Unexplored Beaches in India

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Secluded Beaches in India
Secluded 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 causing a hindrance in peace and solitude. So today, I am going to bring to you five not-so-popular but heavenly beaches in India that have not been explored by the majority of people till now! If you are looking for an isolated place that would rejuvenate your mind and body, this one’s for you!

1.     St. Mary’s Island, Udupi, Karnataka

6 kilometers into the Arabian Sea, lies a little island full of crystallized basalt rock found only at a few places in the world. It is a palm-fringed island with divine beauty that urges you to stay there forever.

2.     Radhanagar Beach, Havelock

Known for their turquoise blue waters, the Andamans is a glistening paradise of white sand. The impeccable beauty of this place is simply out of the world and has not been explored by the tourism sector.

3.     Benaulim Beach, Goa

Located at a distance of 7 kilometers from Margao in South-Goa, Benaulim is a very quiet and peaceful beach in the state. Not many know about this secret heaven in Goa that attracts you because of an extremely serene environment.

4.     Rishikonda Beach, Andhra Pradesh

The gorgeous golden sand is the prime attraction of this beach, which lies 8 kilometers from Vishakhapatnam. It is an ideal destination for swimmers and water-skiers.

5.     Tarkarli, Maharashtra

6 kilometers from Malvan, Tarkarli Beach has a long stretch of sandy land embellished with crystal clear water. The tall “shuru” trees, the wonderful sailboats and the tiny hamlets make the beach look absolutely breathtaking.


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