The Mae Hong Son Loop is a comprehensive way to discover one of Thailand´s most authentic provinces. For those wanting to see the real Thailand and wanting to ride a biker´s paradise, the Mae Hong Son Loop is the perfect antidote. Mae Hong Son is the most mountainous province in Thailand and receives little traffic due to its relatively remote location and time needed to reach it. This excursion will take you first to the highest peak of Thailand (Doi Inthanon with 2,565 meters above sea level). Ride along winding and narrow twisty curvy roads with high mountain scenery along the Myanmar border on perfect tarmac roads. 1,864 curves through a vast panorama view of Mae Hong Son and the charming Pai. National Parks and non-touristic places full of unique history and activities.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Hotel Amora Tapae Chiang Mai|
|DEPARTURE TIME||The tour will start at 8.30 am. Please be informed, that you arrived at least one day before the tour start in Chiang Mai. We recommend two days before the tour start to acclimate and avoid jet lag.|
|RETURN TIME||The tour will finish about 4/5 pm back in Chiang Mai, so if you like to fly back the same day to Bangkok or the beach, you can catch easily any flight from Chiang Mai after 6 pm.|
|GEAR||We recommend bringing your gear to be the most comfortable. BUT we also offer helmets, jackets, gloves and knee guards (European high-quality brands in many different sizes). Please be informed, that we do not offer boots and trousers due to hygienic reasons.
Please be informed, that our tours are fully inclusive. So you can completely focus on your holiday, the adventure, the riding, and amazing Thailand. There are no hidden costs or other surprises – our tour prices are final. All is paid. Come ride with us – the real deal!
Chiang Mai – Doi Inthanon – Mae Sariang – Mae Hong Son – Pai – Chiang Mai
(Mae Hong Son Loop)
(Distance: 692 km.)
Day 1. Chiang Mai – Doi Inthanon – Mae Sariang (278 km.)
Familiarize yourself with your bike on the highway ride heading south of Chiang Mai to Doi Inthanon National Park, the highest peak in Thailand, 2,565 meters above sea level. Ride along the excellent winding mountain road through pine forest scenery. Visit Thailand’s finest waterfall, nature trails, Royal pagodas, and botanical gardens. Descending to Mae Chaem for a relaxing lunch at the local restaurant. After lunch, ride on, passing through pine forests until we reach Mae Sariang, near the border of Myanmar, where you later enjoy your peaceful accommodation.
Day 2. Mae Sariang – Mae Hong Son – Pai (278 km.)
After breakfast, leave Mae Sariang to Mae Hong Son on narrow twisty curvy roads. In Khun Yuam we take a break and visit a World War II museum. Visit Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu, the first temple of Mae Hong Son on the hilltop. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Visit Lod cave, which means, “cave with a stream running through”, on a bamboo raft. Then back on twisty curvy roads to Pai. Optional visit Tha Pai hot spring, where you can enjoy a mineral bath. Then we reach a charming accommodation with a swimming pool.
Day 3. Pai – Chiang Mai (136 km.)
Before breakfast, in the very early morning, you have a chance to offer food to the monks along the streets of Pai´s local market. After breakfast, visit the Pai World War II Memorial Bridge. Back on winding mountainous roads. Lunch is served at the Tiger Kingdom, where you can take photos together with wild tigers. Continue along winding roads, passing farming areas before heading back to Chiang Mai City.
Tour Highlights: Doi Inthanon National Park (highest peak of Thailand); Vachiratharn waterfall; long-neck Karen tribes village; Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu; Lod cave with bamboo rafting; optional Pai hot spring; Pai World War II Memorial Bridge and visit the Tiger Kingdom
Day 1. Chiang Mai -- Doi Inthanon -- Mae Sariang (278 km.)
Day 2. Mae Sariang -- Mae Hong Son -- Pai (278 km.)
Day 3. Pai – Chiang Mai (136 km.)
2020 Tour Starts
| 13. July | 27. July | 10. August | 24. August | 05. October | 19. October | 02. November | 16. November | 30. November | 14. December |
2021 Tour Starts
| 04. January | 18. January | 01. February | 15. February | 01. March | 15. March | 29. March | 19. April | 03. May | 17. May | 31. May | 14. June | 28. June | 12. July | 26. July | 09. August | 23. August | 11. October | 25. October | 08. November | 22. November | 06. December | 20. December |