Panamerican Tour


COSTA RICA – NICARAGUA – HONDURAS

Selva Negra-  meaning Black Forest – is a sustainable coffee plantation in the cloudforest of Matagalpa ( Nicaragua ) founded by Germans in 1880 and named after the German black forest.

Granada is a town known for its rich history, dating back to the days of the spanish conquistadors and the days of William Walker. Here you find unique colonial architecture with horse-drawn carriages.

Playa Samara and Playa Carillo : the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica on the peninsula Nicoya.

The highest point of the Panamerican Road in Central America known as the “cerro de la muerto” at 3000 m above sea level.

The majestic Irazú volcano offers an endless number of curves and turns, until the road climbs up to the peak at 11.000 feet.

The  Arenal lake with a tremendous view of the majestic, still active  Arenal volcano.

The highest waterfall of Honduras called „Pulhapanzak” with a magnificient cascade of 40m .

  Panamerican Highway from Honduras to Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Day 1: Arrival at       San Pedro Sula / airport       and transfer to our hotel . Greeting by our tourguide and briefing of the motorcycle tour. Overnight in San Pedro Sula .

Day 2: San Pedro Sula – Logo de Yohoa (110km)
After handing over the motorcycles we leave San Pedro Sula and take a scenic ride on a paved road towards Lago de Yohoa splendidly set among tropical vegetation. We will stop at the lake for lunch where many little restaurants offer a beautiful view .We climb up the NP Azul meamber and stay overnight at a lodge overlooking the lake.

Day 3: Lago de Yohoa       – Danli         ( 273 km )
On our way to the southern part of Honduras we will pass the capital of Honduras ( Tegucigalpa) until we get into Danli, where they make world famous handrolled cigars, because there is much tabacco grown in this area. Overnight in Danli.

Day 4:       Border of Nicaragua to Matagalpa  ( 218 km )
 We follow a mountainous road towards Las Manos, the border of Nicaragua. Crossing the border from one country to another in Central America is relatively easy except when it comes to going into Nicaragua. They ask for a lot of paperwork, so take your time. We will pass on to Jinotega and finally get to the cloudforest of Matagalpa. Near the town of Matagalpa we stop at Selva Negra, which means Black Forest. Selva Negra is a sustainable coffee plantation founded by Germans in 1880 and named after the German black forest. Overnight at Selva Negra.

Day 5: Volcano Masaya and Granada      (200km)      
In the morning we have time to join a coffee tour at the plantation. Around lunchtime we leave the highlands of Selva Negra and head down to the Apoyo Lagoon. The lagoon was created when a volcano erupted hundreds of thousands of years ago. Then we go for a visit of Masaya Volcano, once listed as “extinct,” Masaya volcano stands about 600 meters (2000 feet) high and lies some 30 kilometers away from the colonial town of Granada. It is a town known for its rich history, dating back to the days of the spanish conquistadors and the days of William Walker. Here you find unique colonial architecture with horse-drawn carriages. Overnight in Granada .

Day 6: Border Costa Rica – Curubande     ( 180 km )
On our way to the border we pass a couple of majestic volcanoes. We continue our ride on the Panamerican Highway CA 1 to the border of Costa Rica. Having crossed the border we turn towards Limon. Overnight at a farm in Curubande

Day 7: Costa Rica / Playa Samara            ( 185 km )
We head to to the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica on the peninsula Nicoya. We follow a winding dirt road until we reach the Pacific ocean and pass along the coastline until we reach Samara :  a perfect place for relaxing on coconut framed beaches. Overnight in Samara .

Day 8 : Costa Rica / Playa Samara
We take a day off : Samara’s laidback vibe allows for rest and relaxation. Its village offers a number of services: stores, restaurants, hotels, and a small selection of bars as well as snorkeling and scuba diving around the coral environments. Overnight in Samara.

