This is a cycling holiday in the true sense of the term. Start your journey with five days riding along the Gulf of Thailand on deserted blacktop and concrete roads through sleepy villages and coconut groves, then change gears to three days riding through scenic Khao Sok National Park area to reach the Andaman Coast. Here enjoy a dip in the stunning waters at Khao Lak before one last cycle down to Phuket. This is a satisfying and enjoyable ride and one that will leave you with very fond memories of a unique exploration of Southern Thailand.
492 Km riding. The riding on this tour is nicely varied. On the gulf side, we ride on mostly flat terrain and really quiet backroads, with the exception of two short highway sections. Once we get into the hinterland, there are some more sustained hills, but these are rarely longer than 2km and are nothing that could be described as steep. Once we reach the Andaman Coast, there are minimal hills. We do share the road with some traffic through Khao Sok National Park due to the absence of backroads.
Pedal-assist E-bike is an available option for this tour for $245 surcharge.
Ride around the Sam Roi Yot National Park, then take a walk into the forest to the mystical Phraya Nakhon Cave.
Pedal quiet back roads through plantations and farms, then devour lunch in a small fishing village.
Cycle through green plantations of Khao Sok with limestone karsts all around, then stay the night in a tree house.
Enjoy the complex flavors of Thai food as you eat fresh fish by the coast.
Take a jungle hike and an easy paddle down the river in Khao Sok National Park" and "Arrive in Phuket by boat, crossing the stunning, Phanga Bay
Dates & Price
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WHAT MAKES US STAND OUT
Many visitors to Thailand make their way to Phuket by bus or plane after a few days in Bangkok. Instead, why not explore the fascinating land that lies in between by cycling from Bangkok to the coast. We’ve crafted this itinerary to include some gorgeous natural stops, visits to local communities for authentic connections with locals, and some great cycling. You’ll get to experience a side of Thailand hidden to most visitors while enjoying our carefully planned out itinerary that takes care of all of the little details for you.