Riding along the edge of the Siam Kingdom on Royal Enfield Thai motorcycle tours
- 2890 € / rider
- 2590 € / passenger
- Single room extra charge : 300 €
- A Royal Enfield 500cc motorcycle with full mechanical assistance and spare parts
- Local transfers via private vehicle and lodging
- An English-speaking guide
- All meals during riding days
- Third party motorcycle insurance
Not included in the price
- Compulsory insurance
- A 400-Euro refundable security deposit for the motorcycle
- Meals during transfer days
- Admission fees to monuments, temples, and museums
You have a 100€ discount per person for a group reservation equal or higher than 4 people
Day 1 Chiang Mai
Arrive for your Chiang Mai motorbike tour at the International Airport and transfer to the hotel. Make the most of your first day in the country by exploring Chiang Mai, the great urban center of Northern Thailand. Located in the heart of the former Kindom of Lanna, the city’s architectural heritage is breathtaking in no less than 300 temples! Visit the Wat Chiang Man and stroll through various markets including the Talad Waroot, the famous night market where you can taste your first Thai delicacy.
Day 2 Chiang Mai - Mae Hong Son
230 km - 5h of riding
You take the handlebars to go southwest, to the Doi Inthanon National Park where a small road takes you to the highest peak in Thailand. At more than 2500 meters of altitude, you benefit from an impregnable view on the greenery of the park. You will arrive at Mae Hong Son, “The City of Three Mists”.
Day 3 Mae Hong Son - Pai
170 km - 4h of riding
If you want a ride, you will not be disappointed! A 1864 turn road awaits you. You will take small paths towards Burma. A stopover at Tham Lod is planned where you will sail on a traditional bamboo raft. You will sink into the caves where many bats and catfish live.
Day 4 Pai - Doi Ang Khang
170 km - 4h of riding
You travel along the Burmese border. As you move north-west, nature becomes more lush. It happens that in December and January, the Sakura paint the landscape of the color of their flowers! These shrubs then give your stage a touch of magic. You arrive at Doi Ang Khang, also called “Little Switzerland” because of its pleasant climate. Varied color cultures and virgin and wild vegetation cover the horizon.
Day 5 Doi Ang Khang - Golden Triangle
190 km - 5h of riding
You move further north along the Burmese border. A dizzying descent takes you to Doi Mae Salong, famous for its mountain village called “Santi Khiri”. Here you can enjoy the best hot drinks in the country. You will take the road along the border to Mae Sai. From there, you will reach the Mekong to reach CHiang Saen.
Day 6 Golden Triangle
Once in Chiang Saen, you will be in the heart of the “Golden Triangle”. It is said that from this city was born the Thai civilization. You can visit the Hall of Opium and Wat Chedi Luang, the ruins of a historic temple. You spend the night in the city.
Day 7 Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai
110 km - 4h of riding
You will take the road early in the morning towards the South. After walking along the rice fields and fruit plantations of the region, you will reach Chiang Rai. In the afternoon, you will visit many sites such as the White Temple, Wat Huai Pla Ung or the Bandam Museum.
Day 8 Chiang Rai - Chiang Kham
260 km - 6h of riding
You get on your bike for a morning trip along the Mekong to Chiang Kham where a sublime road awaits you. Bordered by Laos and the Mekong, you cross the enchanting landscapes covered with mist. During this stage, you enjoy a spectacular view of Laos. You then enter Phayao province and join the hotel in Chiang Kham.
Day 9 Chiang Kham – Nan
260 km - 6h of riding
You will leave early in the morning for a long day of riding. You will take many turns towards the south of the country. You will take the East direction to cross the Doi Phu Kha National Park. The perfect place for a dip in the wild before heading to Nan.
Day 10 Nan – Lampang
210 km - 5h of riding
Another busy day awaits you. You will leave in the morning to discover the Doi Pha Long Park before going to Lampang. The opportunity to visit the Burmese Wat Phra Taht Lampang temple.
Day 11 Lampang - Chiang Mai
140 km - 3h of riding
Your last day in the saddle brings you along the main road back to Chiang Mai. On the way, take the chance to stop off at the elephant conservation center located 30-kilometers outside Lampang. On arrival in Chiang Mai, you take a detour to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep for a last bird’s eye view. Enjoy a free afternoon for shopping or one last bit of comfort. Opposite to the women’s prison of Chiang Mai is a rehabilitation center where prisoners practice techniques of traditional massage.