Despite India’s recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions, domestic tourists have flocked to Goa for its beaches and nightlife and to see in the New Year. Photo: Reuters/Sunil Kataria
Despite India’s recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions, domestic tourists have flocked to Goa for its beaches and nightlife and to see in the New Year. Photo: Reuters/Sunil Kataria
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Indian tourists throng Goa to see in the New Year despite Covid-19, and cruise boats and restaurants struggle to keep up with demand

  • Beaches, pubs and nightclubs in the popular tourist destination are packed as Indian visitors go jet-skiing, join cruises and take selfies at sunset
  • Businesses catering to the tourists – who make up for the lack of international visitors because of a flight ban – are doing a roaring trade

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Despite India’s recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions, domestic tourists have flocked to Goa for its beaches and nightlife and to see in the New Year. Photo: Reuters/Sunil Kataria
Despite India’s recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions, domestic tourists have flocked to Goa for its beaches and nightlife and to see in the New Year. Photo: Reuters/Sunil Kataria
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