"My sister and I had a great time. I'm in L.A, she lives in Beijing so she does not get a chance to cycle, but she sure loves eating and we both like wine so it was the perfect chance for us to enjoy lots of fresh air. " - Jimmy, Los Angeles.
As with all of Thailand, this location is agriculturally rich. The rolling hills are also an ideal place for dairies and we'll pass many on our bicycle ride.
We'll also visit a few temples like the amazing 45 metre tall white Buddha at Wat Theppitak Punnaram. In the Asoke Valley, the vineyards and dairy farms coincide side by side you'll discover a wonderful little escape from Bangkok that combines fun bicycle paths with some wine tasting and plentiful delicious Thai food.
This easy going Thailand bicycle tour operates on a Join-In basis and consists of 38 km over two days on paved roads that are in good condition and on dirt tracks. There are a some ups and downs, but generally the riding is easy and requires no technical skill. This tour has been designed for people who enjoy the countryside. This is a side of Thailand that you should see. If you have a penchant for good wine and good food, this short but sweet trip is sure to be a highlight!
The tour guide has expert knowledge of the area and terrain and that means that you always know what is coming up next. The air conditioned support van follow you and the constant supply of cold drinks and fresh fruit while riding make sure that you are well nourished. You are very well looked after! Relax and enjoy.
You are led by a local English-speaking tour guides who are well informed in the history and culture of the area where you are biking. The guides enjoy talking with you about local ways of life.
All bikes are very well maintained and we use well-known makes of hybrid or mountain bikes with lightweight alloy frames, 24- to 27-speed, v-brakes and Shimano components and front suspension.
Meals are included and are delicous and nutricious. We know you will love it. We can accommodate special dietary requirements if you et us know when you book please.
There will be plenty of cold water, some energy-restoring local fruit and soft drinks which are all included in your tour price. You will want for nothing!
The routes are scenic and you are assured of a smooth ride on the best terrain on road or dirt. We have carefully chosen our lodgings to give you a comfortable overnight stay. Please read the itinerary for the names of places where we will stay.
Good quality tarmac roads or dirt tracks over primarily flat terrain with a few small hills, mixing hard-packed jeep trails and smooth tarmac.
Basic spares and tools are carried by the guide and on the support vehicle, though we cannot guarantee having spares for every conceivable problem.
Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended on all our biking adventures and if you choose not to wear one you will be asked to sign a liability waiver. Your tour leader is trained in first aid and emergency rescue, but to a large degree you must be responsible for your own safety while riding.
You are followed by an air-conditioned support vehicle that has been specially modified for cycle tours so you can rest when you are tired and cycle whenever you feel like it.
All nationalities require a passport for entry into Thailand. Please ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months from date of entry.
We recommend that you visit a travel medical doctor and ask about the following vaccinations: typhoid, polio, tetanus and hepatitis A.
Thailand has a tropical climate with fairly high humidity. There are three seasons: from March to June it is hot and dry, with temperatures between 27 and 40C, with night temperatures in the 20s. The rainy season is from July to October, but temperatures are slightly lower, because of the effect of the rain. During this time it will not rain continuously. Mostly in the morning or evening.
The Thai currency is the baht. ATMs, which are abundant, are the easiest ways to get Thai baht. Credit cards are accepted in big cities and resort hotels but you’ll need baht for family-run guesthouses or small restaurants.
If the guest cancels the trip, the following applies: Number of days prior to trip start:
In remote destinations, road, weather or other conditions can occasionally change which means the itinerary can be subject to change. The guides will do their best to adhere to the original itinerary but if a change is necessary, guides cannot be held responsible. Its best for guests to understand, remain flexible will enjoy your adventure.