Experience Texas Hill Country while exploring the life of U.S. President and Texas native son Lyndon Johnson. After a convenient hotel pickup, visit Johnson’s “Texas White House,” his reconstructed boyhood home (now a national park), and the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. Learn about the cowboys and German immigrants who shaped the region, stop by historic Fredericksburg, and visit the legendary country music town of Luckenbach.
Showing you the city we love most, is a complete joy and total thrill with Segways. On this 90 min. Segway tour, we'll give you the quick and skinny allowing for maximum ride time around the downtown corridor. We ensure you capture many photo ops including murals, iconic statues, famous streets & beautiful sights.
Ride off for a day of fun on this 4-hour mountain biking trip along Barton Creek, including time for swimming. Climb aboard your bike for the 8-mile ride through one of the largest urban wilderness areas in the United States, cycling along trails that take you past scenic limestone walls and across shallow creek crossings. Make sure to bring your swimsuit, as there will be ample opportunity to cool off in the creek’s refreshing, crystal clear water. A guide, bike and helmet are all included.
Hop on an electric, fat-tired mini-bike to hunt down some of the tastiest food truck fare in Austin. With a local guide, check out some of the city’s memorable landmarks like Moody Theater, the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, the Driskill Hotel, and the Stevie Ray Vaughan statue. Along the way, stop for bites at popular food trucks to get a taste of the local flavor.
Explore a different side of Austin’s legendary nightlife during this 2.5-hour bike trip to observe the city’s bat colony under Congress Avenue Bridge. These nightlife-loving denizens may never step foot inside a music club, but they sure know how to put on a show! Cycle first around Austin’s Lady Bird Lake, arriving at the bridge just in time to watch the more than 1.5 million bat residents as they take flight for their evening feeding. A guide and all bike equipment is included.
Explore the Texan capital’s historic highlights, outdoor attractions and unique character on a 2-hour bike tour of Austin. Cycle along easy paths with a friendly local guide, passing downtown landmarks like the Texas capitol building, Barton Springs, and the Congress Ave. Bridge. Peddle around scenic Lady Bird Lake and on the bike-friendly Butler trail for a great introduction to this vibrant city.
Experience two sides to Austin, covering both its urban downtown and its beautiful green spaces, during this 4-hour cycling trip. Cycle along shady paths, winding creeks and traffic-free trails during your trip, starting at Lady Bird Lake before continuing to Longhorn Dam and on to Govalle Park. Over the course of this laid-back ride, you’ll pedal around 20 miles in total, with plenty of breaks for sightseeing. A guide and all necessary equipment are included.
Get out of the city for a day of nature, wine, food and new friends. Spend a day in the beautiful hill country outside of Austin, TX. Most hill country tours you'll find are short and cheap. This tour is for those who want to spend a full day in the hill country then be home well before bedtime. Not only will you have a good time but you'll also do some really good things to nourish your body. All meals will be made of locally sourced ingredients and we'll serve superfood juices for you. The hike at Enchanted Rock isn't long but it will definitely get your heart rate up for the rest of the day. Highlights:+Austin's best breakfast tacos to start the day for breakfast.+Summit hike to the top of Enchanted Rock in a state park where humans have camped for 12,000 years. +Healthy picnic lunch after hike with nutrient packed foods to fuel up for the rest of the day.+Texas wine tasting at Pedernales Cellars.+Legendary BBQ dinner at Salt Lick in Driftwood, Texas.
Spend a leisurely day exploring Austin the locals’ way, with bikes, brews, swimming and BBQ, during this 4-hour cycle trip through the city’s south side. Pedal a relaxed total of 11 miles during your trip, stopping by the city’s famous spring-fed Barton Spring Pool for a dip before continuing to a local spot for craft beer and tasty Texas-style BBQ. After lunch you’ll cycle back towards downtown along the promenade, where more brews and an outdoor patio await. A guide and all bike equipment are included.