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Discover Goa City

As a former Portuguese colony, the blended Goanese culture, Baroque architecture, and cuisines all have a touch of colonial nostalgia. Today, Goa is one of the most popular tourist destinations, with tourists pouring in from around the world. The top attractions of Goa are its delicious cuisine, nature reserved and bustling beaches, and brimming nightlife.
Goa is a beach lover's paradise with a coastline stretching over 100 km. Some popular beaches are Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach, and Mandrem Beach. Cafes and hotels surrounding most beaches give you a taste of the unique flavor of Goa. To enjoy the true essence of Goa, rent a bike in Goa and travel with freedom. Sukuto is the best bike rental in Goa, where you can hire a motorcycle in Goa at prices as low as Rs.6/hour!

Best Places to Visit in Goa City

Love traveling on two wheels? Rent a bike in Goa with Sukuto and visit some of the best places in Goa.

1. Old Goa

Old Goa holds great significance in Goa’s history and heritage. As a former Portuguese colony, it is still reminiscent of colonial architecture, culture, and cuisine. Many tourists and photographers flock to Goa to feel the colonial nostalgia present even in the streets of Goa. These old lanes are best experienced when traveling on two-wheelers. At Sukuto, we provide our customers with the benefit of taking a two-wheeler on rent in Goa at their nearest convenient locations.
Places to visit nearby: Tomb of St. Francis Xavier, Se Cathedral, Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount, Archaeological Museum of Goa, Wax Museum of Goa, Basilica of Bom Jesus.
Best places to eat: Garrafo Bar, Annapurna Restaurant, Greenyard Restaurant, Adlem Goi.

2. Parra

The best place for a biking expedition in Goa is Parra. Located just outside Mapusa town, Parra offers a scenic view of the beautiful countryside of Goa. Palm trees shadow the roads, and driving through them on a bike is an experience you can’t miss. If you are trying to find the best bike rental in Goa, check out our exclusive fleet of two-wheelers and get the best deals on early bookings. 
Places to visit nearby: Mapusa Village, Reiz Magos Fort, Corjuem Fort.
Best Places to eat: Spice Goa, Gunpowder, Kava, Mustard Cafe, Andron.

3. Usgalimal Rock Carvings

The Usgalimal Rock cravings are located in Sanguem Taluka, South Goa. These fascinating rock carvings date back a thousand years and exhibit the earliest signs of human life in India. The carvings depict different life forms and human activities revealing interesting facts about the pre-historic era. Book a Sukuto two-wheeler on rent in Goa and reach the Usgalimal Rock carvings conveniently.
Distance from Panaji: Located 68 km from Panaji, and takes around 2 hours to reach.
Places to visit nearby: Netravali Lake, and the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary.

4. Baga Beach

One of the most loved beach destinations in Goa is Baga Beach, which tourists visit yearly. If you are looking for the most happening places in Goa with brimming nightlife, concerts, and music and dance festivals, Baga Beach is the place for you. Known as "the Hometown of Nightlife," you will also find many shopping options, delicious food, and watersport options here. You can also take a bike on rent in Goa and enjoy all the other adjacent beaches.
Distance from Panaji: 18 km.
Places to visit nearby: Candolim Beach and Sinquerim Beach.

5. Netravali

In South Goa, Netravali is a quiet little hamlet surrounded by nature. There are many tourist attractions near Netravali, such as waterfalls, a dam, and a few places of worship. You can also spend the day visiting the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary and spot several wild animals like panthers, birds, reptiles, and the magnificent Hornbills.
Nearby places to visit: Netravali Sanctuary, Budbudyanchi Tali, Netravali Waterfall.
Distance from Panaji: 78 km.

