Millen Adventures announces what is covered in the cost in the description of each event. What can you expect?
– Course navigation by an experienced, highly trained team of off road race proven professionals.
– Professional mechanics ready to fix any problems you may encounter.
– Lead truck and sweep truck on trail.
– Chase truck with mobile work shop on the highway.
– Parts: Millen Adventures carries everything from drive shafts, wheels and tires, to factory suspension parts. If a part needs to be used on your truck then you pay our cost for the part and the labor is covered with your entree fee.
What is not included? Hotel (except for events in Baja), fuel, trail food and drinks.
Each adventure has different costs associated with them. Millen Adventures announces the cost in the description of each event. Costs depend on were the adventure is going, if permits are needed, how many staff members are going, and Millen Adventure vehicles.
Generally little to no off-road experience is needed on a Millen Adventure. We are there to bring you “up-to-speed”!
While Millen Adventures is primarily focused on Toyotas we welcome all vehicles. We will be limited on spare parts that can be offered for makes other than Toyotas however we will have tools and technical support.
Make sure to check the weather before your trip. The desert can have extreme temperature from very cold in the winter to extremely hot in the summer. Layers are always recommended.
Millen Adventures has a fully stocked chase truck with all tools necessary for the trip as well as spare parts for Toyotas. If you feel the need to bring your own tools, you are welcome to do so.
Yes! If you plan to bring your dog down to Mexico, there are a few things you must do first. We will be happy to help.
You will be responsible for your fuel, auto insurance, and gratuity. It’s always good to bring emergency cash in small bills.
Millen Adventures typically stays in hotels or rental homes. These accommodations can be rustic in nature. Occasional trips will be designated for camping.
In general we will be staying in hotels or other similar accommodations. Camping will be only on specifically designated trips.
NO! Firearms are illegal in Mexico.
Mexico is a 3rd world country. Anytime you travel to a 3rd world country you should conduct yourself responsibly and with caution.
You will need to purchase Mexican because most American insurance companies do not provide coverage while in Mexico. It is against the law to be uninsured in Mexico.