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Surrounded by waters in three directions, the peninsular India stands to enrapture the imagination of nature enthusiasts. The following list of 5 beaches should be there on every Wravelers bucket list.
A turquoise-hued world of clear, warm seas and silver sand, the Bangaram Island Beach in Lakshwadeep is widely regarded as one of the top ten secret beaches in the world, where tourists are flown in by helicopters during the monsoon season. It’s a teardrop shaped island and one of the most beautiful island in India. When you’re about to visit this place prepare yourself to witness a post-card perfect landscape, calm blue waters of the ocean and striking white sands.
The activities such as angling, snorkeling, diving and other water sports are must do things here. The traveling enthusiasts would develop goose bumps seeing the popular attractions like swaying coconut palms, coral reefs and turquoise blue lagoons, all in one place.
Kala Pathar beach is a quaint beach in Havelock Island which is a part of the Andaman Islands. The quintessential sight of Kala Pathar beach is aqua green waters hitting the silvery shores bringing in dead corals with them. It is not an ideal beach to snorkel or swim but it is without a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in India.
Enclosed by a thick forest of coconut palms in south Goa, Palolem Beach, known for its dolphin-spotting tours, is arguably the state’s most idyllic beach. It is one of the top beaches in India and is famous for the Silent Noise-Party for which a huge crowd gathers from all across the globe. This beautiful beach spot offers different atmospheres to diverse tourists- It has the most serene and pristine north stretch for quieter and laid back people, crowded and action-packed beach center for families and backpackers, and party filled south zone for hippies and party goers.
Located in the Auroville region of Pondicherry, the Auroville beach is one of the coolest beaches in South India. Frequented both by tourists and locals, the beach normally remains crowded, however, it’s a popular hangout spot among youth.
Lying in the arm of God’s Own Country ‘Kerala’, Marari Beach is the perfect destination for people who want to explore the backwaters of Kerala while enjoying the serenity of the beach. Located at a short distance from Alleppey and around 60 kms from Kochi, Marari Beach offers a calm and scenic atmosphere to tourists to relax and unwind.
Kerala receives rain almost throughout the year, making places like Marari filled with rich vegetation. It also opens several getaway options for the travellers such as Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, traditional coir-making units, and Kerala backwater canals for the travellers to explore. To plan a perfect holiday trip to Kerala, you all must consider visiting this delightful beach destination once in your life.
Contributed by : Arnav Mathur
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