Samudra Beach

Kovalam Beach in the Indian state of Kerala is considered to be one of the most exquisite beaches of the country. This Kovalam Beach is divided into three parts, with the Northern most part is known as the Samudra Beach. The other two parts are the Light house beach which is located at the Southern end and the Hawa beach is located in the middle. The Kovalam beach is in the shape of a crescent and the three beaches are separated from one another, either by large promontory or by disjointed fissures.

The Samudra Beach is made up of the Northern part of Kovalam Beach and is popular among the tourists, both Indian and international. Not affected by the changing times, the Samudra Beach in Kovalam has succeeded in retaining its original charm. Even today one can find a number of basic wooden fishing vessels in the village.

The most attractive fact about the Samudra Beach in Kovalam is its seclusion. Still unaffected by the sudden spurge of tourism, the Samudra Beach does not have tourists crowding over the place. This beach mainly belongs to the native fishermen who operate from this part of Kovalam Beach.

Located at a close proximity to the metro city of Trivandrum, accessing the Samudra Beach or more broadly the Kovalam Beach is not a problem. One can choose to fly down to the International Airport in Trivadrum or can take a train or bus to the rail head and bus stand of Trivandrum respectively.

Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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