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Got to have this ticked off my list. I used Freak Out. Very safe. Bikes and jackets etc has their days but still in good condition. For adventure seekers, there are a lot of photo stops/safety too. So you might want to check more adventurous...More
I have made use of gravity operator. The gear well maintained and good bikes. It was well orginised and kirsten the leader of the group, Nate and cristian were highly proffesional. At all the stops the next section of the road were explained what to...More
Aka Pacha personnel told our group that we did not need plastic boots to climb this mountain, and when we arrived, our guides told us we could not climb as we didn't have the proper gear. No refund was given, and we were left very...More
The death road was an excellent tour with the company aka pacha travel, very good guide Limbert very kind and attentive, good transport, good food, I really recommend the price is reasonable with a full suspension bike.
It was amazing
The death road is amazing! A very good experience and good fun!!
But avoid Barro biking... The cancelled our tour five minutes before the departure! No help for searching another agency! No insight for giving back the money! A bad agency! Take another!!
Amazing views and the title of "Death Road Survivor" make this an absolute must-do. Had the most incredible time with Barracuda biking and never felt in danger once. Don't let fear stop you from this unbelievable experience.
The Ride On Tour was one of my highlights on the tour. Ride On is a family business that has been around for 3 years. They have local guides who know the way inside out. After each break the brakes were checked. We were a...More
Breakfast and lunch usually included
Great views in both parts
The first part helps you get accustomed to the bike
Not actually that dangerous
Great restaurants/food at the end
If you get stuck behind slow riders it can affect your experience so set...More
Well - I am thinking you might be able to find someone to help you with this but it will take some discussions with individuals - taxis etc. I am not sure where 15 km gets you to - but you might go to Coroico and then go... More
Well - I am thinking you might be able to find someone to help you with this but it will take some discussions with individuals - taxis etc. I am not sure where 15 km gets you to - but you might go to Coroico and then go from there to Caranavi by foot. I know you could get a taxi from La Paz to Coroico but the best part of the road is probably before Coroico. So you might try running to Coroico. and then go back to La Paz or head on from there to Caranavi and then taxi back to La Paz. I could ask a friend there who is an adventurer type person if you like.
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I did it in August on my 60th birthday. I DO cycle a bit and didn't find it too taxing as its all down hill. Hands are bound to get tired from all the vibration. I got a private ride back up a different road as I came off my... More
I did it in August on my 60th birthday. I DO cycle a bit and didn't find it too taxing as its all down hill. Hands are bound to get tired from all the vibration. I got a private ride back up a different road as I came off my bike 3/4 of the way down and broke my collarbone.😎 I would suggest getting some bike gloves to help hands and looking into meds for altitude. Great trip and I'd do it again although a little slower