60-DAY END OF THE WORLD EXPEDITION

$16,999

RIDER ON OWN BIKE, SHARED ROOM

+ Upgrade Yamaha XT660R: +$5,999 USD
+ Upgrade BMW F 750 GS: +$6,999 USD
+ Upgrade BMW F 850 GS: +7,999 USD
+ Upgrade BMW R 1250 GS: +$8,999 USD
+ Upgrade Single Room: +$2,999 USD
+ Add Pillion/Passenger: +$9,199 USD


HIGHLIGHTS
✓ 6 countries: Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina
✓ Cartagena – most romantic city in Latin America
✓ Caribbean coast and beaches
✓ Exciting Metropolis Medellin
✓ Coffee plantation tour
✓ Las Lajas – famous cathedral
✓ Pan American Highway
✓ Devils Waterfall in Baños
✓ Cusco Historic center
✓ Machu Picchu day trip
✓ Nazca Lines
✓ Peruvian capital Lima
✓ Bolivia’s capital La Paz
✓ Cuenca and Trujillo historic centers
✓ Mancora Pacific Ocean surf town
✓ High Andes mountains near Huaraz
✓ Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats
✓ Tierra del fuego and Ushuaia
✓ Potosi Silver mountain
✓ Lake Titicaca
✓ Atacama desert
✓ Bolivia Altiplano
✓ Mendoza
✓ Torres del Paine

CONFIRMED DEPARTURE
 JANUARY 22 to MARCH 22, 2021 

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60-DAY END OF THE WORLD EXPEDITION

$16,999

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE END OF THE WORLD EXPEDITION

FIN DEL MUNDO means “End of the world” in Spanish and this expedition will take us right there to the most southern point on the American continent. Tierra del Fuego – Land of Fire. The route starts in the very north of the South American continent in Cartagena, Colombia and ends in Ushuaia, Argentina, passing through 6 counties (Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina) on an incredibly varies, but mostly paved “once-in-a-lifetime” motorcycle bucket-list adventure trip.
BRING YOUR OWN BIKE OR RENT ONE FROM US – OBS: ONE-WAY!

POI: NORTH TO SOUTH

Ride the entire South American continent North to South and experience the incredible diversity in scenery and cultures.

POI: MACHU PICCHU

This tour include a visit to one of the worlds absolute wonders – Machu Picchu. An incredible site that you must see at least once.

POI: ALTIPLANO BOLIVIA

The salt flats of Uyuni on Bolivia’s Altiplano resembles a lunar landscape and is a unique experience for any rider.

INCLUDED

✓ Professional Multilingual Tour Leader

✓ Small group sizes (Min 3 / Max 10)

✓ 59 Nights accommodation in shared room (Upgrades available)

✓ All Breakfasts

✓ Group Activities and Entry Fees (including day trip Machu Picchu, Nazca lines fly-over etc.)

✓ Pre-tour Preparation Guide and Briefing

✓ Transfers to/from Cartagena and Punta Arenas International Airport (CTG/PUQ)

✓ Support Vehicle & Driver included with 5+ Riders

✓ Motolombia Appeal Gift

✓ All taxes (Colombian Nationals +19% IVA)

WITH RENTAL MOTORCYCLE

✓ Rental Motorcycle of choice

✓ Authorisation to cross borders with Rental Motorcycle

✓ All shipping of Rental Motorcycle (Cali to CTG, Punta Arenas to Cali)

✓ Fuel and Road Tolls

✓ Mandatory 3rd Party Liability Insurance

✓ Motorcycle Damage and Theft Liability Reduction Insurance

NOT INCLUDED

✗ Rental Motorcycle

x Airfare

✗ Upgrades

✗ Lunches, Dinners and Drinks

✗ Personal paperwork, permits and visas

✗ Any shipping, emergency and insurance related costs involved with using personal motorcycle

✗ Additional costs as a result of unforeseen events that force major disruption of itinerary such as weather, political issues etc.

✗ Medical Evacuation Membership (Available from Global Rescue)

✗ Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance (not offered by us)

✗ Tips to staff

✗ Any inclusion not specified

TOUR DETAILS

We ride big chunks of the Pan American Highway in South America which means beautiful paved roads will be mixed in with interesting historic and cultural destinations, wildlife, Unesco World Heritage sites, incredible scenery and awesome experiences with both locals, team and crew members. There will be plenty to write home about. This is a demanding journey and riders need to be prepared for anything. The trip is intended only for adventure touring enthusiasts who can demonstrate extensive riding experience, the physical condition as well as social qualities conducive to teamwork and required flexibility for the success of the journey. We will be going up to high altitudes around 5,000 meters where it can become quite cold, while most of the journey will be in humid and warm tropical conditions. The expedition will be fully supported with a 4×4 support truck, on-bike guides and a very experienced crew from Motolombia. You can choose to ride either your own bike or rent a fully equipped dual sport bike from Motolombia in Colombia. We stay in mid- to top-range hotels. We always opt for the best option available – clean, safe and practical location. Temperatures can vary between 12 to 40°C (53.6 F to 104°F). Temperatures can drop for a short period going over the mountains passes. It is recommended to ride with ventilated riding gear. A pull over rain suite is a good idea to carry against mountain temperatures and possible short rain showers that can occur year round.

