Ride through beautiful lush scenery as you wind your way through the hilly landscape of west Thailand
Pedal hard and be rewarded with amazing views and a sense of achievement
In Kanchanaburi, there will be time to visit the famous bridge before retiring to your hotel on the river banks
Enjoy the serene vistas and good company of your fellow tourers as you wind through the landscape
Experiment and taste new culinary delights as you are guided through a fantastic adventure encompassing food as well as cycling
Ride up to the infamous Death Railway built by POWs (Prisoners of War) during WWII
Set on the lake and offering panoramic views of the mountains and the Sri Nakarin Dam, this 4-star hotel offers a very comfortable stay

Kanchanaburi Hills

Duration
8 days
Site savings
$50
From
$1,600 USD

Discover breathtaking scenery, rich in azure waterfalls, lush jungles and enchanting caves on an 8-day road biking expedition through the Kanchanaburi province. Located to the west of Thailand's central belt and skirting close to the border of Myanmar, this remarkable and challenging tour delivers a thought-provoking and awe-inspiring look at a fascinating part of the country from the unique perspective of the bicycle.

  • Category
    Road Cycling
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    8 days
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    3 - Intermediate
  • Activity Level
    3 - Active
  • Elevation
    3 - Intermediate
  • Terrain
    Hilly
  • Distance
    407 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    62.1 miles
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  • How long is the tour? How many days riding?

    This tour is 8 days long, with 7 riding days

  • How many riders will be in the group?

    Groups can be from 2 to 16. For groups of 9 or more, a second guide joins the tour.

  • Is there a minimum age for this tour?

    Yes. Riders must be 18 years old by the time the tour starts.

  • Can I rent a bike for the tour?

    Yes. Bikes available to rent are Trek 2.1 C, Domane 2.0 and carbon Émonda S5 road bikes, with Shimano components and seat posts. If you have your own saddle that you are comfortable with. you are welcome to bring it, and it will be fitted for you. Strap-style toe cages can also be provided if requested, but you might like to consider bringing SPD clip pedals if you use them, and please make sure to bring your shoes and cleats.

  • What's the tour like?

    You will ride 655 km (406 mi) in seven cycling days. There are long 120 km (74.5 mi) days, and some hills to take on in the middle of this tour. You will not only cover quite a lot of ground and take in some of Thailand's major sites, but also visit some lesser known caves and waterfalls. Your days will be quite full and action-packed.

    The trip is fully supported, and your guide’s expert knowledge of the area and terrain means that you always know what is coming up in terms of distance and difficulty. This makes a tremendous difference, as does the constant supply of cold drinks and fresh fruit.

    Suitability: This ride is for those who have some biking experience and a reasonable level of fitness. The first two days are relatively easy, but there will be hills, and there are some long distances to cover. Never underestimate the heat and humidity of Thailand, as it will likely ensure things feel hot.

    Biking Conditions: The road surfaces are good-quality asphalt roads. There is nothing technical involved on this tour, but there are lots of gradual climbs. Fitness will be an asset on this tour, and it is suggested to do some training before joining. A support truck is always available to help.

  • Are helmets required?

    A helmet is required to be worn on all biking activities and is non-negotiable. If you do not wear a helmet you won't be allowed to cycle.

  • Am I safe?

    The tour leader is trained in first aid and emergency rescue. But to a large degree, riders must be responsible for their own safety during the tour. It is therefore compulsory that you take out travel insurance that will cover  you for a cycling tour.

  • If I'm travelling alone do I have to pay more?

    You are not required to pay a surcharge for travelling alone. The tour operator will arrange for you to share accommodation with another traveller of the same gender. If you cannot be matched, they will provide a single room at no extra charge. If you prefer not to share, a single supplement is payable to guarantee your own room.

  • Where does the tour start and end?

    The tour starts and ends in Bangkok. Fly into Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).

  • Are helmets included when hiring a bike?

    Yes, if you're hiring a bike from the operator, a complimentary helmet is provided, although you are welcome to bring your own if you wish.

Overall Rating:
4.7/5
Mika Moren
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Good combination of experiencing a country beyond tourist spots while getting exercise in the sport you love.

Leanne McKellar
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Fantastic road cycling along mainly quiet well surfaced roads. Good balance of interesting cultural visits and amazing food along the way. Bottle was a great guide, personable and happy. Mr Rin is a fantastic driver and mechanic, always looking after us and ensuring we had cold water and snacks. His speed in wheel replacement is amazing.

Steven Sellon
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

A Spiceroads tour was a great way to see Thailand on my first trip there. I can't wait to return! Bottle is a great guide, I would hope to see him again.