Take the plunge: Beaches to visit in your trip to India

From experiencing the culture to marveling at historical sights, tourists have countless of reasons to visit India. Add to this list of reasons the country’s stunning beaches, which are beginning to gain recognition worldwide.

India’s beaches are known for their diversity. Whether you’re looking for a quiet time along the shores or some beach parties, you can definitely find a shoreline for you. Here are some of the coasts India is known for:

Kovalam in Kerala

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Kovalam is a beach town in the southern state of Kerala and is home to two beaches: Lighthouse Beach and Hawa Beach. Both are loved by tourists because of their convenience. There are numerous hotels and restaurants in the area ready to serve beach-ready travelers.

Varkala Beach in Kerala

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A less commercialized beach compared to Kovalam, Varkala Beach is chosen by tourists because of its cleanliness. White sands surrounded by greenery await those who choose to spend a quiet time at Varkala. Many yoga enthusiasts travel to this beach to find serenity.

The state of Goa

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Goa’s coastline is home to a number of beaches, so you can easily find one that meets your desires. To name some, there’s the scenic Palolem Beach that is enclosed by a thick forest of coconut palms, the energetic Baga Beach known for its parties, nightlife, and delectable seafood, and the secluded Mandrem Beach that’s a favorite among honeymooners because of its privacy.

These are just some of the beaches you can discover in India. If your travel curiosities have been piqued by these, go ahead and prepare your tourist visa to India and experience one of the most memorable trips you will take.

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