PANAJI: Tourism Minister Rohan Khaunte today said that its consultant KPMG has been asked to rework on the masterplan presentation.
“KPMG was asked to present the Tourism Masterplan work but after seeing it, we have told them rework on the same as it needed some imporvement. Evaluation was needed as after COVID the preferences of tourists have changed,” said Khaunte
Khaunte said that he board the first direct flight between Goa and Uttarakhand, to mark the commencement of collaboration between the two states.
He further said that he was delighted about the commencement of direct flights between Goa and Uttarakhand, which will help in promoting spiritual tourism in Goa under the vision of Dakshin Kashi Goa has several archaeologically important temples that tourists will now be able to easily access, by travelling through these direct flights Similarly, this will also benefit tourists from Goa visiting Uttarakhand for the state’s splendid natural beauty.
“The launch of this new direct flight will enhance the connectivity between the two states, allowing tourists to explore the diverse cultural hentage, natural beauty, and adventure tourism opportunities that both Goa and Uttarakhand have to offer,” he added
Khaunte said that this collaboration is aligned with the ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ initiative that was launched as an appeal by the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi to people to prefer domestic tourism over international tourism. The initiative aims to encourage people to witness and experience the rich heritage and vivid culture of India.