Beaches in India

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Popular Beach Destinations in India



Boasting of some incredible and unexplored beach destinations, India has earned an acclaim as a popular tourism destination across the globe.

India offers some of the most immaculate beaches in the world with brilliant environment, activities, solitude, fun, frolic, and parties.

Any couple, who is willing to go for a honeymoon, or a family going out for a vacation, has the option of choosing among the most stunning, serene, peaceful and picturesque beaches in India.

Beaches of Goa

Goa is the most popular beach destination in India that attracts tourists from all over the world. There are around forty beaches in Goa.

The beaches are famous for rave parties, sunbathing and beach sports.

Some of the popular beaches in Goa are:
Beaches of Kerala

Located in South India, Kerala - "God's Own Country", has a long coastline that offers lots of opportunities for those who seek beauty and tranquility. It is a herbal country that welcomes you to come and revitalize yourself in a relaxing atmosphere. You can unwind on the beaches, swim in the sea, row a dinghy, take a sailboat ride or simply go to a spa.

Some of the popular Kerala beaches are:
Beaches of Andhra Pradesh

The beaches of Andhra Pradesh are unspoiled and pure, ideal for a beach holiday. Stretched over 1000 km along the southeastern coastline, there are lots of scenic beaches, green hills, bustling wildlife and beautiful palm trees.

Some of the main beaches in Andhra Pradesh are:
Beaches of Maharashtra

With a coast line of 720 km, Maharashtra is quite fortunate with few of the finest beaches one could find. Beaches of Maharashtra offer lots of activities like sea surfing, sand bathing, swimming, picnics, water sports, etc.

The most popular beaches of Maharashtra are:
  • Dahanu-Bordi Beach
  • Ganpatipule Beach
  • Juhu Beach
  • Mandwa and Kihim Beaches
  • Marve, Manori and Gorai Beaches
  • Shriwardhan-Harihareshwar Beach
  • Tarkarli Beach
  • Velneshwar Beach
  • Vengurla - Malvan Beach
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Beaches of Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a group of 572 Islands consisting of exotic and unexplored beaches. The tropical climate prevails all year round, offering a comfortable holiday experience. The Islands are known for its remote and serene atmosphere, beaches with silvery white sand and lots of greenery.

Some popular beaches of the Islands are:
  • Corbyn's Cove And Chirya Tapu Beach
  • Radhnagar Beach
  • Harminder Bay Beach
  • Karmatang Beach
  • Ramnagar Beach
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Beaches of Lakshadweep Islands

The Islands have a set of charming and stunning beaches. The Islands are full of coral reefs and palm trees and exotic beaches. The beaches provide spectacular lagoons, sea-shores, stretches of sun drenched sand and lots of swaying palms.

Some of the main beaches of Lakshadweep are:
  • Kavaratti Beach
  • Kalpeni Beach
  • Kadamat Beach
  • Bangaram Beach.
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Beaches of Odisha

Beaches in Odisha represents golden sand, deep blue sea and pleasant weather. They provide tourists with a wonderful experience of scenic beauty, cool breeze, warm sun and relaxation at sea side.

Some of Odisha Beaches are:
  • Aryapalli Beach
  • Balaramgadi Beach
  • Balighai Beach
  • Chandipur Beach
  • Gopalpur Beach
  • Paradeep Beach
  • Puri Beach
  • Ramchandi Beach
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Blogs about Beach
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Unexplored Beaches in India : The vivid topography of India is a true blessing from God. It introduces us to the boundless beauty of nature and gives us an opportunity to explore its vividness. This vividness makes India a home to a large number of beaches which have acquired a popular name owing to their mesmeric beauty and celestial environment. But due to the popularity of these places, a huge crowd is often seen to be hanging out here, thereby…
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Sunset at a Beach
Five Breathtaking Sunrise and Sunset Beaches of India : It is often said that happiness lies in the small things. While I was thinking about the small things that bring true happiness, one of the immediate thoughts that struck my mind was of beautiful sunrises and sunsets. There is no better way to begin your day other than looking at a sunrise, and nothing more relaxing than spending a quiet evening watching the sunset. Even though this scenic panorama can be witnessed anywhere, the…
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Manori Beach, Mumbai
Dwell in solitude at the Manori Beach in Mumbai : Location: Dharavi Bhet, Northern Mumbai In a bustling city like Mumbai, finding a peaceful spot devoid of rush can seem like a dream sometimes! But as its said, all things are possible to him that believes! Therefore, I somehow managed to discover a place which is not only peaceful but also exceptionally beautiful. One of the least crowded beaches in Mumbai, Manori Beach is a glaringly scenic beach in the Manori Village of Northern Mumbai.…
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Morjim Beach: The Exotic Turtle Beach of Goa : The Morjim Beach, popularly known as the Turtle Beach, is located in Pernem, north Goa. The beach is bestowed with elegant vistas, including a blossoming, green environment. The Morjim Beach is special as it serves as a hatching and nesting habitat of the Olive Ridley turtles, which are an endangered species. The sight of the tiny hatchlings, turtles and crabs makes your experience at the beach an unforgettable one. Kite surfing is another activity popular…
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Betalbatim Beach,Goa
Betalbatim Beach in Goa : Location: South of Majorda Beach, Goa Each one of us has definitely been lucky enough to witness beautiful sunsets sometime but the beauty of the sunsets at the Betalbatim Beach is beyond imagination. Located in the south of the Majorda Beach, Betalbatim Beach is one most beautiful beaches of Goa. Owing to the spectacular sunsets it offers, it is popularly known as the “Sunset beach of Goa”. Not only is it more peaceful than the…
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Last Updated on : 13 August 2013