When in Goa, do what Goans do, zip across the streets on a two-wheeler, gaining advantage over your fellow tourists by getting to visit Goa’s many tiny villages in its hinterlands at your leisure as well as escaping to its backwaters for some river fishing or merely to unwind, relax and or take a dip.
Renting a bike gives you the comfort of being your own boss. Goa’s lack of traffic signals gives rise to a risk of accidents if you’re not too careful. Though an increase in the amount of traffic police in the state on busy roads has helped minimize traffic jams and accidents, it may be wise to be a cautious rider and not tempt fate. Being a holiday destination many tourists ride their motorbikes rather recklessly with not a care in the world and are often halted by either traffic police or an accident, especially during the festive season.
Wearing helmets have become compulsory even in Goa’s remote villages and it would be wise to always leave it on as a basic precautionary measure as well. A valid 2 wheeler license, Aadhar or Pan Card is a must in order to rent a bike. Daily rentals commence at 9:00am the day you rent the bike and end at 9:00 am the following day irrespective of what time you pick up your vehicle (9:00am being the earliest), you must return it back the next day at 9:00am to avoid paying a late fee. Bikes come with a half litre of petrol, a helmet and a copy of the registration and insurance.
The type of bikes available with us and their corresponding prices (negotiable) are given below; please feel free to call us for any other clarification.