6. Mapusa Market

Goa has several bustling and vibrant markets, of which one of the most renowned is the Mapusa market. If you are a shopaholic or want to enjoy the raw essence of Goa, Mapusa Market is the place to go. You can hire a motorcycle in Goa and visit the market during the best times to get the highest deals.
Things to buy: Indo-Portuguese clothes, jewelry, pottery, antiques, and spices.
Distance: Mapusa market is at a distance of 15 km from Panaji, and you can reach there conveniently by taking a Sukuto two-wheeler on rent in Goa.
Best places to eat: I-95, Nick’s Place, Jamies Restaurant, Andron, and Bean Me Up.

7. Goa State Museum

A portion of the Adil Shah Palace was refurbished into the Goa State Museum in 1977. It's the perfect place to gain more insight into the history and heritage of Goa. A visit to the Goa Museum can be a pleasant change from the beaches and makes one realize how Goa is so much more than parties and drinks.
Entry: Entry is free, but there are also paid shows for those interested.
Places to eat: Spice Goa, Mosaic, and Angara.

Top Restaurants in Goa

Goa is famous for its local cuisine. The best restaurants in Goa are all scattered in different places. If you are a true gourmet, rent a bike in Goa and ride around to get the best flavors.

1. Gunpowder

Gunpowder is one of the most popular restaurants in Goa. The place is frequented by a cultured community of artists and writers, reminiscent of the vibe of the place. The restaurant is in a charming Portuguese building, and the local cuisines served here are worth the trip.
Location: House No. 6, Anjuna Mapusa Road, Saunta Vaddo, Assagao, North Goa, Goa.
Timing: 12 pm to 3:30 pm, 7 pm to 11 pm.
Average cost: Rs. 750 for one.

2. Spice Goa

If you are looking for a taste of authentic Goan seafood, the best place for the spiciest and most delicious thalis in Goa is Spice Goa. The place is renowned for its Seafood, Goan Thali and beer.
Location: Satt-Adhar Complex, Mapusa, North Goa.
Timing: 12 pm to 3 pm, 7 pm to 11 pm.
Price: Rs. 450.00 for one.

3. Tamarind Cafe, North Goa

One of the healthiest food options in all of Goa is the Tamarind Café. Situated in Arambol, North Goa, Tamarind Café is an ideal option for a quick snack. The café’s catch is its Japanese chef, who specializes in unique blends of dishes with naturally produced ingredients.
Location: Arambol, North Goa.
Timing: Open from 8 am to 11 pm on all days.
Average cost: Rs. 200 for one.

4. The Fisherman’s Wharf

Located in South Goa, the Fisherman’s Wharf is a famous restaurant cum bar, popular for its food, booze, and vibe. The cuisines are created by blending local dishes with modern and continental ones. So, visit the Fisherman’s Wharf for some amazing food and music.
Location: Mobor, Cavelossim, South Goa.
Timing: From Sunday to Thursday: 12 pm to 11 pm.
For Friday and Saturday: 12 pm to 12 am.
Average cost: Rs. 550.00 for one.

5. Bomras

The Bomras Restaurant in Anjuna is popular for its experimental local and Asian dishes made from farm-grown ingredients. If you visit Bomras, do try their mouth-watering Rangoon soup, Tamarind Dukshiri, or its grilled Kashmiri Morel.
Location: 1152, Mazal Waddo, Opposite Our Lady Of Health Chapel, Anjuna, Goa.
Timing: 12:30 pm to 11 pm for all days.
Average cost: Rs. 800 for one.

Best Areas to Stay in Goa for Tourists

Everybody has different preferences, and Goa lives up to each of them. To find out the area that will make your stay in Goa most pleasant, rent a bike in Goa from Sukuto, the best bike and scooty rental in Goa and discover the places yourself!

1. The Best Beaches

Cavelossim and Mobor are the best places to stay if you are a beach lover. They have the most stunning beaches, scenic views, and cafes.
Famous hotels: Go Green Spice & Eco Resort, The Byke Old Anchor Beach Resort, and Sea Breeze Max Resort.
Best time to visit: September to March.