Day 9: Costa Rica / Puntarenas            ( 190 km )
Shortly after Samara we pass the bay of Carillo framed by coconut trees. It is one the most picturesque beach scenes in Costa Rica. As you leave playa Carillo there will be some tremendous trails and some river crossings heading to Montezuma where we hit the paved road again on our way to the ferry to Puntarenas. The ferry ride is approximately one hour. We stay overnight in Puntarenas.

Day 10: Costa Rica / Playa Dominical        ( 195 km )
After Puntarenas we stay on a four lane highway towards Jaco Beach. On our way to the South there are some famous beach towns like Playa Hermosa and Playa Bejuco until we get into Playa Dominical where we stay overnight.

Day 11: Costa Rica / Volcano Irazu / Orosi   ( 167 km )
Today we will head high up into the mountains overlooking the ocean. At San Isidro del General we hit the Panamerican Highway again and cross the highest point of the Panamerican Road in Central America known as the “cerro de la muerto” at 3000 m above sea level. Overnight in Orosi , a mountainous village famous for it’s coffee plantations facing the volcano Irazu.

Day 12: Costa Rica / Volcano Irazu            ( 125 km )
After leaving Orosi and passing Carthago, we turn off the highway and start climbing the majestic Irazú volcano with an endless number of curves and turns,we will reach the peak at 11.000 feet. Having visited the impressive volcano with its green lagoon we will return to Orosi to spend another night there.

Day 13: Costa Rica / La Fortuna     ( 237 km )
After breakfast we willl depart for the Arenal lake and the majestic, still active Arenal volcano. We will stay overnight in La Fortuna a famous, touristic site with a tremendous view of the active volcano.

Day 14: Costa Rica / Lago Arenal         ( 150 km )
A small, paved road takes us on a scenic ride around the Arenal lake, until we get to the entrance of the Arenal Hanging Bridges. The Arenal Hanging Bridges are a complex of trails and bridges through the rain forest that was developed for the purpose of ecotourism. The main goals are the observation of nature and its protection. The private reserve of almost 250 hectares of tropical rain forest houses a high local diversity of animal and plant species.Overnight in La Fortuna

Day 15: Border Nicaragua – San Juan    ( 257 km )
We follow a mountainous road towards the border of Nicaragua.  Crossing the border  from one country to another in Central America is relatively easy except when it comes to going into Nicaragua. They ask for a lot of paperwork, so take your time. We will then pass on to San Juan , a little coastal town located at the Pacific ocean where we stay overnight.

Day 16: Nicaragua / Leon de los Caballeros ( 220 km )
A new highway takes us to the city of León located about 100 km from Managua. León has always been one of the most important cities of Nicaragua, both from economical as cultural perspective. The city functioned several times as the capital city after Nicaragua’s independence from Spain in 1821. León still has an architecturally interesting center with many old, colonial houses, streets, monuments, and churches.Overnight in León

Day 17: Border Honduras to Nacaome         ( 223 km ) 
Ride on the legendary Panamericana CA 1.to the border of Hondzras. Then we continue to  San Lorenzo at the Golfo de Fonseca. Overnight in Nacaome.

Day 18:  Lago de Yohoa                 ( 248 km ) 
Depending on weather and road conditions we turn off to a mountainous dirt road to Lago de Yoho splendidly set among tropical vegetation. We will stop at the lake and stay overnight at Lago de Yohoa.

Day 19: San Pedro Sula    ( 110 km ) 
After breakfast we take a trip on a paved road to the highest waterfall of Honduras called „Pulhapanzak” with a magnificient cascade of 40m . It is located in a kind of park with tropical plants and there is a place to swim in the river. In the afternoon we ride back to San Pedro Sula where the tour ends . Overnight in San Pedro Sula

Day 20:  Departure
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Or extension of your vacation on the Bay Islands for snorkeling or diving..

Lenght : 20 days / 19 nights

Total Distance :  3200 km

Distance Per Day : 80 – 300 km

Road Condition :  mostly on good pavement, some dirt roads along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica ( 150 km )

Motorcycle : Yamaha XT 600 E / XT 660 R

Riding Skills: dirt road exprience helpful ,

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COSTA RICA – NICARAGUA – HONDURAS

Selva Negra-  meaning Black Forest – is a sustainable coffee plantation in the cloudforest of Matagalpa ( Nicaragua ) founded by Germans in 1880 and named after the German black forest.

