FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What type of clothing do i need to ride?

Riding gear, boots, helmet, protection and camelbak. We have rental equipment for $300 usd.

What happens if i get hurt?

There are clinics/doctors in most small towns with transportation to larger hospitals. We also carry a first aid kit for basic needs.

If i fall & i break the bike?

We have a damage liability contract which you sign before hand, and we will charge you the amount of the damage part at usa rate. Motor problems will not be charge to the clients.

When is the best time to ride?

July, August and September are the hottest months in Baja and we do not recomend to do any tours on these months. October through June is the best season to ride.

What should i bring?

Sunscreen, hat, sandals, camera (batteries & chargers), swimsuit, beach attire. Please remember to let your bank & credit card people know that you will be traveling to Mexico so that you don’t have any trouble when withdrawing money. Also, if you’re taking any medication please bring it with you (and your prescription), there are farmacies but you never know if you’ll find the exact medication you need.

What not to bring?

Absolutely no drugs/weapons

How's the food?

Baja has some of the best foods wether it’s steak, seafood, and of course the traditional Mexican food!

Is riding in Baja dangerous?

Motorcycle riding is dangerous no matter where you’re riding. Just remember, we are in very remote areas, USE YOUR HEAD/COMMON SENSE. We are not racing here, we are trail riding.

What if i'm lost?

There will be 2 guides, one leading and the other in the back to ensure that no one gets lost or is left behind.

Why choose Condor Baja Tours?

We know that you have plenty of other options; we know the Baja terrain and the people who live here, Baja California has been our home for more than 10 years.

Our groups are small so that we’re able to give you a better service; we offer a layover day to give you the oportunity to do other activities (fishing, whale watching, diving, etc., depending of the location) or simply enjoy a day at the beach or relaxing by the pool.