Beach Resorts of India


India is bordered by Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean and has a coastline of more than 7,000 kms. As a result it is home to numerous beaches. Whether it is a secluded beach in Andamans or a party beach of Goa, every beach in India is a perfect tourist destination.

Kerala, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Lakshwadeep, Maharashtra, Orissa and Tamilnadu offer spectacular beaches. The most popular beaches in India are Anjuna Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Baga Beach & Calangute Beach in Goa, Juhu Beach in Maharashtra, Marari & Kovalam Beach in Kerala and Marina Beach in Chennai.

To make these beach holidays a luxury travel extravaganza, there are many beach resorts and luxury hotels in these states. These beach resorts in the various palm-fringed beaches provide for excellent recreation facilities. These beaches are listed in all most all the travel guides and are perfect places to enjoy the sun, sand and sea.

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Last Updated on : 2 December 2010





     


     

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