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Tourism picks up pace at Malpe Beach

The sky is once again spotted with parachutes, the boats have again reached the waters. The Malpe Beach has welcomed tourists again after the long interval. This commence of tourism has led to the economy that depends on tourists to breathe again.

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Much of the activities in and around the beach have started post- COVID shutdown, which has also led to people resuming the recreational activities which they once enjoyed. The recreational activities such as parasailing and speedboat have started operating again. These experiences are being provided by the Mantra Tourism Development Company, that owns the rights to a host of activities, including much sought-after water sports at Malpe Beach.

Despite being amidst the COVID situation, activities such as parasailing and winch boat parasailing have a steady demand at the beach. Winch boat parasailing, where you glide through the air while wearing a parachute as you get towed away by the winch boat, which was unique to the tourism in Goa, was introduced by the company at Malpe Beach. The new attraction was received well by the tourists. 

While tourism has started, the authorities and the people who come to enjoy after the long standstill of recreation have to always be mindful and make sure of their safety. One must take the necessary steps to keep oneself safe and sound.

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