A village walk along the rural trails in the backwater villagers. With plenty of bird life, fish farms and fishing nets this walk takes you through a less explored area in Kochi.
A rather sought-after trek in the Ladakh region, the Markha Valley trek route does not disappoint anyone! It spills the chance to ascend the top of two very high passes, Gandala La (4800 m) & Kongmaru La (5150 m) and lets you feast your eyes on stunning sights from the summit. You also come across the charming Markha Village that is a trove in this cold semi-arid terrain of Ladakh. Other delights include witnessing the way of life of the region, crossing several streams and rivers and enjoying a trail through remote gorges and unbridled grazing grounds.
Caught between the backwaters and Arabian sea, this is simply the best rural biking trail combined with canoing and village life experiences around Fort Kochi. It is a day-cycle ride that lets you feel the charm of simple Keralan backwater life and villages. Ride through vast paddy fields, fish farms, coconut tree canopies, plantations and coastal area.
Ride through the God’s own scenic backroads
Get to see the very best of Kerala – sandy beaches, meandering backwater canals, the lush green hills and thick wilderness
Local food is an integral part of this trip and you will get plenty of this
Get acquainted with the remnants of a historically rich period of Kerala in Fort Kochi, specially the colonial trading history and performing arts like Kathakali
This stimulating early morning ride is infused with colorful stories from the spicy past of Fort Cochin and makes you experience the city from a local perspective. It is Art of Bicycle Trips classic design to give you a refreshing glimpse into the Fort Kochi and its rich past from the vantage point of bike.