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Tours Info

Tours include:

• detailed tour information and map
• motorcycle hire
• support vehicle for luggage and extra equipment
• gas for support vehicle
• accommodation in high standard hotels and authentic ranches
• all breakfasts / all dinners
• park entrances and fees
• tour guide and driver/mechanic
• third party liability insurance
• motorcycle insurance with retention of US$ 3000
• airport transfers


Tours do NOT include:

• arrival and departure journey
• gas for participant's mtorcycles
• lunchs
• beverages
• personal insurances
• travel insurance
• all items of personal nature (eg. souvenirs)

good to know:

• we usually travel with a support vehicle that carries our luggage and extra equipment, this gives riders much more flexibility, security and comfort on their bike.
• all our bikes and cars are thoroughly revised before and after every tour.
• we select all our hotels and ranches with great care and emphasize quality and personal service.
• all our bikes are equipped with ABS, heated grips, hand protectors and a tank bag for personal items.
• all our guides are very knowledgeable about Patagonia, they give the tour a special touch with their good humor and relaxed nature.

about Patagonia:

Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego are fascinating and extreme territories. You will find plenty of adventure, challenge and nature in this enchanting part of the world. With almost no other people on the road than an occasional gaucho you will get a strong feeling of untouched landscape. Along the way we pass mesmerizing scenery such as ancient forests, the sea, mountains, grasslands, lakes, glaciers, picturesque villages and traditional ranches.

Roads and traffic
About 70% of the tour will be driven on well maintained asphalt roads, during the rest of the trip we drive on gravel roads. These gravel roads are usually in good condition but it is possible to encounter some more difficult parts. It is therefore desirable to have some “off road” experience but you don’t need to be an expert. Our experienced guides are ready to teach you the techniques and tricks for tougher parts. There is very little traffic in general and only in and around the cities will we meet other cars and trucks.

Daily stages
The average daily distance we drive will be around 350 km, this means we spend about 6 to 8 hours on the road including breaks for pictures, lunch and sightseeing. The more gravel road the shorter usually is the daily route; the longest daytrip of 470 km will be on asphalt road only. Our tours will never feel like a race against time, you are on holiday and we want you to enjoy it!

All our tours take place in the summer season (November – March) in which travelling in our region is most pleasant. Nonetheless bear in mind that Patagonia is known for its harsh weather, even in summer the average temperature does not exceed 18 degrees Celsius. The almost omnipresent Patagonian wind can reach up to 80 to 100 km per hour, which makes it advisable to bring some warm clothing along.



"Perhaps more than any other single object of industrial design, the motorcycle can be considered a metaphor for the 20th century. It was the first form of personal mechanized transport to emerge from the beginning of the industrial age; its subsequent evolution follows the main currents of modernity.The motorcycle is an immortal cultural icon that changes with the times. More than speed, it embodies the abstract themes of rebellion, progress, freedom, sex, and danger."
Text from "the art of the motorcycle" exhibition,
JUNE 26-SEPTEMBER 20, 1998"