10 Days 9 Nights
Our fantastic Southern Thailand tour delivers a real mixture of adventure and relaxation with gentle ferry crossings that allow the mind to fully relax, to the mountainous rides around Koh Samui and Phuket and the sweeping hills and valleys of Southern thailand that deliver some really great days riding.
Plus of course there are lots of staggeringly beautiful sea and beach views as well as panoramic view points with Phuket in particular having some of the most spectacular.
You will have your own private room on each of our night stops at a min 4* hotel.
Please make sure you are on time for the start of the tour and arrive at the agreed meeting point with time to spare.
Kawasaki Versys 650
Suzuki 650 Strom
BMW 310 GS
Honda CRF 250
Available options at addition cost
BMW GS R1200 – 5000 Bht per day
BMW GS 800 – 2500 Bht per day
YAMAHA Tenere 1200 – 3500 Bht per day
Once tour induction and motorcycle familiarization has been completed the tour gets underway heading along the eastern coast for the short ride down to Sattahip where tour members have private cabins booked aboard the Sea Horse ferry evening sailing to Songkhla.
Dinner will be on board and plenty of time for you to get to know your tour buddies or ask any last questions about the itinerary and sight seeing points before the waves gently rock you to sleep.
Refreshed and invigorated. Breakfast on board the ferry and enjoy the sunshine before we land at Songkhla and a days exploration of the area before finally stopping at our overnight hotel.
Post breakfast the tour hits the road for a solid ride of just under 200km as we head north to Nakhon Si Thammarat. It's a great coastal road and runs between the sea on one side and several lakes on the other. Many curves and gentle climbs complemented by a number of coffee stops and points of interest with great photo opportunities.
Arriving late afternoon for dinner and overnight stay at our designated accommodation.
Following a leisurely breakfast it's a nice easy ride of around 100km up to the ferry terminal for the short ferry crossing to Koh Samui . Having loaded the bikes onto the ferry we commence the crossing journey of 1 hour and 45 minutes. Koh Samui has long been a favourite with tourists and backpackers yet there are still places that remain offering the relaxing Thai charm.
An island that delivers fantastic white sand beaches, a plethora of twisting winding roads and elevation changes. The cosmopolitan resorts and small fishing villages with heir hidden beaches are as close to paradise as you can get.
A quality hotel awaits you at the end of the day with a beach side dinner under the stars.
A nice leisurely morning on Samui, for some last min sights or a long beach walk after breakfast. Then we have the short ride down to the ferry terminal as we carefully stow the bikes on board. Just under a couple of hours later we arrive back on the mainland.
Having disembarked the tour commence a short 70km Surat Thani town. Dependent upon the ferry timings we hope to add a little more ride time in and around the nearby National Park.
A great day's ride across southern Thailand covering around 260km to Phuket Island. We follow the winding and very curvy route 401 that takes us through the Khlong Phanom or Khao Sok National Parks.
After lunch we continue on southward until we cross the Sarasin Bridge and arrive in the beautiful island of Phuket and reach our overnight Hotel.
Arriving late afternoon.
A day to explore this large popular Island and there is lots to do. A great ride up to the big buddha mountain and then to promthep Cape viewpoint or the smaller but equally beautiful Karon Beach viewpoint. A huge choice of stunning beaches of all sizes, and the cosmopolitan resorts of Patong and Ra Wai plus waterfalls and jungle picnic spots.
The old town in Phuket Town itself has some great architectural features or you may want to visit some of the many local attractions such Phuket aquarium.
After a fantastic day round the Island dinner at our premium hotel whence the days experiences can be shared.
Suitably rested. Post breakfast we have a great ride down to Trang covering around 300km. Leaving Phuket via the Sarisan Bridge we head up through the Ao Phang national park and Phang NGA both of which are renowned areas of natural beauty.
Heading south past the Tiger Cave Temple and a lunch stop near Krabi we will have a number of stops for photos along the beautiful coastal roads. Finally we turn west and head inland to Trang and our overnight Hotel for a very well earned dinner.
Disembarkation from the ferry we take the final ride back to Route 66 Diner in Pattaya. The tour takes the scenic route skirting U Tapao Airport and down through Huai Yai.
Disembarkation from the ferry and we take the final ride back to Route 66 Diner in Pattaya, where we take the scenic route skirting U Tapao Airport and down through Huai Yai.
Then the time has come when sadly we all have to say goodbye.