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How to find the best travel option in Goa

When hiring a cab in Goa, you need to consider safety, convenience and good user ratings. Savaari Car Rental is one such example.

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Goa is essentially one locale in the country that serves as a 365-day tourist destination. From a high-octane nightlife to the most peaceful and romantic getaway, this quaint little territory on the Konkan coast has everything. Most importantly, Goa offers endless freedom to travel wherever and however you want. But while you have the liberty to enjoy Goa the way you want, the local transportation landscape poses a challenge.

Of course, there are buses, autos, and bike taxis. But they often fail to meet the travel needs of different kinds of travelers. The buses, for instance, are run by the state transport department and they are not as many in number. Furthermore, there’s a slim chance of getting a local bus or auto after 9 pm, which makes it difficult for people who are out till late. This is particularly a hindrance for solo travelers or female travelers who feel unsafe renting a bike taxi or walking through the deserted streets.

When it comes to the cab rental culture of Goa, this coastal state differs greatly from other tourism-driven states. For starters, Goa geared up to the rising culture of radio taxis much later. And even if there are a handful of private car companies operating within the state, they face strong resistance from local operators. Most of the cab services are either backed by the state government or local taxi unions, which has prevented the mobility giants and app-based car rental services from entering the market. This has created a monopoly of local taxi services where travelers end up paying high fares or refusals, making it an unpleasant experience.

Another inconvenience resulting from this restrictive transportation service in Goa is the travel to and from the airport. Most tourist-friendly places in the state, including the state capital, are far from the airport and take a good amount of time to travel. Despite airport cab services, the transfer costs are very high and dependent on the availability and will of cab drivers. In short, these limitations of local transport make it difficult for tourists and travelers to enjoy a seamless vacation.

A great travel option for a great holiday

When you are hiring a cab in Goa, you need to consider all factors of safety and travel convenience and find cabs that have been in the business for a while and have good user ratings. Savaari Car Rental is a good example of such a travel service. The private rental service has been running operations in Goa, along with 2000 other cities and towns in India, for more than 15 years. They have a diverse fleet of vehicles and work with a wide network of local drivers, an affiliation that works in tandem with local operators. Savaari boasts quite an innovative approach to traveling and a wide range of services, catering to the rising influx of tourists in Goa.

You can choose from different types of vehicles employed for various tour packages. They offer convenient intra-city tours, intercity/outstation travels, one-way drops, luxury rides, airport transfers, late-night drives, and more, at a competitive, reasonable fare, that will make your travel in Goa hassle-free. Their vehicles are comfortable, hygienic, and clean, which is a must in the current times of the ongoing pandemic. Savaari also takes pride in appointing experienced and friendly chauffeurs who are well-versed with local places, serving as your guides. Thus, you get a smooth and memorable on-road experience, making Savaari a great choice of car rentals in Goa.

Exploring a scenic destination like Goa should be nothing but enjoyable and exciting, and choosing the best travel option can contribute to that a lot.

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