A major boost is being provided to the Goa tourism by the state authorities. Travellers booking flights to India in a bid to explore Goa’s magic will be delighted to enjoy services like hop-on-hop-off tourist buses and parking lots in near future.

In few years from now, foreign tourists taking flights to India and landing up in Goa can hope to enjoy a number of new services and facilities that the state government is trying to push through, in order to improve the growth of the tourism sector in the Indian state.

Goa remains one of India’s top holiday draws and efforts are being made to ensure the region’s superiority in the global tour and travel scene.

The state government is planning to introduce hop-on-hop-off tourist buses on the northern coastal belt of the region. The hop-on-hop-off buses can be of great benefit to tourists who like to visit one beach after another. As of now, hiring taxis and bikes is the only alternative for tourists to do so.

Tourists will also be able to enjoy better parking facilities on all beaches in time to come. State authorities maintain that land has been identified for parking lots on different beaches of the state. Additionally, a late night bus service from Calangute to Panaji will also be introduced. This is something that is going to benefit budget travellers taking Goa-bound cheap flights to India to explore perhaps the region’s most famed beach.

Foreign tourists who plan regular trips to Goa and look for cheap flight deals on airline tickets will be able to enjoy a host of other new highlights. Some of these will be a viewing tower at Calangute, oceanarium at Baga and a convention centre with a hotel at Kesarval, Verna.

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