BoliviaMotors is the leading motorcycle tour and rental operator in Bolivia, South America. Kiwi owned and operated, BoliviaMotors provides the best possible motorcycle travel experience. We offer the largest, most modern fleet of motorycles in Bolivia and no one can match our experience. Try us, you won't be disappointed.


DAKAR 2016

Watch your favourite Dakar heroes tackle the world's toughest race whilst traversing stunning landscapes by motorcycle. We'll take advantage of our partnership with PeruMotors by beginning our tour with an amazing ride through the best of Peru before crossing into Bolivia, watching the Dakar and then continuing on to see some of Bolivia's key highlights. This tour makes the most of our unique ability to swap bikes at the border - saving you time and ensuring the best tour experience possible.


4x4 Rental Fleet Acquired

We are super excited to announce that we have recently acquired Petita RentaCar giving BoliviaMotors access to a fleet of rugged 4x4 vehicles to offer for hire or tours. Petita Rent a Car has a stellar reputation as South America’s best 4x4 hire company and we intend to ensure that reputation lives on while growing and modernizing the business. 

BoliviaMotors will now be offering dedicated 4x4 tours as well as the option to add a 4x4 to some of our motorcycle tours for those unable or unwilling to ride a motorcycle.

We can also offer self-drive hire if you wish to do your own thing - with one-way trips ending anywhere in South America.

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Bolivia Bound becomes BoliviaMotors

Two of South America’s leading motorcycle tour companies, PeruMotors and Bolivia Bound, have recently joined forces to form BoliviaMotors. BoliviaMotors will now be the biggest and best equipped motorcycle tour operator in Bolivia. We have the biggest motorcycle fleet with full workshop facilities, hire equipment and support staff. In addition to our already extensive tour offerings we can now run cross border tours without the headaches and time loss we’ve faced in the past – simply leave your bike on one side of the border and get on an identical bike on the other side. One-way tours starting in Bolivia and ending in Peru and vice versa are now a reality.