Uncovering some of the Best yet Unexplored Beaches of India!Aug 29, 2018
Very few places can calm the stressed up nerves of human beings like beaches. There is something about serene coastlines, brilliant horizons and the soothing breeze that takes away all our tensions and puts a smile on our faces. Beaches have something for everyone from adventure junkies, swimmers to toddlers and older people.
Whether you want to bask in the warm sand or you want to dance away at a beach party, you can have your pick right here in Indian beaches. From scenic and secluded beaches to crowded beaches in major cities, there is a large variety of coastal palettes for you to choose from. Given the diversity of Indian lands thanks to its geographical location, each coast-line makes for a picturesque treat to the eyes.
Though many beaches of Goa, Bombay, Chennai and Kerala are widely known world-over, there are many lesser-known treasures in India that the locals have been enjoying. Let us take a look at few such beaches that would make you want to pack your bags right now for a beach-cation!
If seafood, tranquillity and some peaceful relaxation are on your mind, then Puri Beach in Odisha is a perfect choice. There is no mad rush here and the scenery is vast and beautiful. Puri also has some great ancient temples and excellent heritage structures that you can visit. Visit the place between November and February to enjoy good weather for your beach visits.
Bangaram Island Beach
A secret beach that has expansive turquoise waters, silver shimmering sand, luxury resorts and lush coconut palms is something that sounds out of dream sequence in movies, right? Well, you can have a dream sequence of your own at the Bangaram Island Beach in Lakshadweep. The monsoon season churns up some exquisite sceneries and experiences in this Island and tourists are flown in on a special helicopter here. Between October and March is the best season to visit this place.
Marari Beach Kerala
While Kerala boasts of many world-famous beaches, Marari Beach is one of the lesser-known ones. It is located near Alleppey and is a nice and cosy beach that showcases the beauty of Kerala’s backwaters and the coast. The palm trees and the greenery add to the charm of the beach. Adventure junkies can indulge in surfing, water skiing, deep-water fishing, etc. There is also the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary nearby that is a great place to visit. The best time to visit is from October to February.
The Radhanagar Beach is in the Andaman and Nicobar islands and has been awarded the title of ‘Asia's Best Beach' by Time magazine in 2004. The beach is situated on Havelock Island and has a range of facilities for tourists. From water sports and adventures to relaxation treatments, anything you need can be got near this beach. The deep colour of the turquoise-blue waters and the fine white sand can soothe your senses like nothing else can. Visit the place between October and February.
This beautiful beach is situated right in the middle of thick coconut palm forests in South Goa. It is known for some exciting dolphin-spotting activities and the water stretches into an idyllic picture of tranquillity. The southern part of the beach is a great place for parties and socialising while the northern part offers a more secluded environment. So, it has the best of both worlds to offer to its visitors. It is an interesting beach that offers a variety of experiences to choose from. Visit between June and September to catch the glorious monsoons or visit between October and January to join the fun parties.
This beach in Kolkata has a 15km drivable stretch that lets you take in the glorious beauty of the beach. It is one of the most unpolluted beaches in India and supports a rich biodiversity on its coastline. Visit between June and September to enjoy the monsoons in full flow.