7 Days 6 Nights
One of our most popular tours for those wanting to get to know The Land Of Smiles and its stunning scenery. As always we build in plenty of photo opportunities in various points of interest along the way. Enjoy one of the finest Motorcycle tours in Thailand.
This tour certainly hits the heights as we ascend to 1768m above sea level in doing so experience jaw-dropping viewpoints and places of interest whilst navigating some of the best adventure biking roads to be had anywhere across the globe.
All tour participants will be provided with a private room on each of our night stops at a min quality assured 3*or 4* hotel.
Kawasaki Versys 650
Suzuki 650 Strom
BMW 310 GS
Honda CRF 250
Available options at additional cost
BMW GS R1200 – 5000 Bht per day
BMW GS 800 – 2500 Bht per day
For us the safety of our customers is the utmost priority, hence, we give the riding gear complimentary; which included Helmets, Bluetooth, Gloves, Jackets, Pants, Boots, and many more. All bikes come with phone holders and a USB charging port.
Our guides have years of experience in organizing Big Bike Tours across Thailand, they are well versed with the roads, terrain, and culture.
Breakfast, a light lunch and a full dinner and unlimited complimentary soft drinks are included in the tour.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
*Please see our full terms and conditions
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. –|
Having completed tour induction. The tour group depart company HQ Route 66 Pattaya on a 45-minute ride to Nong Pla Thai for a familiarisation ride, any initial adjustments required to the motorcycles will be made at this point. Coffee stop over the tour starts in earnest as we head NE a journey of some 275km to Khao Yai national park. Khao Yai national park covers more than 2,000 square kilometers of natural forest and lush grassland and is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after venues to visit in central Thailand.
Having arrived at Khao yai national park we break for lunch inside the park itself. We spend the remainder of the day exploring the park, we take the opportunity to tour the visitors center which explains the history of the park and highlights the various attractions available within the park. We visit a number of viewpoints that provide excellent photo opportunities. In addition to its biker-friendly scenic roads, Khao Yai park features a colorful mixture of beautiful diverse landscapes and unspoiled jungle complemented by integral streams, waterfalls, and a wonderful variety of flora and fauna. Notwithstanding a plethora of wildlife including elephants, wild deer, and monkeys which can often be encountered whilst navigating the park.
NB: Khao Yai national park has been listed as a Unesco World Heritage site since July 2005.
Late afternoon sees the group make their way to our designated overnight accommodation which is conveniently situated at Pak Chong situated at the edge of the national park.
Once a leisurely breakfast has been concluded the tour party sets off in a Northerly direction covering 260km to Phetchabun which is situated in the heart of central Thailand.
Phetchabun sits at the southernmost tip of two large national parks, Our first stop will be at Si Thep where we take the opportunity to explore 600-year-old ruins once a bustling city of the Khmer people who populated the area. Next, we push onto Which Buri at our pre-selected biker-friendly lunch stop.
Following lunch we continue our ride to Phetchhabun via Thung Salaeng Luang and Nam Nao, both national parks offer what can best be described as biking Nirvana with endless twists and turns and changes in elevation complemented by stunning scenery.
We arrive at our overnight accommodation in Phetchabun with sufficient time for a quick dip in the pool and a few beers before dinner.
Following an early leisurely breakfast, the tour departs overnight accommodation commencing a short yet technical 95km ride climbing some 1800m. The route incorporates a number of steep hill climbs and incorporates some of the most twisty roads in Thailand. As we ascend to the highest peak in Phetchabun province standing at some 1768m above sea level the temperature change is very noticeable. When we reach the Phu Thap Berk viewpoint also known as the city in the sky dependent upon the season you may find yourself climbing through a picturesque sea of fog providing fantastic photo opportunities.
The resulting change in elevation promotes an all-year-round cooler climate which makes for a pleasant change from the higher temperatures and humidy of the low lands of central Thailand.
Following the PTB viewpoint, we start to descend the twisties to Khao Khor to visit Wat Pharathat Pha Sorn Kaew which is more commonly known as the 5 buddhas. One of the most pictured temples in Thailand the Wat offers some fantastic photo opportunities overlooking Khao Khor. The tour takes lunch at Khao Khor then we head W on route 12 along a windy mountain pass offering many twisties and changes in elevation.
Late afternoon sees the tour arrive at our overnight accommodation in Phitsanulok which is situated on the Nan River.
Following a leisurely breakfast, the tour heads NW to Sukhothai where we explore the ancient capital of Thailand now designated a UNESCO world heritage site. On completion of the heritage site visit, we head W towards Tak once again continuing along the mountain pass roads. Arriving at Tak we take the opportunity to lunch at our pre-selected venue. Post lunch we head S towards our overnight accommodation in Nakhon Sawan.
The tour arrives at our accommodation with enough time for a swim in the pool and a few cold beers.
Overnight Nakhon Sawan.
Following a leisurely breakfast, the tour commences S towards Lop Buri, or as it's more commonly known “Monkey City.” As its name suggests this city is literally overrun by thousand upon thousands of wild monkeys. It’s certainly an interesting place to visit and provides unique photo opportunities.
That said caution should be exercised as the monkeys are wild, they are curious by nature, and are not unknown to steal or vandalize cars or motorcycles if left unattended. They also have sharp teeth and that should be noted should you choose to feed them.
Monkey city visited we head onto the city of Ayutthaya which is known as the second city of Thailand. With Auttthaya having so much history we take the opportunity to see the remnants of the first city buildings which were constructed around the 1760s.
Site visit over we make our way to our overnight accommodation which is situated in the heart of the city in close proximity to a large mall which offers the possibility of exploration post-dinner.
Having completed breakfast the tour sets off towards Kabinburi, the first part of our journey sees us run into the Northern area of Khao Yai National park. We stop for lunch whilst still within the vicinity of the national park.
Post lunch sees the tour pick up route 304 as we head S to Kabinburi. The 304 offers some rewarding riding and great scenic views. Once we arrive at our pre-selected 5* hotel a lavish farewell party will be provided by the company with the opportunity to reminisce over the magical memories that will no doubt have been forged during the tour.
Post breakfast sees a later than usual start to the morning as the tour departs Kabinburi en roue to company HQ Route 66 Pattaya. The journey comprises some 200+km. The tour aims to arrive at HQ early to mid-afternoon traffic-dependent.
Lunch unch will be provided by Route 66. A number of pre-planned coffee shops and places of interest will also be incorporated into the route.