India incredibly has the most diverse varieties of beaches than anywhere else in the world that attracts thousands of tourists every season. Indian beaches are simply fantastic and mind boggling and offer a memorable experience to the lovers of sun, sand and surf. India's vast peninsular coastline offers array of beaches, some of which are well preferred by the tourists while others retain its un-spoilt look. Tourists visiting these exotic beaches of India enjoy the chain of sun-drenched and palm-fringed beaches offer luxurious vistas to the travellers. Popular beaches of India stretched across every part of India include:
The marvelous expanses of sun-drenched beaches and blue seas are truly considered as the essence of Goa. Goa is known for relaxed lifestyle and is enlivened by the lively music and dance of Goa. Some of the renowned beaches of Goa include Colva, Betul, Dona Paula, Calangute, Gasper Dias, Baga, Anjuna, Bogmalo and Vagator. Goa is exhilarating throughout the year as tourists can enjoy the summer on the golden sand, winters in the warm water of the beaches and enjoy soaking in the rains.
The people of Goa are fun-loving and lively and are very fond of dance and music. Sea food is very much preferred by the people in Goa and is simply delicious.
Seafood is a must in Goa. The cuisine, whether Continental or prepared in Indian style, is varied and nothing short of delicious.
DAY 1 : GOA
On arrival tourists are transfer to the hotel for the overnight stay at the hotel.
Tourists can enjoy the lovely and exotic beaches of Goa and overnight stay at hotel.
Tourists can plan their visit to various interesting places of Goa like various churches, temples, and beaches.
Tourists are transfer to airport to board the flight for onward destination.
Goa is well linked through air, train and road ways with all the prominent cities of India. Goa by air is linked to Delhi, Kochi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Trivandrum. This city is also well connected through rail lines to all the major cities of India. By road this city is linked to Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Chennai, and Pune.
Today Kovalam is well regarded as one of the most admired beach hangouts in India. Kovalam literally meaning a grove of coconut trees and really the coconut trees along the beaches offer a stunning look to the beaches. Visitors are provided with some of the best facilities at Kovalam beach, like swimming, sunbathing, ayurvedic massage and various other such facilities. Primarily Kovalam beach is segregated into two major beaches besides many private beaches. The two beaches are known as Eve's Beach and Lighthouse Beach.
Kovalam can be reached by air, rail and road. The nearest airport and railway station from Kovalam is Thiruvananthapuram and this beach is well connected to Kerala by wide network of roads.
Kovalam is not only renowned for its spectacular beaches but is also popular for Kathakali, which is a dance-drama from Hindu mythology performed in open-theatres. Graceful movements of dancers while dressing with elaborate costumes prove an entertaining evening for the visitors.
DAY 1 : TRIVANDRUM - KOVALAM
On arrival at Trivandrum, visitors are move to Kovalam and transfer to hotel for the overnight stay.
DAY 2 : KOVALAM
Tourists are left for independent sightseeing and activities.
DAY 3 : KOVALAM
Tourists can indulge into various water sports activity or can enjoy the beaches.
DAY 4 : KOVALAM - TRIVANDRUM
Tourists are move to airport for boarding the flight for onward destination.
Mahabalipuram beach is the pick of beaches of south India, located around 50km from Chennai, nestling on the shores of the Bay of Bengal. This beach offers many awe-inspiring monuments having sculptural panels, caves, and temples. Incredible beach of Mahabalipuram attracts numerous tourists throughout the year providing tourists with the opportunity of various beaches activities. Apart from enjoying these activities, tourists can also explore the beautiful monuments beside the beach. The ancient historical monuments in the close proximity of Mahabalipuram beach results in tourist's attraction towards the beach.
Mahabalipuram can be reached by air, train, or via road. The nearest airport to Mahabalipuram is Chennai and regular flights operate from this airport connecting it with other Indian cities. Nearest railway station from Mahabalipuram beach is Chengalpattu, which is 25km from the beach. This beach is well connected via road through Mofussil Bus Terminus at Koyambedu.
DAY 1 : CHENNAI - MAHABALIPURAM
On arrival at Chennai airport, tourists are transfer to Mahabalipuram and transfer to hotel for the overnight stay.
DAY 2 : MAHABALIPURAM
Tourists are left free for beach visiting and sightseeing of historical monuments.
DAY 3 : MAHABALIPURAM
Visitors can indulge in their independent activities and local sightseeing.
DAY 4 : MAHABALIPURAM - CHENNAI
Tourists are transfer to Chennai airport to board flight for onward destination.
Lakshadweep beach is not as renowned as of Goa and Kerala beaches but its lagoons and beaches are equally beautiful. Lakshadweep is the land of pristine sea and the only group of Coral Reef Island in India. Out of its 36 islands, only few can be visited by the tourists. These Islands are admired by the adventure lovers as it offers great challenge in various adventurous activities.
Apart from beach Lakshadweep is also known for two most significant mosques called Ajjara and Jamath renowned for exquisite wood carvings. The Kavaratti aquarium and lake and its magnificent tombs are other attractions of Lakshadweep. The nearest airport connecting Cochin and Lakshadweep is Agatti.
DAY 1 : COCHIN - AGATTI - BANGARAM ISLAND
On arrival at Cochin airport, tourists catch connecting flight for Agatti and on reaching Agatti; they are transfer through ferry to Bangaram Island. Then later transfer to hotel for the overnight stay.
DAY 2 : BANGARAM ISLAND
Tourists are left free for independent activities in Bangaram Island and spend overnight in the hotel.
DAY 3 : BANGARAM ISLAND
Visitors plan visit to various interesting places of Bangaram Island.
DAY 4 :
Visitors are transfer to Agatti airport to board flight for Cochin and then board connecting flight for onward destination.
Fifty-four km from Thiruvananthapuram is the Varkala Beach, which is a popular holiday destination of the tourists looking for a relaxed beach holiday in the midst of calm and sandy atmosphere. This beach is also known as 'Papanashini' because a dip in the water of Varkala beach purifies one body and soul. Varkala Beach is renowned for its scenic landscape and it offers a striking sight with the contrast between the cliffs, sand and sea. The view of sunset is truly awesome with the sun disappearing into the sky like a ball. Tourists are sure to enjoy the attractions of Varkala Beach on the Kerala beach tour.
To reach Varkala by air, the nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, which is about 46 km from Varkala. Tourists preferring train route can reach Varkala easily as Varkala has its own station and is well connected via train to all the major cities of India.
DAY 1 : TRIVANDRUM - VARKALA
On arrival at Trivandrum airport, tourists are transfer to Varkala, which is approx 0 minutes drive and then transfer to hotel for the overnight stay.
DAY 2 : VARKALA
Tourists are left free to enjoy various sightseeing and beach of Varkala.
DAY 3 : VARKALA
Visitors can get involve in their favorite activities to enjoy the day and later transfer to hotel for the overnight stay.
DAY 4 : VARKALA - TRIVANDRUM
Tourists are transfer to airport from boarding flight for further destination.