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Goa Tourist Department to Study Shack Capcity of Beaches
February 24, 2016
 
Goa Tourist Department to Study Shack Capcity of Beaches


http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/Associations/goa-tourist-department-to-study-shack-capcity-of-beaches-29785
 
24 February 2016

The Goa tourism department will be conducting a study on shack capacity of each of beaches across the state before the tourist season begins in October, reports PTI. The Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) will write to the Tourism department asking them to study how many shacks can be accommodated on the beaches, a senior official said. Goa is bestowed with 105-kilometre-long coastline, which has several hundred shacks and structures serving food and liquor specially thronged by tourists. The official said the study would be conducted beach-wise with the prescribed limit per stretch. Beaches like Calangute, Baga and Colva have highest number of shacks, while at some stretches there are only couple of them are installed. The shacks are allotted to unemployed youths of the state for a period of three years.