Sun, surf, sea and sand, from west to east coast, India’s beaches has its own kind of magic. Vast, varied and wondrous, country’s landscape beckons for a deeper exploration! A true playground for the intrepid and the beach lovers. One of the longest in the world, India’s 7000 km long coastline is studded with exotic beaches. Goa is a perfect solution to your beach hunt in India! A major hotspot, Goa is truly one of the most happening places in the country with incredible beaches and party places. With around 54 beaches covering 125 km of the state coastline, the beaches will leave you in awe. Some of the must explores are Palolem, Arambol, Baga, Calangute, Sinquerim, Colva and Butterfly Beach! Well, the list goes on, but these are the must-visits.
Famed as one of the most exquisite beaches of India, Radhanagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands was ranked as the 7th best beach in the world by TIME Magazine. Glittering white sand shores and turquoise blue water is all you need to take a dip into the serenity!
A rejuvenating beach holiday destination, Kovalam is adored for its charming beaches. Lighthouse Beach and Hawah Beach will take you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Overlooked by a vintage lighthouse on Kurumkal Hill, the Lighthouse Beach offers a variety of water sports and beach activities.
Nestled at the bottom of a magnificent cliff, the stunning Varkala Beach is ideal for sunbathing. It is popular for its bohemian culture and shacks on the cliff serving delicious seafood. If you want to catch a glimpse of a breathtaking sunset, Varkala cliff is the place for you.
With splendid landscapes and pristine beaches, Gokarna beaches are filled with mesmerising palm and coconut trees. The alluring beaches are meant for a slow, relaxed, and everything a beach holiday is about. Some of the must-visits here are Om Beach, Paradise Beach and Half-Moon Beach.
Diu is loved for its off-beat and scenic Nagoa Beach. It is known for its blue crystal waters, leisure activities and water sports such as parasailing, banana boating, jet skiing and bumper boating. If you take a look from the top, the beach fascinatingly resembles the shape of a horseshoe.
A heritage beach town dating back to the 5th century, Mahabalipuram is where history meets the exotic beach life. It is also well-known for its rock-cut sculptures, caves, and monolithic rathas & chariots. A surfer’s paradise, the beach will surely delight you with its unique landscapes.
Renowned for its unmatched cleanliness and tranquillity, Marari Beach in Alleppey is ideal for surfing, snorkelling, and swimming. To catch a glimpse of the quintessential Kerala village life, head to Marari Beach for an unforgettable stay.
Dotted with several serene beaches along its coastline, Vizag is the perfect place to admire the azure waters, golden sand beaches, and mesmerising sunsets. Surrounded by verdant hills on three sides and the Bay of Bengal on the other, Yarada Beach is one of the best beaches in the city. If you haven’t seen the beaches here, then you are surely missing out on something.
Well-known as a temple town for its famous Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath, the beautiful beaches of Puri is often overlooked by travellers. Blessed with shimmering golden shorelines, the beaches of Puri gives you a chance to admire the unique sand art.
To seek peace and serenity head to Aare Ware Beach in Ganpatiphule. A beach town along the Konkan coastline, Ganpatiphule is known for several alluring temples of Lord Ganesh. A perfect idyllic getaway in the lap of nature, Ganpatiphule is a must-visit.