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'Uniquely Goan', Tourism Policy 2020 strives to make Goa one of the safest tourist destinations

Goa's Tourism Policy 2020 aims to create a 'Uniquely Goan' experience for the visitors wherein a blend of historic, ethnic, natural, cultural locations as well as attractions of the state will give a wholesome exposure to tourists. This new policy aims to rebrand and remarket Goa, by focussing on providing a seamless experience to travellers with fast, reliable, affordable and comfortable transport facilities.

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No Charter season this year in Goa; small businesses probably to face a financial blow

Goa's tourism industry heavily depends on foreign tourists and charters but this season, the state will be lying bare without any of its usual international visitors. Stakeholders of the tourism industry are disheartened at the Centre's conclusion last week, which states that tourist visas will still remain on hold. This is spelling perils for the tourism and hospitality industry as the state's much-awaited charter season has been put on indefinite hold.

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Goa's Tourism Policy 2020 to steer clear the state's reputation of a drugs' destination

On Wednesday, the Goa Government announced Tourism Policy 2020 and a Tourism Master Plan at a press conference. The Chief Minister of the state said that this approval was long awaited and the license fee for beach shacks has been reduced by 50%. The Tourism Minister also added that, under the tourism policy, a tourism board will be set up which would include experts from various fields.

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