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No Fear Adventure, La Paz
(3.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Is one of the cheapest agencies that operate the downhill rides on the road of death. However, give very little support. I had a serious accident in one of the first sections of the course and I got multiple fractures. Just called the ambulance and sent one of the guides to accompany me to the hospital until the end of the day I was traveling alone and without insurance, and the Agency has not helped me establish contact with my family nor expressed any kind of concern for me after the first day of hospitalization. I had to depend on the solidarity of the escorts of other patients at the hospital to get help from my family in Brazil. After I heard that perform a breakfast get-together before the tour, for which neither invited me.
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  • I had a great day on the Death Road with No Fear. The bike was a little worn out, but fine and I felt save using it. (I chose the second best bike with hydraulic disc brakes and front suspension). The...  more »
  • The cycling of the death road was perfectly arranged. Because of strikes, we could not on the ' normal ' place the death road we are on and the death road first driving with the bus. This was the only company that did this, the rest is probably returned to La Paz. The way back from the end of the death road to La Paz was a horror. The guide had a friend of his brought along and as a couple they have it well on a boozing. They were extremely drunk and shouted by all together. It was a big embarrassment, which lasted 3 hours. We had to stop several times en route, because the two drunk heads had to pee. We, as a group, did not know what happened to us. Another downside was, was that I could give my allergies. I had indicated that I have no gluten and also quite clearly what I then do or do not. Well, breakfast consisted of bread. And for me there was than eeh, sap. Luckily I always have some with me, because otherwise it was a disaster. The snack was bread with egg, so had the Guide for me a banana (and a chocolate cookie that I should not). Luckily it was a buffet lunch, so there I could of have dinner. Conclusion: you can give your allergies by, but there is nothing to do.
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  • Great experience, but as incredible as it may seem the treatment to domestic tourists is not very good. We are a country different from that I'm sure, but two officials did us bad side, shedding regionalist reviews. Please remember that a service is provided is not a discussion group. I put three stars because I repeat. the experience was unique in spite of those two officials.
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