Tour Overview

Tour Duration: 13 days

Cycling Days: 6 days

Total Distance: 377 km

Avg Daily Distance: 63 km

Tour Difficulty

Price from:

€1985.00 Per Person

Brochure:

Included

  • 12 nights: 10 x in a 3 & 4 Stars Hotel, 1 x in Raft House and 1 x Homestay
  • 12 breakfasts
  • 5 dinner and 8 lunch
  • Fruits, snacks, isotonic drinks
  • Thailand Cycle Tours jersey and drinking bottle
  • Thailand Cycle Tours Team
  • Thai bike guide
  • Extra team leader from 5 persons
  • Minibus and radio assistance
  • Excursions according to the program
  • Travel insurance during the tour
  • Mountain bike rental

Optional Extras

  • Supplement night in Phuket or Kho Yao Yai
  • Tips for guides

Highlights

  • Varied cycling tours through the cone karst landscape of Southern Thailand.
  • Beautiful beaches on the Andaman Sea
  • Flora and fauna in the rainforests of Khao Sok National Park
  • Floating huts on the Ratchaprapha Reservoir
  • Two beach days on Koh Yao Yai at the end of the trip

The tour lasts 13 days / 12 nights and leads over a distance of 377 kilometers.

Itinerary:

This bike tour through the southwest of Thailand leads from the island of Phuket along the Andaman Sea to the north. Great coastlines and beautiful white beaches accompany us on the bike trip. Inland, our bike tour takes us through lush, exotic vegetation, passing through the karst cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and past interesting Buddhist temples. In between, we have plenty of time to relax on the beach or for individual activities such as a long tail boat trip to the floating huts.


Day 1 = Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort

Arrival on Phuket.

Upon arrival, transfer to the resort on a small nice beach off the beaten track. The rest of the day is at leisure. 2 nights at Nai Yang Beach Resort.

Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort

Day 2 = Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort (B, L, D)
52km 100

Attunement bike ride on the island of Phuket

After we have acclimatized and rested, we begin the cycling holiday with a leisurely tour of the north of the island. We cycle on small roads through palm groves, rubber plantations, fishing villages and also along beautiful coastal sections (about 52km).

Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort (B, L, D)

Day 3 = Khao Lak, Baan Khao Lak Beach Resort (B, L)
70km 200

Along the Andaman coast to Khao Lak

After our van has brought us to the northern edge of the island, we start our today's bike ride on the Sarasin Bridge, which connects the island of Phuket with the mainland. It goes north along the coast to the Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park, which reaches up to the rugged coast. 1 night in Khao Lak, Baan

Khao Lak, Baan Khao Lak Beach Resort (B, L)

Day 4 = Ko Kho Khao, The Sunset Beach Resort (B, L)
50km 100

Across to Ko Kho Khao

We continue our cycling trip to Ko Kho Khao Island. We are accompanied by a varied landscape. A highlight of the day is the beautiful ferry crossing over to the island, whose east side is covered by mangrove forests. 1 night at Sunset Beach Resort (50km).

 

Ko Kho Khao, The Sunset Beach Resort (B, L)

Day 5 = Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B, L, D)
70km 250

In the jungles of the national park Khao Sok

Back on the mainland, we leave the coastal region and head to the hilly, primeval hinterland covered by rainforests. At noon, we reach the Khao Sok National Park, which is known for its diverse flora and fauna. But the landscape is also impressive: Again and again you can see white limestone cliffs and rugged cut valleys. We spend the night in a simple lodge on the edge of the national park. 1 night at Our Jungle House (70km).

Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B, L, D)

Day 6 = Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B)

Day 6. Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B)

In the morning, take part in a walking tour through the Khao Sok National Park. The afternoon is at leisure.

Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B)

Day 7 = Ratchaprapha Dam, Rafthousz on the lake (B, L, D)
20km 100

Drive to the Ratchaprapha dam

A new day, a new experience during your bike tour through Thailand. Longboat to the floating huts of Cheow Lan Lake.

Our minibus takes us up to 20 km in front of the Ratchaprapha dam. From there, we bike 20 kilometers over a small road to the reservoir. Here we climb on a boat, which brings us to our current destination, a small settlement with floating huts in the lake (1 night). The drive on the lonely, winding lake is impressive. The day at the lake is at leisure. We swim in the lake or can use the small canoes to explore the lake. In the evening, we take a boat trip to see the wildlife at the lake at dusk. (20 km)

Ratchaprapha Dam, Rafthousz on the lake (B, L, D)

Day 8 = Bangling Homestay (B, L, D)
50km 150

Through the original hinterland

We leave the beautiful lake landscape again by boat and climb the dam again on our wheels. On small, scenic roads we pedal south along the Klong Phanom National Park to the temple complex of Wat Bang Riang, which is considered one of the most beautiful in southern Thailand. A short bus ride takes us almost to the coast of the Phang-Na Bay, known for the steeply protruding from the water Cone Karst Rock (James Bond Rock). 1 night in a simple homestay in a small fishing village on the island of Bang Ling. (About 50km)

Bangling Homestay (B, L, D)

Day 9 = Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L)
65km 150

Cone karst landscapes and mangroves

Today's stage is dominated by the famous cone karst landscapes of the region. It is flatter, the routes but not boring! We approach the mangroves and stop for lunch at a crystal-clear tributary that comes out of the swamps and flows into Phang Nga Bay a few miles further. In the afternoon, continue by bike to the beach of Ao Nang, our starting point for the next days. 2 nights at Hotel Silver Orchid (about 65km)

Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L)

Day 10 = Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L, D)

In the morning, we take a trip and climb the 1,237 steps up to the shrine of the Tiger Cave Temple. Lunch is at leisure. Relax on the beach and enjoy the beautiful scenery or (optional boat ride Railey Beach and surrounding area).

