6 Day Tour De South Australia Vineyards

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$2,299 PP
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6 Day Tour De South Australia Vineyards
Tour De Vines

✓ Lunch at the acclaimed Skillogalee Restaurant in the Clare Valley
✓ Cycling the Barossa Trail and visiting iconic Maggie Beers, Penfolds, Seppeltsfield & more
✓ Experiencing the world class wines and gourmet food of South Australia
✓ Cycling the Riesling Rail Trail in the Clare Valley via historic cellar doors
✓ Visiting McLaren Vale overlooking the Southern Ocean & the downhill cycle to the vineyards
✓ 5 nights accommodation including 2 nights in 4.5 star in Adelaide
✓ Driver and experienced local 'ride with' guide throughout
✓ Vehicle support & luggage transfers
✓ Full breakfasts (x 5) throughout
✓ 4 x gourmet winery lunches with wine tastings (including Skillogallee in Clare)
✓ 3 x 2 course restaurant dinners
✓ All wine tastings and produce stops
✓ Exclusive wine making & tasting tutorial at Wirra Wirra Wines in McLaren Vale
✓ Environmentally friendly cycling water bottle
Lightweight fair trade cycling t-shirt
✓ Arrival & departure transfers (start & end date of tour only)

6 Day Tour De South Australia Vineyards

✓ Lunch at the acclaimed Skillogalee Restaurant in the Clare Valley
✓ Cycling the Barossa Trail and visiting iconic Maggie Beers, Penfolds, Seppeltsfield & more
✓ Experiencing the world class wines and gourmet food of South Australia
✓ Cycling the Riesling Rail Trail in the Clare Valley via historic cellar doors
✓ Visiting McLaren Vale overlooking the Southern Ocean & the downhill cycle to the vineyards
✓ 5 nights accommodation including 2 nights in 4.5 star in Adelaide
✓ Driver and experienced local 'ride with' guide throughout
✓ Vehicle support & luggage transfers
✓ Full breakfasts (x 5) throughout
✓ 4 x gourmet winery lunches with wine tastings (including Skillogallee in Clare)
✓ 3 x 2 course restaurant dinners
✓ All wine tastings and produce stops
✓ Exclusive wine making & tasting tutorial at Wirra Wirra Wines in McLaren Vale
✓ Environmentally friendly cycling water bottle
Lightweight fair trade cycling t-shirt
✓ Arrival & departure transfers (start & end date of tour only)

From PP Twin Share

$1,899
SOLO
$2,299 PP
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