Granada is a town known for its rich history, dating back to the days of the spanish conquistadors and the days of William Walker. Here you find unique colonial architecture with horse-drawn carriages.

Playa Samara and Playa Carillo : the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica on the peninsula Nicoya.

The highest point of the Panamerican Road in Central America known as the “cerro de la muerto” at 3000 m above sea level.

The majestic Irazú volcano offers an endless number of curves and turns, until the road climbs up to the peak at 11.000 feet.

The  Arenal lake with a tremendous view of the majestic, still active  Arenal volcano.

The highest waterfall of Honduras called „Pulhapanzak” with a magnificient cascade of 40m .

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  Panamerican Highway from Honduras to Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Day 1: Arrival at       San Pedro Sula / airport       and transfer to our hotel . Greeting by our tourguide and briefing of the motorcycle tour. Overnight in San Pedro Sula .

Day 2: San Pedro Sula – Logo de Yohoa (110km)
After handing over the motorcycles we leave San Pedro Sula and take a scenic ride on a paved road towards Lago de Yohoa splendidly set among tropical vegetation. We will stop at the lake for lunch where many little restaurants offer a beautiful view .We climb up the NP Azul meamber and stay overnight at a lodge overlooking the lake.

Day 3: Lago de Yohoa       – Danli         ( 273 km )
On our way to the southern part of Honduras we will pass the capital of Honduras ( Tegucigalpa) until we get into Danli, where they make world famous handrolled cigars, because there is much tabacco grown in this area. Overnight in Danli.

Day 4:       Border of Nicaragua to Matagalpa  ( 218 km )
 We follow a mountainous road towards Las Manos, the border of Nicaragua. Crossing the border from one country to another in Central America is relatively easy except when it comes to going into Nicaragua. They ask for a lot of paperwork, so take your time. We will pass on to Jinotega and finally get to the cloudforest of Matagalpa. Near the town of Matagalpa we stop at Selva Negra, which means Black Forest. Selva Negra is a sustainable coffee plantation founded by Germans in 1880 and named after the German black forest. Overnight at Selva Negra.

Day 5: Volcano Masaya and Granada      (200km)      
In the morning we have time to join a coffee tour at the plantation. Around lunchtime we leave the highlands of Selva Negra and head down to the Apoyo Lagoon. The lagoon was created when a volcano erupted hundreds of thousands of years ago. Then we go for a visit of Masaya Volcano, once listed as “extinct,” Masaya volcano stands about 600 meters (2000 feet) high and lies some 30 kilometers away from the colonial town of Granada. It is a town known for its rich history, dating back to the days of the spanish conquistadors and the days of William Walker. Here you find unique colonial architecture with horse-drawn carriages. Overnight in Granada .

Day 6: Border Costa Rica – Curubande     ( 180 km )
On our way to the border we pass a couple of majestic volcanoes. We continue our ride on the Panamerican Highway CA 1 to the border of Costa Rica. Having crossed the border we turn towards Limon. Overnight at a farm in Curubande

Day 7: Costa Rica / Playa Samara            ( 185 km )
We head to to the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica on the peninsula Nicoya. We follow a winding dirt road until we reach the Pacific ocean and pass along the coastline until we reach Samara :  a perfect place for relaxing on coconut framed beaches. Overnight in Samara .

Day 8 : Costa Rica / Playa Samara
We take a day off : Samara’s laidback vibe allows for rest and relaxation. Its village offers a number of services: stores, restaurants, hotels, and a small selection of bars as well as snorkeling and scuba diving around the coral environments. Overnight in Samara.

