Nov 222012
 
More 5 Star Hotels in Goa for Tourists

More than 12 five-star hotels and resorts are set to open in Goa, India’s coastal state. This will offer more accommodation alternatives for both domestic and international tourists spending on tickets for flights to the country’s tropical paradise. Leisure holidaymakers and beach lovers taking tickets aboard Goa bound flights and looking for luxurious accommodation will have « Continue Reading »

Oct 042012
 
Santana set for Goa?

An official has confirmed that Santana will be appearing in Goa. As part of a drive to boost tourist numbers in the Indian state of Goa, officials are keen to promote the region as one of the premier places on the subcontinent to see musical megastars. Tourism minister Dilip Parulekar has confirmed that one of the first acts to be « Continue Reading »

Oct 022012
 
Goan plans for marina gain momentum

A new marina could be built in Goa to attract high-end visitors. Plans to build a high-end marina in Goa have been backed by the Union tourism ministry. People booking flights to Goa will be well aware of the state’s stunning coastline scenery and officials believe that the addition of an up-market yacht marina will only add to the « Continue Reading »

Sep 272012
 
Goa hopes to set sustainability example

Goa is on board with the latest initiatives to come from World Tourism Day. Today (September 27th) sees the launch of World Tourism Day, which this year has the theme of Sustainable Energy: Powering Sustainable Development and hopes to make people aware of the importance of green issues when on holiday in the future. However, it seems as though Goa « Continue Reading »

Sep 262012
 
Goa hosts latest tourism drive

Goa aims to remain popular with tourists by hosting a specialist event. Goa is already one of the most popular tourism locations in the whole of India, but the state is not about to rest on its laurels. Officials in Goa chose Panaji to be the location of their most recent tourism push. The three-day event was inaugurated last Friday « Continue Reading »

Sep 122012
 
Goa 'announces new tourism investment'

Goa will spend £10 million on improving its tourism infrastructure. Goa is already one of the most popular holiday resorts in the whole of India and it is currently in the middle of a major drive to make the state even more accommodating to tourists. The Union Tourism Ministry is willing to set aside a lot of investment capital to « Continue Reading »

Sep 112012
 
Holidaymakers can enjoy white water rafting in Goa

Goa has some of the best rafting experiences in India. As part of India’s adventure tourism explosion, those heading to Goa can now swap the calm coastal waters for white water rapids. Depending on the weather, the state’s Surla-Mhadei River has some of the best rafting opportunities in the whole of the country. “We have the greatest frequency « Continue Reading »

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