While Panjim is known for its well-preserved heritage, that's not all it has to offer. Feed your passion for fun with a specially curated Goan food trail for all food lovers. Know all about the strong Portuguese influence and the traditional Hindu influence that pre-date the Portuguese and get to know the differences between the two. Ride through the scenic lanes of Fontainhas. This is a ride that is nothing less than a feast for your senses.
Venture beyond typical beaches and head to Divar, a completely different realm that exists across Mandovi river. Divar island will surely enchant you with its splendours. Witness time slowing down in this quaint river island situated just a few miles from the capital city of Panjim. Ride through patches of fields, mangroves, churches, temple sites and beautiful houses. Breathe and live rich heritage from traditional occupations like fishing. After immersing yourself in an unseen side of North Goa. The pretty locations and locals of Divar will entice all those looking for untouched pristine beauty.
A village quite peaceful away from the parties and happening. We ride through the village of Varca, Orlim, and Fatrade passing by paddy fields surrounded by coconut trees. Learn about Areca nut plantation where along with Areca nuts, there are other plants like bananas, pineapple, and more. With the catholic influence in Goa especially in the South, we get to see an Indo-Portuguese-style house and visit a 450-year-old church, which is one of the oldest churches in South Goa.
This unique e-bike tour traces some of the far reaches of the multicultural side of Panjim, providing a perfect setting to experience the cultural heritage, vibrant present and scenic highlights of the city. We start right at what was the starting point for entering Panjim during the Portuguese times and ride up the Altinho hill, currently a hub for government offices, art gallery centres and grand residences. Get the bird’s eye view of the city and brace yourself for a ride full of fascinating facts, anecdotes and surprises.
Explore, hidden in nature, bold and powerful and the most neglected coastal side of Sinquerim with a fortress in ruins. A cache of natural beauty, ancient history and breath-taking architecture! This tour offers a chance to experience the tranquil side of Sinquerim and Candolim that gets masked by the chaos that’s followed by commercialisation.
It’ll only take a few minutes on the e-bike to ride far away from the city-side and enter the countryside of Cansaulim. Explore the raw Cansaulim way of life by witnessing their regular day which might come as a surprise to the urban visitors. Visit Tinto, a commonplace for the sale of the local produce. This trail offers a not-to-miss view of the magnificent 3 Kings Chapel which is believed to be the most haunted spot in Goa.
Explore the beautiful island of Chorao, along the Mandovi River on e-bikes. Effortlessly ride through the lush green fields and peaceful, unseen streets of the island. Discover an ancient church that has an interesting story behind the oyster shell windows. Unwind at an open field overlooking the city of Panaji and refresh yourself with a local Goan breakfast. The captain will show you around the Sluice gate (Maanos) and explain its importance to the local fishermen and farmers. Explore the ancient temple built-in 1934 as you ride along the countryside lined with churches and picturesque Portuguese homes.
Venture beyond typical beaches and head for the most adventurous trail away from the chaotic and commercial life of Goa, a completely different realm that exists across Mandovi river. Divar island will surely enchant you with its splendours. Witness time slowing down in this quaint river island situated just a few miles from the capital city of Panjim. Ride through patches of fields, mangroves, churches, temple sites and beautiful houses. Breathe and live rich heritage from traditional occupations like fishing. After immersing yourself in an unseen side of North Goa. The pretty locations and locals of Divar will entice all those looking for untouched pristine beauty. The trail just doesn't end here, hop on to a ferry from Divar and visit its neighbouring island. Explore the backwaters and row your boat between the mangroves, spot migratory birds and sea otters, if you are lucky enough one may spot the backwater crocodiles too, learn the art of fishing by the locals and get hosted by them for a mouth watering home cooked delicacy.
Ride effortlessly on the winding roads of the Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty, on an electric bike. This scenic ride takes you through breath-taking vistas, woods and tea plantations. An excellent way to see the countryside around Ooty.