Baja California North Bound Motorcycle Tour

Guided Tour 9 Days / 8 Nights
Tour Map
  • 1223.0 mi = 1956.8 km
  • Winter, Spring, Fall
  • 50.0 - 100.0°F = 10.0 - 37.8°C

Baja North – detached from the rest of the country the almost stand alone peninsula still offers the truly pure adventure. Join us on this fantastic ride along the coast, deep down to the tip of the peninsula where whales migrate and the sun never leaves your side. The Baja California North Guided Motorcycle Tour visits the most popular destinations along this 9 day motorcycle vacation. You will visit Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Ensenada and more. Please contact us at tours@eaglerider.com for more information.

Tour Itinerary

Welcome to Cabo San Lucas. 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 most 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.
We head northward along the Sea of Cortez and into the Cabo Pulmo National Park . Here we'll find the Bahía Pulmo - home to the oldest of only three coral reefs on the west coast of North America. Estimated to be 20,000 years old. A beatuful seaside ride takes us to the luxurious Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort where we call home for the next two nights
Enjoy a day off in what those who frequent Buena Vista have called "our idea of Paradise". Nestled along white sandy beaches, the hotel offers a variety of water sport activities -sport fishing and tours of cities nearby. Or you can simply relax and escape to sound of the ocean.
Today we ride! We'll take 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. Founded in 1697 by Jesuit Missionaries, Loreto is the oldest Spanish settlement on the Baja peninsula.
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.
Our ride continues north on Highway 1 through the vast desert landscape of Valle de los Cirios. The desert is full of a large variety plants including the Dr. Suess-looking Cirio tree. After a lunch stop in Catavina we wind through twisty roads back toward the Pacific coast and finally to our beach front hotel in San Quintin where a beachside bonfire and cold drinks awaits us.
We leave the beautiful beach of San Quintin and are on our way to Ensenada. The port city boasts a scenic setting, pleasant weather, duty free shopping, fine sport fishing and close proximity to the United States. Ensenada is famous for it's fish tacos and Hussong's Cantina, Baja's oldest bar. Enjoy your last evening south of the border.
Today your trip will take you back into the United States. We take Hwy 3 out of Ensenada and enjoy a scenic ride through the vineyards of Valle de Guadalupe towards the Mexico/U.S. border at Tecate. Once back in the US, we’ll ride through some great motorcycle roads in the eastern San Diego countryside as we make our way to the coast in San Diego. After a lunch stop we'll head into Los Angeles. It is a bitter sweet feeling as it is now time to return our bikes at EagleRider‘s LAX location with images of Baja swirling in our heads.
Today it is time to say good-bye to your newly-made friends. We hope to see you again for a new adventure on two wheels.
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