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The Lesser Known Beaches Of India

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A beach holiday is the perfect getaway from the city’s hustle bustle. Just imagine walking on the warm sand and the water gushing towards you. Sun, sand and water have therapeutic powers that help in soothing the nerves and de-stressing a person. Beaches are loved by people of all the ages, be it young or old. There is a feeling of adventure, romance and peace just being on the beach. Visiting the lesser known beaches of India is another experience in itself. Since not many know about these, there is an increased chance of finding the peace and tranquility you are looking for.

India has a vast coastline of 7517 kms right from the Andaman Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal to the Lakshadweep Islands in the Arabian sea. There are amazing beaches in India that are situated along this vast coastline.

The lesser known beaches of India:

The top lesser known beaches in India that you should not miss are:

1. Radhanagar Beach, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Radhanagar Beach
Radhanagar Beach

For seclusion and tranquility, Radhanagar beach in India is a place to visit. Situated on Havelock Island in the Andaman Nicobar Islands, it is famous for its still water and the white sand with a beautiful and thick forest of palm trees. It has been crowned the seventh best beach in the world by the Time magazine. In spite of its popularity, you would find that there is very minimal crowd there. The best part about Radhanagar beach is to just sit down and enjoy the beautiful sunset or just take a quick swim in the clear blue waters. This definitely is something to your senses.

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 2. Benaulim Beach, Goa

Benaulim Beach

Another beach in India, best known for its calm and peaceful environment is the Benaulim beach. About 2 km away from Colva, it is a place to enjoy the tranquility. Many tourists come to this place to avoid the strain of the city just to relax. During the weekends, the beach does get crowded. Otherwise, it is comparatively less crowded as compared to the other beaches in India. If you wish to bullfighting, visit Benaulim beach between October to March. This is the focal attraction of this beach.

3. Kashid Beach, Maharashtra

Kashid Beach, Maharashtra
Kashid Beach

This beautiful beach is located within a distance of 30 km from Alibagh, on the shores of the Arabian Sea. White sand, paddy fields, blue sea and Green Mountain enhance the beauty of Kashid beach. It is a perfect weekend getaway for the people living in Mumbai. You will find very few hotels in Kashid. The Konkani fish is a famous delicacy of Kashid that you should not miss.

4. Arambol Beach, Goa

Arambol Beach

The Arambol Beach is about one-hour drive away from Dabolim Airport in Goa. This beach attracts many international tourists during the winter season (November – March). If you are looking for a perfect way to relax, visit the hot thermals located just a short walk away from the beach. This is a home to different kinds of music, especially the Gypsy fusion bands. The Bohemian living makes it more attractive to the tourists. The various styles of healing art like Yoga, meditation, dance etc. .  are the other attractions that draw tourists to the Arambol Beach.

 5. Bogmalo Beach, Goa

Bogmalo Beach

For surfing and scuba diving enthusiasts, Bogmalo beach is the ideal place to be. This beach is located about 9 km away from the port town of Vasco da Gama. Many tourists wish to experience professional scuba diving while visiting this beach in India. You can get certified classes from a local company called Goa diving that offers PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) certification.

6. Mandarmani Beach, West Bengal

Mandarmani Beach

180 km away from the Kolkata airport, and just 30 Kms before Digha, you can find a beautiful beach on the Bay of Bengal. This place, known as Mandarmani is a seaside village, which has become extremely popular amongst the tourists from across India for its virgin beach and the serenity it offers. There are many resorts available, so you can spend a weekend there to rejuvenate yourself.

The sight of red crabs crawling is a common sight along the 13 km long beach. Another great attraction is the ability to drive your car on the beach. This can be a problem in other beaches in India, but not in Mandarmani. Certain other activities like rope ways are also available to entertain the tourists. Various local handicrafts, handmade jewelry, shells, souvenirs are sold by the local villagers in the stalls that line the beach.

Spend your next vacation in one of these lesser known beaches of India It will be surely be an experience worth remembering.

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