Invigorate your senses, refresh your spirit, and feel the exhilaration of physical activity in the world’s most magnificent settings. On an active vacation, you will be immersed in the scenic beauty of nature. Visit places accessible only from the seat of a bicycle, by hiking footpaths, or by paddling a boat with a local guide. Experience the most incredible aspects of the world’s most magnificent places – those inaccessible by motorized vehicle.
Not only does physical activity heighten your connection and appreciation for natural wonders, it helps to firmly etch these experiences in your senses. The sights, the sounds, the smells, and the way your body physically adapts to getting to that special place all factor in creating incredible memories possible only during active vacations.Read the Full Post
Cyclists are drawn to the Wine Country of northern California for its beautiful scenery, premiere accommodations and cuisine, and cycling friendly climate. Touring the region on the seat of a bicycle is quite simply the best way to fully appreciate the diverse landscapes and sensory pleasures that abound here. Sweeping rows of hillside vineyards, cathedral-like groves of giant redwood trees, and the magnificently wild Pacific Coast are reason enough to visit this captivating region but there’s more to discover than meets the eye. Gain an insider perspective into a respected wine family during a Sojourn California Wine Country Bike Tour.
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Astonishing, mesmerizing, and other-worldly are not unusual reactions to first rides among the towering Saguaro cacti of southern Arizona. On what are typically brilliant blue sky days, the bright green hues of the Saguaro stand in stark contrast to a rugged and rocky landscape. From the seat of a bicycle, one often feels awestruck by the beauty and diversity of this extraordinary place, the sweet fragrance of desert flowers, and lilting sounds of myriad birds.
Even the most avid of cyclists can be slowed to a crawl by the compelling need to capture their experience through the lens of a camera. A 100′ Saguaro, a flowering Prickly Pear and a Jumping Cholla – snap, snap, snap. Hop back on the bike, pedal a few strokes, and there’s a mulit-armed Saguaro that looks like a long, tall Texan. Roadrunners dart from shadow to shadow, teasing a photographer to get a clear shot. Sometimes it’s easier to settle for evening photos!Read the Full Post
If you’re like many folks living in Canada or the northern two-thirds of the US, the opportunity to escape winter’s cold for a warm, sunny destination is high on your list. Sojourn’s Arizona Bike Tours have attracted sun-seeking cyclists for the past decade to the region in and around Tucson.
Tucson has always been at the forefront of developing bicycling infrastructure and its devotion to completion of The Loop, which will soon total over 130 miles of bike paths, has not gone unnoticed by cyclists. Sojourn has been touring guests to and from Sagauro National Park for years using paths that are part of The Loop.Read the Full Post