A Higher State
Propel yourself through nature and culture as you bike past rice paddies and through hill-tribe villages on your way to refreshing stops at waterfalls and rivers.
Best Time to Come:
Nov - Feb
Our guided bike trips give you the freedom to access a huge variety of landscapes and cultural attractions at your own pace.
There are miles and miles of quiet, well maintained roads in this region, a feature sure to please both avid and casual cyclists alike. You'll be able to pedal past fields of rice, tapioca, and sugar cane on your way to tucked away temples and pristine water destinations in wild National Parks.
We'll coast past teak, banana and rubber plantations, break a sweat climbing into the mountains, and feel the cool mist in our faces as we approach thundering waterfalls.
Touring on a bike lends itself naturally to cultural exchange too. We''ll cycle through small villages where locals will be impressed with your efforts and encourage you liberally! We'll dismount sometimes and meet them, compare things like stomach sizes and skin tone, and generally share lots of laughter!
If you don't bring your own bike, we have a stable of city bikes, mountain bikes, and e-bikes at your disposal. All our excursions are fully supported and there's always one vehicle with air-conditioning for those who wish to moderate their efforts and save up for the next day of adventuring.
This will be a bike tour unlike any other you've ever taken. No matter what your pace, we never leave anyone behind! Remember, we always have an support vehicle and staff riders to accompany those in front and back.
This tour is for all cycling enthusiasts no matter what your level of fitness. We also have an e-bike option.
What Makes This Trip So Special
Cycling is in this region of Thailand a fabulous way to immerse yourself in a cultural adventure, but that's not all. We think you'll also love your accommodations, the food, our staff, your daily massage, the waterfalls and rivers, temples and festivals, and the historical sites.
We adjust our activities according to the group vibe, but generally each day consists of:
breakfast by 8:30
sunscreen application session by our staff
biking or e-biking 15 to 20 miles or more to a waterfall, river, or swimming hole
fully catered picnic
nap, swim, and/or hike
return by bike or ride in the vehicle
refreshments and snacks upon return
sumptuous dinner and dessert
big screen photo and video review of the day
In addition, we work in many other optional activities into our days, including but not limited to:
offering early morning alms to monks
technique practice on tapioca pad or temple grounds
visits to temples and festivals
mid-session trip to Kamphaeng Phet's museums and historical park
foot-soaking at a natural hot spring
journey to a remote ethnic hill-tribe village lost in time, Ban Vungkasang
bird watching and feeding monkeys
exploring caves at a mountain temple
hands-on experiences with farmers planting and harvesting crops
village visit to see a silversmith and traditional embroidery
hikes and scrambles to remote swimming holes and scenic view spots