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Trip Highlights
  • Luxurious Thailand beaches
  • Paradise island of Phuket
  • Exotic landscapes from coconut tree farms to rubber plantations
  • Thailand’s rich culture
7 nights from£1485.00
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Southern Thailand Road Biking

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What we love About Southern Thailand Road Biking

We love...Scenic Riding
Your trip will be a mix of coastal and inland riding, taking you along smooth tarmacked roads, parallel to golden sandy beaches and amongst incredible tranquil scenery throughout the whole journey.
We love...Rich Thai Culture
As you ride around southern Thailand, you will explore the rich culture of the country. From towering pagoda's to small villages and traditional lifestyles, this trip provides the best introduction to Thai culture.
We love...Meeting Like Minded People
This is a group ride so you will get to ride with like minded people as you explore the fascinating region of southern Thailand and Phuket.

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Day by Day

Day 1Arrival

Arrive in Nakhon Si Thammarat and bond with your fellow cyclists on a city tour, where you’ll visit a 56m high pagoda. Covered with a 24ct gold top Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan is a beautiful sight.

Day 2Nakhon Si Thammarat to Khanom Beach
Total distance107kmTotal climb445m

Cycle north and take in the atmosphere and views, predominately of the Gulf of Thailand with occasional succulent greenery. Lunch will be delicious, locally sourced seafood to give you energy for a few afternoon hills. Your end destination for the day is Khanom.

Day 3Khanom Beach to Cheow Larn Lake
Total distance100kmTotal climb920m

Today’s scenery is colourful and fascinating, from the coconut and rubber plantations to the small villages and beautiful coastline. You will finish in Cheow Larn lake, where you will stay on rafts, which can be reached from boats and provide a direct platform for a swim.

Day 4Cheow Larn Lake to Khao Sok
Total distance56kmTotal climb500m

A partial rest day to recover from yesterday. Enjoy the morning off, whether you go kayaking or simply chill out. Today’s cycling takes us through twists and turns of limestone caves and lavish jungle to the Khao Sok National Park, where our riverside lodge awaits.

Day 5Khao Sok to Khao Lak
Total distance106kmTotal climb835m

Start today cycling the outskirts of Khao Sok National Park, reaching Takua. Take a look at the wooden houses and Portuguese architecture. Cool down from today’s cycling in the Sai Rung waterfall before relaxing in our beach side hotel.

Day 6Khao Lak to Phuket
Total distance82kmTotal climb655m

Toady’s a treat for the sense. Cycling alongside canals, take in the exotic atmosphere, filled with rubber plantations, shrimp farms and palm trees. Listen to the hushing sound of waves as you cycle along the bridge connecting Phuket to the mainland.

Day 7Phuket Loop
Total distance115kmTotal climb1350m

Today’s cycling takes you around this stunning island. A relatively easy ride, with the occasional hill, allowing you to take in the tranquil scenery of plantations and paradise beaches.

Day 8Departure

The white sand beaches and crystal blue seas make Phuket the perfect place for rest and relaxation after a hard weeks cycling. It will be time to say goodbye to your fellow cyclists after an incredible trip.

Key Stats

8day holiday
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100km avg
Expect to ride an average of 100km per day
785m avg
Expect to climb an average of 785m per day

How's the Weather? in Southern Thailand

Warm, Dry SeasonNovember to March
The best time to visit Phuket straddles the new year. Mainland Thailand blocks the northern monsoon rains, leaving only cool breezes and blue skies. Humidity is at its lowest at this point.
Hot & Dry SeasonApril to May
The hottest weather is in April and May, with temperatures rarely under 27°C and peaking at 36°C. Humidity is high at this time.
Warm & Showery SeasonJune to August
June, July and August are a great time to visit as the weather is generally fine. The usual pattern is for brief showers, with plenty of sunshine between the rain.
The Wet SeasonSeptember to early October
These months see the heaviest rainfall and the roughest seas. However, given the climate, even at this time, there are usually long sunny spells between the showers.

Area InformationFor Southern Thailand

Large towns give way to small fishing villages and quiet beach life. You will ride along the narrow straits of southern Thailand as you head towards the beautiful island of Phuket. Enjoy the warm sunshine on your back and eat fresh local cuisine every day on this epic ride to the beaches.

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