Start from the Ferry Ramp at
Pomburpa, 8 km from the capital, Panaji.
Begin at around 7:30 AM in the morning and head out for the day
Take the traditional Goan Ferry across
the Mandovi River to the island of Chorao.
Cycle through this village still relatively
untouched by urbanization.
Stop at the lovely Divar Island Resort for some well-earned Rest & Recreation. Eat a sumptuous breakfast and take a leisurely swim in the pool.
After, take yet another ferry back to Ribandar, and then back to Panaji.
Conclude your tour at around 1:00 PM and head back home with lots of memories.
Timings- 7:30AM-1:00PM Start Point- Ferry Ramp at Pomburpa End Point- Ribandar
Minimum number of people required: 6
Details on this Activity
Use of 21-speed geared hybrid/mountain bicycle
Group leader and guide
Use of Helmet for safety
Breakfast & Swim at the boutique Divar Island Resort
Reviews on this Activity
Mayoor Tandon 2 years ago
Exploring the unknown corners of Goa on bicycle was a new thing for me. It was a good experience but I found it a little overpriced.
Heema Ganaka 2 years ago
Very beautiful place. Good for cycling. Another face of Goa could be seen. Fair price. Quality bikes. Friendly guides. Modern gears. Proper cycling trip amidst scenic beauty.
Amritambu Nambeesan 2 years ago
I took my kids here as a weekend treat, and it turned out well! The guide Trishna was an experienced cyclist, and ensured our safety with the necessary equipments. The cycles were of decent grade and quality, nothing extraordinary though. The food was alright too, local food, mostly. We explored a lot of Goa, something we couldn’t have done in cars. After the cycling tour, we chilled in the resort swimming pool too! Only downside is that it was a bit pricey for the duration. If the price is reduced a bit, would definitely recommend more. Thanks.
Bhudeva Tagore 2 years ago
It was a nice experience to have in Goa. We took off early and went to many great places in Goa. I personally think that there could have been a little better service from Thrillophilia.