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India boasts of a very long coastline that runs from Bay of Bengal in the east to Indian Ocean in the south and extends till the Arabian Sea in the west. This 7517 km stretch of beaches is laden with virgin attractions, scenic sunsets, thrilling adventures and raving nightlife. The beaches in India are set in the most striking ambiance and the mix of sun and sand make them popular tourist attractions of India.

Beaches in India

The most celebrated name in the Indian beaches is that of Goa, which is famous for its have-it-all beaches. An ideal stop for the sun-deprived tourists, adventure enthusiasts, shopaholics, and party lovers, the most famous beaches in Goa (Anjuna, Calanguate) are located in the North part of the state. The South Goa beaches are less crowded and offer peace and tranquility, ideal for those wanting to enjoy a quiet sojourn with nature. Goa is an international class beach resort and offers the best holiday resorts and shacks serving the most yummy sea food delicacies.

India also has a long coastline of unexplored and virgin beaches like Kovalam in Kerala, Gokarna in Karnataka, Digha in West Bengal and many more. Andaman and Lakshadweep are the most popular names in this segment. These beaches are adorned with swaying coconut trees, white sands, diving sites, dolphin-spotting sites and the beautiful coral reefs. There is no dearth of beauty in these remote beaches that cast a spell binding charm on its onlookers.

Backwaters in India

This myriad country also has something more in store in for its tourists. Come to the Indian backwaters in Kerala and enjoy a mesmerizing experience by staying in a houseboat. These brackish lagoons have a unique eco-system that foster unique aquatic life.

Whether it is the secluded horizons of the Konkan Coast or the happening Indian beaches on the Arabian Sea the white and gold sands, lined up shacks and flea markets on water drenched seashores make these beaches an ideal holiday destination.




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