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Mumbai Goa Odyssey

Mumbai Goa Odyssey

Cycling | English, Hindi | 16hrs 40mins
Fri 26 Jul 2024
at 1:50 PM
Gateway of India: Mumbai
₹ 42,999
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  • Hotel Stay Photography / Videography Breakfast Dinner
  • Support Vehicle Luggage carrying Support Hydration/Nutrition Support Technical/Mechanical Support
  • Ride Marshal Trophy 1 t-shirt 1 Jersey

Bicycling is no more just an occasional ride to stay fit. Cycling tours in India serve as an efficient and fun way to explore different regions of the country. So, if you are a cycling enthusiast and want to make the most of it from the saddle of your cycle, congrats! You are at the right place.

Embark on a thrilling cycling journey from Mumbai to Goa, traversing picturesque coastal roads, historic sites, and serene landscapes. Starting at the iconic Gateway of India, pedal your way through Diveagar’s beaches, soak in the Konkan charm of Dapoli, and explore the historic wonders of Ratnagiri and Pawas. Enjoy varied terrains, including scenic coastal routes and ferry rides to Jaigad, as you cycle through Kunkeshwar and Vengurla. Finally, cross into vibrant Goa, celebrating the triumph of your coastal cycling escapade in the lively atmosphere of Arambol. Pack your pedals and join us on this unforgettable journey – it’s not just a ride; it’s a story waiting to unfold! 

Day 1 : Gateway of India to Murud | 67 km | Ferry Ride(included)

Arrive at the Gateway of India in Mumbai at 6:00 AM for the day’s proceedings. Your bikes will undergo thorough checks, and you’ll be acquainted with the on-ground team responsible for providing hydration, technical assistance, and mechanical support throughout the event. Our motorbike and support vehicle marshals are dedicated to ensuring a smooth and comfortable journey for every rider. In case of fatigue, support vehicles are on standby to offer riders a chance to rest.

Start your cycling adventure at the iconic Gateway of India in Mumbai.

Take a ferry boat to Mandwa Jetty, enjoying picturesque views of the Arabian Sea.

Begin cycling towards Murud, covering approximately 67 km.

Stop for lunch at Alibagh beach and enjoy the coastal scenery

Once you reach the destination, a welcome drink shall be served. Rooms will be allotted to each participant. You can rest, freshen up, and then regather for dinner. After that, we shall head for a sound and restful sleep in preparation for the next day’s ride.

Road conditions: Smooth coastal roads with occasional elevation.

Day 2 : Murud to kelshi | 79 km

Day 3 : Kelshi to Velneshwar | ferry from Dabhol to Veldur | 83 km

Day 4: Velneshwar to Pawas | Ferry to Jaigad | 78 km

Day 5: Pawas to Kunkeshwar | 87 km

Day 6: Kunkeshwar to Vengurla | 91 km

Day 7: Vengurla to Arambol, Goa | 31 km

Day 8: Goa- Delhi | Return Journey

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Gateway of India: Mumbai
Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

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