General

Cycle on Northern Thailand’s trails and back roads that have little traffic through the spectacular limestone mountains of Chiang Dao and to the scenic village of Mae Salak, straddling the Mae Kok River.

Departing from Chiang Mai, cycle from Bua Thong Waterfall through the forest. Visit the Chiang Dao caves before riding among soaring limestone cliffs on a mixture of dirt paths cut by local hill tribes – the Akha, Lisu, Lau and Palaung people. The colourful Palaung are recent migrants and you will see their women adorned with heavy brass waist-bands working the field. Ride from a temple retreat and follow the Mae Kok River, passing via small villages. Hitch a ride on a long-tail boat (with bicycles) down the river before cycling off road to Chiang Rai.

Total Cycle Distance: 130km.

Destination Thailand
City Chiang Mai
Departure Location Hotel, Chiang Mai
Visits Various landmarks, villages and temples
Duration 4 Days / 3 Nights

Tour Schedule

Guaranteed Departure Applies: As soon as 2 people are booked on this tour.

NOTE: We regret we do not accept children under 15 years old on this tour.

Terms & Conditions

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