Govt. plans ropeway at Vagator

The tourism department plans to have ropeway from Vagator to Chapora fort after the Reis Magos ropeway project is complete. After phase-1 from Panjim to Reis Magos, the ropeway project may extend to various key coastal locations in the State like Candolim, Calangute, Baga etc. catering to both tourism and public transportation purposes.

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Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) spokesperson Mr. Nilesh Cabral reiterated that the 1.24 km. long ropeway would be monocable detachable gondala system with installed capacity of 800 persons per hour. It is going to be major tourist attraction as well as major revenue earning for GTDC. Royal Rides Pvt. Ltd. (Royal Rides), Special Purpose Vehicle incorporated by Menus Adventures Pvt. Ltd., will act as concessionaire for development, operations and maintenance of the Goa ropeway project during the concession period.