($1395 Passenger - 4-DAY DUAL-SPORT)

"This ride provided a good mix of terrain for the geographical location and season. I was a novice off road rider with daily commuter miles. The course was well planned with as to be expected situational changes."


Discover the northern Baja peninsula while exploring the off highway capability of your adventure or dual sport motorcycle. Ideal for larger bikes (such as the BMW GS, Triumph Tiger, or Yamaha Super Tenere), we’ll make our way through the forests of the Baja peninsula's interior to a high mountain ranch, before crossing over to the Pacific side and finally back along the coast and through scenic valleys before returning to the US.

Consisting of paved and generally easy dirt roads with some optional harder sections, this ride is well suited to larger dual-sport type bikes. You should have some off road experience (we like to recommend our training courses).

"The people on this tour made it very enjoyable, especially Simon and Lisa (Thomas). I had a great time."


Day 1 - Tecate to Mike's Sky Ranch

168 miles - (70 highway, 98 off-road)

After crossing the border, our ride quickly leaves the city behind as we head into the mountains and through the Parque Nacional Constitucion de 1857. We'll grab some tacos for lunch before continuing on to our night’s destination and a steak dinner.

Day 2 – Mike's to San Quintín

130 miles - (63 highway, 127 off-road)

Our route today winds through mountain passes and a coastal vineyard before dropping us near the Pacific and one of Baja's prime agricultural regions. We'll get checked into our waterfront hotel before enjoying a gourmet dinner.

Day 3 – San Quintín to Eréndira

128 Miles - (44 highway, 89 off-road)

After a hardy breakfast, today is all coastal riding as we work our way north along the coast and visit the remains of a shipwreck. It may be our last night but it won't be sad as we hang around the fire and relive the last few days.

Day 4 – Eréndira to Tecate

158 Miles - (60 highway, 98 off-road)

Our trip may be coming to a close but we're not done yet. We'll start our day by continuing along the coast before working our way to Ensenada. Then it's a bit of twisty pavement before we turn north again for our last run of dirt. One last afternoon snack of some tasty tacos and then we're across the border and back in the USA. While this trip may be over, it will not to be soon forgotten.

Itinerary subject to change and weather conditions.

PRICE: $1495
(on your bike – call to inquire about rentals)

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