Sun kissed hair, sun tan, cool cocktails, sunglasses, fit flops, palm trees, corals, dolphins, scintillating sand, hats, laughs and peaceful breathing, makes you drool over the beaches.
India’s best beaches can be found on the vast peninsular coastline of the vast India.Though not clean and polluted but its beauty still can speak the truth that it is serene, magical and mesmerizing.
The finest Beaches of the country are :
The first two lie in the smallest state of India,
Goa has always been known for its peaceful culture and easing going people. The Portuguese culture is so embedded in them that it is difficult to imagine Goa without its Portuguese connection. Goa has a unique, rich blend of western and eastern culture.The goans are generally said to be born with music and football in their blood. For maybe this reason they throw up excellent trance parties on the beautiful beaches in Goa.Thanks to the portuguese who brought in this culture to India.
Anjuna beach has got a total hippie style culture. It is also known as the Indian form of Ibiza. Anjuna is famous for its trance parties and hosts a flea market every Wednesday from 9 a.m until the sunset, where people shop for beachy things like hats, jewellery, swimsuits and even fruits, electronic gadgets and indian cloth.Travelers on Anujuna are found relaxing, drinking aur may be capturing the breathetaking dusk.Like mainly all Goa, Anjuna Beach was also begot by the Portuguese.
Vagator Beach is the northern most beach of Bardez Taluka, in Goa.Vagator is famous for its phenomenal red foothills with two marvelous fresh spring waterfalls and natural marvel in the sea.Vagator is a little relaxed, but pretty much dipped in the rave culture.Vagator not only holds the asia’s largest music festival;the sunburn But also the entraling and exciting parties. There are more of western travelers but also the Indians, who especially come to absorb the peace of life that is by watching the sunset.
Kovalam is a beach town by the Arabian sea in Thiruvananthapuram city, in Kerela.Kovalam word is been derived from Tamil which means a coppice of coconut trees.Kovalam has three crescent beaches seprartely –Lighthouse Beach, Hawah and Samudra beach. The beach has the grandeur hotel The Leela Kempinski Kovalam Beach, which has a private chalet facing the beach. The beach has managed to maintain its tranquil and calm atmosphere. As it has now become overly touristy. Kovalam was brought into the limelight when it was visited by the hippies in early seventies while on their way to Ceylon, Srilanka.
4. Havelock Islands, Andaman and Nicobar
Havelock island is the most visited islands on Andaman and Nicobar. The indian governament is been promoting eco-tourism keeping it fragile and pristine.Havelock Island has become a destination for honeymooners.it is popular for its scuba diving.”Radha Nagar” Beach, is one of the most top rated beaches on Havelock and after it come the grand “Elephant Beach” where you can experience elephant rides in the water or even enjoy running back into the crystal clear water along the frothy waves.You can relish the gorgeous greens, captivating corals, jumping dolphins, coconut canopies, and staggering beauty of forests.Making every moment so alluring.
5. The Promenade, Pondicherry
True to its name, it has got a beautiful walking street that falls on one side of the beach. The promenade beach is also known as the Pondichery Beach.The beach has a 1.5 km long road.The promenade gets very busy in the eveings and on weekends people come to enjoy the splash of cool breeze. The panorama is surrounded by several landmarks such as the War Memorial built by the French, the Statue of Joan of Arc, the Heritage Town hall, the Statue of Mahatma Gandhi, Dupleix statue, the Old Light House, remains of the old pier, and the Old Customs House.Due to its french culture,Pondichery has always remained a cosmopolitan place.
Atlast, Life is better at the beach.
I am on wanderlust