<i>Terrace View <a href='index.php'>by Marko Manojlovic</a></i> NBG #1 <i><a href='index.php'>by Goran Jovanovic</a></i> Navagio beach Zakynthos <i><a href='index.php'>by Ivan Jekic</a></i> Blue Window <i><a href='index.php'>by Igor Srdanovic</a></i>

The following are some suggestions to make your experience with us a responsible and respectful one. Please note that these are just suggestions, not rules. Ultimately your actions on your trip are up to you, but we ask that you consider these points as guidelines for your trip. We work very closely with the communities where we ride - our reputation and the reputation of our clients is very important to us. If you have anything you'd like to add to the list, or just want to comment, drop us a line.
  • Learn about the country you are going to, there is a wealth of information on the Internet and in travel guidebooks. Learning about the culture and customs of a country is very important - it can even affect which clothes you pack.
  • Respect local customs religion and traditions. Adhere to dress codes; in many places the proper etiquette is to cover bare skin and remove footwear when entering sacred buildings.
  • Buy locally produced souvenirs; your money will then go directly to the craftsperson, and directly benefit the community.
  • Avoid excessive waste and the use of plastic bottles (in many areas we ride in, there is no way of disposing of these, therefore creating plastic mountains due to tourism).
  • Reduce energy consumption. Unplug your mobile phone charger, turn off the lights...
  • Conserve water. Take shorter showers... the average hotel guest uses over 300 litres of water per night! In a luxury hotel it is approx. 1800 litres!
  • Always ask before taking photographs. If they says no, respect their wishes.