Peru - May 22 - June 5, 2020
Highlights: City of Arequipa • Coastal Desert • Machu Picchu • Nazca Lines • Inca Greenhouse • Chauchilla Cemetery • Lake Titicaca • Colca Canyon
Just south of the equator on the western coast of South America lies Peru. This gem of historical and cultural riches, situated at where the North and South Pacific Oceans meet, is the setting for one of Blue Rim Tour’s most amazing adventures. Home to the ancient civilization of the Incas, this unique Peruvian tour explores mountain temples and southern jungles, culminating with a visit to one of the Earth’s most desired destinations; Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
1,500 miles over paved Andean roads take lucky participants through lush green landscapes and into dynamic mountain passes. Eleven days of riding through a country overflowing with natural and manmade wonders, from low lying jungles to the mountain heights, from the mysterious geoglyphs at Nazca to Lake Titcaca, this is a tour that will leave you with a sense of profound accomplishment.
Rated 3 out of 5 (“moderate”) for skill level recommendation.
2020 Rates (per person)
*rates per person
Tour Overview Map
Dates: May 22 - June 5, 2020
Registration Deadline: February 24, 2020
Arrival/Departure: Arequipa, Peru
Duration: 16-day vacation, 11 riding days,
2 sightseeing days, 3 travel days
Skill Level: (moderately difficult)
Group Size: 6 – 12 motorcycles
Average Temperature: 45-76ºF / 7-25ºC
What Your Trip Includes
Your choice of motorcycle rental
Multilingual tour guide and mechanic
Accommodations at safe and comfortable hotels (13 nights)
Meals included, except two lunches and all dinners (beverages excluded)
Fuel during the entire tour
Airport shuttle service
All entrance fees: Machu Picchu, Inca Green House, Salt Pans, Colca Canyon, and Chauchilla Cemetery
Detailed tour information package including maps, guide books, and T-shirt
"We enjoyed the trip immensely. Our 2,300km/1,430m ride in the Andes was nothing less than spectacular; the pictures don’t do the Andes, or Peru, justice". Karn and Ken K.