Much of India is surrounded by ocean and the country has some of the best beaches spread across the costal line of Southern India which are incredibly scenic and are consider the best beaches in the world. Sparkling sand, sweltering sunrays and incredibly beautiful sea, all together add on the beauty of beaches in India and make them look stunning.
These scenic beaches offer everything from parties to solitude that invites the tourists from all around the country to get enjoy the beach activities and many more. However all beaches are not commercialized, some of them have been abandoned as not properly cared and maintained.
Let’s talk about some most frequently visited beach holiday destinations in India, Goa is one of them. It has everything for beach lovers, late night parties, water sports activities, tasty cuisines, long and crowded stretch of beaches, even it has some serene beaches for people who want to stay away from hustle and bustle of beach side. There are some popular beaches of Goa such as Agonda beach, Cavelossim beach, Benaulim beach, Candolim beach, Varca beach, Palolem beach, Colva beach, Vagator beach, Anjuna beach, Baga beach etc. There are other places as well where you can go and enjoy your beach vacations in India. Kerala also counted for best beaches, its exotic beaches are best destination for honeymoon couples and adventure water sports. There are some famous beaches, these are known for not only their charm and tranquillity, but their lovely cuisines. Kerala is known for its long stretches of beaches and amazing backwaters, some luxury beaches in Kerala are, Kovalam, Varkala, Poovar and Light House beach, you may count Marari beach as well if want to explore the backwaters of Kerala.
With some of the finest beaches, Andaman is best known for immaculate surroundings, Radhanagar beach is the most popular tourist attraction on Havelock Island, it is ideal place for enjoying sea bathing and sun basking, one can do swimming here, however no water sports are allowed.
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