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Puerto Vallarta – El Tuito – Tehuamixtle - Puerto Vallarta
About 200 km/125 miles
Duration: about 7-8 hours, from 9:00 AM –
(You should arrive at our place at 8:00 – 8:30 AM)
with HONDA XR 250 TORNADO
$ 185,- USD for one Rider
$ 220,- USD for one Rider with pillion rider
with SUZUKI DR 650 SE
$ 215,- USD for one Rider
$ 250,- USD for one Rider with pillion rider
with SUZUKI V-STROM 650 XT - 2017 Model
$ 235,- USD for one Rider
$ 270,- USD for one Rider with pillion rider
with BMW R 1200 GS
$ 245,- USD for one Rider
$ 280,- USD for one Rider with pillion rider
THEFT AND DAMAGE
$10.00 U.S. / DAY HONDA - XR 250 TORNADO
- Deductible $ 1000.00 U.S. for damages and theft. Deposit is $ 1000.00 U.S.
$15.00 U.S. / DAY - SUZUKI DR 650
- Deductible $ 1500.00 U.S. for damages and theft. Deposit is $ 1500.00 U.S.
$$20.00 U.S. / DAY - SUZUKI V-STROM 650 XT + BMW R 1200 GS
- Deductible $ 2000.00 U.S. for
damages and theft. Deposit is $ 2000.00 U.S.
Without THEFT AND DAMAGE WAIVER:
A deposit of ($ 2000.00 U.S.-HONDA TORNADO / $ 3000.00 U.S.-SUZUKI DR 650 / $ 4000.00 U.S.-SUZUKI V-STROM 650 XT + BMW R 1200 GS ) is required at the time of pick up and you are fully responsible for any damage to, or theft of, your rental vehicle.
Payable upon us in cash (preferably in Mexican Pesos to the daily exchange rate) or by credit card.
We accept Visa, Master, Diners Club and Discover Credit Cards.
We don't accept American Express Credit Card.
Please confirm that your Credit Card will work in Mexico and has enough credit for the deposit payment.
What is included:
- Renting Motorcycle HONDA XR 250 TORNADO, SUZUKI DR 650 SE,
SUZUKI V-STROM 650 XT or BMW R 1200 GS
- Motorcycle Basic Insurance
- Safety Gear, like DOT certified helmet, body armor or back protector
- Bilingual Tour Guide
- Water or soft drink during tour break
Valid drivers license (for Motorcycle, depending on state laws)
Credit Card for security deposit or cash
The minimum age is 21 years. Exceptions may be made for group bookings or if a parent wants to ride together with a son/daughter. At the discretion of Bike-Mexico.
Minimum 1 year riding experience with motorcycles
What to bring:
Windbreaker Jacket, sweater or something similar as it can get chilly in the mountains.
Footwear for riding (hiking boots or something similar)
Swimming gear and towel
Sun protection (sun blocker, hat)
Money in Pesos for lunch, tips or souvenirs
Leaving the city of Puerto Vallarta we ride along the coast with spectacular views over the scenic bays, long sandy beaches and ocean waves vigorously splashing the coastal
rocks in the south of the city. On request we can visit the famous botanical gardens with gigantic tropical trees covered with epiphytes and orchids so unlike our botanical gardens at home,
located about 25 km / 16 miles away from Puerto Vallarta.
After the visit we ride through the beautiful mountain area (800 m / 2600 ft.) with its pine forests to the village El Tuito (600 m / 2000 ft.).
From there we take small roads, some of them gravel, through the lush jungle down to the ocean. We visit lonely beaches where you have time to relax and swim in the crystal blue sea. We take lunch in one of the local restaurants offering seafood - “Mariscos” - typical of the area. A special treat is the visit to the small picturesque fishing village Tehuamixtle looking like an ancient Italian fishing village where you meet the locals busily working their small boats or hanging out for a chat in the streets. In the beautiful afternoon lighting we take our time riding back to Puerto Vallarta, enjoying the beautiful landscapes.
On the trip we take paved, cobblestone and gravel roads. The gravel road part is about 10 km / 6 miles.
The bike should be well controlled on winding mountain roads.
Dirt roads or gravel roads should not be a problem for you.
As we want to provide you with a vacation experience, the ride will be relaxed rather than racing. Your day with us should be enjoyable, at a comfortable pace and stress-free for all participants experiencing the beautiful country side, thus being an “enduro hiking” tour. There is time to stop, enjoy the scenery and take pictures or videos.