is always worth remembering to pack your waterproof just in case.

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office's ‘Travel Aware campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas. The 'Travel Aware' website provides a single, authoritative source of advice for all kinds of travellers and we recommend that prior to travel, all KE clients visit the official UK Government website at and read the FCDO Travel Advice for their chosen destination. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCDO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCDO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

KE do not encourage the use of single use plastic items. We are ensuring that our agents all over the world are working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We are leading by example in our KE office by reducing our plastic use.

Three Capitals, Five Cities, Two Wheels: Passau to Budapest by Bicycle – Colin Smith

It is an essential condition of joining a holiday with KE Adventure Travel that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of medical treatment and to protect the value of your holiday in the event of cancellation.  When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary.

For appropriate insurance cover we recommend Campbell Irvine Direct.  Please go to our Travel Insurance page for further information and to get a quote.

Please note that a paper copy of your travel insurance is required if you are travelling to Huaraz and the Huayhuash region.

  • Cycling shorts

  • Cycle helmet

  • Functional base layer

  • T-shirts

  • Scarf

  • Hat

  • Windproof jacket

  • Fleece / extra layer

  • Rain protection

  • Rucksack (approx. 20 l)

  • Small first aid kit for your rucksack

  • Sunscreen

  • Water bottle or hydration pack

  • Camera (batteries/memory card)

  • Mobile Phone (ensure your data package covers your destination)

  • Handlebar mount that is compatible with your smartphone

  • Power bank

  • Waterproof phone cover

  • Sun glasses

  • Personal wash kit

  • Reusable cloth bag for shopping to avoid the use of plastic bags

  • Tupperware for picnics

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Land Only Information

Please note our 'from price' listed is based on 4 persons in double or twin occupancy, however we can quote for any number of travellers, including solo travellers, contact our sales team for a quote.

All of our self-guided holidays are sold on a Land Only basis allowing you the flexibility to choose the travel method which best suits you. You may even wish to make this holiday part of a bigger adventure or pair it with one of our other holidays. We can arrange additional nights accommodation before or after your self-guided trip, ask our sales team to find out more about this.

Our sales team will be happy to provide you a quote for scheduled flights or alternatively you may wish to book your own flights with a low cost carrier from your nearest regional airport.

Please DO NOT book your flights before you have received your booking confirmation and your deposit has been taken.


Changes to flights

Please be aware that the flight industry is experiencing a high level of service fluctuation and changes to your flights may occur. This may also require amends to the transfers and joining arrangements. Thank you all for continuing your patience and understanding.

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The price of our holidays can change depending on a variety of factors but unlike some other tour operators, KE have undertaken to guarantee the Land Only price of your holiday will not change after you have booked. The price when you book is the price you will pay, whether you are booking for this year or the next. Book early to avoid any tour price increases, get the best flight prices and take advantage of our 'No Surcharge Guarantee'.

KE Adventure is a fully bonded tour operator. We hold an ATOL license (No: 2808) and are bonded with ABTA (Membership No: W4341)

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