The engines are running, the daylight is shining … and we are waiting to hear from you!
At SouthAmerica Moto Tours we try to make every aspect of your trip as easy and simple as possible. Not only your trip … but also reservations and planning. We do not like to call the following “Rules”, but we have some policies designed to ensure maximum enjoyment and minimal potential for confusion in the future. Since we plan our accommodations and other arrangements months in advance, this ensures that our guests are given priority and personal service from start to finish.
Experience has taught us that, as much as we would like, we can not count drivers who SAY they are going – we count DEPOSITS. Since the operation of each tour depends on achieving a minimum number of participants, we ask for a deposit of 10% of the tour price per person at the time of booking. This must be paid through PayPal or credit card. Download the appropriate REGISTRATION FORM and send it by e-mail or inform us if you need the forms. If you prefer, you can contact us by phone to relay your credit card information. Full payment must be made by the enrollment closing date specified on the SouthAmerica Moto website for each tour.
Cancellations – Your deposit is refundable until the registration deadline for your tour, less a $ 200 per person charge. If you cancel less than 60 days but more than 30 days before the date of the tour, we will reimburse 50% of the tour price. No refunds will be made for cancellations less than 30 days prior to the date of the tour. If a tour is canceled by SouthAmerica Moto Tours for any reason, you will receive a full refund of everything you have paid us. We can not refund the cost of “non-refundable” airline tickets.
Unless otherwise noted, guided tours have a maximum of twelve and a minimum of five motorcycles in addition to our tour staff. If a tour has less than the minimum number of passengers, we will offer the opportunity to pay a supplementary fee before making a decision to cancel the Tour.
Fuel, meals (additional to breakfast), snacks, tolls, insurance, alcoholic beverages and incidental or personal items are your responsibility.