Phone: 081-173-4469 (In Thailand) or +6681-173-4469 (Outside Thailand)
|Cost: 3,250 THB/Person
Grade: Easy to Moderate [explain] (+ options)
Distance: 40 km / 25 miles (+ other options for stronger riders)
Group Size: Min. 2 – Max. 8 (Contact us for larger private groups)
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We start with an hour and half drive south of Hua Hin to the Burmese border where they have a market and border crossing (only for Burmese so far). This point is the narrowest point of Thailand and the distance from the border to the beach (Gulf of Thailand) is only 12 km wide.
We ride primarily downhill to the beach and visit a lovely aquarium before cycling up the coast and onto a Thai Air Force Base where we have a nice lunch on the beach at Ao Manao (Lime Bay). We then cycle a bit further along scenic beach-front roads to the bottom of a mountain where we can feed gentle Dusky Langur Monkeys. For the extremely fit, we can take a trekking path up the mountain for amazing views of the beaches and bays.
After that we continue along Ao Prachuap (Prachuap Bay) via a beach-front road to Ao Noi (Little Bay) where we visit a beautiful teak wood temple with carvings and paintings of Buddhist stories and other Thai style artwork. At the temple we will demonstrate for those that want to try, how Buddhists pay respect to the temple and the Lord Buddha. If time allows, we can climb some steps to a really cool cave that has Buddha images throughout.
Pick Up and Delivery
Collection is between 7:30 and 8:00am at your hotel reception so we can get a prompt start in the cooler morning air. We will be returning around 5:00pm.
The majority of the cycling is on small ‘traffic free’ roads. It will be slightly challenging and a little bumpy in places. There are a few shallow hills to climb but we have many breaks in the ride to replenish and take in the scenery.
During most of the trip we are tracked by our support vehicle, with fresh fruit, water and first aid support. The vehicle is never more than 3 minutes away. On the sections of the ride that the support vehicle cannot follow, the ride leader will have a first aid kit and bicycle tools just in case.