Not everybody likes group activities or tour guides showing them around. We also offer self-guided bicycle tours. You have the freedom and flexibility to discover the countryside at your own speed and preference combined with the backup of a professionally organized tour. If something goes wrong we are there to assist you.
The 3-day tour lets you appreciate the beautiful natural surroundings of Chiang Mai with an overnight stay at a beautiful resort outside of Chiang Mai for the first night. The cycling route on the first day will take you through traditional villages, rice fields along lazy back roads and the forest areas near the foothills surrounding Chiang Mai. The second day the route takes you to Baan Tawai, the wood carving village and then on to Lamphun, where you will spend the second night. The Haripunchai temple is worth a visit in Lamphun. The last day you will ride to San Kamphaeng through the fertile valley of Chiang Mai along the river Ping and its tributaries. A great way to experience the Thai countryside the adventurous way.
Minimum 2 people
95 % flat paved country roads, 5 % small unpaved road
Select your departure day, package and participants, then click proceed booking. For questions or tour booking less than 24 hours before departure please use the enquiry form or contact us via the red contact button in the lower right corner of the page. To complete the booking we ask for a deposit of only 30% to lock your dates and allow us to make the necessary arrangements. Solo travellers, please check the FAQ section of this tour.
The tour starts with a pick up from your hotel or the airport/train station and a drive to Nam Phrae district where you can check in to our small paradise, a nature resort. You will get a good quality mountain bike and a detailed route description with an easy route to start. You will pass villages, rice fields, and the beautiful Chiang Mai Grand Canyon, a ride in the countryside, small paved country roads, hardly any traffic and no hills. For lunch, there are a few local food stalls on the route but at the Grand Canyon, there are a few good restaurants. In the afternoon relax at the swimming pool. You stay the night in a bungalow with private bathroom. (40 km)
Today an easy cycling day with small paved country roads, hardly any traffic, and no hills. The tour will take you along quiet country roads through rice fields, local villages and beautiful scenery on your way to Baan Tawai. Baan Tawai is a village known for its wood sculpting and handicrafts. There is a market to explore and a chance to talk to the craftsmen. From Baan Tawai you go onwards to Lamphun via country roads and along the river Ping and its smaller tributaries. Orchards, rice fields and other agricultural areas aplenty. When you arrive in Lamphun make sure to visit Wat Haripunchai temple, an ancient Buddhist temple complex with beautiful statues, art and relics. And a large golden tower which is lit up at night. Both Baan Tawai and Wat Haripunchai are good locations for lunch. You will overnight in Lamphun, in the Lamphun Will Hotel. (43 km)
Also today an easy cycling day with similar roads and traffic as the days before.
You continue your tour through these very fertile lands due to the proximity of the Ping river. Tranquil cycling through fields and small villages where you can stop to chat with local people or visit temples and markets. You will finish the tour in Baanpong Lodge in San Kamphaeng. Once you get there, please call us. We will be there in about 1 hour to pick you up and bring you back to your hotel in Chiang Mai. (45 km)
No, there is no single supplement for this tour. This tour can only be booked for 2 people or more.
Yes, should you not want to carry your luggage there is an option to have your luggage delivered every day to the next hotel for a surcharge.
Yes, if you cancel more than 7 days before your booking date your deposit will be refunded after deduction of possible payment fees. If you cancel within a week of your booking date the deposit will not be refunded.
For other questions please check our FAQ page or contact us via the enquiry form or the red contact button in the lower right corner of the page.