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China Airlines and Settour launch Cycling Tour of Okinawa

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China Airlines and South East Travel Service (Settour) are offering another "Okinawa 4-day Cycling Tour".

The first tour in February was a great success, and the second tour, also featuring a one-of-a-kind cycling experience, has already attracted widespread attention.

The cyclists ride about 250 kilometers, and are advised to take their own bicycles to Okinawa to help avoid sports injuries from riding rental bikes. To accommodate the bikes, CAL provides an extra luggage allowance of five to 10 kg on the tours. Meanwhile, Settour provides a professional technician for cyclists in case of mechanical problems, and a van for participants in case they need to rest.

Okinawa is well known for its comfortable weather and breathtaking natural scenery. On the "Okinawa 4-day Cycling Tour", cyclists can see key attractions like Kaichu Doro, Southeast Botanical Gardens, Manzamon, Okashigoten and Ocean Expo Park.

The second Okinawa cycling tour departs on March 28, and is priced at around NT$ 18,800. There may also be more tours in April and May. Travelers who enjoy cycling, Japanese seafood and beautiful scenery should contact the CAL Call Center on Tel: 886 2 2715 1212, or South East Travel Service on Tel: 886 2 2522 1000 for further information.

Due to their growing popularity, the airline is also developing additional outbound cycling tours for its customers, and plans to launch more cycling trips in the near future.

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