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Adventure Machu Picchu

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Our first miles in the south of Peru take us along the Pacific to Moquegua and then we head on to one of the most beautiful parts of the longest road in the world, the Pan- American Highway. Soon we reach the ancient port of Puerto Inca. Nazca then awaits us and, after a nice ride in the morning, there is the option to discover the world famous Nazca Lines by plane. The road from Nazca to Ollantaytambo is around 500 miles long. Turn after turn, we guide our motorcycles towards today‘s destination, where we take a train to the famous Machu Picchu to experience this unique sight overlooking the Urubamba valley.

Here, we will spend two nights before moving on to Cusco, the former capital of the Incas. We continue our ride on the Altiplano directly to the highest navigable lake in the world, Lago Titicaca. Of course, we will have time to visit the famous Uros Floating Islands! Then we are off to see the Colca Canyon, where amazing landscapes and, hopefully, even condors are waiting for us! Arequipa, the white city at the foothills of the Andes, is our destination for the next two days. With its numerous colonial style buildings, it is really a nice place. From the balcony of our hotel right next to the cathedral we can watch the sunset while we sip our last Pisco Sour before heading back to Arica.

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15 days vacation
13 day riding route
DAY 1: Arrival in Arica
DAY 2: Arica - Moquegua
DAY 3: Moquegua - Puerto Inca
DAY 4: Puerto Inca - Nazca
DAY 5: Nazca - Chalhuanca
DAY 6: Chalhuanca - Ollantaytambo
DAY 7: Ollantaytambo
DAY 8: Ollantaytambo - Cusco
DAY 9: Cusco
DAY 10: Cusco - Puno
DAY 11: Puno - Chivay
DAY 12: Chivay - Arequipa
DAY 13: Arequipa
DAY 14: Arequipa - Arica
DAY 15: Departure from Arica
The first and last days mentioned in the itinerary are the arrival and departure days for tour start and end. Depending on the country you start in, you may have to leave a day early, subsequently, you will arrive one day later back home. Book your flights accordingly! Route and overnight places may change due to unforeseen events.
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