February 18, 2020

Blue Rim Tours works hard to create memorable trips of a lifetime. However, there are circumstances that are beyond our and your control. Travel insurance is intended to cover unforeseen events.

Travel insurance can cover medical expenses, trip cancellation, lost luggag...

April 10, 2019

Lisbon is a colorful city, known for it’s historic monuments, beautiful promenade along the riverbank, and vibrant gardens. There's so much to see and do! We could never list it all, so here are just a few recommendations:


One of Lisbon’s oldest areas in the city...

March 27, 2019

Original blog post by Robert Griego from My Motorcycle Tales (www.mymotorcycletales.com). Robert writes the "In Pursuit of Wildness" articles for RoadRUNNER Magazine and is a 35-year veteran with the National Park Service.

Imagine riding your motorcycle across New Mexic...

November 9, 2018

Million Dollar Views

In the morning sun, the landscape is even more splendid, as I’m still on the eastern slope of the mountains. This is supposed to change. Today I want to cross over to the other side of Abruzzo, as the highest part of the mountains are called. I star...

November 2, 2018

Riding Italy's Backbone

The pass sign indicates “Vado di Sole.” This means something like “The way to the sun.” I’m standing on a cleared road, and everything to the left and right is covered in five inches of fresh snow from the night. Behind the pass, the view opens o...

October 19, 2018

Esquel, Chubut, Argentina

We spend the morning riding through purple mountains majesty, through thick forests reaching for the sky until they get to the treeline and can no longer grow, leaving jagged barren rock to touch it instead. By midmorning, we turn to follow the...

October 11, 2018

Puyuhuapi, Aysén, Chile

As much as I might have enjoyed a second day lounging on the shores of Lago Gral Carrera, it feels good being back on the Guanacos. We leave the lake and, as we always do, stretch out on the road, each of us riding our own ride, lost in our own t...

September 14, 2018

Perito Moreno Glacier

In the morning, we spend a half-hour getting gas. It’s not uncommon to find long lines at gas stations in Patagonia; sometimes the station’s tanks are empty and people have to wait for gas to be delivered. We’re lucky this morning, it’s just a line...

September 7, 2018

Puerto Natales, Última Esperanza, Chile

​The sky spits at us in fits and starts as we leave Porvenir but not enough to tamp down the blinding dust that makes passing all but impossible. We pick our spots though and manage to work our way around the smattering of cars an...

August 31, 2018

Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

We gather in Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world. Some of us are united by blood, others by friendship, and others are complete strangers. But we are all united by a common dream—to ride the fabled Patagonia. Four...

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