A holiday to Goa this Christmas or New Year could include organised celebrations of the size traditionally only seen in countries such as Thailand and Ibiza.

A holiday to Goa this Christmas or New Year could include organised celebrations of the size traditionally only seen in countries such as Thailand and Ibiza.This is the suggestion of Whatsonwhen, which revealed that travellers can expect sunny weather “and a pounding beat” when visiting the former Portuguese colony during the festive period.

“Goa at Christmas and New Year provides an escape from the frenzy of shopping and the chill of a European winter,” it stated.

The guide warned that there are not too many large celebrations in the region throughout the rest of year, making late December to early January the best opportunity for party lovers to get in on the action.

One person who has enjoyed Goa in recent months is Tristan Holme of Cricket365.

He stated that Goa has “most things” a person could want from a vacation, from a laidback atmosphere to sunny beaches to cheap alcohol to great food.

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