Leisure Cycling - Mud Island Portuguese Route

Cycling-Adventures


Start from Andheri to Versova (Yari Road) and reach Versova Jetty. Cross the creek with your bicycles on ferry boats on the other side to Madh. Start cycling through fishermans’ small locality near madh to reach madh fort and madh island. Explore the virgin land with pin drop silence and unexplored land route. The fort is secluded and difficult to reach; explore old Church; Sleepy Hamlets; Koli Villages all along.

Cycling at Mud-Island
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(Cycling at Mud-Island).

Versova - Mud Jetty - Mud Fort and Shiv Temple -  Dana Pani - Airangal Beach - Aksa Beach - Mud Jetty

Trip Fee:
 Rs.1500/- per head.

(Minimum 6 persons group).

Trip Fee includes:
Camp Fee includes breakfast and one unit of coconut water.
Cycle Rentals; Drop and pickup of cycles at Versova.
Ferry Charges 

Those who do not have cycles kindly get in touch with us well in advance for cycles on rentals.

Meeting Points:

6:30 am Seven Bunglows (Near. Costa Coffee, Nana Nani Park)
6:45 am Versova (Mud Jetty)
7:30 am Mud Fort and Shiv Temple
8:30 am Dana Pani Beach / Airangal Beach
9:30 am Aksa Beach (The Resort)
11:30 am Mud Jetty (We call it a day)..




Preparations and things to carry:


Minimal weight of your rucksack is recommended as load starts feeling later once you cycle further. Water bottle, sunscreen Cream, extra money, headgear/cap and sunglasses are must recommend. Avoid wearing dark color clothes and slippers/ sandles /heels. Jogging shoes are best for cycling. Waist pouches too can come very handy for things that require frequent usage during the day. You can carry packed lunch on morning till evening cycling days.


Be a Proud Eco Adventurist!


Bicycles provide numerous benefits compared to motor vehicles, including exercise, an alternative to the use of fossil fuels, no air or noise pollution, much reduced traffic congestion, easier parking, greater maneuverability, and access to both roads and paths. The advantages are at less financial cost to the user as well as society (negligible damage to roads, and less pavement required). 

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