Top 5 Beaches in India Posted by Nitin Kumar on Oct 30, 2012 in Hindi Language
India has a vast sea line and offers some of the best beaches in the world. Today, I will show you top 5 beaches (समुद्र तट – Samundar Tat) in India.
Lakshadweep is a group of islands which is a union territory of India which is located outside the mainland of India. Lakshadweep offers some of the stunning and picturesque beaches in the world. It offers shore lines which are full of coral reefs and clusters of palm trees. Richness of marine life and exotic flora and fauna, the beaches are like a green gems in Arabian sea. Some of the beaches which should not be missed are Kadmat and Chakratirth beach which are paradisaical coral islands.
Baga beach is located in northern Goa, a western state of India. This beach is famous for its serenity and its scenic beauty. It is little isolated as compared to other beaches which gives tourist to enjoy a beach which is picturesque, lush green and in pristine condition. Some of the things which can be explored there are water sports and fishing.
Varkala beach is situated in South Kerala, a the state in South India. It is an amazing seaside resort and spa. Beside this, it also offers important Hindu monuments nearby. It has splendid high cliffs with mineral springs which majestically from the coastline. Sure enough, it is ranked as one of the beaches in top 10 beaches in the world by Discovery Channel. It offers various hotels, resorts, home-stays as well as restaurants.
Marari Beach is a beach in Alappuzha District of Kerala, India. Beautiful sea and exotic flora and fauna make it an idyllic location for a vacation. The water is clean and perfect for swimming. The beach offers some resorts in the area from which the notably are, Marari Beach Resort, Turtle Beach Resort and Carnoustie Beach Resort.
It is about one mile long and is crescent-shaped so one can view the whole beach from either end from the rocks which are jutting out into the sea. The beach is unique in a way that it is unspoiled and is inhabited by both local fishermen and by foreign tourists who live in shacks along the shore or in the main village itself. It is safe for swimming as the sea currents are not fast.