And the name of the tour is…
“The Great Kiwi Greek Odyssey”
This is a custom motorcycle tour in cooperation with Beker’s MCT LTD from New Zealand.
As we are sure that you will have a lot of questions about the details of the tour, before reading the rest of this post please :
If you have already read the previous posts, then you have a rough idea about the tour, so we can get into more details….
The details are displayed in a question – answer list, so if there is something else you would like to ask, you can do it through the comments feature on the bottom of the post!
Q : Who can participate in the tour?
A : This is a custom tour in cooperation with Beker’s MCT Ltd, so the tour is designed for their clients. However, if there are free places, it is possible to accept other customers that would like to join the group.
Q : What is included in the tour?
Q : How much the tour costs?
A : The price of this tour is a pleasant surprise…But as it is a custom tour, please contact Graham or Donna at Beker’s MCT for more details.
Q : Can I come earlier or leave later so I can arrange my flights better?
A : Of course! Thessaloniki is a very interesting city in terms of historic monuments, culture and entertainment. Your airport transfers are still included – You will only need to pay for the extra nights at the hotel or if you would like to take part in tours and activities. We will of course provide useful information and suggestions for free.
Q : How is the food in Greece?
A : Fantastic! And the great thing is that we will visit different areas, so you will have the chance to taste a variety of different local dishes.
Q : What about the roads?
A : There are some great biking roads in Greece, and the biggest advantage of our tours is that we mostly ride in traffic free, twisty back roads.
Q : Do I have to follow the guide? How fast is he going to ride?
A : No, you do not have to follow the guide all the time. We will provide a detailed booklet with alternative routes if you wish to ride on your own and our guides will provide information on roads and routes in daily briefings. In some parts of the routes the guides might ask you to stay with them, so you do not miss an important monument or make things easier for you to get in or out from a city etc. As for the speed, our first concern is participant safety and there is no reason to try to follow faster riders if you think that they are going too fast – Our guides always have in mind the last riders of the group and will wait for them in turning points.
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