Sometimes our scheduled tours aren't quite right for you. Maybe the timings don't work for your holiday dates or you simply want the satisfaction of designing your own trip. Our friendly team have a wealth of knowledge and will help you create your perfect itinerary.
Although we are a cycling company we can include other activities such as trekking in the hills, rafting on the rivers and snorkeling in the sea (or any thing you can thing of!). Tours can also be tailored to incorporate activities for non-riders.
5-day Bangkok to Kanchanaburi
This 4-day adventure was developed for a family who wanted a special trip to fit in with specific dates, They wanted to explore just as a family and include fun activities specifically for their children.
After a transfer out of Bangkok in our SpiceRoads' minibus, the family jumped on their bikes and headed west. Over the 4-days the family rode a total of 65km along quiet country roads with little traffic. Highlights included bathing the elephants at Elephant World – a sanctuary for sick, old and abused animals. Then walking through the Hellfire Pass – the railway cutting which was built with Japanese prisoners during World War II. And then finally donning life-jackets to float down the fast flowing Kanchanaburi River.
Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai by Road Bike
A custom built tour for a group of friends who wanted a moderately intense road ride in Northern Thailand while still having time to relax and take in the sights. In total they rode 95 km.
They started at Bua Thong waterfall and headed into the stunning north-east countryside to Chiang Dao and then up to Mae Salak near the Burmese border. They rode on country roads and tracks by rice fields set among stunning limestone cliffs. They also had a ride on a long-tail boat, a tour around the Chiang Dao limestone caves and sufficient time after each ride to relax their weary muscles in the hotels' cool and relaxing pools.
Saigon to Siem Reap
This 9-day multi-country adventure was developed for a group of friends who wanted to explore Vietnam and Cambodia at their own pace in a private group.
They started cycling at Cai Be, the gateway to the Mekong Delta, and headed south-west and into Cambodia. The first part of the trip through Cambodia was by boat allowing ample time to sit back before continuing their route by bicycle. There was a lot to see on this tour from the buzzing activity on the Mekong to the awful Killing Fields – where more than a million people were killed by the Khmer Rouge. And finally ending up at the magnificent Angkor Complex.