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  • Globalisation in goa
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  • Gap analysis of the goa ice cream market.
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    GOA   [pic] FAST FACTS: Area:                          3700 sq. km Language:               English, Hindi, Marathi, Konkani Best time to visit:   October to May           INTRODUCTION: Goa which was liberated on 19th Decem
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  • Goa tourism
    Content Home Sustainable Tourism in Goa (A pictorial view of tourism) Dr. Nirmala De Abreu* Tourism Goa, also known as the “Rome of the East”, is famous for tourism world-wide. Tourism is the mainstay of the Goan economy and is the main contributor to the exchequer. Besides tourism, m
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  • A tour guide to goa
    INTRODUCTION ‘the magnificent kingdom of Goa…The people of here are strong, prudent and very hardworking …It is civilized, having famous orchards and water.  ‘The forgeiners make a practice of going to the kingdom of Goa to enjoy the shade and the groves of trees and to savour the sweet
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  • Tourist guide to australia
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  • Icts in the tourism industry and its influences on the tourist consumer behaviour
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  • Tourist destinations of kerala
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  • Food and its place in singapore's tourism, culture & society
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  • My favourite holiday destination
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  • The relationship between the ‘push’ and ‘pull’ factors of a tourist
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  • Delhi tourist potentiality
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  • Tourist destinations
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  • Goa gu
    Goa Sun, sand, beaches, churches, carnivals, adventure and shopping are some of the main highlights of this fun filled destination called Goa. Perhaps the most popular tourist places on the international map, Goa is famous for its nightlife and festivities. Enjoying a prominent place in the list of
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  • To What Extent Has Development Taken Place Under the PF Government
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  • My favourite holiday destination
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  • Tourism in goa
    India – Goa | Tourism in Goa | | | Table of Contents Executive summary 3 Introduction 4 Goa - the jewel in the India’s crown 5 Geographical details 5 History 5 Location 5 Tourism in Goa 5 Tourists 5 Hotels 6 Duration of stay 6 Type of tourists 6 Government polic
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