How does it work?
Are you interested in our guided tours and want to know more about it? .... here a few useful infos:
Mattia ( @sanjuanico_biketours ) will be your host and guide. 37 y/o, born and raised in the Italian Dolomites, traveled great part of the world and now very well acclimatized in Mexico with his family.
Besides San Juanico being the only little village in the area with an actual team of trained firefighters ready for rescues, we count with satellite emergency device to comunicate in the remote canyons and the local knowledge of language and local families that are always willing to help.
Bring your own bike!.... and proper gear.
Baja is beautiful and tough, so here is what we suggest you to have:
mid/fat (2.8"up) tubeless tyres (or at least with rubber inner protection like Tannus Armour), room on your bike for 6L of water (especially for multiple days rides), personal camping gear, small first aid kit, sunglasses, sunscreen, cold weather puffy jacket, important bike specific spare parts, your own travel insurance
Can't go wrong with that!....especially if Mamá Francesca takes care of you.
Our family is been making the best Italian food in Baja for the last 13 years no matter if it's to pack up and take it with you or to enjoy on our desert view terrace. Different local restaurants meals are also included and the love of fresh goat cheese and beans burritos is always ready in the ranches along the trails.
If you're not camping or out in one of the nice hacienda hotels you'll be enjoying our confortable cozy fully equipped bungalows that can sleep up the 6 people. For large groups we can accommodate riders in neighbors rentals that cooperate with us.
We come get you at the airport. Try to land to either Loreto or La Paz and transportation for your group and your gear it's included.