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Click and Travel - Day Tours and Rentals
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Amazing 3 day self guided bike tour around Chiang Mai.

Etienne, we can’t thank you enough for our wonderful 3 day self guided bike tour around Chiang Mai... read more

Reviewed March 6, 2020
Denver, Colorado
Much more than expected (Half day south Chiang Mai)

We booked a half day tour with 3 young children (1yo, 4yo and 6yo). We loved the tour. Etienne and... read more

Reviewed January 3, 2020
via mobile
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Reviewed August 24, 2019 via mobile

With my family ( with kids from 9-17) we had 4 wonderful days of approximately 45 km cycling. All hotels were fine (Jasmin Hills lodge, Baanpong lodge, Baan Nam Pong lodge) and the food good. Bikes were fine and the route was easy to find due to the detailed prescription from Etienne. Day 4 was a little disappointing because we made a loop and passed ( after 15 km) the lodge again (all though on the other side of the river). We would recommend a trip like this to see the real Thailand!

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Corné D
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Reviewed August 15, 2019 via mobile

We did a 4 day self-guided tour on bike. Really nice tour. Approx. 45km a day which is a perfect distance. The bikes and waterproof bags (panniers) were fine (waterproof and necessary in the rainy season!). The route instructions were easy to follow once you understand the system. The roads all perfectly good for biking, often leading through small villages and back alleys, than through rice paddies and fruit orchards. It was rice planting season (august) and Lam Yai harvest time. You be smiles and waves along the way, people are really nice. Lunch can always be found if one isn’t picky! The rural, small scale resorts were nice, each with a pool (but don’t be surprised if WiFi doesn’t work or the airconditioning only works half...).
Surprisingly though we often were the only guests! The kitchen would open for us (because it is either too dark to go and find a restaurant or after spending the good part of a day on bike, it’s nice to be lazy too). The staff was always lovely! All in all we must have biked about 180km in 4 days. I can recommend this trip and extend your stay in a Chiang Mai so you get to see life outside of the city. Really nice!

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank AlmaDinx
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Reviewed January 3, 2019

We had the most amazing adventure with Click and Travel 4 day self guided biking tour and I strongly recommend it ! We are a family of four (2 boys, 12 and 17) and we had a great time biking around the Northern Thai countryside. We stayed in three different hotels, travelled 40 kilometres a day on average and carried our stuff in paniers on our bikes (only the essentials, we left the rest at our hotel in Chiang Mai). Etienne gave us very specific and detailed directions so that we stayed on countryside roads and felt very safe and did not get lost (well, except once but we then found our way). Also, excellent back up support in case you need.
The bikes are super good quality which is great as you don't get tired biking. The route we chose was relatively flat (except day 2) so it was very easy for us to bike. I would like to add that we are living in Hong Kong and we do not bike at home, nor are we experienced bikers (except my husband). However, we did not get tired during the four days. I highly recommend the tour, not only for discovering the countryside but also as a great family bonding experience. Thanks again Etienne for the great organisation !

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Marjolaine G
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Reviewed December 7, 2018 via mobile

Amazing! Ohm lead us in a 32km (20 mile) bike tour out of the city center into the farming communities outside. First stop was the former leper colony, and now a seniors facility. Beautiful grounds. But kybgavorite was riding thru the countryside and stopping at local farms and for the Kao Soi noodles at a local restaurant. Saw the old city and a temple before we headed back to our hotel. Ohm was great with ensuring our safety as we crossed thru busy traffic in the city and for making sure the 4 of us stayed with him. What an amazing day!

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed December 5, 2018 via mobile

The 13 day (2 rest days) selfdirected bike tour. Very well maintained bikes, fab Ortlieb panniers. No support vehicle, but maintenance on call.

OK. Lets be clear. Taking a 10-13 day self directed bike tour in regions around Chiang Mai is not for everyone. Who would love it?
* If you enjoy the challenge of navigating old school, without GPS or google maps, with a magical mystery tour of line by line instructions. Turn right in 2.1km at the Y, etc. So much intrigue!
* If You are comfortable with some traffic on pieces of the routes -motos, cars, trucks. Thais are extremely courteous people. And drivers. But you need to be stimulated by occasional busyness that needs your attention.
* If you can handle some hot sun and humidity, especially over the last hours of your +\- 50km day
* If you enjoy Thai food, and welcoming old school resorts - clean, quaint at times, with comfy beds and AC. And pools! And massages.

We always felt safe and supported, even if sweaty and wearing the perfume of adventure.

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Reidislandboy
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