We will be pick you up at Chiang Mai Airport and take you to our hotel in Chiang Mai. We will fit your bike then take a short introductory ride around the old city to get a feel for your new whee...Show More
Today we leave the busy city behind and head out into the countryside of Mae Jo. Our scenic route follows the canal to the Ping River, passing rice plantations, villages and local markets. There ...Show More
This morning, we take the chance to walk through unspoilt jungle on a short trek and visit a local village. We then jump back in the saddle and ride out from Mae Rim. We will cycle to the waterfa...Show More
This morning we transfer over the mountains to Chiang Dao, where the day's cycling begins. The first stop takes us to the Chiang Dao Caves. We will spend some time at the caves before cycling off...Show More
We head out early this morning and cycle along the quiet back roads of Fang. The ride passes through mesmerizing scenery, along country lanes that weave between the rice fields, before reaching l...Show More
We make an early start today and after a transfer, we head into the jungle and past rubber tree plantations. We stop for lunch at a local restaurant which serves the best food in Phayao. In the a...Show More
Today we ride out to Lake Phayao along a route that is set against the impressive backdrop of the 1,826-meter-high mountain, Doi Bussacarun. The day's cycling ends in a quiet village in the g...Show More
We are off our bikes for the final day and we will transfer over the picturesque mountains of Doi Bussacarun. En route there will chances to stop at viewpoints and sample local barbecued treats f...Show More
We will transfer you to Chiang Mai for your flight home.
Thailand’s northern mountains provide a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of its cities. Deep in the Thai highlands lie wondrous cultural treasures and stunning scenery framed by unexplored forests. We head deep into the wilderness to experience empire ruins and the tranquil silence only broken by the occasional snapping twig beneath your wheels.
We will head towards the Laos border and the province of Phayao, into areas mostly unexplored by tourists and experience probably the most picturesque sunsets that Asia can offer.
The dry season runs from November to June, with little if any rain expected throughout the region for much of this time. This makes cycling a real pleasure during these months, especially early in the year when the weather becomes very warm. Cycling can still be enjoyed from May-June during the early parts of the rainy season as the rains tend to be short downpours. August and September are usually too wet to cycle.