Per Motorcycle



Per Motorcycle




Honda XRE300

Suzuki DR650


① Motorcycle Rental Only (aka Self-Guided)

Fully prepped adventure motorcycle rental. All motorcycle gear included as wells  24-hour customer support. Explore on your own or with a group of friends. Let us help you plan a great trip!


② Motorcycle + Hotels (Self-Guided + Hotels)

Our self-guided tours include an adventure motorcycle, prepaid and booked hotels, motorcycle gear, detailed route map, and 24-hour customer support. Single occupancy hotel rooms- your own private room each night at no extra charge!


③ All-Inclusive Guided Tours

Our self-drive tours include a knowledgeable local guide / mechanic, adventure motorcycle or motorcycle gear, prepaid and booked hotels and all meals. Single occupancy hotel rooms- your own private room each night at no extra charge.

Guaranteed Departures

Trips are available anytime. Just let us know what fits your schedule and we'll be ready.  


We aim to provide you with the best value for your money. Our trips and rentals include reliable easy to ride motorcycles, all riding gear, beautiful hotels, and off-the-beaten-path locations for an authentic experience in Colombia.

  • Unlimited Kilometers

  • Fuel and Road Tolls included with guided trips.

  • Cell Phone Holder with Wireless and USB Charging

  • SOAT - Colombia's mandatory liability insurance

  • Supplemental Medical Insurance - (Just in case)

  • High-quality 50 Liter dry bags 

  • Locking 50L Top box

  • Tire Repair Kit Including Electric Air Pump and Tire Tubes

  • High-Quality Rain Jackets

  • Luggage Storage


For maximum comfort and convenience, we recommend that you bring your own riding gear but if you need something we have quality gear available for you at no extra charge. Boots and pants not included.



9 Day - The Perfect Loop + Jungle

The Absolute Best Of Colombia's Coffee Region + Jungle Ecolodge
9 Days / 50% Paved / 50% Easy Off-Road | Intermediate Skill Level


  • Nevado Ruiz Volcano - Explore a stratovolcano

  • Thermal Springs - Stay at a beautiful hot springs hotel

  • Handfeed Hummingbirds - A one of a kind experience

  • Jungle Ecolodge - Hike through the jungle, swim in waterfalls

  • Paramo - Ride through alpine tundra. See 200 year old plants.

  • Coffee Farm Visit - Harvest coffee with a local family 

  • Wax Palms Forest - See the tallest palm trees in the world

  • Spectacular Views - As always, enjoying all the twists and turns while riding through some of the most amazing scenery in the world.


Colombia’s best geography for coffee production also happens to be ideal for motorcycle touring.


If you’re looking to experience the best of Colombia and only have 9 days, we highly recommend this trip. Based on the feedback from dozens of travelers, we have put together what we consider to be the “Perfect Loop” of Colombia's famous coffee region. We also added a two night stay at a beautiful jungle ecolodge.

A coffee region motorcycle trip checks all the boxes:

Lush green mountain vistas with soaring wax palms over 150ft tall. Check. Colonial haciendas turned into chic hotels and bed and breakfasts. Check. Hot springs flowing from snow-capped volcanoes. Check. Twist the throttle and lean into turn after turn after turn as you make your way through high mountain passes and fog covered forests. Check. Include the cosmopolitan city of Medellin as the starting point of the trip, and you have a motorcycle trip from heaven.



The answer is a resounding YES. We routinely encounter Colombian military checkpoints that ensure safe travel throughout the country. We've led hundreds of tours around the country and have never had any problems with security. 

Anthony Bourdain summed it up perfectly:

"If you want to find bad people in Colombia, you can surely find them, as you could in New York or Los Angeles. But nowhere have my crew and I been treated better or with more kindness and generosity. I'd bring my family on vacation there in a heartbeat. And hope to soon. As I said before: Colombians are proud. Let them show you what they are proud of."


Day 1 - Medellin – Sonson

Recommended Hotel: El Tesoro

Overnight Parking: Sonson Parking

This is going to be an interesting trip. Today we ride to the former guerilla conflict zone of Sonson. Sonson has been off-limits for decades due to guerilla activity. Although it's safe now there is very little information on the internet about the area. Consequently, it’s untouched by tourism which makes it the perfect place to get an authentic taste of Colombia. 


The ride to Sonson is great. One of the best things about this ride is the miles and miles of exciting twists and turns. Ups, downs, ascending curves, descending curves, increasing radius curves, decreasing radius curves. You’re going to get a ton of riding experience on just this one road. The pavement here is in good shape and as is the case in lots of areas in the countryside, there is very little traffic.

Midway we’re going to stop off at Luisa’s house and have a cup of local coffee called tinto. If you like kids you’ll be delighted to meet her twin toddlers. Tourists never stop here and you’ll see how happy she is to talk with us. Besides being a fun way to connect with the locals, it's a way to directly support a family business.


The town of Sonson is located at a high elevation but we’re going to climb even higher. The Paramo de Sonson is a lookout point that stands at over 10,000ft in elevation. The lookout has a scenic view of the fog rolling across the cloud forest and nearby valley. By now it will be late afternoon and we’ll head back to town to check in to our hotel and grab a pizza and a beer. 


We stay at the El Tesoro hotel located on the main square. This is a 200-year-old mansion that has been converted into a unique hotel. Unlike other hotels, this one hasn't been updated and still retains its original charm. In addition, the hotel is somewhat of a museum and is filled with an eclectic collection of antiques. Looking over everything will keep you captivated for hours. 


Located next door to the hotel is a great pizza restaurant. From the second-story balcony, we can enjoy a brick oven pizza while people-watching on the main square. It’s good to note that Sonson leaves the warm weather of Guatape behind. Located at 8,100ft you’ll want to bring a jacket because it's going to be cold at night.

Day 2 - Sonson to Norcasia

Recommended Hotel: Ecohotel Campo Alegre

In the morning we ride to a lookout point that stands at over 10,00ft in elevation and has a beautiful view into the Magdalena river valley before winding down into the rural coffee town of Narinó where we can have lunch and drink coffee with coffee farmers in the towns main square as well as visit a local coffee co-op.  

The jungle ecolodge is a great experience. There is only one way to get to the ecolodge: by boat. And let me tell you something, it's awesome! They pick you up at the docks and then you get to enjoy 20 minutes of beautiful landscape, the reservoir and the dam. When you arrive at the foot of the hill where the hotel is located at, be sure to "suffer" a little by climbing up a 350 meter trail to the hotel. 


When you get to the hotel, you will love the great view it has of the Amaní reservoir.

Next to the restaurant area there's a beautiful swimming pool with a great view of the landscape, perfect for some pictures. 

The hotel can set you up with kayaking trips and excursions to swim in the nearby w