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Chiang Mai – Huay Xai – Boten (China Border) Oudomxai – Luang Prabang – Vang Vieng – Vientiane – Chiang Khan – Khao Kho – Phrae – Chiang Mai

(Distance: 2.203 kms.)

We are proud to offer our customers this pure adventure tour: 10 days unseen Thailand & Laos. Laos is a country as yet untouched by modern demands. Its beauty lies in the stress-free, peaceful life of the Lao people, lush, pristine landscape, century-old traditions & heritage. The magical, lush and extremely colorful Laos offers motorcycle touring at its best: charming villages, exotic cultures, warm people, spectacular scenery and mostly good tarmac roads. Please be informed, that only experienced riders are able to join this tour. Visa on arrival is possible and is the easiest way to cross into Laos (1.200 THB Visa fee). We run this tour only once a month. Places are limited and in high demand, because we limit our tours to a maximum of 10 riders. Small groups are safer and friendlier. If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Tour Dates:

2019 Tour Starts
| 14. January | 11. February | 25. March | 15. April | 27. May | 24. June | 22. July | 11. October | 18. November | 16. December |

2020 Tour Starts
| 13. January | 10. February | 23. March | 20. April | 01. June | 27. July | 19. October | 16. November | 14. December |

For all our Tour Dates, please click here or download our PDF Tour Calendar or comb through our Google Online Calendar. Please don’t hesitate to contact us any time in case of further questions.

Tour price per person:




130,000 THB

Rider in a single
double-bedded room


71,500 THB

Pillion in shared double or twin-bedded room


25,000 THB

surcharge for upgrade
to BMW F800GS

All tours are fully inclusive. All tour prices are final prices. No hidden costs or upgrades and other surprises.

Tour Includes: A single room for each rider in our charming tour hotels, motorbike, service vehicle, riding gear, all fuel, oil, English speaking professional tour guide with TAT license. All entrance fees are included as well as airport transfers, breakfast, lunch, dinner, soft drinks from our service vehicles, accident cover insurance up to 100.000 THB, life insurance up to 1.000.000 THB and much, much more!

Tour Does Not Include: Airfare, visa fees, additional personal travel and medical insurance, alcoholic drinks and snacks.

Tour Highlights: Mae Kachan hot spring; Than Tong waterfall; Phayao lake (Kwan Phayao); Huay Xai, the gate to China; Unseen Oudomxai; world heritage Luang Prabang; Kuang Si waterfall; Wat Xieng Thong; Mount Phousi; Vang Vieng; Nam Ngum dam; Capital of Laos “Vientiane”; the old wooden town Chiang Khan; Celadon temple; Khao Kho – Thailand´s “little Switzerland”; Phu Ta Boek National Park; unseen Phrae and the world´s first elephant hospital in Lampang

Itinerary Details: Early morning meet and greet at your accommodation in Chiang Mai. We will provide the tour briefing, and then provide you with your riding gear and bike. We will inform you briefly of local history, geography and acknowledge any personal requirements. Lastly we have a general Q&A opportunity for any concerns you might have related to the tour.

Day 1. Chiang Mai – Huay Xai (336 kms.)
Familiarize yourself with the bike while heading north of Chiang Mai. You will ride on windy mountain road to Mae Kachan hot spring and Than Tong waterfall and Mae Kachan hot spring. Continue on true biker paradise roads until you reach the famous road No. 1155, along the border to Laos.  Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Ride the exhilarating, mountainous roads to Chiang Khong, 60 kilometers of up and down curves through the impressive mountains providing you with pure riding pleasure. Then cross the border to Laos. Thankfully the wait will be only about two hours, with all the documents filled out and paperwork ready to go (motorcycle and service vehicle registration, customs and insurance papers). Visa on arrival is possible and the easiest way to cross into Laos (1.200 THB Visa fee). Get familiarized with riding on the right side of the road.  Relax at the beautiful accommodation near the border in Huay Xai, the gate to China. Direrctly at the Mekong River, the 10th longest river all over the world.

Day 2. Huay Xai – China Border – Oudomxai (326 kms.)
A bit earlier start since we are riding through Laos and want to reach the Chinese border at Boten, a purpose built ‘Casino Town’ to serve the Chinese fondness for gambling. Explore the border area and maybe go shopping in the Duty Free. Lunch is served at a local restaurant in Luang Namtha. Continue cruising along winding roads until we reach unseen Oudomxai where you relax at the beautiful accommodation. Overnight in the middle of nowhere in this beautiful and authentic Laos town.

