Day 1: Lima - Nazca (around 480 kilometers / 298 miles)
The trip from Lima to Nazca will take approximately seven hours. You will make a stop in Ica for lunch and then continue on to Nazca, where you will spend the night.
Day 2: Nazca - Chalhuanca (around 375 kilometers / 233 miles)
After you wake up, you will take a flight over the Nazca lines. Then you will have brunch and head to Chalhuanca. You will pass by Pampa Galeras where you can see beautiful vicuñas and Puquio with its stone forest. You will reach your hotel Tampumayo around 4 p.m. and you will stay overnight there.
Day 3: Chalhuanca - Cusco (around 300 kilometers / 186 miles)
From Chalhuanca to Cusco is around six hours. You leave at 8 a.m. and arrive at Cusco for lunch.
Day 4: Sacred Valley (around 120 kilometers / 75 miles)
You will leave for Pisaq after breakfast today. You will visit the Pisaq ruins and then head to Maras salt mines and the Moray archaeological complex. You will have lunch at the complex and then go to the Ollantaytambo train station. You will finish the guided tour for the day at the train station and then take the train to Aguas Calientes. You will spend the night in Aguas Calientes.
Day 5: Machupicchu
At 6 in the morning, you'll go to Machupicchu for a 3-hour guided tour. After that, you'll go back to Aguas Calientes to take the 1pm train. Once you arrive in Ollantaytambo at 3pm, you'll take your motorcycles to Cusco. The ride will take around 80 kilometers and you should arrive in Cusco by 6:30pm.
Day 6: Cusco - Chivay (around 375 kilometers / 233 miles)
You will be leaving Cusco at 8 a.m. today and heading to the town of Chivay in the Colca Canyon. You will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery and nature along the way. When you arrive in Chivay, you can enjoy the hot springs that are there.
You have the option of going to Chivay today via Espinar. The latter route is more scenic, but it is an off-road trail.
Day 7: Chivay - Arequipa (around 180 kilometers / 112 miles)
You should leave your hotel in Chivay at 6:30 a.m. and go to Cruz del Condor to see the condors fly. Then you will ride to Arequipa and arrive there around lunchtime. You will have the afternoon to visit this city.
Day 8: Departure
Transfer to the airport of Arequipa. End of services.
If you have Peruvian nationality, you will need a motorcycle driving license. If you are a foreigner, you will need a motorcycle driving license from your home country. In addition, Cusco Moto Tour Peru recommends that you bring an international driving license.
Since the road, traffic, and weather conditions in Peru differ from those in your home country, it's advisable that you have good motorcycle driving skills.
- A 4x4 truck is available for mechanical support and/or transport of luggage. The driver/mechanic is included. This service does not include fuel. It costs 140 USD per day.
- Full risk insurance 250 USD
- GPS rental (20 USD per day)
- Photo and video cam “GoPro” (20 USD per day)
- Rain suit (10 USD per day)
- Dry bag (5 USD per day)
- Tank bag (10 USD per day)
- Metal sidebox (20 USD per day)
- Additional motorbike equipment
Skill level required for this tour: Intermediate with experience
- can ride for 3-4 hours
- average riding experience
- little assistance required
- comfortable with extreme curves and leans
- average experience with unsurfaced roads
- steep ascents and descents