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Travel Again India: Goa All Set to Offer that Perfect Post-Quarantine Holiday Fun

Goa is a nice blend of everything sweet and peppy; whether be it its nightlife, people or beaches - everything unfolds itself like magic here. And now, amid the ‘new normal’ when the whole country is re-opening in a step-by-step and phased manner, Goa, as one of the most loved travel destinations in India, is not far behind.

Keeping all these changes and updates happening in our economy, especially in the travel sector, in mind, your desi travel guide Adotrip has come up with an initiative of #TravelAgainIndia. The sole purpose of our initiative is to help you rummage all the latest news related to the pandemic while letting you know which places would be best to travel in the current uncommon times.

Until now, Goa, counted as one of the top holiday places in India, has recorded 16,553 cases out of which 3,646 cases are still active. However, with the implementation of Unlock 4.0, the government is making constant efforts to improve the health condition of the state and several steps are being taken in the same direction as well.

The state government has also allowed the re-opening of bars and restaurants, given that they strictly adhere to the guidelines rolled out by the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs).

In one of his statements, the Chief Minister of Goa Mr Pramod Sawant said "Bars and restaurants can now be opened, although all SOPs and guidelines will have to be followed. Restaurants, marketplaces, everywhere else social distancing will have to be followed as per the MHA guidelines,"

This is very happy news for the locals as well as the tourists who are planning on visiting Goa anytime soon. For the hoteliers, local bar and restaurant owners, this has come as some relief as they are expecting some surge in overall tourism activities by November or December 2020.

Goa Unlock 4.0 Safety Guidelines: Here are a few highlights which have been implemented from September 1 apart from the re-opening of the bars and restaurants in Goa. These will be followed with the motive to revive Indian tourism which will eventually contribute to the revival of our economy.