Turtles & Waterfalls Bike Tour

Tours & Sightseeing in Thailand

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Tour description provided by Viator

Thai Muang is a small Thai coastal town on the Andaman Coast in between Phuket and Khao Lak, despite having great coast line, deserted beaches, National Parks and waterfalls in the vicinity it is very much over looked by the mass tourists; most people simply bypass the area moving between Khao Lak and Phuket. It is the quiet unhurried pace of life in this small Thai town and the nearby villages that attracted Amazing Bike Tours to select the area for one of our Thailand Biking day trips. The location of this day trip makes it the perfect Biking choice for guests staying in Phuket Island.
Pick up from your Phuket Hotel. Chalong area: 7:00-7:10am Kata and Karon area: 7:30-7:40am Patong area: 7:50-8:00am Kamala area: 8:00-8:10am Surin area: 8:10-8:20am Bangtao area: 8:20-8:30am Laguna: 8:30-8:40am Mai Khao: 9:00-9:15am Other areas on request and additional charges will apply for areas not listed above. 9:15am: Safety Briefing in English and bike/ helmet allocation. 9:15am - 12:15pm: Biking 32km in Phang Nga Provence, mixture of easy dirt trails and quiet coastal roads with views of the Andaman sea. Stop along the way and the bike guide will show how rubber is tapped from the tree. Stop at a pier with views of deserted beaches and enjoy some local snacks. 12:15-1:15pm: Enjoy a delicious Thai lunch at beachside restaurant. 1:15-2:00pm: Visit a Sea Turtle conservation center and learn what this project is doing to help endangered Sea Turtle populations. 2:00-3:00pm: Bike 16km to reach the waterfall. 3:00-4:00pm: Short jungle trek and then time to swim/cool down at this impressive waterfall in Phang Nga provence. 4:00-6:00pm: Return transfer to your hotel. Time to reach you hotel will vary depending on the location of your hotel. Times are approx as guests cycling abilities can affect the time it takes. It is not a race, enjoy seeing part of Phang Nga by bicycle you would not have otherwise seen.

What’s included

  • Hotel Transfer (see areas which include free transfer)
  • Trek mountain bike and helmet
  • Drinking Water, Fruits & Snacks.
  • Thai Lunch.
  • English speaking bicycle guide/tour leader.
  • Insurance
  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Bottled water

What’s not included

  • National Park Entrance Fee: 100 Thai Baht per person. Pay in cash directly to park ranger.