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 warm hospitality of Peru’s generous and unique people. You ride to places you have only seen in National Geographic and come back home wishing your photos could have captured it all. The pavement is mostly in very good condition with little traffic. Very short sections of dirt roads add the extra excitement of off-road riding. Some riding is technically demanding (narrow and frequently steep roads) and we also reach altitudes as high as 16,000 feet. Riding in these conditions is fine as long as you are prepared. But no worries that’s where we come in! We will take good care of you.
Highlights: Machu Picchu • Nazca Lines • Inca Greenhouse • Chauchilla Cemetery • Lake Titicaca • Colca Canyon
Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The climb to the top is limited to 400 people a day. We will have an English-speaking guide.
The Colca Canyon is almost twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the U.S. The one-way ride is on a fun, hard packed dirt road where we will be rewarded with Condor sightings. In the evening we can soak in a natural hot spring at our hotel.
An entire day of this tour is dedicated to sightseeing in the city of Cusco at 11,200 feet, full of great archeological wonders. You won’t want to leave without seeing the intricate Inca walls or the church of Santo Domingo.
Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America and the world’s largest navigable lake. We’ll take a day to explore the Uros who live on floating islands made of reeds and a real island for lunch.
|*rates per person
includes fuel for entire trip
|One Rider||One Rider||Riding Two-up|
|Single Occupancy||Double Occupancy||Double Occupancy|
|Honda Falcon NX4, Kawasaki KLR 650||$5,130||$4,690||$4,065|
|BMW F650GS, BMW F800GS||$5,880||$5,440||$4,440|
boat ride on Lake Titicaca
Lars is a native Dutchman, living in Peru. He is an acclaimed mountain guide who now organizes tours of Peru on foot, car, and by motorcycle.