April 14-28, 2014
Peru truly has it all: adventure, culture, and natural wonder. To travel there by motorcycle is just icing on the cake! On this tour, savor incredible Andean roads, beautiful green landscapes, a marvelous ancient culture and the hospitality of Peru’s generous and unique people. You’ll ride to places you have only seen in National Geographic and come back home wishing your photos could capture it all!
We’ll ride short sections of gravel in Peru, which adds the extra excitement of off-road riding. The street riding portion of the tour is technically demanding (narrow and frequently steep roads). We’ll also reach high altitudes up to 16,000 feet. Riding in these conditions is fine as long as you’re prepared. No worries, we’ll take good care of you.
Dates: April 14-28, 2014
Arrival/Departure: Arequipa, Peru
Duration: 15 day vacation, 8 riding days, and 4 days of sightseeing
Total distance: 1,450 miles / 2,320 km
Average Daily Mileage: 181 miles / 290 km
Group Size: Max 12 riders
Highlights: Machu Picchu, Nazca lines, Inca greenhouses, Chauchilla Cemetery, Cusco, Puno and Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, and much more.
Rates: starting at $4,065
Tour prices include: Motorcycle rental, airport shuttle service, accommodations, breakfast and lunch, two multilingual guides, a support vehicle, tour information package and safety tips, road map, train ride to Machu Picchu, all entrance fees, and a boat ride. Fuel is also included for this tour.
For more information or to register please contact us at (866) 343-7623 or email us.
Here’s what previous participants had to say:
“I enjoyed the adventure i.e., road conditions due to recent weather, the sightseeing was very good and the change in geography was pretty cool. Note: This was my first time going anywhere south of the U.S. and it was quite an eye opener. Enjoyed the group and had a great time.”
“I enjoyed all aspects of the tour. I especially liked the ample opportunities for independent riding when the situation allowed. The tour was a great ride with a wide variety of road and weather conditions and some of the most spectacular landscapes imaginable.”
“What I liked best about the tour were the roads–the altitudes–the variety! It was nice to have the opportunity to mix up the road surfaces we traveled. The participants in the group were all fantastic!”
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