16 Days / 15 Nights
2395 Miles / 3832 Kilometers
Tour Start Dates:
2018: 22 Nov
2019: 10 Jan; 4 Feb; 14 March; 18 April; 17 Oct; 21 Nov
2020: 09 Jan; 13 Feb; 13 Mar; 17 April
Explore the raw beauty and endless beach of Mexico’s fabled Baja Peninsula on this one of a kind guided tour. Great food, amazing beaches, cold drinks, and nights filled with the sounds of mariachi music are just a click away! This trip is not to be missed by anyone looking for a serious adventure in the coming winter or spring.
Day 1 Los Angeles CA arrival
Welcome to Los Angeles. On the eve of this incredible journey you will meet up with your fellow riders for an orientation meeting at the hotel as we prepare to ride through some of the greatest and undisturbed desert roads left in North America. Your tour guide will provide you a thorough overview of what to expect in the coming days and answer any last minute questions you may have. I’m sure there may also be cold drink or two to be shared.
Day 2 Los Angeles CA – Ensenada Mexico – 200 miles
Day 3 Ensenada – Catavina Mexico – 237 miles
We head south on Mexico Highway 1 leaving the busy border towns behind as we ride south. We dive deeper into Baja where Cirio trees and giant Cardon cacti begin to appear alongside the road. We enter the Vizcaino Desert, one of the most fascinating desert regions on this continent, and experience expansive views of boulder formations, rugged hills and dense desert vegetation. We arrive in Catavina just in time to watch the desert sunset behind huge boulders and Cardon cacti. We have a long ride tomorrow so be sure to get a good night’s rest.
Day 4 Catavina – San Ignacio – 238 miles
Today we cross the state line from Baja Norte into Baja Sur. You will notice a change in landscape as we ride over several 3,000 foot summits, past flat topped volcanic cones and cactus covered hills into the charming pueblo San Ignacio, an authentic desert oasis located at the bottom of a wide arroyo with date palms and a natural spring fed pond where we overnight.
Day 5 San Ignacio – Loreto Mexico – 170 miles
Day 6 Loreto – Los Barriles Mexico – 285 miles
We ride along the base of the Sierra de la Giganta mountains and then rapidly climb up to the summit past hat shaped mountain peaks. We reach the Santa Domingo Valley and move across the peninsula until we reach the edge of a large lagoon with the city of La Paz in sight in the distance. Take a walk along the waterfront and see for yourself that this is one of the prettiest cities in Mexico.
Day 7 Los Barriles free day – 0 miles
Day 8 – Los Barriles – Cabo San Lucas Mexico – 70 miles
Under the shadow of Cerro del Venado we roll into San Jose del Cabo and down the coast of the Bahia San Lucas which was a favourite hiding place for pirates who laid in wait for Spanish treasure ships in the 16th and 17th century. Today this is the international resort community called Cabo San Lucas and we are here to enjoy it all. Just before arriving in Cabo we get a view of ‘Land’s End’, the southern most tip of the Baja peninsula.
Day 9 Cabo San Lucas – La Paz Mexico – 100 miles
It’s time to head back north again as we ride along the Pacific coastline to the small artist’s community of Todos Santos. Here you can spend some time walking around town visiting art galleries and souvenir shopping. Have some fresh fish tacos at one of the small taco stands or enjoy a gourmet lunch at the famous Hotel California. After lunch we head back to the Sea of Cortez and the capital city of La Paz, which is considered one of the Baja’s most beautiful cities.
Day 10 La Paz – Loreto Mexico – 225 miles
Today we continue north through the desert on Hwy 1 through Ciudad Constitucion where we stop for lunch. Our afternoon ride will take us east across the broad desert expanse over to the coast of the Sea of Cortez and Loreto. Loreto was the departure point from which Junipero Serra launched his northward quest in 1769 to establish a chain of missions in Alta California.
Day 11 Loreto Free day 0 miles
Enjoy a day off in one of the most charming towns in Baja, Loreto. Founded in 1697 by Jesuit Missionaries Loreto is the oldest settlement in Baja. Visit the historic Mission of our Lady of Loreto which is the start of the El Camino Real (The Royal Road), a historic corridor which ends in Sonoma, California following the ancient route of Spanish missions. Visit the Loreto Bay Marine park for a day of snorkeling and kayaking. During the months of March and April whale watching is also available.
Day 12 Loreto – Guerrero Negro Mexico – 259 miles
We continue north on Mexico Highway 1 with Conception Bay on our right. We’ll stop at one of the beautiful sandy coves where you can take a dip in the warm waters. Lunch will be in the small village of Mulege, a cute traditional Mexican Town located at the mouth of a river. Back on the road we ride via Santa Rosalia to San Ignacio where we take an ice cream break in the town plaza. From San Ignacio we continue across the barren Vizcaino desert to our hotel in the town of Guerrero Negro, just south of the Baja California Sur state border. The area around Guerrero Negro is part of the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993. Encompassing bays, lagoons, vast expanses of the Sonoran Desert and the rugged Sierra Mountains. Scammon’s Lagoon is an important breeding and birthing site for the California gray whale.
Day 13 Guerrero Negro – San Quintin Mexico – 253 miles
Day 14 San Quintin – Ensenada Mexico 131 miles
Day 15 Ensenada – Los Angeles CA 227 miles
Day 16 Los Angeles departure
Baja California guided motorcycle tours Prices ($*)
|2 people, 1 bike, 1 room||$3480||$3480|
|2 people, 2 bikes, 1 room||$4560||$4560|
|1 person, 1 bike, 1 room||$6000||$6000|
*Owing to exchange rate fluctuations, please contact us for today’s best price in £s
What’s included in the Baja California guided motorcycle tours:
- All hotel accommodations
- Late model motorcycle rental
- Unlimited mileage
- Free fuel & oil
- Daily Breakfast
- Professional Tour Leaders
- National Park entrance fees
- Custom Riding Jacket
- All taxes, fees, and environmental surcharges
- Hotel Parking fees
- Discounted Activities
- One Way Transfer fees (when applicable)
- Welcome & Farewell Dinner
- Helmets for driver and passenger
- Transportation between hotel and EagleRider location
- Support Vehicle equipped with spare bike and room for additional luggage
What’s not included in the Baja California guided motorcycle tours:
- Theft & Damage Waivers and Supplementary Liability Insurance
- Food and snacks (except welcome & farewell meals)
- Personal souvenirs
When you are going to be riding in hot temperatures, you may wish to consider our mesh and hyperkewl products to help keep you cool
The itinerary may be subject to change owing to availability of accommodation or road conditions. All mileages are approximate. In the case of major exchange rate fluctuations, we reserve the right to alter prices and issue a currency surcharge/refund as necessary. Flights not included. A deposit of £300 per bike is required if you reserve your place more than 24 weeks before the tour starts. 50% of the tour price is required to be paid 24 weeks before the tour starts and the balance paid 12 weeks before our Baja California guided motorcycle tours starts.
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