Wind down in a time bubble
The Basecamp is our house nestled in an old river-side community along the Maeklong River. Starting point of the Bike2Basics this house serves as our operational base for more adventures in the western Thailand regions. The Basecamp and surrounding homestays are recommended for active, yet relaxing weekends as many destinations can be visited through offbeat biking adventures such as the UNESCO protected canal community of Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak floating market, the Maeklong train market and other less known but beautiful, local destinations. Below are some sample trips that can be undertaken from the Basecamp.
Our house is also ideal as a spring board toward destinations such as Hua Hin, Kaeng Krachan National Park or to Ratchaburi or Kanchanaburi. We can take care of your logistical questions and ensure, you will get insights into areas that are often bypassed and overlooked or only scratched on the surface. Basecamp is our home and we will make it yours too.
6,500THB/Person (Group size of 2)
5,900THB/Person (Group size 3- max.7)
NOTE: Vanguard Basecamp is simple Thai style lodging on mats with fan, no private room available, sleeping in the common accessible area.
7,100THB/Person (Group size of 2 in a guesthouse with AC and private room)
6,500THB/Person (Group size of 3 – max.7 in a guesthouse/homestay with AC and private room)
BTS Skytrain Station Wong Wian Yai Exit 1,
8:00 – approx. 6P.M.
TIME: 8:00A.M. – Approx.4p.m.
Arrival Bangkok: Approx. 6p.m.
– Quality Merida, Trek and Gary Fisher mountain bikes, lights and helmets
– VEO (Vanguard Experience Officer) and local trail leader
– Visiting the unique Train Market Talaad Lom Hub in Maeklong
– Visiting the riverfront communities including the UNESCO waterfront market of Amphawa
– Plenty of water, drinks, 2 x lunch and 1 x breakfast
– Admission fees
– Expenses for transportation
– Some of Thailand’s most scenic and intricate trails
– Chill out at the V-Escape incl. tubing, etc.
– overnight stay at the Basecamp (outside Basecamp, costs extra)
– Private taxi/van transfer to Bangkok
Dinner, personal expenses, trip to the meeting point, accommodation if extra guesthouse needs to be booked, tip for the driver/guide, transfer to your next destination.
As it’s only a one night overnight stay we don’t recommend to take big piece of luggage with you. If you can’t keep it at your hotel you can bring it to our guesthouse InnspireBKK where our team will look after it. We recommend to bring only a small backpack with spare clothes to sleep and for the second day. Also wear comfortable clothes for cycling.
1.) Send us an inquiry via Email
2.) We inform you about our availability
3.) If available, transfer deposit via Paypal to secure your spot
4.) Receive the confirmation. Remaining balance can be paid in person on the day of tour.
FOR BOOKINGS SIMPLY SEND US AN EMAIL to HELLO@BANGKOKVANGUARDS.COM
Or call-, whatsapp: +66(0)61-634 9907 / +66(0)85-8339218
Paypal to: email@example.com (Currently we can’t accept credit cards)
500THB / PERSON via Paypal to secure your spot. The remaining amount can be paid on the tour to avoid Paypal fees.
FULL PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL:
If you prefer to pay the amount in full, we will have to ADD 4.5% Paypal fee surcharge to the tour price.
Cancellation within 24hours before tour begin, no refund. However we will count the amount as credit which you can use for the same or another tour at a later time.
We currently accept ONLY PAYMENTS through PAYPAL
We CANNOT accept CREDIT CARDS or Stripe at this point
Chose any of the Basecamp Excursions, one excursion each day or one day simply doing nothing is also part of vacations. If you decide to simply hangout the rate will be adjusted.
60km mountain bike adventure or local transport, the choice is yours but enjoy a day mud-skiing, seafood on stilted off-shore platforms, mangrove tree planting and swimming monkeys with the fishermen.
Go on guided trips to show you the inside outs of Thailand’s smallest province or rent our bikes and explore on your own
Join the amazing Ratchaburi trail to see what the famous floating market is all about and compare that to the real local life