Sangkhlaburi Guided Tours

Mar 30, 2010
Sangkhlaburi Guided Tours

About Jack (Muddy Rider) in his own words:-

"I was born in the jungle, in Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary with my family we call Jakea village
It is 98-100km far from Sangkhlaburi and 140km to Umphang. I know that area well cause when I was child
we have no truck no bike, only do trek and ox card to visit our relative. I have many friend and relative between these two towns also."

Bike Tour

- Tailor made trip 3 to 5 days
- Ride through spectacular trails and amazing scenery
- Bring your own bike and safety gear
- Cash is a must. There are no credit card facilities out here
- No mobile signal for the majority of the time (even in the villages)
- Camping / sleeping in the great outdoors or remote villages
- Fuel available along the way (No need to cary spare)
- Food provided by Jack (If you need extras, suggest you find some space in your bag)
- Camelbak or spare water (water purifier would be handy to have)




1,300 Baht per rider / per day (3 riders or more)
2,000 Baht per rider / per day (2 riders)


Guide, Basic food - Home stay - Camping - Forestry Department Fee

What to take:-

Sleeping bag, hammock, mosquito repellent, water, cash, soap, bike, spare tubes and tools for your bike.



Trekking Tour

- Tailor made 1 to 7 days out of Sangkhlaburi.
- Pick-up in Sangkhlaburi
- Jungle survival techniques
- Bamboo cooking
- Trek for 30 to 45 km stopping for lunch in the jungle
- Sleep over night in the villages with the local people enjoying the food and culture
- Trekking from Sangkhlaburi to Umphang will take 6 to 7 days to complete.




950 baht per day / per person (2 people or more)


Guide, Basic food - Home stay - Forestry Department fee - Transport back to Sangkhlaburi.

What to take:-

Sleeping bag, mosquito repellent, cash for small purchases along the way, water or drink boiled water at the villages.
(Not too much gear - bare essentials)


What are you responsible for?

- Booze, smokes, restaurants, snacks, etc
- Camping gear / Hammocks / Flash light
- Spares for your bike.. Oil, Petrol, Tubes, anything bike related.
- Personal items, mosquito repellent and other items you need to be comfortable
- Water purification tablets or filter would be useful but not 100% required

When to come:-

- October to May.

GT- Rider Trip Reports

Mike Hohman & Robert Hiekel
The two that started it all....

Tony, Mike, Trent, Brian and Gene plus a great bunch of Thai riders

Tony's ripper report!

Brian's report!-Redux

Alan's report with a bunch of mates!

More reports on this region:-

More about this magnificent area:-


Contact Jack (Muddy Rider) for more detailed and up to date information.

PM "MuddyRider" on this forum

Email :- jarunsaksri1(at)




Mar 30, 2010
Add Mike's fantastic video for anyone contemplating the ride.
Should set the expectations just about right :)

Feb 16, 2012
Excellent write up Brian! Thanks for posting this story!

I came across the story looking up "Beung Kleung" as I was traveling there with "Dave from the clinic" from Chiang Mai. I'm heading back south to Malaysia now and it sure would have been fun to keep heading south as opposed to going back all the way north to Mae Sot first!