55%

DIFFICULTY

15%

OFF-ROAD

75%

COMFORT

100%

FUN FACTOR

ITINERARY

DAY 1 TO 8

Colombia

DAY 1: Fly-into Cartagena (CTG)

DAY 2: Cartagena to Caucasia

DAY 3: Caucasia to Medellin

DAY 4: Medellin

DAY 5: Medellin to Salento

DAY 6: Salento to Popayan

DAY 7: Popayan to Pasto

DAY 8: Pasto to Otavalo (border crossing)

DAY 9 TO 12

Ecuador

DAY 9: Otavalo to Banos

DAY 10: Banos

DAY 11: Banos to Cuenca

DAY 12: Cuenca to Mancora (border crossing)

DAY 13 TO 25

Peru

DAY 13: Mancora to Trujillo

DAY 14: Trujillo to Huaraz

DAY 15: Huaraz to Lima

DAY 16: Lima

DAY 17: Lima to Huacachina

DAY 18: Huacachina to Nazca

DAY 19: Nazca to Abancay

DAY 20: Abancay to Cusco

DAY 21: Cusco

DAY 22: Cusco

DAY 23: Cusco to Puno

DAY 24: Puno

DAY 25: Puno to La Paz (border crossing)

DAY 26 TO 31

Bolivia

DAY 26: La Paz

DAY 27: La Paz to Oruro

DAY 28: Oruro to Potosi

DAY 29: Potosi

DAY 30: Potosi to Salar de Uyuni

DAY 31: Salar de Uyuni to Ollague (border crossing)

DAY 32 TO 34

Chile

DAY 32: Ollague to San Pedro de Atacama

DAY 33: San Pedro de Atacama

DAY 34: San Pedro de Atacama to Salta (border crossing)

DAY 35 TO 40

Argentina

DAY 35: Salta

DAY 36: Salta to Catamarca

DAY 37: Catamarca to San Juan

DAY 38: San Juan to Mendoza

DAY 39: Mendoza

DAY 40: Mendoza to Santiago (border crossing)

DAY 41 TO 45

Chile

DAY 41: Santiago

DAY 42: Santiago to Talca

DAY 43: Talca to Temuco

DAY 44: Temuco to Osorno

DAY 45: Osorno to Bariloche (border crossing)

DAY 46 TO 52

Argentina

DAY 46: Bariloche

DAY 47: Bariloche to Esquel

DAY 48: Esquel to Perito Moreno

DAY 49: Perito Moreno to El Calafate

DAY 50: El Calafate to Torres del Paine

DAY 51: Torres del Paine

DAY 52: Torres del Paine to Puerto Natales (border crossing)

DAY 53 TO 55

Chile

DAY 53: Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas

DAY 54: Punta Arenas

DAY 55: Punta Arenas to Rio Grande (border crossing)

DAY 56 TO 60

Argentina

DAY 56: Rio Grande to Ushuaia

DAY 57: Ushuaia

DAY 58: Ushuaia to Rio Grande

DAY 59: Rio Grande to Punta Arenas

DAY 60: Fly-out of Punta Arenas (PUQ)

OBS

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

ITINERARY

DAY 1 to 8:

Colombia

DAY 1: Fly-into Cartagena (CTG)

DAY 2: Cartagena to Caucasia

DAY 3: Caucasia to Medellin

DAY 4: Medellin

DAY 5: Medellin to Salento

DAY 6: Salento to Popayan

DAY 7: Popayan to Pasto

DAY 8: Pasto to Otavalo (border crossing)

DAY 9 to 12:

Ecuador

DAY 9: Otavalo to Banos

DAY 10: Banos

DAY 11: Banos to Cuenca

DAY 12: Cuenca to Mancora (border crossing)

DAY 13 to 25

Peru

DAY 13: Mancora to Trujillo

DAY 14: Trujillo to Huaraz

DAY 15: Huaraz to Lima

DAY 16: Lima

DAY 17: Lima to Huacachina

DAY 18: Huacachina to Nazca

DAY 19: Nazca to Abancay

DAY 20: Abancay to Cusco

DAY 21: Cusco

DAY 22: Cusco

DAY 23: Cusco to Puno

DAY 24: Puno

DAY 25: Puno to La Paz (border crossing)

DAY 26 to 31

Bolivia

DAY 26: La Paz

DAY 27: La Paz to Oruro

DAY 28: Oruro to Potosi

DAY 29: Potosi

DAY 30: Potosi to Salar de Uyuni

DAY 31: Salar de Uyuni to Ollague (border crossing)

DAY 32 to 34

Chile

DAY 32: Ollague to San Pedro de Atacama

DAY 33: San Pedro de Atacama

DAY 34: San Pedro de Atacama to Salta (border crossing)

DAY 35 to 40

Argentina

DAY 35: Salta

DAY 36: Salta to Catamarca

DAY 37: Catamarca to San Juan

DAY 38: San Juan to Mendoza

DAY 39: Mendoza

DAY 40: Mendoza to Santiago (border crossing)

DAY 41 to 45

Chile

DAY 41: Santiago

DAY 42: Santiago to Talca

DAY 43: Talca to Temuco

DAY 44: Temuco to Osorno

DAY 45: Osorno to Bariloche (border crossing)

DAY 46 to 52

Argentina

DAY 46: Bariloche

DAY 47: Bariloche to Esquel

DAY 48: Esquel to Perito Moreno

DAY 49: Perito Moreno to El Calafate

DAY 50: El Calafate to Torres del Paine

DAY 51: Torres del Paine

DAY 52: Torres del Paine to Puerto Natales (border crossing)

DAY 53 to 55

Chile

DAY 53: Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas

DAY 54: Punta Arenas

DAY 55: Punta Arenas to Rio Grande (border crossing)

DAY 56 to 60

Argentina

DAY 56: Rio Grande to Ushuaia

DAY 57: Ushuaia

DAY 58: Ushuaia to Rio Grande

DAY 59: Rio Grande to Punta Arenas

DAY 60: Fly-out of Punta Arenas (PUQ)

OBS

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