Beautiful 1-day Private Group BMW Motorcycle Tour in Northern Thailand with endless curves, good paved roads and spectacular scenery all the way to the top of Thailand’s tallest mountain Doi Inthanon. The mountains you are riding during this tour belong to the Himalayan mountain ridge. Besides riding up to the highest point in Thailand (2,565 meters), you will visit the Twin Pagodas and the Wachirathan Waterfall. This short tour introduces you to some of the many attractions near Chiang Mai while providing an enjoyable riding experience on some scenic twisty roads.
Wachiratarn Waterfall, Doi Inthanon, Twin Pagodas, great scenery and mountain roads
DAY BY DAY
Chiang Mai-Doi Inthanon-Chiang Mai
In the morning we will pick you up from your hotel and bring you to our Service Center for a tour briefing and motorcycle hand over etc.
After you are familiar with your motorcycle we leave Chiang Mai behind us and ride back roads towards Wat Tam Doi Toan, starting our group motorcycle tour of the top of Thailand's tallest mountain. The road is less travelled, we are passing villages, elephant camps and endless rice paddies. This is the back road up to Doi Intanon. The beauty is that we have mostly the road for our selves since most tourists take the main road. We climb through beautiful pine forests for more than 2,000 meters on windy roads to the peak of Doi Inthanon, which at 2,565 meters above sea level is the highest point in Thailand.
We visit the impressive Twin Pagodas built by the Thai Air Force in honour of their Majesties King and Queen in commemoration of their 60th birthdays. We stop on the way down at a Hmong Tribal Market where the villagers trade various kinds of vegetation, fruits and flowers are grown on their own farm.
Our final stop is at the Wachiratharn Waterfall, which can be accessed from the road. It is one of Thailand's most impressive waterfalls, at approximately 80 meters high. Expect to be back at Bike Tour Asia Service Centre latest by 5 pm, ending our group motorcycle tour of the top of Thailand's tallest mountain. Transfer back to the hotel. (210 km/130 miles)