Biking is brilliant in Brazil with GlobeBusters
GlobeBusters have added a brand new Brazilian tour to their 2016 schedule, offering adventure-seeking riders with limited free time an opportunity to explore South America’s most vibrant country.
Following in the tracks of David Beckham, who rode a Triumph Bonneville through Brazil for the BBC documentary ‘Into the Unknown’, this 17-day, 2000-mile trip gives motorcyclists a chance to experience Brazil’s rain forests and wild, rhythm-filled cities; enchanting colonial towns; dramatic red-rock canyons; thundering waterfalls and tropical beaches
Highlights include the pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of Florianopolis Island; the twisting mountain roads of Santa Catarina; the Foz do Iguaçu waterfall, which straddles the border with Argentina; and the breathtaking lakes, stalactite formations, waterfalls and rivers of the Bonito Caves.
Teaming up with Triumph Brazil, the trip is unique to GlobeBusters – no other British motorcycle tour operator offers anything like it.
Riders have the option of hiring either a Triumph Tiger 800XC or Explorer 1200, complete with luggage. The route is 90% paved roads, so only a small amount of off-road experience is needed. A GlobeBusters tour leader and a mechanic, with support vehicle, will accompany the group.
Running from 19th August to 5th September 2016, prices start from £5,595* and include bike hire, 4-star hotel bed and breakfast accommodation; entrance to the main attractions en-route; airport transfers at start/end of tour; departure handbook, with maps, daily route notes and GPS. Plus access to the GlobeBusters Team pre-departure for individual advice on preparing for the trip.
Visit www.globebusters.com, call 08452 304 015 or talk to GlobeBusters at Motorcycle Live (Hall 3, Stand E02) for an itinerary and full details of the trip.
* Tour price does not include flights.