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Self-Guided Motorcycle Trip Package: "Fly & Ride Peru" - 13 days

Self-Guided "Fly & Ride" Peru Motorcycle Trip on Dual Sport Bikes

Self-Guided "Fly & Ride" Peru Motorcycle Trip on Dual Sport Bikes

  • Motorcycle Tour Peru
  • Motorcycle Tour to Machu Picchu
  • Road to Machu Picchu Peru
  • Machu Picchu Tour
  • Motorcycle Tour Peru

Want to see Peru on a budget, and on a motorcycle?  We have the answer.

Reserve your "Fly & Ride" motorcycle trip package with us, and we'll have a late model motorcycle waiting for you, all your hotels pre-reserved, and maps & notes that make your itinerary easy to follow.  The Nazca Lines, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, and of course Machu Picchu are all included. (*Please note, you'll need to ride a few hours on simple hard-packed gravel to enjoy the Colca Canyon.)  The costs associated with guided tours aren't for everyone, and neither is the "lone wolf" spirit of motorcycle travel, so contact us to arrange your self-guided trip through Peru!

Contact us for more tour information. 


Nazca Lines Tour

Day 1 - Arrive in Arequipa 

We can have your hotel room waiting for you, and of course orientation with your motorcycle rental are part of riding safely

Day 2 - Arequipa to Puerto Inca - 400km

Along the Peruvian/Pacific Coast, you thought the California coastline was beautiful?

Day 3 - Puerto Inca to Nazca - 180km

Further along the coast, this takes you to the town of Nazca and the chance to see this historical reminents up close. Enjoy a flight over the Nazca Lines, or the fascinating Chauchilla Cemetery nearby, and take a moment to rest up.

Day 4 - Nazca to Chalhuanca - 361km

Rising from the Pacific Coast, up into the Andes Mountains, let the beautiful twists & turns of Peru begin! 
See Machu Picchu

Day 5 - Chalhuanca to Cusco -320km

Further into the Andes, arrive in the Plaza de Armas of Cusco and enjoy nightlife, shopping, and the "Avenue of the Sun." 

Day 6 - Stay in Cusco 

It's a good idea to rest up a bit, enjoy the city, or of course you're welcome to ride and explore the area. Cusco itself has  busy main Plaza de Armas and lots of shopping and dining opportunities.

Day 7 - Cusco to Ollantaytambo - 100km

Throught the Sacred Valley of the Incas to a town with a fortress by the same name, this puts you in a perfect position to catch the train to Machu Picchu!

Day 8 - Train to Machu Picchu

Your train ride will be all arranged for an early morning departure to Aguascalientes and your ascent to the stunning Machu Picchu. Returning at the end of the day to Ollantaytambo with the grandeur of The Lost City of the Incas behind you, now you know what it feels like to actual be there, instead of just gazing at photos!

Day 9 - Ollantaytambo to Puno - 420km

Rising even further in elevation to one of the highest cities in the world, Lake Titicaca is ahead! The winding ride out of the Sacred Valley with Andea Mountains all around is simply some of the best motorcycle riding in the world.

Day 10 - Stay in Puno 

The Floating Islands of the Uros people and a fascinating Peruvian setting on the border of Bolivia are definitely worth a day's rest, and the charming town of Puno will be perfect for a rest day or some local exploration.

Day 11 - Puno to Yanque - 320km

Views of volcanos, vicuñas, llamas, and alpacas lead you to the edge of the Colca Canyon, where the Andean Condor can be seen in flight in the early hours, along with stunning views of one of the world's deepest canyons. 

Day 12 - Yanque to Arequipa - 260km

Starting the day with a ride throught the Colca Canyon to see the Andean Condors, this is the only section of non-paved terrain, but a chance to see the Andean Condors in flight.

Day 13 - Arequipa & Departure 

If you need to leave right away, your airport transfer is included. Start organizing your photos and updating your Facebook! 

CONTACT US About Your Self-Guided Motorcycle Trip through Peru to see Machu Picchu & More!

Bikes Available

BMW F650GS (twin cylinder)

BMW F650GS (twin cylinder)

A famous option for adventure travelers, the F650GS is a mid-weight motorcycle manageable by all riders, and a great option for covering terrains everywhere.  Sharing essentially the same engine as its big brother the F800GS, a more smooth and moderate powerplant with 71 horsepower is ready to help you tour anywhere.




Certainly considered the “athlete” of the BMW team, the F800GS can be counted on to carry all your travel gear and still maintain the awesome feeling of a pure off-road machine when you’re in the dirt.  With over 215mm of suspension travel, the F800GS boasts 85 horsepower from its twin-cylinder engine, and is sure to give an adrenaline rush when you unleash it!


BMW R1200GS - Liquid Cooled 2013

BMW R1200GS - Liquid Cooled 2013

Revised for the model year 2013, BMW it seems has done it once again in the world of adventure motorcycles. The new liquid-cooled version of the famous R1200GS comes with a more "upright" stance and off-road friendly positioning.  Now with a wet clutch, a higher air intake perfect for river crossings, and a 10% horsepower increase, BMW has clearly made improvements on what was already a great adventure bike.


Suzuki DR650

Suzuki DR650

Chosen by adventure riders around the world, Suzuki's DR650, is an excellent bike for adventures rides anywhere. It'll maintain it's power well at altitude, and handle all the dirt and rocks you can throw it's way while still feeling comfortable on those stretches of pavement in between. With a seat height of only 885mm (34.8 inches) its accommodating stature makes this manageable machine easy to handle no matter what the situation.