Highlands of Goa Bike Tour

  • A wholesome biking trail with forest paths, beach side and waterfalls.
  • Experiencing the famous Goan local drink, the cashew Fenny and delicious fish fry/fish curry.

Discover the comparatively untreaded paths of Goa on this cycling tour. It packs in a variety of experiences; from the breezy seaside routes to bio-diversity hot spots, meandering rivers and crumbling heritage monuments.

Quick Facts

  • Duration

    4 days / 3 nights

  • Start / End

    Panjim, Goa / Goa

  • Price

    As per your size of group, accommodation, time of year you travel

  • Hotels

    Casual Inns

  • Riding Style

    Active Rider

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Brief Itinerary

1Panjim to ChorlaWildernest Nature Resort160km / 36mi
2MollemDudhsagar Plantation160km / 36mi
3NetravaliTanshikar’s Spice Farm150km / 30mi
4Departure60km / 36mi

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Panjim to Chorla

From Panjim we head towards Chorla. After a short transfer, we ride past a road flanked by beautiful forests with a robust wildlife population, then past some uneven terrain till we hit the Chorla Ghats. Settle here into a Wildernest Nature Resort and admire the spectacular valley from there infinity pool. We make base for 2 days here and enjoy the picturesque waterfall, rich wildlife and splendid views.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Distance cycled: 60km / 36mi

Day 2: Mollem

With a few uphills and a constantly green-forested region for company, we head to the 13th century temple, Tambdi Surla’s Mahadeva Temple. The ancient temple is built in a Jain style with basalt. The countryside area is brilliant to cycle around with rich green thickets and a nothing but birdsong filling the air around. Our next stop is the Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary close to Mollem, which is one of the largest national parks in Goa.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Distance cycled: 60km / 36mi

Day 3: Netravali

We ride with gradual climbs and past sugarcane fields to reach Netravali. This is one of the most undiscovered spice plantation area and a major attraction for nature lovers, usually away from the touristic ardour of the beaches. After settling in, we head out for another 10km ride to the Sawri waterfalls. A 3km trek to the waterfall is worth the effort to see the gushing waters. The ride back is mostly downhill.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Distance cycled: 50km / 30mi

Day 4: Departure

It’s a downhill ride past paddy fields and forest hills to Goan beaches. You can extend your stay in Goa and spend time in leisure at beach or take a transfer to Dabolim, Goa airport for your onward journey.

Meals: Breakfast
Distance cycled: 60km / 36mi