We can do day biking trips in Northern California for a group of 20 for as little as $150 per person. The other end of the spectrum would be a 6-day luxury bike & hike trip for two to Sonoma & Napa staying at Farmhouse Inn & Auberge du Soleil including Michelin-starred dinners for $7,495 per person. Everything in between is possible, that’s why we need to know your budget to get targeted. In general the biggest drivers of cost are the number of guests, the duration, the types of hotels/meals and when the trip is done.
Trips become more economical with bigger groups. While we can run a trip with 2 people, the fixed costs (guide(s), vehicles, itinerary research) are not too much cheaper than if we run the trip for 20. The difference of course is the group of 2 pays substantially more. At 6+ people it becomes much more economical, so if you are looking to save, (and potentially have more fun) invite friends/family to join you.
The other surprising thing to many folks is when we operate the trip can profoundly affect cost. If we do a trip over a weekend in peak September/October harvest season in Napa & Sonoma the lodging cost can be double what it would be midweek in the spring. For an example of a middle of the road trip: For a group of 8 to do a 6-day ride down the California Coast staying at moderately priced hotels costing $200-$300/night with most meals included, the cost would be around $2,300-$2,700 per person.
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