GOA: After over six months,Dudhsagar waterfalls will open for tourism next week. Keeping in mind the need of the pandemic situation, the forrst department has taken the decision to reduce the number of tourist allowed per jeep for the Dudhsagar falls trip from seven to five.
Additional principal chief conservator of forests (APCCF) Santosh Kumar said that the opening of the falls for tourism has been deferred by a week as the level of water in the river is still high. Normally, the season starts by October 2 at Dudhsagar. “Of the five, one passenger will sit besides the driver, two will be seated on the first seat and two on the next seat to enable maintaining of social distance,” Kumar said.
The News24 Goa