Vasco Safari – Fort Kochi City Bike Tour

  • Morning glimpses of life in Fort Kochi & Old city Mattancherry.
  • Exploring the heart of the Old city, it’s communities and their stories.
  • History bits of this 500+ years old port city

The satellite town of Fort Kochi, a major tourist destination of the Cochin Islands, has an easy paced, whimsical vibe to it. A historic trading port, it still retains an old world charm which can transport you to centuries ago. Narrow cobble stone streets, cafes that open for business only in the late mornings and fishermen that line the coast with their Chinese fishing nets blend in the jigsaw of contrasting activities with ease. Most of all, Fort Kochi and its Siamese chunk of old city, Mattancherry are best explored on cycles.

This refreshing morning ride is infused with colorful stories from the glorious past of Cochin that will make you experience the city from a local perspective.

Please note that we do not stop for a wholesome breakfast en-route. As part of tour, we will have a chai (tea) and local snacks like the native people of Kochi do.

Quick Facts

  • Duration

    ~ 2.5 – 3 hrs

  • Price

    From INR 1,750 per person

  • Inclusions

    Tour guide, 24 speed hybrid bike, helmets, bottled water and local snack refreshments

  • Age

    Suitable for 2+ and is an excellent trip for families.

  • Dates

    Your Dates

  • Riding Style

    Easy Rider

  • Distance Cycled

    ~ 12km or 7.5mi



A custom private tour for families with kids, group of friends, or corporates can also be arranged. Please write us with your requirements.

Meeting & Ending Details

Meeting point: St. Francis Church (near front gate), St. Francis Church road, Fort Kochi. (Landmark: next to parade ground)



Dibin Devassy

Dibin Devassy

From Art of Bicycle Trips

After six years, Dibin was happy to leave Dubai’s clinically clean environs and come home to exploring the wonderfully unkempt and thickly green landscape of good old Kerala on his cycle. Amongst the diverse Kerala experiences, Dibin loves the traditional cuisines and organic farming methods the most! If he’s not scouring through the Kerala trails, you will find him hooked to movies with an intellectual tug; Into the Wild is his favourite! He is a native of Thrissur, Kerala.