Glorious beaches in India other than Goa!
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Glorious beaches in India other than Goa!

India has plenty of unexplored beaches dying for your attention

Glorious beaches in India other than Goa!

With summer heading our way with this speed, we need an easy-breezy vacation asap. Whenever we think about planning a vacation to beaches, Goa seems to be a convenient plan. But do you know that India has plenty of unexplored beaches dying for your attention?

The many gorgeous beaches at India's coastline prove that you don't have to plan an international vacation to enjoy a lazy beach holiday. Here is a complete list of some of the finest beaches in India that you should consider before preparing your trip.

Murud Beach, Mumbai

Murud Beach is located in the village of Dapoli, about a hundred kilometres from Mumbai. Murud Beach offers a variety of watersports opportunities in addition to the magnificent palm tree-bordered scenery. You can also go into town and experience a wide range of delectable Maharashtrian seafood meals. Murud Beach visitors are occasionally treated to encounter friendly dolphin pods. During the British Raj, it was a famous tourist destination for Britishers, who regarded it as one of India's most beautiful beaches.

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Varkala Beach, Kerala

Varkala Beach, also known as Papanasam Beach by locals, is around ten kilometres from Varkala, a lovely little village on the fringes of Thiruvananthapuram's district. The beach's waters and the neighbouring natural springs are considered to offer medical and therapeutic, as well as soul-purifying characteristics. Locals think that bathing in these waters aids in the cleansing of their sins. Varkala Beach is ideal for travellers interested in meditating in tranquilly and practising yoga, thanks to the various Ayurvedic spas, surprisingly reasonable beach resorts and restaurants, and the stunning, red laterite cliffs.

Havelock, Andaman

White sand, blue waves, vivid coral reefs, and a sense of peace permeate the atmosphere. Add in scuba diving, snorkelling, trekking, elephant rides, and a lot more, and you've got yourself a perfect beach vacation for the New Year! Havelock in the Andaman Islands promises a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation where the joy derives from being one with nature. The Radhanagar and Elephant beaches are the most important sites to swim and enjoy water sports in the warm sea.

Agatti Beach, Lakshadweep

Even though tourists must obtain special authorization to enter Lakshadweep, the red tape becomes worthwhile once one sees Agatti Beach. Agatti Beach is the ultimate snorkeler's paradise, with its azure blue waters and calm waves. Parasailing, surfing, and scuba diving are some of the other water sports available at Agatti Beach. It is commonly regarded as India's cleanest beach. Tourists rank it as one of India's most beautiful beaches yearly after year.


Pondicherry, or Puducherry, is recognized as India's French connection and is one of India's best-known spots for meditation and relaxation. The former French colony has preserved French culture and architecture, making it a unique site to visit. A well-kept beachfront, famous for the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in neighbouring Auroville, where hundreds come to seek serenity, completes a beach vacation package. Camping on the beach, sunbathing, canoeing, kayaking, and backwater sailing are popular beach activities in Pondicherry.

Kovalam, Kerala

Kovalam, located south of Marari, is another soothing beach vacation spot in Kerala. Kovalam, primarily a fishing community, has attracted much tourist attention in recent years. Its famous Eve and Lighthouse beaches are beautiful and clean, flanked on one side by coconut trees. You can choose between an enriching early morning voyage with the fisherman, renting a surfboard, and embarking on a journey to master the waves!