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10 Awesome Beaches in India That You Must Visit

22/06/2017 | | 0 Comment |

10 Awesome Beaches in India That You Must Visit

The vast Indian coastline spans in the distance of 7,517 km and is enveloped by Indian Ocean or the Arabian Sea in the southwest, the Bay of Bengal in southeast and the Laccadive Sea in the south. This coastline has some of the best beaches across the globe at destinations such as Kerala, Andaman, Goa and Pondicherry. The beaches in India with white, silver, golden and black sands are ideal for leisure as well as water activities.

If you too are planning a beach vacation in India, here are 10 most beaches in India that you must visit: 

Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, Andaman

Commonly known as Beach No 7, Radhanagar beach at Havelock Island is one of the best beaches in India for honeymooners. It boasts of abundant tranquility, and scenic beauty. Clean gold sands and azure blue sea waters, allure leisure lovers from all across. In the year 2004, it has also been awarded as ‘Asia’s best beach’ by Time Magazine.

You can pick the activity of your interest. If you want, you can simply relax amid peaceful surroundings and savor the wonderful feel. Adventure activities that you can try your hand at are kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling etc. This is a 2 km long beach where you can bask in the glory of the sun as its sets at the horizon.

Agonda Beach, Goa

Popular for being the nesting site for Ridley turtle, Agonda beach in Goa is just the perfect option for you, if you wish to stay from regular touristy hustle. Placed in the southernmost Canacona Taluka of the beach state, this beach offers a refuge to seclusion-seeks through its relaxed and serene atmosphere.

This isolated seashore lies slightly on the outskirts and thus has soft white sands, unspoilt scenery and turquoise sea waters. If you wish to have a vacation at this wonderful beach, you can book a beach-side hut for yourself. The southern side of Agonda has a huge hill. Another pearl near this beach is Palolem, if you start driving towards Panaji. It is worth-visiting too.

Varkala Beach, Kerala

Located at a distance of an hour’s drive away from Trivandrum, the ever-so-beautiful Varkala beach is positioned at the foothills of dreamy cliffs. It is also known as Papanasam beach, and lies sandwiched between Alleppey and Kovalam.
The sunset views are wonderful from the shore. One can also indulge in sunbathing and swimming. There is a stream near the beach with waters that are known to have medicinal and curative properties.

Varkala beach is lined with coconut trees and dotted with huge red rocks, increasing its visual impact. It has immense natural beauty and is perfect for leisure-lovers as it is a less-commercialized beach. Capture the beauty of the place in your cameras. There also is 900-year-old Janardana Swami temple, which you must visit.

Dhanushkodi Beach, Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu

One of the 10 awesome beaches in India, Dhanushkodi beach near Rameshwaram is bounded by the Bay of Bengal on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other. It is around 20 km from Rameshwaram city and is known to have connection with Ramayana. It is said that this beach was the site where Lord Rama, Lord Hanumana, and their army had constructed a bridge or Setu to reach Lanka for Sita Mata.

There was a bustling town with the same name, but Dhanushkodi was devastated in 1964 in a cyclone. The whole place got washed away completely. Today, people visit the remains of the town and the pristine beach. Relish the peace as you take a walk. If you plan your beach holidays in India, do not miss out adding this beach in your list.

Palolem Beach, Goa

Ideal for spending a peaceful holiday, Palolem beach is a crescent-shaped beach in South Goa, which lies nestled in thick lushness of coconut palms. In comparison to the southern end, the northern tip of the beach is slightly busier. Dolphin-spotting is quite popular here. The waters here are perfect for swimming.It is said that Palolem is the most beautiful beach in Goa. Beach huts, fishing nets, boats and a number of species of flora, dot the shore and sea. One can partake in shopping and boat riding. You can also get a relaxing massage done to rejuvenate your senses.

Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam, Kerala

One of the most popular beaches in India, Lighthouse beach is a part of the crescent-shaped Kovalam beach, along with Hawa or Eve’s Beach, and Samudra Beach. Tourists visit this beach from all across the globe to relish the scenic beauty. This beach has been named after the 30 m high lighthouse here, atop the Kurumkal Hill. As the waters touch your feet, go for walk, exploring this beach with silver sand.

Out of these three beaches, it is the most popular one due to variety of entertainment options it has to offer. Sunset views from here are unforgettable. One can also partake in activities like surfing, parasailing and swimming. The nearby eateries serve mouth-watering local delicacies.

Puri Beach, Orissa

Lying along the Bay of Bengal, Puri beach is one of the most popular religious beaches in India. It is equally popular amid holiday makers and pilgrims, who visit Puri to pay homage to their Lord Jagannath. Sand art is one of the main highlights of this beach. Observe the touristy hustle-bustle while you take a walk here. This place holds a lot of religious significance also as it is one of the most revered Chardham destinations.

The views of sunrise and sunset are simply mesmerizing. Capture these moments in your cameras. You can also visit the fishing village, located nearby to have an interaction with the locals. A popular event here is the annual Beach festival, which is organized here in the November month. This beach is 35 km from Konark and 65 km from Bhubanheshwar.

Paradise Beach, Pondicherry

Aptly named Paradise beach, it is one of the most beautiful beaches in India. The beach is around 8 km away from the main town, and lies along the Cuddalore Main Road. Dolphin sightings are quite common here. The vibe of this clean beach is unspoilt and just has a calming, rejuvenating effect. It is also called Chunnambar. You can plan a picnic here with your loved ones. Explore the backwaters through a ferry ride.

Another famous attraction here is the Boat house. Exciting rides such as merry-go-round, and bouncing castle are available here. The entry fee is nominal. There is also an on-site café that serves lip-smacking delicacies like Fried Rice and Fish Manchurian. Visitors can also enjoy boating here, however, there are no accommodations available.

Elephant Beach, Havelock Island, Andaman

Brining in travelers from all across, Elephant beach at the Havelock Island is quite popular for being one of the best beaches to visit in India. It is truly a replica of a paradise with immense natural beauty. While holidaying with the family, one can enjoy a picnic lunch here or can just relax, savoring the wonderful ambiance. From the island dock, this beach is just 20 minutes away from the boat.

Elephant beach boasts of clean white sand. Fallen trees in the background look pretty surreal. For adventurers, there is the option of swimming as well as snorkeling. Deep sea diving is another activity if you wish to explore the coral reefs. For lazy lads, there is beach walking and sun bashing. Andaman is one of the beach destinations in India.

Om Beach, Gokarna, Karnataka

Located around 8 km from Gokarna, the tranquil Om beach derives its name from 2 semi-circular coves, which join together, leading to the formation of an inverted symbol of Om, a Hindu religious symbol. Tourists as well as locals both visit this beach for a wonderful vacation. Relish the tranquil atmosphere.

Embark on a leisure walk on the clean sands.Apart from leisure vacationers, this beach is also perfect for those who wish to partake in water sports activities. Feel the high adrenaline rush by indulging in various kinds of water sports such as water skiing, surfing, parasailing and banana boat rides. Kudle beach is another famous beach, which is worth-visiting.


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