Mangalore tourism department holds interaction on Coastal Tourism

3:16 PM, Saturday, September 24th, 2011

coastal-tourismMangalore: The Tourism department of Mangalore organized a interaction programme on future of Coastal Tourism to mark the World Tourism Department Day at Vajra Hall of Moti Mahal on September 24, Saturday.

Speaking the occasion, Dr. Sundar Naik, chief conservator, Bangalore forest department said that the city lacks the basic facility required at the tourism spots. He also said that there is no proper yatri nivas at Kukke Subramanya and Dharamstala, hence it must be established at high standards to gather huge visitors.

Rasheed  Bolar, tourist agent said that, there is cruise for Lakshadweep but it is not taken directly to the place and sails from Cochin. Hence the direct cruise must be included for tourists.

Sathish Bolar said that the tourist development must be shown with interest. The people in foreign countries deal with the tourist with respect, but the tourist who come to Mangalore get cheated as they step into Railway Station and ask for auto. Hence the tourism department must establish an information centre at the tourists spots an in railway stations and bus stops.

He also said that the visitors, who come to Mangalore must get the transport mode and information with transparency, he added.

Yathish Baikampady , CEO at Panambur Beach Tourism Development Project welcomed the gathering.

Lekshmi Kumaran, Deputy General Manager of MRPL, Manohar Shetty and others were present.

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