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Chiang mai Bicycle

Biking and Grand Canyon Water Park

Experience the Thai countryside by bicycle. We pick you up from your hotel and transfer you by car to a small traditional village about 20 minutes outside Chiang Mai. We will cycle through traditional villages with wooden houses on stilts, ride through the rice fields along lazy back roads and stop at a village school. Encounters such as water buffaloes crossing the street or children surprised by the unusual sight of foreigners in their village are to be expected.
After lunch we go to the fantastic Grand Canyon Water Park where you can spend the afternoon playing and relaxing in the water using the water sliders, inflatable pillows and big pool. After a day of fun we bring you back to the hotel


A unique combination of cycling in the morning and visit the fantastic Grand Canyon Water Park

Full Day Tours
Distance 27 km. 100 % flat paved country roads
08.30-18.30 h
Every Day
Group Size
Minimum 2 people, maximum 12 people (more on request)
English speaking guide, Good mountain or comfort bikes, Local Lunch, Drinking Water, Accident Insurance, Helmet, Entrance fee Grand Canyon, Transport hotel-start bike tour and back


Price 1 Person 3,100 Baht/Person
Price 2 Persons 1,700 Baht/Person
Price Children 1,700 Baht/Person
  • If you book for 1 person and on the day of your tour there are more people then we will refund to you the single surcharge
  • NOTE: If you do not receive an e-mail within a few minutes after booking then please contact us with your request on info@chiangmaibicycle.com


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