Power Minister & Chairman GTDC inaugurates GTDC information counter at Goa Niwas, New Delhi


Power Minister  & Chairman GTDC inaugurates GTDC information counter at Goa Niwas, New Delhi

Shri Nilesh Cabral, Hon. Power Minister and Chairman GTDC 
inaugurated an Information and facilitation counter of Goa Tourism Development Corporation at Goa Niwas Chanakyapuri on Tuesday 1st November 2018 in the presence of Dy. Resident Commissioner D.C. Gupta, GTDC PRO Deepak Narvekar, Krishna Kamat official of GHRSSIDC and staff at Goa Niwas.
Speaking at the inaugural function in the national capital yesterday,  Mr. Cabral said, “The new Tourist Information Counter will provide information of Goa Tourism services and facilities and will be disseminated to the visitors and guests from Delhi and nearby areas. He further said that GTDC  receives a lot of inquiries from guests and people from Delhi.
“With the opening of this counter, guests will be facilitated and Goa tourism brochures, CDs and other publicity material will be displayed at the counter for the information of the public.
Besides this, information on various festivals will also be available at the counter,” said Mr. Cabral.
Goa Tourism receives a large number of tourist to Goa from Delhi and neighboring States especially during the festival season which is already underway in Goa.
“Good rail
, road, and air connectivity from Delhi to Goa has made it easier for tourists to travel distances in the shortest time span and enjoy maximum even if it is a short halt holiday,” Mr. Cabral said.

He emphasized on festival tourism in Goa which showcases Goa’s rich heritage, culture, cuisine and a lot more.
The  Minister for Power and Chairman  of  GTDC  who has been  instrumental  in  rolling out  new and  innovative  initiatives  under  his Chairmanship  expressed  confidence that  tourists in the national capital will take advantage of the  information counter set up by GTDC  and   will be  enthused  to visit Goa which is now a 365  day holiday destination focused on  safety and security of tourists,  new activities,  cleanliness and  more.