Day 9: Costa Rica / Puntarenas            ( 190 km )
Shortly after Samara we pass the bay of Carillo framed by coconut trees. It is one the most picturesque beach scenes in Costa Rica. As you leave playa Carillo there will be some tremendous trails and some river crossings heading to Montezuma where we hit the paved road again on our way to the ferry to Puntarenas. The ferry ride is approximately one hour. We stay overnight in Puntarenas.

Day 10: Costa Rica / Playa Dominical        ( 195 km )
After Puntarenas we stay on a four lane highway towards Jaco Beach. On our way to the South there are some famous beach towns like Playa Hermosa and Playa Bejuco until we get into Playa Dominical where we stay overnight.

Day 11: Costa Rica / Volcano Irazu / Orosi   ( 167 km )
Today we will head high up into the mountains overlooking the ocean. At San Isidro del General we hit the Panamerican Highway again and cross the highest point of the Panamerican Road in Central America known as the “cerro de la muerto” at 3000 m above sea level. Overnight in Orosi , a mountainous village famous for it’s coffee plantations facing the volcano Irazu.

Day 12: Costa Rica / Volcano Irazu            ( 125 km )
After leaving Orosi and passing Carthago, we turn off the highway and start climbing the majestic Irazú volcano with an endless number of curves and turns,we will reach the peak at 11.000 feet. Having visited the impressive volcano with its green lagoon we will return to Orosi to spend another night there.

Day 13: Costa Rica / La Fortuna     ( 237 km )
After breakfast we willl depart for the Arenal lake and the majestic, still active Arenal volcano. We will stay overnight in La Fortuna a famous, touristic site with a tremendous view of the active volcano.

Day 14: Costa Rica / Lago Arenal         ( 150 km )
A small, paved road takes us on a scenic ride around the Arenal lake, until we get to the entrance of the Arenal Hanging Bridges. The Arenal Hanging Bridges are a complex of trails and bridges through the rain forest that was developed for the purpose of ecotourism. The main goals are the observation of nature and its protection. The private reserve of almost 250 hectares of tropical rain forest houses a high local diversity of animal and plant species.Overnight in La Fortuna

Day 15: Border Nicaragua – San Juan    ( 257 km )
We follow a mountainous road towards the border of Nicaragua.  Crossing the border  from one country to another in Central America is relatively easy except when it comes to going into Nicaragua. They ask for a lot of paperwork, so take your time. We will then pass on to San Juan , a little coastal town located at the Pacific ocean where we stay overnight.

Day 16: Nicaragua / Leon de los Caballeros ( 220 km )
A new highway takes us to the city of León located about 100 km from Managua. León has always been one of the most important cities of Nicaragua, both from economical as cultural perspective. The city functioned several times as the capital city after Nicaragua’s independence from Spain in 1821. León still has an architecturally interesting center with many old, colonial houses, streets, monuments, and churches.Overnight in León

Day 17: Border Honduras to Nacaome         ( 223 km ) 
Ride on the legendary Panamericana CA 1.to the border of Hondzras. Then we continue to  San Lorenzo at the Golfo de Fonseca. Overnight in Nacaome.

Day 18:  Lago de Yohoa                 ( 248 km ) 
Depending on weather and road conditions we turn off to a mountainous dirt road to Lago de Yoho splendidly set among tropical vegetation. We will stop at the lake and stay overnight at Lago de Yohoa.

Day 19: San Pedro Sula    ( 110 km ) 
After breakfast we take a trip on a paved road to the highest waterfall of Honduras called „Pulhapanzak” with a magnificient cascade of 40m . It is located in a kind of park with tropical plants and there is a place to swim in the river. In the afternoon we ride back to San Pedro Sula where the tour ends . Overnight in San Pedro Sula

Day 20:  Departure
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Or extension of your vacation on the Bay Islands for snorkeling or diving..

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Lenght : 20 days / 19 nights

Total Distance :  3200 km

Distance Per Day : 80 – 300 km

Road Condition :  mostly on good pavement, some dirt roads along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica ( 150 km )

Motorcycle : Yamaha XT 600 E / XT 660 R

Riding Skills: dirt road exprience helpful ,

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