Sun, surf and sand captivates thousands of sun-wanting tourists to India.
Beaches of India exposes some most mind-knocking varieties of beaches,
anywhere in the world. Soothing lagoons and relaxing serene backwaters,
marine estuaries crowded with fish, bays and rough lava-rocked seas, echoing
surf, golden sand or palm lined shores where the mind is restful by rhythmic
murmurs of the sea - Indian Beaches have them all.
In addition to this, the Indian coasts have their own seafood cuisine,
caring spas, engaging water bodies and great places to relax for a
Refresh yourself with the yoga exercises in the morning and close your eyes
to the pampering fingers massaging your body in the finest traditions of
Indian herbal massages. The sea is wonderfully warm and clear and its a
thrill to watch the local fisherman set out their nets every morning. You
will find the beaches are lined with little restaurants and houses nestled
into the palm and coconut trees. You can even get all sorts of spaghetti,
German bread and Italian food, as per your taste.
The Charming Shores of India
The azure blue water of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, surrounds
the coastal line of India from three sides. The extensive coastline of
India, fringed with waving coconut palm trees and flecked with an occasional
fishing hamlet is fast progressing into one of the world's best queue of
Take a look at some of the Beaches Offering Good Surfs :
international beach resort of Goa offers the best holiday villages on its
beaches especially at Carnival time during Christmas. Everything about Goa
is spellbinding from the landscape dotted with Portuguese architecture, to
the way of life that exudes an irresistible Old World charm.
Set amidst the azure water of the Arabian Sea is
the flourishing vegetation of Kerala, Kovalam is one of India's best sea
& Nicobar and Lakshadweep
Surf in the Isles of Andaman and Nicobar and the
Lakshwadeep island, where you can see the myriad colours of the showy fish
in the coral reefs from above the emerald waters.
The sea lauds the beach temple in
Puri, on the Eastern Coast, is beyond doubt the
world's most cultured beach. Going further is
Digha, a three-hour drive from Kolkata, a charming
beach, splendid in solitude.
Zoom into the natural and wholesome surroundings of Indian beaches. Surf on
the gentle waves or show your skills on the stormy, turbulent waves just as
you evaluate yourself.