Goa was a Portuguese colony for over four centuries during which there was a strong influence of culture, language, tradition and architecture. All over the state there are beautiful houses which have floor plans and features from what you would observe in Portugal. Most houses have been built with the skill force available locally. Hence each house is a beauty by itself. The walls have seen centuries worth of stories that have led to making it special for us in the current day. We are in the city of Chandrapur which also happens to be the Oldest known capital of Goa. Picture the days gone by where it had armies, fortifications, battles and flourishing trade. Right from the Bhojas to the Silaharas, Chandor was a thriving settlement due to the connectivity that the river Kushavati provided to the travelers. The village is famous for the legend of the Queens curse that was brought upon the village as a result of treachery of the warriors of the kingdom. We will be exploring Chandor as it stands today speaking of its rich past and we meet the current generation of the family members of one of the most prestigious heritage homes in the village. Join us as we take a look at Chandor through its houses.
Historic, remote and breath-taking, Rachol is a village of exotic, unspoilt beauty situated on the banks of River Zuari. This beautiful village has a little something for everyone, including the foodies. With visits like Our Lady of Snow, the oldest church of South Goa to an age-old monument that’s one of its kinds in Asia, Hidden hues of Rachol is a history-lover’s paradise. Get greeted with the smell of freshly baked bread and know the lesser-known facts about its making while visiting a local bakery. Stop to admire the church with a miraculous ring that has been the reason for crowd flocking from far and wide. Hop on a ferry to the village across the river to see a more serene unseen side of Goa and witness native Goan temples that were unperturbed during the Portuguese reign.
Do you ever wish to be transported back to a simpler time? Quaint little Saipem will do this for you. From humble homes and abundant paddy fields, the villages of Parra and Saligao are the modest abodes of untouched beauty. Inspired by Indo-Portuguese architecture, experiencing Saipem's traditional livelihoods is an irresistible treat for the modern mind.
If you’re a ‘Sun and Sand’ person, you’ve definitely heard of the Vagator beach in Goa. The Vagator village is colorful, humble and flaunts a close-knit community of the locals. Always ready for a polite conversation, they will mesmerise you with enchanting stories! . The perfect tribute to culture and serenity, Vagator is an experience one must not miss out on.
This E-bike tour will enable guests to explore the architectural and aesthetic elements incorporated by the world-famous architect Charles Correa into the building of Cidade de Goa. We will delve further into the Portuguese heritage of Goa as we visit Raj Bhavan Gate and introduce the Portuguese history and the work done by the eminent Viceroys, Cabo fort built by the Portuguese to secure the territory and the British cemetery. The ride continues to Dona Paula jetty before we end with a picturesque view of the Arabian Sea.
Enjoy the making of Panjim in an easy and effortless 90 minutes easy e-bike tour. Let the past of Panjim guide you as you cycle through monuments and buildings that stand relevant even today. As you breeze along with the canopy of trees in Campal, you’ll witness the stark contrast in the planning of the capital city. Get to know the revolutionary thinkers who have shaped Panjim over the years and influenced Goa’s ethos in the field of town planning, architecture, art, scholars and politicians. From the liberation of Goa to the opinion poll in the past, Panjim has always been the centre for art, music, architecture and politics. Explore it, the way it’s meant to be.
This unique 90 min easy 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. Get refreshed after a fun-filled thrilling ride.
If you’re looking for fun activities in Virajpet, look no further! We’re offering e-bike experiences that will have you and your gang awestruck with what Virajpet has to offer. When you join us on this nature trail, you will get to see the unseen beauty of Karnataka. This is a perfect tour that can bring you close to nature and help you reconnect with your curiosity. If you’ve ever felt the need to devote yourself to the serenity of a natural environment, Virajpet trip can bring you the aesthetic peace you’re looking for. Ride your electric bike through the mushy paddy fields and aromatic coffee plantations. Taste the authentic and pure honey that Virajpet is so famously known for. Don’t forget to shop for organic spices, cinnamon, and coffee powder in the local bazaars. Our nature trails are beyond sightseeing and mere say activities in Virajpet, as we wish to provide breathtaking views and curated experiences to travellers, not just tourists. Meet the local farmers and witness livestock farming at the grassroots as you meander through the lush greenery around you. Moreover, our curvy routes go through the waterfalls around the town and many breath-taking and magnificent bends. E-cycling through this beautiful town will leave you with mesmerising views that will stay etched in your memory as a reminder of Virajpet's surreal beauty. Explore this quaint and quiet paradise, sustainably by choosing fun over fuel and going eco-friendly on your trip in Virajpet.
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.