Peru is one of the most extreme countries in South America. Extreme in many ways. It has incredible ancient cultures mixed with modern new cities, some of the highest mountains on the continent and driest deserts, the densest jungle and one of the longest Pacific coastlines.
|per rider on a Suzuki DR650 or Honda CB500X in a shared/twin double room||$4,499.00|
|per rider on a Honda Africa Twin in a shared/twin double room||$4,998.00|
|per person single room (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room")||$499.00|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider)||$2,249.00|
|1-day/night Machu Picchu Extension (Surcharge)||$499.00|
|Small group sizes (Min 5 / Max 10)|
|Professional Multilingual Tour Leader|
|9 Nights accommodation in shared room (Upgrades available)|
|Base model Motorcycle Rental (Upgrades available)|
|Fuel and Road Tolls|
|Mandatory 3rd Party Liability Insurance|
|Motorcycle Damage and Theft Liability Reduction Insurance|
|Group Activities and Entry Fees|
|Pre-tour Preparation Guide and Briefing|
|Transfers to/from Cusco International Airport (CUZ)|
|Support Vehicle & Driver|
|Lunches, Dinners and Drinks|
|Personal paperwork, permits and visas|
|Bikes are NOT available on rest-days|
|Medical Evacuation Membership (Available from Global Rescue)|
|Tips to staff|
|Everything that is not listed under features|
|Fun factor: 100%|
|Peru consists of a very varied terrain with altitudes changing from 0 to 5000 meters on the same day of riding. It’s rich in culture with ancient tribes relating back to the Incas and lots of old historic Spanish colonial and ancient sites to immerse yourself in. This tour has been designed to show participants the very best that Peru has to offer in a short period of time. This includes some of the best motorcycle riding on the planet.|
|Due to Peru’s high altitude, participants are encouraged to obtain a comprehensive physical examination as well as get plenty of rest and sleep prior to traveling to Cusco. Abstaining from tobacco and alcohol use is also recommended before the commencement of the trip in order to prevent upper respiratory infections.|
|Items of daily use:|
|Personal items are recommended such as sunscreen, lip balm, antiseptic cream, anti-diarrhea medicine, and broad-spectrum antibiotics (participants must contact their doctor). Given that temperatures can range greatly depending on the altitude, long-sleeve clothes, a wool sweater, and a jacket are recommended in addition to sunglasses and a sun hat.|
|Landslides, as well as rock and mudslides, occur from time to time during Peru’s rainy season. A full or partial refund will not be issued should the itinerary be interrupted by weather conditions or natural disasters.|
|Peru is considered a safe place with friendly inhabitants; however, it is recommended that participants are aware of their surroundings and guard their valuables. Exploring areas in pairs or as a group is advisable to avoid unforeseen dangers.|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Peru has lots of incredible tourist sites like Machu Picchu, Nazca Lines and Lake Titicaca with the Uro indians and the rides you can do will make you dizzy from leaning in tight curves. It is a must visit for adventure riders and we are inviting you to join us!
Day 1: Fly - in Cusco
Hotel transfer, briefing Welcome to Peru. Our designated driver will meet you at the airport and bring you bring you to the arrival hotel where your tour leader will meet you for check-in and then a pre-tour briefing. Once the entire group has arrive we will go out for dinner in the beautiful historic city center of Cusco.
Day 2: Cusco to Abancay (200 km)
After breakfast we do bike handover and get everything ready for departure. We hit the road before lunch and get thrown straight into the high Andes mountain curves on our way to Abancay.
Day 3: Abancay to Ayacucho (390 km)
From Abancay we continue on amazing Andes mountain roads with some cliffhanger sections with step canyons and high passes. The roads are narrow and with little traffic making the experience more delightful. At night we stay in Ayacucho.
Day 4: Ayacucho to Huacachina (340 km)
We finish our descend from the high mountains down toward the Pacific coastal line and reach Huacachina in the coastal desert, a tiny, oasis town surrounded by tall sand dunes. We take a pure joy ride in a V8 buggy in the evening to see the sunset and sand board down the dunes.
Day 5: Huacachina to Nazca (150 km)
A short ride to historic Nazca where we have a Cessna plane waiting to take us into the sky to see the ancient figures in the Peruvian desert. Not much is known about the origin of the figures. Some claim its made by Aliens. You can judge by yourselves.
Day 6: Nazca to Camana (400 km)
We continue south along the Peruvian Pacific coastal highway the infamous Pan American highway until we reach the Beach side town of Camana. It’s time to get in the water and enjoy an afternoon of swimming in the Pacific Ocean.
Day 7: Camana to Colca Canyon (300 km)
Time to get back into the mountains as we start the accent up to Colca canyon. If we are lucky we will get to see the enormous Andean Condors standing almost still on the updrift of warm air from the canyon. We spend the night in Chivay.
Day 8: Colca Canyon to Puno (300 km)
Curves, curves, curves. Get ready to scrape your knees as we continue in the mountains up towards Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca. We will visit the floating island of the Uro indians that inspired the build of the Kon-Tiki expedition across the Pacific in 1947.
Day 9: Puno to Cusco (390 km)
The ride continues in the high plains of Peru with some historic stop along the way to visit Inca ruins. We return to Cuzco in the afternoon to have our farewell dinner in the historic center of town.
Day 10: Fly - out Cusco
Airport transfer: According to you flight itinerary we will make sure you get to the airport on time for your flight and if you have opted for the extension of visiting Machu Picchu then we will make sure you get picked up by the local tour operator that handles your day trip to the 8th wonder of the world.
Optional 1-day visit to Machu Picchu If you have never been to one of the world’s true wonders Machu Picchu a 1-day extension is available upon request. Please inquire with plenty of time in advance. Regulations of a number of visitors require that we confirm availability for this extension, plus the cost depending on the season.
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.