Contact Us

Contact: Lorena

P.O. Box 2907-1000
San José, Costa Rica
Telephone: (506) 2527-6700
Fax: (506) 2527-6799

Toll Free Numbers:
+1(888) 803-3344 U.S.
+1(866)865-7013 Canada


  • 01 Nov31 Oct 2019


8 Days / 7 Nights


  • Irazu Volcano
  • Turrialba Volcano
  • Guayabo arquelogical site
  • Puerto Viejo de Limon
  • Arenal Volcano
  • Hot springs
  • Tamarindo Beach
  • Los Angeles Private Biological Reserve


  • All lodging with breakfast
  • 6 days of motorcycle rental
  • LDW insurance and unlimited mileage
  • Support vehicle for luggage or another passenger
  • Motorcycle tour guide throughout the whole itinerary
  • Taxes and service charges


BMW F 800 GS

  • Rider in Single Room $3,900
  • Rider in Double Room $3,150
  • Partner Sharing Room with Rider $1,925

BMW R 1200 GS

  • Rider in Single Room $4,050
  • Rider in Double Room $3,300
  • Partner Sharing Room with Rider $1,925


  • Rider in Single Room $0
  • Rider in Double Room $0
  • Partner Sharing Room with Rider $0


  • Meals Not Described
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • International Airfare
  • International Arrival And Departure Taxes


Day 1 - Arrive San Jose

Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to hotel for your first night.
Overnight Studio Hotel, Standard room. (Breakfast)

Day 2 - Irazu Volcano - Turrialba

Early in the morning pick up your bike and ride to Irazú Volcano, Costa Rica's highest active volcano. Continue south to Turrialba dotted with coffee, banana and sugar cane plantations.

Conveniently located between San Jose and the Caribbean Coast, this lively region is distinguished for its green rolling hills and fertile volcanic farmland.
Turrialba´s rich volcanic soil is ideal for the growth of coffee, sugar cane, macadamia, and other crops. It is also famous for its cheese, manufacturing hand-sewn professional baseballs used in the World Series and for its open air fruit and vegetable markets with some of the best produce available in Costa Rica.

Overnight at the elegant Casa Turire ,Deluxe room (Breakfast)

Day 3 - Puerto Viejo de Limón

Continue your ride to Puerto Viejo de Limón, passing gorgeous mountains until we reach the low lands of the Caribbean area, with its banana, and pineapple plantation. Once we reach the coast we ride along the ocean to reach the small lazy town of Puerto Viejo. Check in at Hotel
At night a short visit to the town is a must!

Overnight at Le Cameleon Hotel, Deluxe room (Breakfast)

Day 4 - Free day

Free day to relax at the beach or take the bike and visit the beaches near by
Overnight at Le Cameleon Hotel, Deluxe room (Breakfast)

Day 5 - Arenal Volcano

Ride to the world famous Arenal Volcano.

Arenal’s perfectly symmetrical shape makes it a sightseer’s dream, while its abundance of outdoor activities makes it an easy place to check things off your “must-do in Costa Rica” list. So visit one of the nicest volcanoes in Costa Rica, cloud forests, a lake world-famous for windsurfing and an incredibly diverse population of wildlife is just part of what you will find in this amazing area of Costa Rica.

Enjoy the hot springs located in the hotel
Overnight at Arenal Manoa, Junior suite room. (Breakfast)

Day 6 - Tamarindo

Perhaps in the morning you will like to do Canopy Tour on your hotel. Continue your ride to the surf town of Tamarindo.

Both nature and beach lovers will find plenty here to fill their days. Tamarindo is famous for its stunning beaches, its marine national park and wildlife refuge. This area encompasses beaches that attract one of the largest leatherback turtle populations in the world. Peak nesting seasons in the area are October through January. Due to its constant waves, it is also one of the favorite places for surfers.

Overnight at Tamarindo Diria Resort, Lagoon pool view room (Breakfast)

Day 7 - San Jose

Ride back to Central Valley via Jacó Beach - - Orotina - Atenas – until you reach San Jose.

Overnight at Studio Hotel, Standard Room. (Breakfast)

Day 6 - Departure

Ride back to San Jose to return the bike to BMW dealership
Transfer back to airport for flight home