In the evening, final dinner.

 

Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L, D)

Day 11 = Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

We spend the two final days of cycling holidays on the island of Ko Yao Yai in the middle of Phang Nga Bay. We take the morning ferry to the island and are picked up at the ferry station and driven to the family-run beach hotel. If you do not just want to relax on the beach, you can optionally take a snorkel trip or visit the neighboring mountainous twin island Ko Yao Noi by ferry. The diversity of the underwater world is impressive!

Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

Day 12 = Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

Free day to relax.

Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

Day 13 = Transfer to airport Phuket (B)

Transfer to Phuket airport and individual return flight. Today it's time to say goodbye. With the small ferry back to the island of Phuket. From there, it's about an hour's drive to the airport.

 (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner))


Day 1 = Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort

Arrival on Phuket.

Upon arrival, transfer to the resort on a small nice beach off the beaten track. The rest of the day is at leisure. 2 nights at Nai Yang Beach Resort.

Day 2 = Phuket, Nai Yang Beach Resort (B, L, D)
52km 100

Attunement bike ride on the island of Phuket

After we have acclimatized and rested, we begin the cycling holiday with a leisurely tour of the north of the island. We cycle on small roads through palm groves, rubber plantations, fishing villages and also along beautiful coastal sections (about 52km).

Day 3 = Khao Lak, Baan Khao Lak Beach Resort (B, L)
70km 200

Along the Andaman coast to Khao Lak

After our van has brought us to the northern edge of the island, we start our today's bike ride on the Sarasin Bridge, which connects the island of Phuket with the mainland. It goes north along the coast to the Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park, which reaches up to the rugged coast. 1 night in Khao Lak, Baan

Day 4 = Ko Kho Khao, The Sunset Beach Resort (B, L)
50km 100

Across to Ko Kho Khao

We continue our cycling trip to Ko Kho Khao Island. We are accompanied by a varied landscape. A highlight of the day is the beautiful ferry crossing over to the island, whose east side is covered by mangrove forests. 1 night at Sunset Beach Resort (50km).

 

Day 5 = Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B, L, D)
70km 250

In the jungles of the national park Khao Sok

Back on the mainland, we leave the coastal region and head to the hilly, primeval hinterland covered by rainforests. At noon, we reach the Khao Sok National Park, which is known for its diverse flora and fauna. But the landscape is also impressive: Again and again you can see white limestone cliffs and rugged cut valleys. We spend the night in a simple lodge on the edge of the national park. 1 night at Our Jungle House (70km).

Day 6 = Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B)

Day 6. Khao Sok, National Park Our Jungle House (B)

In the morning, take part in a walking tour through the Khao Sok National Park. The afternoon is at leisure.

Day 7 = Ratchaprapha Dam, Rafthousz on the lake (B, L, D)
20km 100

Drive to the Ratchaprapha dam

A new day, a new experience during your bike tour through Thailand. Longboat to the floating huts of Cheow Lan Lake.

Our minibus takes us up to 20 km in front of the Ratchaprapha dam. From there, we bike 20 kilometers over a small road to the reservoir. Here we climb on a boat, which brings us to our current destination, a small settlement with floating huts in the lake (1 night). The drive on the lonely, winding lake is impressive. The day at the lake is at leisure. We swim in the lake or can use the small canoes to explore the lake. In the evening, we take a boat trip to see the wildlife at the lake at dusk. (20 km)

Day 8 = Bangling Homestay (B, L, D)
50km 150

Through the original hinterland

We leave the beautiful lake landscape again by boat and climb the dam again on our wheels. On small, scenic roads we pedal south along the Klong Phanom National Park to the temple complex of Wat Bang Riang, which is considered one of the most beautiful in southern Thailand. A short bus ride takes us almost to the coast of the Phang-Na Bay, known for the steeply protruding from the water Cone Karst Rock (James Bond Rock). 1 night in a simple homestay in a small fishing village on the island of Bang Ling. (About 50km)

Day 9 = Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L)
65km 150

Cone karst landscapes and mangroves

Today's stage is dominated by the famous cone karst landscapes of the region. It is flatter, the routes but not boring! We approach the mangroves and stop for lunch at a crystal-clear tributary that comes out of the swamps and flows into Phang Nga Bay a few miles further. In the afternoon, continue by bike to the beach of Ao Nang, our starting point for the next days. 2 nights at Hotel Silver Orchid (about 65km)

Day 10 = Ao Nang Hula Hula Resort (B, L, D)

In the morning, we take a trip and climb the 1,237 steps up to the shrine of the Tiger Cave Temple. Lunch is at leisure. Relax on the beach and enjoy the beautiful scenery or (optional boat ride Railey Beach and surrounding area).

In the evening, final dinner.

 

Day 11 = Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

We spend the two final days of cycling holidays on the island of Ko Yao Yai in the middle of Phang Nga Bay. We take the morning ferry to the island and are picked up at the ferry station and driven to the family-run beach hotel. If you do not just want to relax on the beach, you can optionally take a snorkel trip or visit the neighboring mountainous twin island Ko Yao Noi by ferry. The diversity of the underwater world is impressive!

Day 12 = Ko Yao Yai, Baan Taranya Resort (B)

Free day to relax.

Day 13 = Transfer to airport Phuket (B)

Transfer to Phuket airport and individual return flight. Today it's time to say goodbye. With the small ferry back to the island of Phuket. From there, it's about an hour's drive to the airport.

 (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner))

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