Biking, Culture & History, Macs Adventure

Cycle Kyoto to the Coast: All you need to know

19 Jun , 2019  


Most people visiting Japan will focus on the cities and for good reason.  The contrast between the traditional and the ultra-modern is more prevalent here than in any other country. However, the cities only show one side to this remarkable culture and to truly explore Japan; you need to get out into the more rural […]

Culture & History, Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

10 Frequently Asked Questions about Walking in the Cotswold’s

2 May , 2019  

Broadway, the Cotswolds

There are so many considerations when walking in the Cotswold’s. Our team of experts has come up with their list of FAQs so you have all of the information you need before heading out to explore the pathways and lanes of England’s Cotswold s region.   How fit do I need to be? We offer […]

Biking, Culture & History, Macs Adventure

Biking in Nova Scotia: My top 4 highlights

17 Apr , 2019  

Nova Scotia, in eastern Canada, is a cyclists dream. The old railroad paths have been converted into gravel bike paths. A cyclist of any level of riding experience, can easily travel from town to town along the Province’s South Shore. These pathways are the site of remarkable landmarks and legends, giving your biking experience an […]

Culture & History, Macs Adventure, Walking

3 reasons to visit Newfoundland

16 Apr , 2019  

Newfoundland feels a little bit like a secret world, hidden away from day to day existence. Some of that may have to do with its remote location and its landscape. The large island of Newfoundland sits as the easternmost landmass in North America. Its a land of extremes, where icebergs flow into small town harbors […]

Accommodations, Culture & History, Macs Adventure, Tips & advice

5 of the Best Villages in the Cotswolds

16 Feb , 2018  


The Cotswolds are renowned for many things. The rolling, emerald-green countryside, the fresh, tasty local produce and of course, the villages. While our variety of tours take in many lovely villages in the Cotswolds, here are our five favorites. 1. Bourton-on-the-Water Bourton-on-the-Water is known locally as the Venice of the Cotswolds.  Sitting on River Windrush, […]


Biking, Culture & History, Discovery, Tips & advice, Walking

The Best Regional Dishes of Italy

16 Nov , 2017  

Italy is renowned for its fantastic cuisine and many people will be familiar with some of its best-loved dishes, such as pasta, pizza and gelato. Yet each region of Italy boasts its own speciality and, as all food lovers will agree, it is a must to try them while you’re there. A hiking or biking […]