Day 3. OudomxayLuang Prabang (193 kms.)
Today easy cruising transfer to Luang Prabang. After breakfast, ride along the impressive mountainous road and follow this stunning mountain road to Pakmong,  brand new stunning road trough Laos highest mountains. Visit the world famous “Kuang Si waterfall”. These falls begin in shallow pools high up on the mountain. The water collects in numerous turquoise blue pools as it flows downstream. Relax and have lunch at a local restaurant. Then continue cruising along until we reach Luang Prabang where you relax at the charming accommodation.

Day 4. Rest Day in Luang Prabang
This town is gleaming with temple roofs, fading colonial architecture and a stunning mountain backdrop. It has been claimed by UNESCO as, “the best preserved traditional city in South East Asia”. This is a leisure day or you can also visit the former Royal Palace which is now a national museum and an important Temple named “Wat Xieng Thong”. A visit to Luang Prabang would be not complete without climbing the 329 steps to the top of Mount Phousi for a beautiful sunset view of the Mekong river overlooking Luang Prabang with a 360 degree view.
(Laundry service available)

Day 5. Luang Prabang Vang Vieng (240 kms.)
After breakfast, we leave Luang Prabang for pure adventure riding through a limestone karst landscape. The roads begin to deteriorate; however the stunning mountain scenery makes for interesting riding. Then relax for lunch at local restaurant at the peak of a mountain with a great view. Continue riding the impressive mountainous roads until we reach Vang Vieng. Cross the river to Ban Huai Ngai, a very pleasant village to explore the local lifestyle. Then relax at the peaceful accommodation.

Day 6. Vang ViengVientiane (200 kms.)
After breakfast, leaving Vang Vieng to the Capital of Laos “Vientiane”. Ride along fantastic mountainous roads to visit Nam Ngum dam. The largest dam in Laos with deep blue waters same the ocean. Lunch is served at a local restaurant at the dam. Then we cruise along the highway through farming areas to Vientiane. Visit Patuxai monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph. Visit the oldest Pha That Luang, ths pagoda according to the Lao people was originally built as a Hindu temple in the 3rd century. Then we arrive and relax at the charming accommodation.

Day 7. Vientiane Chiang Khan (210 kms.)
After breakfast, leaving Vientiane we cross the border back to Thailand. Remember to ride back on the left side of the road. We cruise along the Mekong river on the curvy road to visit Mount Pha Tak Suea. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Then continue cruising along the Mekong river road to your lovely accommodation in Chiang Khan, the lovely old wooden houses, shops and hotel in colonial styles town.

Day 8. Chiang Khan – Khao Kho (240 kms.)
Before breakfast, very early in the morning, you have a chance to offer food to monks along the streets of Chiang Khan local market. After breakfast we ride along curvy roads to discover Khao Kho, Thailand´s “little Switzerland”. Visit Wat Pha Sorn Kaew, “the ceramic and celadon temple” before we reach Khao Kho. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Khao Kho is a district over 1.000 meters above sea level: Often misty with a 360 degree panoramic view and refreshing weather the entire year (18 – 25 Celsius degree). Later you will enjoy and relax in your peaceful accommodation.

Day 9. Khao Kho – Phrae (221 kms.)
After breakfast, we visit Khao Kho Memorial Sacrifice monument and weapons museum. Between 1965 – 1984, this mountain area was the battle field of the Thai Communist Party and the Thai Royal Army. Then we continue uphill, cruising to Phu Ta Boek National Park: “The Shangri-La of Thailand”. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Continue along winding roads until we reach unseen Phrae, where you can relax at the beautiful accommodation with swimming pool.

Day 10. Phrae– Chiang Mai (237 kms.)
After breakfast, we leave Phrae cruising along highway to Den Chai, visit a large reclining Buddha. Then we ride through winding mountainous roads to Lampang. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Visit the Thai elephant conservation center and world´s first elephant hospital. Continue riding, passing through national parks and farming areas. Visit a local market, stopping for refreshment, before heading back to Chiang Mai.

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