Panaji Emergency Numbers



Panaji emergency numbers are essential information on Panaji that must be kept ready at hand. The emergency numbers of Panaji are important data for the tourists as well as the citizens alike. The emergency numbers of Panaji aid to meet the sudden exigencies if they may arise. The list of Panaji emergency numbers comprise of the telephonic addresses of the important offices of the city.

Some of the important emergency numbers of Panaji are listed below:

Directorate of Tourism
Phone: 0832-225583 / 225535 / 224757

Government of India Tourist Office
Phone: + (91)-0832-43412

Interstate Bus Terminus, Panaji
Phone: + (91)-0832-225620

Bus Enquiries
Phone: 222634

GMC Hospital, Panaji
Phone: 224566

Casualty (GMC) Hospital, Panaji
Phone: 223026

Red Cross Panaji Ambulance Service
Phone: 224601

General Post Office, Panaji
Phone: 191, 223706

Tourists Enquiry, Panji
Phone: 225620

Trionora Apartments, Dr. Alvares Costa Road, Panaji, Goa, (India).
Tel.+(91)-0832-226515 / 224132 / 226728; Grams: GOA TOURISM;
Telex: 194-334 TDC IN.
Fax. +(91)-0832-223926.

AMBULANCE :

Esperanca - Panaji(24 hours) 224096
Red Cross - Panaji 224601

General Post Office, Panaji - 191, 223706

TOURIST ENQUIRIES

Panji - 225620



Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



     


     

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