2. Panjim, Goa’s Capital

Panaji is the perfect area to stay in Goa if you want to see its old and new tourist attractions.
Famous hotels: Treehouse Neptune Inn, Regenta Inn, Ocean Suite Goa.
Best time to visit: End of October to April.

3. Old Goa

Old Goa is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. If you are a history buff, Old Goa will make your stay pleasant and memorable.
Famous hotels: Hospedaria Abrigo de Botelho, Grand Hyatt Goa, The Postcard Velha.
Best time to visit: November to February.

4. The Shopper’s Utopia

The area near Baga is ideal for staying if you love shopping and are looking for markets in the vicinity. The beachside is filled with stalls, and the Anjuna market is nearby.
Famous hotels: Fiesta Resort, Resort Lagoa Azul.
Best time to visit: October to March.

5. Perfect for Families

Calangute can be called the perfect family destination in Goa. The place is very close to the airport, not too crowded, and has various decent restaurants and hotels with fun activities nearby.
Famous hotels: Ibis Styles Goa, First Halt, Novotel Goa Resort & Spa.
Best time to visit: Any time of the year except for monsoon.

Best Places to Visit Near Goa

Traveling to places near Goa has never been easier. Take a Sukuto two-wheeler on rent in Goa and steer around its beautiful corners.

1. Amboli, Maharashtra

 Amboli is a hill station nestled in the Sahyadri Hills, located in the southern part of Maharashtra. The place is surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful waterfalls. There are many water sports and trekking expeditions to participate in for a memorable experience.
Distance from Goa: 118 km. 
Places to visit nearby: Amboli Falls, Shirgaonkar point, Hiranyakeshi Temple, Nangarta Falls, Sunset point, Kavalshet Point, and Maruti Mandir.
Places to eat nearby: Hotel Matoshri, Dark Forest Retreat, Snappers, and Nandanvan Restaurant.

2. Gokarna, Karnataka

 Gokarna is a growing tourist attraction by the Karnataka coastline, with some magnificent beaches. Indians and foreigners visit the town. In Gokarna, you cannot expect the happening nightlife that the beaches of Goa offer, but you will find peaceful beaches where you can unwind and gaze at the ocean.
Distance from Goa: 134 km. 
Places to visit nearby: Om Beach, Mahabaleshwara Temple, Paradise beach, and Kudle Beach.
Places to eat nearby: Dolphin View Restaurant, Namaste Café, Chez Christophe, and Sunset Point.

3. Tarkali, Maharashtra

Tarkali is an offbeat location along the coastline of Maharashtra. The Tarakali Village is beautiful, and many call its beach the most beautiful in Maharashtra. In the southern part of the village flows the Tarkali River, from where you can take a boat ride through the backwaters and enjoy the scenic view of the dense forests on the river’s bank. The Tarakali beach is equally pristine. 
Distance from Goa: 150 km.
Places to visit nearby: Singhudurg Fort, Karli backwaters, and Deobagh.
Places to eat nearby: The Janaki’s Saffron, Blue Sea Beach Homes, Athithi Bamboo, Chaitanya, and Swami’s Family Restaurant.

4. Malvan, Maharashtra

Malvan is a small town located in Sindhudurg, Maharashtra. For tourists who love offbeat places, Malvan is an ideal destination. The site has historical significance owing to the Maratha influence still reminiscent of the Sindhudurg Fort. Here, you will find historical monuments, nature’s beauty, water sports expeditions, and mouth-watering cuisines, all in one place.
Distance from Goa: 145 km.
Places to visit nearby: Rock Garden, Wayari Bhutnath beach, Rajkot Fort, Padmagad Fort, Malvan Marine Sanctuary, and Karli backwaters.
Best places to eat: Athithi Bamboo, Only Fish, and The Janaki’s Saffron.

