5 Days 4 Nights
A fantastic ride out with some of the most stunning scenery en route. On arrival in Kanchanaburi tour members will be afforded the opportunity to explore the nostalgic and poignant history of the Bridge Over The River Kwai and the sadly entitled “The Death Railway”.
Each tour member will have their own private room on each of our overnight stops at a min 3* or 4* hotel.
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
Security deposit detail as the list below
|Type of bikes||Security deposit|
|Kawasaki, Honda or Suzuki brand||USD 1,000. –|
|BMW (F800, 850GS, R1200 GSA, R1250 GS)||USD 2,000. –|
Departing BBTC HQ @ Route 66 we begin our 300km ride to Pak Chong. The route sees the tour traverse rural roads stopping for coffee and lunch at designated stops. Post lunch sees the tour enter Khao Yai National Park which we explore at length stopping at various view points and the visitors center.
Late afternoon sees the tour arrive at our pre-selected quality overnight accommodation.
Post breakfast sees the tour sweeping West as we head towards the province of Kanchanaburi.
Kanchanaburi province has a very diverse and at times tragic history. An area of great natural beauty, a must for all military buffs as we detail the history of the Thailand–Burma Railway via an interactive museum and information center, and a thought provoking visit to the allied cemetery and walk across the bridge of the river Kwai itself.
If you're a lover of temples then a short distance away is the Wat Tham Suea (Tiger Cave Temple) hill top temple with stunning views.
Overnight stay at kanchanaburi.
Following a leisurely breakfast it's a enjoyable gentle ride of around 70km up towards Sai Yok National Park. First stop of the day sees the tour visting the man made wonder that is Srinagaring Dam. Post pictures and coffee stop the tour heads West towards route 323 as we make our way to the Hell Fire pass which for many is the highlight of the tour.
Post lunch and having completed the tour of Hell Fire pass we make the short journey 30 km North to our overnight accommodation at a pre-selected floating raft hotel situated on the Mekong river.
The hotel stop also encpompasses an exciting raft ride on the river Kwai and if you're up for it a dip in the river.
Post breakfast aboard our floating accommodation sees the tour head North on route 323 as we enter the Erawan National park. After approximately 90 mins riding we board a local ferry to traverse the Sinakharin National Park natural Reservoir.
Disembarking the ferry the tour make its way across country to the Than lot Cave complex for a brief visit before moving East towards our overnight accommodation in the ancient city of Ayutthaya, once the capital of the all powerful Khmer empire.
It’s farewell to Khao Yai after a great farewell evening as we head back down to eastern Thailand and finish back at company HQ Route 66 Pattaya.