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Cycling in Laos



Explore rural Laos by bike

14 Days
Next Departure
Starting at
± USD 3,774.00
Price per day
± USD 270.00

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Cycling in Laos
Travel Style
Small Group Tour with More Flexibility
Group Size
7 - 18
Age Group
16 - 99 Years


Explore rural Laos by bike

Short Itinerary

Day 1.
Start Chiang Mai
Day 2.
Warm-Up Ride Around Chiang Mai Old Town And Visit ...
Day 3.
Transfer To Chiang Rai; Cycle Along The Thai/Burma...
Day 4.
Visit An Opium Museum; Cycle Towards Border To Chi...
Day 5.
Transfer Into Laos; Cycle To Luang Nam Tha
Day 6.
Rural Cycle To The Udomxai Province
Day 7.
Continue Through Udomxai Province To Pak Beng
Day 8.
Board Slow Boat On The Mekong To Luang Prabang Vis...
Day 9.
Cycle To Beautiful Kuang Si Waterfalls. Chance To ...
Day 10.
Luang Prabang To Vang Vieng
Day 11.
Vang Vieng To Vientiane
Day 12.
Free Morning To Explore Then Cross Over The Friend...
Day 13.
Bangkok City Tour; Free Time 
Day 14.
End Bangkok

Visited Countries (2): Laos, Thailand

Visited cities (6): Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng, Vientiane



Laos, known as the land of a million smiles, boasts stunning mountainous landscape and a laid back atmosphere, the result of a long isolation from its neighbours. Our route takes us through some spectacular scenery, from narrow roads shaded by jungle vines to shimmering rice paddies and mountains which are home to a mix of ethnic groups. Out of the saddle, we walk through villages and bamboo forest and visit Luang Prabang with striking colonial buildings, tree-lined avenues and colourful temples. We finish our trip in bustling Bangkok. The cycling is demanding at times, but our reward is to have roads almost to ourselves in South East Asia's friendliest and least known country.



  • * Exploring remote areas of Laos rarely visited by tourists * Spectacular mountain scenery, limestone cliffs, rice paddies and waterfalls * Traditional hill tribe villages * Slow cruise down the Mekong River 
  • Included in Price

    • All breakfasts and 1 dinner are included. The food on this trip is a real highlight. The national staple of Laos is sticky rice which is served with all meals and is often used as a scooping device to pick food up as meals are traditionally eaten with hands and not utensils. Typical dishes to accompany the rice are laap (or larb) which is a salad of any kind of minced meat; mok pa, which is fish steamed in a banana leaf; grilled chicken, pork or fish; and jaew, which are dips that might be made from roasted aubergine or tomatoes. Undertones of lemongrass, chilies and ginger are everywhere, imparting spicy and sour notes that bring heat and layers to dishes. Noodle dishes are common and the sweet offerings tend to focus around the abundance of fresh fruit available – be sure to seek out the mangosteen, the sweet segments are a local favourite and unlike any other fruit.Western food is readily available almost everywhere. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that in SE Asia the availability of certain specialised products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these items from home. You may find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home; high energy snack bars are not readily available locally. For snacks and drinks during the rides, a kitty is normally arranged (see Extra Expenses in the trip notes) and these snacks tend to be a combination of nuts, fruit and biscuits.In the more remote areas the food is likely to be basic and the breakfasts will be simple.
    • * All breakfasts and 1 dinner * All accommodation * All transport and listed activities * Tour leader throughout * Flights from London (if booking incl. flights) * Arrival & departure transfers * Local bike hire

    NOT included in price

  • * Travel insurance * Single accommodation (available on request - only available 11 nights) * Visas or vaccinations
  • Travel Package

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    Tour Chiang Mai Bangkok

    This is an Organised Group Tour: the itinerary has been predefined by the tour operator. The tour destinations, duration, accommodations, departure dates and the price are fix. You can join, enjoy and meet other people.



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