5. Kumta

If you want a quick getaway to a beautiful town surrounded by pristine beaches, lush greenery, rock structures, and splendid temples, Kumta is the place to visit. In Kumta, forget your woes and breathe in the peace amid nature. You can also take part in activities like rock climbing and trekking.
Distance from Goa: 146 km.
Places to visit nearby: Mahabaleshwar Temple, Om beach, Mirjan Fort, Yana, Mahalasa Temple, and Alvekodi beach.
Best places to eat: Prema Hilltop, White Elephant Restaurant & Cottages, Chez Christophe, Mantra Cafe Gokarna.

Awesome Road Trips from Goa 

There are several fantastic road trip options from Goa, easily accessible to those with freedom of transport. Sukuto is a top bike rental in Goa that provides the best quality bikes to begin your adventurous expeditions.

1. Mahabaleshwar

Located in the beautiful mountains of the Western Ghats, Mahabaleshwar is a favorite hill station in Maharashtra. As a famous tourist destination, Mahabaleshwar has breathtaking sceneries of mountains and rivers, forests, and waterfalls. It is a popular weekend getaway from the bustling cities of Mumbai, Pune, and even Goa. One of the best ways to travel to Mahabaleshwar from Goa is by road. Conveniently, book a two-wheeler on rent in Goa and begin your journey to this magnificent destination.
Distance from Goa: 389 km.
Best places to visit: Pratapgad Fort, Mapro Garden, Elephant’s Lake, Venna Lake, and Tapola.

2. Jog Falls

Jog Falls is located in Karnataka and is a known tourist attraction. It is the second-highest waterfall in India, starting from a height of 850 ft. The waterfall is also known as the Gerusoppe and Jogada Falls, and the best time to visit it is during the monsoons. Here, you can also take part in exciting hiking and trekking adventures.
Distance from Goa: 225 km.
Best places to visit: Linganamakki Dam, Dabbe Falls, Tunga Anicut Dam, Kanoor Fort. 

3. Panchgani

Panchgani is a popular tourist destination near Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra. As the name suggests, Panchgani is surrounded by five, or panch hills. At a height of 1,334 m, it has the most splendid mountain views on one side and the ocean on the other. There are strawberry plantations across the valleys surrounding Panchgani, best enjoyed if you take a bike on rent in Goa and begin your journey.
Distance from Goa: 380 km.
Best Places to visit: Parsi Point, Sydney Point, Lingmala Falls, and Rajpuri Caves.
Best time to visit: February and March when the strawberries bloom.

4. Kudremukh

Kudermukh is a hill station in the Chikmagalur District of Karnataka and draws in large amounts of tourists from Karnataka as well as the rest of India. If you are looking for a long bike ride from Goa, this is an ideal destination. Once you reach this picturesque hill station, you can start from enjoying the splendid views of nature, trekking, and hiking to enjoying the delicious cuisines available; Kudermukh will leave you smitten.
Distance from Goa: 375 km.
Best places to visit: Varaha Parvatha (UNESCO World Heritage site), Hanumana Gundi Falls, and Kalasa.

5. Kolhapur

Kolhapur is a historically and culturally rich town in Maharashtra, located right by the river Panchaganga. Molded by the brave stories of the Marathas, linked with this town, Kolhapur is also popular all over India for its famous Kolhapuri chappals. If you visit Kolhapur during the festival of Naag Panchami, you will witness a mesmerizing event filled with music, performances, and rituals.
Distance from Goa: 216 km.
Best places to visit: Mahalaxmi Temple, New Palace, and Rankala Lake.

6. Mudreshwar

In Mudreshwar, one can find a fine blend of nature’s beauty and spirituality. This small town is situated by the coastal plains of Karnataka and is famous for its statue of Shiva, situated by the Arabian sea. This statue is the second highest in India, and tourists flock here to see it, not just for its religious significance, but also for its architectural splendor.
Distance from Goa: 192 km.
Best places to visit: Musdreshwar Temple, Netrani Island, Mudreshwar Beach. 

