After the COVID-19 situation that had struck the entire world, there is finally some relaxation in travel-related restrictions by the government. However, Goa Tourism has released a detailed list of advisory to ensure the safety of both travelers and business owners. Taking the economic conditions in mind, Goa’s government has taken a significant step in setting up three major adventure sports in Goa, sky diving being one of them.
Goa is widely known for its list of adventure sports and serene yet lively beaches. Tourists from all over the world highly enjoy the electrifying environment of this state with blue skies, high tides, and white-sandy beaches. Sky Diving is one of the most enjoyable adventure sports in Goa.
Sky diving adventure sport is soon to be launched in the Quitol in South Goa, near the Mobor beach location. The tentative date of launch is December 2020, but it is yet to be finalized.
We are all aware of the natural, scenic beauty of Goa. Whether it is the beaches or the historical monuments in the state, or even the alluring churches depicting the history of Portuguese culture in Goa, the government has decided to go one step further and include new, exciting ways to attract the tourists.
As per the approximate cost of Sky diving, a Tandem Jump in India costs around ₹ 27,000 to ₹35,000.
The government is still working on the entire plan, which is to be launched around December 2020. The plan is still under process with the approvals needed to be passed by the official bodies; hence there is no exact pricing list that has been released yet.
Quitol, South Goa
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The excitement of tourists is at par ever since the announcement of soon to be launched sky diving adventure sport in South Goa.
But, what are going to be the instructions to book your seats and the eligibility criteria? Let us share with you all the guidelines you must keep in mind when planning to skydive in Goa.