Dates & Prices - Peru & Bolivia
Machu Picchu to La Paz
Dates & Prices
There are currently no holiday dates and prices available for this Peru & Bolivia cycling holiday.
We are constantly updating our services and would recommend that you check again soon as we may have added more dates to our tour calendar. Alternatively, you can contact us using the contact information below.
If you are looking to book a place on our Peru & Bolivia cycling holiday in Bolivia, then please call us on +44 (0) 1463 417707.
Alternatively, you can email us on email@example.com for more information on this adventure holiday.
Private Groups and Customised Tours
In addition to our scheduled trips which cater for 2 -17 cyclists we are experienced in organising private, customised and group tours for larger and smaller numbers of cyclists. Because we have strong relationships with our local guides and agents we are in an excellent position to secure you the best options for your accommodation and local services. If you want a personalised adventurous cycling trip for 2 or more people, please contact us and we'll be able to discuss this further.
Own Room: £450
Bike Hire from Peru/Bolivia: £210
Please note there are only limited bike hire options for this tour. We recommend you bring your own bike. Please contact us if you need to discuss this.
The costs for the optional extras are calculated after the booking process. The extra costs will be added to your cycling tour price.
Approximate Cost of Flights: £1,100
redspokes holidays do NOT include flights to and from the designated cycle tour countries, however, some bike tours contain internal flights that are included in the price. This tour does NOT include any flights. The trip begins in Cusco and ends in La Paz.
NOTE: Please read through the essential information to see exactly what the price includes & excludes before booking!
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