Colombia is considered one of the worlds best coffee producers.
|per rider on a Yamaha XT 660 R, in shared twin/double room||$1,199.00|
|per rider on a BMW F 750 GS, in shared twin/double room||$1,319.00|
|per rider on a BMW F 850 GS, in shared twin/double room||$1,379.00|
|per rider on a Honda Africa Twin, in shared twin/double room||$1,379.00|
|per rider on a BMW R 1250 GS, in shared twin/double room||$1,439.00|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||$480.00|
|per person single room (surcharge)||$100.00|
|1-Rider Departure Guarantee|
|Small group sizes (Min 1 / Max 10)|
|Professional Multilingual Tour Leader|
|2 Nights accommodation in shared room (Upgrades available)|
|Base model Motorcycle Rental (Upgrades available)|
|Fuel and Road Tolls|
|Mandatory 3rd Party, Passenger and Rider Medical Insurance|
|Motorcycle Damage and Theft Liability Reduction Insurance|
|Group Activities and Entry Fees|
|Pre-tour Preparation Guide and Briefing|
|Support Vehicle & Driver included (when 5+ riders are participating)|
|All taxes (Colombian Nationals +19% IVA)|
|Airfare and transfers|
|Lunches, Dinners and Drinks|
|Personal paperwork, permits and visas|
|Medical Evacuation Membership (Available from Global Rescue)|
|Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance (not offered by us)|
|Tips to staff|
|Any inclusion not specified|
|Fun Factor: 100%|
|50% paved roads, 50% gravel, dirt, mud and varied with good highways to small sealed back roads with potholes. Many curves, Andean Mountain passes and extreme scenic routes. For riders with off-road skills, good curving skills, ability to stay calm in hectic traffic and the ability to ride longer sections of gravel and dirt roads, and parts on muddy tracks.|
|We stay in mid-range hotels. We always opt for the best option available – clean, safe and practical location.|
|Temperatures can vary between 12 to 40°C (53.6 F to 104°F). Temperatures can drop for a short period going over the mountains passes.|
|It is recommended to ride with ventilated riding gear. A pull over rain suite is a good idea to carry against mountain temperatures and possible short rain showers that can occur year round.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Join us on a wonderful tour on the most scenic routes through the coffee region. Find out how coffee is picked by hand and sun-dried as we visit a working coffee farm, ride along beautiful green hillsides with colourful flowers and houses in traditional Colombian style. We stay in top range hotels and enjoy exquisite cuisine.
90% pavement, up to 10% on gravel driveways or possible road construction detours. Hundreds of curves and extremely scenic well maintained roads. Rookie to expert riders and couples are very welcome on this tour. We stay in mid- & high-range hotels. We always opt for the best option available – clean, safe and practical location. Temperatures can vary between 12 to 40°C (53.6 F to 104°F). Temperatures can drop for a short period going over the mountains passes. It is recommended to ride with ventilated riding gear. A pull over rain suite is a good idea to carry against mountain temperatures and possible short rain showers that can occur year round.
Cali to Montenegro – We meet at the our facility in Cali at 8:00 AM. After sorting out paperwork and bike hand-over we make our way north through sugar cane plantations in the Cauca Valley. The coffee region is all shades of green and coffee and banana plantations stretch as far as the eye can see. We ride up to Lake Calima on small back roads before making our way to our hotel near Montenegro.
Montenegro to Salento – The day is spend in the wonderful colorful Coffee region. We will visit a real working coffee farm, the spectacular waterfall at Santa Rosa de Cabal and the world’s tallest palm tree in the Cocora Valley. Late afternoon we will arrive in the beautiful village of Salento for a rural experience in the heart of the coffee region.
Salento to Cali – the tiny curvy paved backroads in the coffee region continues as we make our way south to Pijao, Sevilla and other traditional coffee villages. We arrive late afternoon in time to return bikes and for some the chance of a great night out in the year around tropical warm Salsa Capital of the World – Cali.
Itinerary may change without further notice due to weather, road- or any other condition that the operator or its guides feel will jeopardize the safety of the group or material.