See a whole new side of Goa with B:Live South Goa trails. It’ll only take a few minutes on the e-bike to ride far away from the city-side and enter the countryside of South Goa. From not-to-miss views to a sneak-peak into daily lives of locals, from absorbing the serenity and beauty to learning about local techniques, get to know all about Goa that most tourists don’t even get a glimpse of. Cycle through some stunning stretches and take a look behind the screens of what it takes to get the freshest seafood on your plate. Get greeted with the smell of freshly baked Paos and be awed by the stories of some of the oldest churches of Goa. Leave behind the tourist enclaves and experience a lesser-known, real side of Goa.
There’s more to Cavelossim than what meets the eye. Cycle through some stunning stretches and take a look behind the screens of what it takes to get the freshest seafood on your plate. A nationalist once lived here for a day, wander through the same location and know what triggered the movement to Goa’s liberation. For a real understanding of Cavelossim culture, look no further than this rich, impressive and authentic tour. It’s a road cycling odyssey through a less-explored village life of Cavelossim.
Explore the intimate aspects of Varca on an e-bike where you’ll get to meet and greet the locals, while absorbing the serenity and beauty of Benaulim. See how the locals live their daily life in Varca, Assolna and Orlim. From local cow shed to an Indo-Portuguese house, absorb the enticing stories and trivias of Varca which most tourists don’t even get a glimpse of. Learn about some traditional farming methods and agricultural practices followed by the local Goans. Not just that, visit one of the local manufacturing units that creates ropes and doormats using raw materials from the coconut tree. Catch the evergreen Kulagar plantation and the fascinating St. Michael Church.
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. Get a sneak peek into Girron, a perfect raw example of how modern technology has not made its way to this part of Goa and 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. To top that, get to know the story behind the humble Pao and learn all about its making process at a local bakery, situated bang on the beach.