Mumbai to Goa, Take a adventurous bike trip with complete guide

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Mumbai to Goa is one of the most famous road trip routes in India it Popularly called NH17 which connects Mumbai to Kerala. It offers a trip along the western coastline of India which is truly fascinating and amazing. During the ride you’ll come across picturesque panoramas with hills and beaches. Mumbai to Goa bike trip can be considered as one of the best road trips in the list of best bike trip routes in the country where you can experience immense scenic beauty. You will get the mesmerizing Western Ghats, and then land of beaches, Goa. Mumbai to Goa trip is all about journey not about the destination.

Best time for Mumbai to Goa Bike Trip

December and January are the best time for Mumbai to Goa bike trip and these are the busiest months too. Must do bookings in advance for hotels there on the spot because its difficult to get any good hotel on check-in counter.

Best bike for Trip

If you calculate total distance of trip for Mumbai to Goa and returning back it itself is about 1200 km long. And if you calculate other tourist attraction then it will be approx 1500 km or even more so, for covering these long distance during trip you need good bike with little heavy engine. 150cc or more will be perfect for this trip , it will give comfort to both you and machine during ride.

Bullet classic 350 and 500, Thunderbird 350 and 500, Himalyan, KTM 200 and 390, Bajaj Pulsar any variant above 150, Tvs Apache, Yamaha FZS, R15, Suzuki Gixer these are the favorite bikes of rider for Mumbai To Goa Bike trip.

And don’t forget to service your bike before starting your Mumbai to Goa Bike trip, and always keep some repair tool and puncture kit to avoid any inconvenience.

Mumbai Goa Bike Trip Route

This route is 20 km longer than the other route still people consider this route as the best route between Mumbai to Goa. The road is simple, smooth and straight with a four lane road all along journey.

Mumbai >> Khandala >> Lonavala>> Pune >> Satara >> Kolhapur >> Belgaum >> Goa

Cost of Trip

Trip cost of Mumbai to Goa depends upon various factor like, type of bike you choose (**In case you rent a bike), type of hotel, cost of meal per time, Miscellaneous cost, shopping, and other emergency spends. It will take around 13 hours to cover distance of 600 km from Mumbai to Goa.

Fuel :- On average mileage of 30 Km per liter, Fuel cost will be approximately Rs 4000 for Mumbai – Goa – Mumbai. In case you want to rent the bike, then you have to add Bike rental cost for approx Rs 5000 for 5 days per bike.

Hotels :- Here you will find a lot of budget hotels for stay in Goa. you can get a nice budget hotel room at 1500 Per Night for 2 person.

Foods :- Food including Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner will cost around 4000 Rupees per Person in 5 days.

Hence Mumbai to Goa bike trip will cost you Rs.13000 – 18000 per person approximately for 5 days.

Mumbai Goa Bike Trip Itinerary
Lonavala

Wake up in the morning and start your journey from Mumbai for Lonavala which is at stretch of approx 83km. You can take a break in Lonavala. Part of the Sahyadri hills and close to Pune and Mumbai, Lonavala has lots of waterfalls, lakes and hills at the height of 2,047 feet from sea level and sprawling over 38 km square of land. It is surrounded by lush green valleys.

After exploring some picturesque places of Lonavala, start your ride for the Pune, the hitech city. Pune is the best stop in the trip for launch, here you can try some amazing food like Jumbo Vada Pav at Garden Vada Pav Centre, Mysore Masala Dosa at Vaishali, Chicken Biriyani at Tiranga Bhuvan Kothrud, Maharashtrian Thali at Shabree. Pune is the historical city in India, It was the base of the Peshwas (prime minister) of the Maratha Empire. Hence you will find some amazing historical structures, forts which you should visit at least once.

Shaniwar Wada Pune

With the stretch of 112 km between Pune and Satara you can cover this distance in 2 hours and 30 mins. Satara is blessed with natural beauties including hearty and cool places like waterfalls, Shivsagar lakes which completely gives a peace of mind, Kaas plateau is very well-known for flora & fauna blossoms, Pratapgarh Fort, Lingamala Falls, Thoseghar.

Waterfalls

Situated on the banks of the river Panchaganga in the south-west region of Maharashtra and a treat for non vegetarians, a stopover lunch would be ideal in Kolhapur. You can even visit some popular tourist spots like Shri Mahalakshmi Temple, Kolhapur, Bhavani Mandap, New Palace Museum, Rankala Lake.

Goa Beach

After leaving Kolhapur take a break in Belgaum, a charming city in Karnataka which is at a stretch of 114 km. You may consider Belgaum for a night stay during trip. You can visit some of the famous tourist spots like Belgaum fort and beautiful Bhimgad wildlife sanctuary. After exploring Belgaum start your journey for final destination i.e Beach city of India, Goa. After reaching Goa you can enjoy beauty of nature and sea with some of popular spots like Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Grand Island, Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Arambol Beach, Palolem Beach, Curlies, Chapora Fort, Divar Island, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.

Must Visit Place in Mumbai to Goa Bike Trip

Here is some major tourist attraction during Mumbai Goa bike trip which you should not miss. These are must visit place during trip which includes historical forts, natural beauty and picturesque landscape view of Lonavala and Khandala.

  • Rajmachi Fort
  • Visapur Fort
  • Bhedsa Caves
  • Kune Waterfalls
  • Tiger’s Leap
  • Shaniwar Wada Palace
  • Aga Khan Palace
  • Pratapgarh Fort
  • Shivsagar Lake
  • Lingamala Waterfalls
  • Thoseghar waterfalls
  • Shri Chatrapati Shahu Museum
  • Panhala Fort
  • Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Mahalaxmi Temple, Kolhapur
  • Vajrapoha Falls
  • Belgaum Fort
  • Kapileshwar Temple
  • Baga Beach
  • Calangute Beach
  • Grand Island
  • Dudhsagar Waterfalls
  • Arambol Beach
  • Palolem Beach
  • Chapora Fort
  • Divar Island
  • Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.

Things to Carry during Trip

  • Keep license & registration, P.U.C, permits as well as other photo id proofs ready.
  • Chargers, power banks
  • First Aid Kit
  • Offline Saved Maps
  • Camera kit and gear
  • Helmet with protective visor
  • Riding goggles
  • Riding gloves
  • Spare Tyre & puncture repair kit

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