Cultural Travel & Study Tours
The Guide to Cultural Travel & Study Tours
International Bicycle Fund
       
Website www.ibike.org/ibike
Year Established 1983
Program Description Small-group, cross-cultural bicycle tours of moderate difficulty. Focus is on meeting people, & learning their culture, social institutions, environment, history, economy, & society.
Number of Programs/Year 4-8
Program Length 11-17 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 5-10
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Philosophy/Religion, World Affairs, Nature/Science, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty The program staff has background in area studies (culture, history, etc) for the destination of the program.
Costs $1290-$2090 includes lodging, two meals a day and activities.
U.S. Locations Washington
Global Locations Africa
Benin
Botswana
Cameroon
Canada
Cuba
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Ghana
Guyana
Korea
Liberia
Malawi
Mali
Morocco
Namibia
Senegal
Tanzania
Togo
Tunisia
Uganda
Zimbabwe
Months Year round
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.ibike.org/ibike/schedule.htm
Contact David Mozer
Director
International Bicycle Fund
4887 Columbia Dr. S.
Seattle, WA 98108-1919
United States
Phone: 206-767-0848
E-Mail: ibike@ibike.org

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