Bike and Bites in wonderful Inle Lake’s surroundings

Total $103.00

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• Biking through the countryside and seeing how the locals really live was the highlight.
• Join-in tour (group size min 1 pax – max 12 pax)
• Taste some lovely tea and food


Bike and helmet/English speaking host or guide/Assistant host or mechanic for 6+ pax/Snacks and water during the ride
Flight No
Hotel No
Meal Yes
Transportation Yes
Tour Guide Yes
Admission Fees No
Personal Expense No
Trip Duration 6 hours & 15 minutes


Pick up and drop off service/ Travel insurance/Services not mentioned in the above program/All expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks.

Terms & Conditions

• Tour has to be booked 3 days in advance.
• Free of charge for children 0-2 years old.
• Children older than 2 years will be treated as adults.

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 4 days in advance for a full refund.
100% cancellation fees will be applied if you cancel tour in less than 4 days.
Safety and insurance:
• Participants must have an average fitness level
• Not recommended for participants with back problems
• Not recommended for participants with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions
• Not recommended for pregnant women


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•Today,you will find the local life by biking tour.First,you will have to go the Grosshopper Shop located in central Nyaung Shwe where your guide will meet you at 7:15am.After introductions comes a bike fitting, safety briefing and then off on the bikes to try our first dish!We prepare three small eateries where you can taste their unique local specialites  by stopping at each. We’ll enjoy a view of the Shan Palace while listening to the history of the Sawbwa (Shan Princes).
•Set off on a ride around the outer suburbs of Nyaung Shwe where smiling children and adults will surely greet you. Before long we’re out among the fields – rice, flowers, beans and other crops will be on view, depending on the season.
•Midway through we’ll have a surprise stop for you with a pop-up restaurant, serving a traditional Shan staple (you’ll find out on the day!) accompanied by a welcoming fresh juice.
•Water buffalo laze in the water channel beside the road, ducks may cause a traffic jam and the friendly locals will call and wave as we pass by, heading back to the Grasshopper shop where we’ll conclude around 12.30 (13:30 for those who like a slower pace). This morning tour is guaranteed to leave you with all your senses full – a riot of sight, sound, taste and smell.