This trip is ideal for those who love an adventure on a dirt bike in Mae Hong Son region which is well known for almost 2,000 bends, that takes you to a few National Park, meander through hill tribe villages, and the hippy charming town Pai.
Singles Joining – If you are joining a trip as a solo traveler please add the single supplement to the trip price. If you are willing to share a room please let us know and we will do our best to find someone for you to share with, we will inform you before finalizing the final payment of the trip.
Day 1: Chiang Mai – Mae Chaem
Get kitted up and depart Chiang Mai to Mae Chaem, a distance 130 kilometres. Head out on the hill tribe single trails through forest and jungle leading out of Chiang Mai and into the Doi InthanonNationalPark. After a hard day on the trail you’ll be able to unwind by the pool with great views upon Doi Inthanon Thailand’s highest mountain. Overnight in Mae Chaem.
Day 2: Mae Chaem – Mae Sariang
Today get a good start from Mae Chaem to Mae Sariang a distance of about 130 kilometres. Ride part of the old elephant trail and visit some out of the way hill tribe villages. Overnight in Mae Sariang.
Day 3: Mae Sariang – The Burma loop 1
After a hearty breakfast we tackle the 100 kilometres ‘Burma loop’. Ride to the Burmese border through the magnificent Salaween national park with some of the best jungle trail your ever likely to come across. Nearly fifty river crossings in one day and a swim in the Salaween River overlooking the border of Burma.
Day 4: Mae Sariang – Mae Hong Son
A long, 190 kilometres, ride ahead of us from Mae Sariang to Mae Hong Son. Enjoy the best bit of tarmac that the famous Mae Hong Son loop has to offer and then it’s off onto some great jungle trails with a couple of big river crossings.
Day 5: Mae Hong Son
Rest day in Mae Hong Son. Sample the delights of this charming border town. Choose to visit the Long Neck villages and take an elephant trek in the jungle or just choose to chill out by the pool.
Day 6: Mae Hong Son – Pai
Back on the old elephant trail again as we head from Mae Hong Son to Pai on this invigorating 130 kilometres off road trail. Pai is a charming mountain valley town with great facilities and plenty of bars for a good night on the tiles.
Day 7: The Burma loop 2
Today embark on the 120 kilometres, Burma loop two. Loop up on some great jungle trails up to the border of the Shan state in Burma. The border here between Thailand and Burma in these parts is always a bit unclear!
Day 8: Pai – Chiang Dao
Explore trails from Pai to ChiangDao (140 kilometres). Spend a day on the hill tribe trails in the Huay Nam Dang national park. Stay the night at the famous Chiang Dao Nest hotel with its fantastic restaurant and mountain views.
Day 9: Chiang Dao – Chiang Mai
After a leisurely morning head back (130 kilometres) into our home town of Chiang Mai and if you choose, a night on the town being shown the sights by our team or transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
Experienced English speaking local guides.
Motorcycle – Honda CRF300/250.
Protective equipment: helmet, boots, etc…
Guide and mechanic.
Entry fees to attractions
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) insurance for guide, driver, porters.
Tips for guide, driver, porters.
Basic first aid kit.
International flight to /from Thailand.
Visas where required.
Travel Insurance. We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance from home.
Personal expenditure (telephone, laundry, shopping and so on…)
Beverage and alcoholic drinks.
Any other services not clearly mentioned on itinerary and trip inclusive portion.