We make it all about you, so send us an email of the dates you are considering.
If you are happy to join another group of similar experienced riders them simply tell us.
Although it seems the climate around the world is less consistent than ever, we have some basic information we can share that may help you choose possible tour dates.
High season/ dry season
October, November, December & January
The rainy season has usually subsided by October. Lush green rice paddy’s are in abundance and the ground is nice and damp with muddy sections just around the corner
December and January are cooler months especially on high ground in the evenings and early mornings
Very dry/hot season
February, March & April
This can be a hazy time in pockets of the region due to farmers burning the stubble from their rice fields.
But it’s also a great time to visit as mid April hosts the world famous Songkran water festival which really is a spectacle and an awesome fun 3 days.
Songkran is a celebration of the rains but is actually only showers with the odd storm until maybe July and August.
May, June, July, August & September
Whilst called the rainy season, it hardly ever rains all day and virtually never rains day in day out !!
Often the rains come late in the afternoon (4pm ish) for 10 minutes or an hour or two max.
However when it does rain it really does p p p p persistently comes down in buckets!
Tropical storms are great to watch but slightly less fun to ride in !! But within 30 minutes it’s cooler and dry again!!
May June and July are often great riding months however August can get very very wet and we don’t often recommend it but if it’s your only option then let’s do it.
September is quite unpredictable but again very unusual to have consecutive days of heavy rain.
Let us know the dates that fit with your schedule.