One-day Road Trips from Goa 

Many one-day road trip options from Goa can leave you at sea. To make these road trips more enjoyable, rent a bike in Goa from the best bike rental in Goa, Sukuto, at the most affordable rates and travel like never before.

1. Chorla Ghat

Nestled in the borders of Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa, Chorla Ghat is a beautiful location ideal for unwinding from the hectic and fast-paced life. The Chorla Ghat is located in the Western Ghats and is the epitome of biodiversity. The place is a nature lover's paradise, surrounded by lush greenery, waterfalls, and breathtaking views. Take a Sukuto two-wheeler on rent in Bangalore and wander around all the beautiful destinations in Karnataka.
Distance: 68.2 km.
Route: The route is thrilling and great for bike rides. It starts from Calangute, linked by Mapura and Aldona Roads at different points in the journey.
Places to visit: Twin Vajra Waterfalls, and the peak of Lasni Temb.

2. Karwar

Karwar is one of the most scenic cities in India, surrounded by pristine, empty beaches that offer nothing but peace and solace. The place grew as a port city owing to its importance in the 15th century as a natural harbor. The city has a blend of different cultures, such as Marathi, Konkani, and Kannad-speaking people, who have contributed to the formation of the city’s rich culture.
Distance from Goa: 76 km.
Route: Take the Quepem Curchorem Road, and then Ambaulim, Bali, Fatorpa, Quitol, Caihuinin. After that, take the NH17 and follow it to reach Karwar.
Places to visit: Kurumgad Island, Sadashivgadh Hill Fort, Devbagh Beach, and Majali Beach.

3. Nersa

Unknown to many, this pristine little village is hidden amid nature. Nersa is located on the border of Karnataka and Goa and is an ideal destination for tourists to unwind and relax. The lush greenery of the dense forests, wildlife, and hills make a perfect one-day getaway for nature lovers.
Distance from Panji, Goa: 76 km.
Places to visit: Kongla, Abnali, Bhimgad, Sagarhole River, Bandora River, and Dongargaon Village.
Route: Take the Hathkhamba-Goa Road, MDR 52, Darbandora-Sancordem-Mollem-Collem Road, then take the NH748.

4. Dandeli

Dandeli is a beauteous tourist location by the river Kali in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. It is surrounded by the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, where there are numerous wild animals, such as Black Panthers and bison. Dandeli is around 2 hours from Goa, and one can enjoy the route most on bikes. Try trekking, mountain biking, kayaking, and cycling here, or take a tour of the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary.
Distance from Goa: 98 km.
Places to visit: Ulavi Temple, Satholi Falls, Kavala Caves, Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, and Sykes Point.
Route: Start your journey towards Dharbandora – NH4A – SH34 – Shingargaon Road – SH 28, continue on Barchi Road, and you’ll reach Dandeli.

5. Dudhsagar Falls

To witness one of the most splendid sights of nature, visit the Dudhsagar Falls, one of India's highest waterfalls. The fall is named Dudhsagar; when the water falls from a height of 310 m, the frothy waterfall almost looks like milk. The waterfall is located near the border area of Goa and Karnataka, so you can take a two-wheeler on rent in Goa and begin your journey.
Distance from Panji, Goa: 70 km.
Places to visit: Mollem National Park, Devil’s Canyon, Tambdi Surla Temple, Dudhsagar Spice Plantation.
Route: The NH4A highway from Goa leads to Dudhsagar Falls.

Unexplored places in Goa 

The best way to explore the unexplored in Goa is by having personal means to travel. Goa is best experienced on two-wheelers, so how to find the best bike rental near me? Your search ends with Sukuto, the bike rental in Goa.

1. Kakolem Beach 

Unknown to many, the Kakolem is a hidden gem located in southern Goa. This peaceful beach rescues if you want to get away for some quiet time. Mostly deserted, this beach is the perfect example of untainted nature.
Distance from Goa: 60 km.
When to visit: January to June.
Timing: 6 am to 10 pm.
Route: Take the NH 66.

