Tomb Rider Colombia Tour (CLOMO01-CLOTRCT)

by Motolombia
Pick-up from: Tour start at 8am Drop-off until: Tour ends at ~5pm
Your estimated deposit will be US$299.85 for this product.

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  • Professional Bilingual Tour Leader
  • Accommodation with Breakfast in Shared Room
  • Small group sizes (Min 2 / Max 10)
  • 300cc or 660cc Rental Motorcycle (Upgrades available)
  • Fuel and Road Tolls
  • Mandatory 3rd Party and Rider Medical Insurance
  • Motorcycle Liability Reduction Insurance
  • Group Activities and Entry Fees
  • Pre-tour Preparation Materials and Briefing
  • Airport Transfers
  • All Taxes
  • Gift Bag
  • Support Vehicle & Driver included with 5+ Riders

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Airfare
  • Upgrades
  • Lunches, Dinners and Drinks
  • Personal paperwork, permits and visas
  • Bikes are NOT available on rest-days
  • Medical Evacuation Membership
  • Trip Cancellation Insurance (not offered by us)
  • Tips to staff
  • Any inclusion not specified

 

  • Security deposit via credit card
  • Age minimum: 20+ years
  • EXPERT off-road skills, good curving skills, ability to stay calm in hectic traffic and the ability to ride longer sections of gravel and dirt roads, and parts on muddy tracks
  • Full motorcycle driver’s license with MC Endorsement required
  • Valid Passport with at least 6 months left upon entry
  • Helmets are required

Day 1: Fly-in to Cali, Colombia briefing and paperwork
Day 2: Cali to Silvia
Day 3: Silvia to Tierradentro
Day 4: Tierradentro to San Agustin
Day 5: San Agustin to Popayan
Day 6: Popayan to Cali
Day 7: Fly-out from Cali

Itinerary may change without further notice due to weather, road- or any other condition that Motolombia or its guides feel will jeopardize the safety of the group or material.

How many hours a day do we spend on the bikes?

Answer: Our typical day starts with breakfast between 6:30 and 8:00. Stand up at 8:00. We stop more or less every hours for a photo opp., water/toilet break or to fuel bikes. Between 12:00 and 2:00 we do a lunch break for about an hour and then we ride another 2-3 hours in the afternoon. Total riding per day is usually about 6-7 hours plus breaks. Some days we stop to do off-bike activities along the route that take longer.

How many kilometers will we ride per day?

Answer: In South America you rarely speak about mileage to a destinations. Distance is more commonly referred to in time. So “how far is the ride between Cali and Medellin?” and the answer will be “8 hours of riding”, rather than the 420 kilometers that the odometer will read. The reason for giving distances in time is due to changing terrain, city traffic, mountains, curves, condition of roads and many other factors that make the concept of time rather than milage a much more precise description on what to expect. So in terms of our daily mileage we usually prefer to say we ride between 6-7 hours per day which can mean 180 to 450 kilometers on the odometer. In general a 250 kilometer day is a BIG day.

What riding gear do I need?

Answer: There are no riding gear included in the Motorcycle rental. We do have limited gear available to rent (but no boots are available). We strongly recommend you bring your own helmet and riding gear for optimal comfort and safety. We also recommend that you use high touring boots and protective gear at all times while on the bike and you should carry a pull-over rain-suite on the bike at all times if your riding gear is not waterproof. Full face helmets are required by law in Colombia.

Can I leave extra luggage somewhere while on tour?

Answer: You can safely leave luggage at the hotels we recommend or at the Motolombia facility in Cali. It’s free of charge while renting or on tour with Motolombia.

Where will we eat?

Answer: Breakfast is usually served at the place where we overnight, if not the guide will arrange for breakfast elsewhere before we ride. Breakfast is always included. Lunches, dinners and drinks are not included on any tour. We always do about 1 hour lunch stop along the route and at night the guide will suggest a local restaurant where the group has the option of dinning together. Vegetarian options are available most everywhere. Pescetarians will have good options for seafood and fish most everywhere. And meat lovers will be very happy!

Can I expect that everything is exactly as described?

Answer: Most times yes, but please bring good spirit and an ability to stay calm and be patient as things sometimes take longer in Latin America. However, we are experts in finding solutions to everything unexpected that might happen, so rest assure you will be in good hands with Motolombia.

Description

Start/ Finish: Tour starts and ends in Cali, Colombia
Duration:
7 days
Riding days: 5 days
Total distance: +/-  km
Daily riding hours: 6-7 hrs
Ride difficulty: 5 (out of 5) – for riders with EXPERT off-road skills, good curving skills, ability to stay calm in hectic traffic and the ability to ride longer sections of gravel and dirt roads, and parts on muddy tracks.
Terrain: 25% paved roads 75% gravel, dirt, mud and varied with good highways to small sealed back roads with potholes. Many curves, Andean Mountain passes and extreme scenic routes.
International Airports: CLO
Group size: 2-10 riders
Group riding: Required
Suitable for passengers: No
Suitable for children: No
Accommodations: Mid-range hotels. We always opt for the best option available – clean, safe and practical location

Highlights: Guided Motorcycle Tour in Colombia, Guambiano Indian village Silvia, Tombs and national park at Tierradentro, Ancient sculptors in San Agustin and Isnos, Colonial Popayan historic center, La Salvajina Dam and Lake, Western and Central Andes Range, Spectacular scenery, Thousands of twistys, Cali – Salsa capital of the world

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