Tours of the splendid Raj Bhavan palace to start from February 20

Tours of the majestic Raj Bhavan palace had been temporarily discontinued but now it will be back again from February 20 onwards. It is the Goa Governor’s official residence. This beautiful place is spread over 88 acres.

There are other attractions near it such as Our Lady of the Cape Church, Grotto, and Canon Point. The Raj Bhavan estate is surrounded by sea on 3 sides. Centuries-old masonry walls and laterite stone walls can be seen there. Various species of trees, plants, vegetables, etc, are frequently added to the estate’s flat table land’.

These tours will take place once a week. It gives the opportunity for tourists to get breathtaking landscape views, a peek into Goa’s heritage and history, and witness eco-friendly projects which have been taken up there like harnessing solar energy, solid waste management, and water harvesting.

To book the Raj Bhavan Darshan tour, you have to visit https://bookings.rajbhavan.goa.gov.in and through the GTDC website goa-tourism.com

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