2. Galgibaga Beach

Although the beaches of Goa are renowned for having a hip and happening vibe, a few remain untouched, isolated from human interference. For a relaxing time, one such beach is Galgibaga Beach. Located in South Goa, this beach is also known as turtle beach as the Olive Ridley turtles nest here. 
Distance from Panji, Goa: 84.1 km
When to visit: Throughout the year, although during monsoons there are dangerous undercurrents in the sea.
Route: Take the National Highway in the Canacona sub-district, after reaching Poinguinin Village, take a right and follow this road to your destination.

3. Cabo de Rama

You must have heard of the famous Palolem Beach, but if you want to spend a peaceful day by the sea, Cabo de Rama Beach, 20 km from Palolem Beach, awaits you. The beach is free of crowds and chaos as no public transport services are available on this route. You can take a bike on rent in Goa and enjoy the beautiful journey to Cabo de Rama.
Distance from Panji, Goa: 60 km.
Places to visit: Cabo de Rama Fort, Cavelossim Beach, Agonda Beach, Cola Beach.

4. Harvalem Falls

The Harvalem Falls, also known as Arvalem, is located in the northern part of Goa. It is a beautiful site where the water falls into a large lake. If you wish to visit Harvalem Falls, the best time would be during the monsoons.
Distance from Panji: 37 km.
Places to visit: Arvalem Caves, and Rudreshwar Temple.

5. Fort Tiracol

Originally built by the Maharaja of Sawantwadi in the 17th century, the Tiracol Fort was strategically significant to the Portuguese mariners. The fort has been refurbished into a hotel, yet, it is worth visiting as a historical monument. For an offbeat adventure in Goa, rent a bike in the city and enjoy the ride to Tiracol Fort, surrounded by greenery and the panoramic view of the ocean.
Distance from Panji: 58 km.
Places to visit: Keri Beach, Terekhol River, Arambol Beach, Mandrem Beach.

6. Bamanbudo Falls

Another offbeat spot to visit is the Bamanbudo Waterfall. It is located in Gaodongrem Village, South Goa, and is still unstained by crowds. The waterfall is situated alongside the road and is easy to track. If you plan to visit the Bamanbudo Waterfall by road, take a bike on rent in Goa and enjoy the beautiful journey to the falls.
Distance from Panaji, Goa: 25 km.
Places to visit: Dojo’s Waterfall, Mountain Top Ambe Forrest Checkpost, and Shri Paikdev Prasann.

Top Things to do in Goa

1. Indulge in Thrilling Water Sports at Baga Beach

Goan beaches have many fun and exciting activities and sports for tourists. Trying watersports in Goa is a must-have experience for everyone. So, if you love water sports, Baga beach it is.
Water sports activities available: Boat rides, Banana rides, Bumper rides, Jet skiing, and more.
There are packages for sports activities available. Professionals supervise all activities, but it is better to be safe with precautions if you have a pre-existing medical condition.
Location: Calangute Village, North Goa, Goa, 403516, India.

2. Paragliding in Anjuna Beach

Want to get high on adventurous activities? We have just the right destination for you in Goa. Try paragliding on Anjuna beach and feel on top of the world in the truest sense.
All paragliding activities are supervised by professionals.
Timing: 9 am to 5 pm.
Price: Prices start from Rs. 3000.00.

3. Spend a day enjoying the backwaters of the Mandovi River

Although Goa is extremely famous for its beaches, the Goan backwaters are equally beautiful. Take a boat ride down the Mandovi River's backwaters and unwind in nature's tranquil beauty. Look out for the Adil Shah Palace; if you are fortunate, you might spot crocodiles and rare birds by the banks.
Places of interest nearby: Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Adil Shah Palace, and Fort Aguada.
Cruise options: The sightseeing cruise and overnight cruise rides are popular. Choose a cruise and reach the boarding point at your own pace with a two-wheeler on rent in Goa.

4. Hot Air Balloon ride at Assolda Village

Ever imagined being so high up in the sky that everything below seems tiny? Yes, that is the view you will get when you experience the hot air balloon ride at Assolda Village. It is an unmissable lifetime experience among the top things to do in Goa.
Distance from Panji: 47 km.
There will be a Professional to guide you through the sessions
Timing: 6:45 am to 8:30 am.
Price: prices range from 9,000 to 10,000 per person.

5. Party at Tito’s Street

Tito’s Street is one of Goa's most loved party destinations, giving you an unforgettable experience for your money’s worth. Located near Baga Beach, the prices of the food and drinks are slightly higher, but given the club’s location, it is expected. Therefore, Tito's Street is a must-visit to enjoy a great night in Goa.
Location: near Baga Beach.
Route from Panji: Take a two-wheeler on rent in Goa and drive via Panvel – Kochi – Kanyakumari Highway, then take the Chogm Road to reach your destination.
Timing: 6 pm to 3 am.
Entry fee applicable.

6. Must-visit to Anjuna Flea Market

The Anjuna flea market is vibrant and colorful, with the best souvenirs, junk jewelry, dresses, footwear, and handicrafts. The market is renowned for its hip-style street fashion. Gear up on your bargaining tactics before you visit the market to get the best deals!
Location: Anjuna Beach, 25 km from Panji.
How to reach: It is the most convenient to rent a bike in Goa to visit the market in the off time when you can bargain the most. Parking is also available.
Timing: Wednesday, from 9 am to 6 pm.

Best Tips to Hire Motorcycles in Goa

Goa is one of the most popular destinations in India, best explored with bikes. You can rent a bike in Goa and experience the breeze, lush greenery, and the ocean from the closest. Many bike rentals in Goa provide bikes and other vehicles for rent at hourly, daily, and monthly rates. At our leading bike rental in Goa, Sukuto, you will get the best quality two-wheelers on rent, hassle-free. At Sukuto, we have tried to create travel more affordable, and 75% of our users have found it more affordable to rent a bike in Goa for Rs. 300 to 400.
It is simple to rent a bike in Goa from Sukuto. All you have to do is select the date and timing, set the location, and choose your preferred bike for rent. At Sukuto, we provide the best deals and discounts to our customers, and the earlier you make your booking for a two-wheeler on rent in Goa, the less you have to pay!
Bikes are a very convenient yet cool means of travel. If you rent a bike in Goa, it will help you save money on transport and allow you to travel to any place at any time. To get the best deals for two-wheelers on rent in Goa, make your booking now!


1. How much does it cost to hire a two-wheeler in Goa?
Two-wheeler on rent in Goa cost around 300 to 400 per day for a scooter and from 500 to 800 for bikes.

2. How can I find a two-wheeler for rent near me in Goa?
Most leading bike rentals have online booking options where you can rent a two-wheeler in Goa nearest to you by providing your preferred location while making your booking.

3. How much does hiring a two-wheeler for a week in Goa cost?
The prices for hiring a two-wheeler in Goa for a week start at around Rs. 4000 for 1400 km. Bike rental prices vary with the location and the bike model.

4. How much does it cost to hire a two-wheeler long-term for a month in Goa?
Bike rentals offer budgeted deals on monthly renting of two-wheelers in Goa. The prices differ with the vehicle model and location of boarding.

5. How much is the price of fuel in Goa?
The current petrol price in Goa is Rs. 97.36 per liter.

6. What is the most popular rental bike used in Goa?
The most popular bike for rent in Goa are Royal Enfield, Classic, Bullet, Standard, and Himalayan.

7. Where can I get a bike on rent in Goa at cheap rates?
There are many bike rentals in Goa where you can get the cheapest deals starting at just Rs. 6/ hour.