7 of the Top Beaches in India That Remain Unexplored by Travelers
India, no doubt is adorned with endless charms where travelers seeks to unwind while being very close to nature and excellent sightseeing attractions. Not only is this Asian nation dotted with spectacular pilgrimage sites, time-honored monuments, and natural wonders but is also bejeweled with sun-kissed beaches. Yes! It is a land of impressive beaches. The shimmering sand along with the never-ending waves is beyond the explanation of beauty. On my travel to Indian seashores I found that besides eminent coastlines of Baga, Marina, Calangute and Colva there are some unexplored beaches that are equally incredible and exotic as the more prominent ones! Let’s find out those off-beat beaches.
The abode of God, Kerala is renowned for its pristine beaches and azure waters. In its seashores, the incomparable beauty is contained. The backwaters are considered the center of attractions and cynosure of everyone’s eyes, however, Varkala, one of Kerala’s unexplored seashores, is undoubtedly attractive. At this place the, the vertical cliffs are appealing. There are a number of spas and water spouts at the other side of these sea cliffs. This shoreline if famous for its religious aura around it and it is believed that the holy marine will wash off all the sins and bad deeds. Well, this spiritual beach is located at a distance of 51 km from Thiruvananthapuram that one can access easily via rail and road.
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Agatti Island, Lakshadweep
This islet appears as heaven on earth because of its turquoise azure lagoons, glittering coral reefs, and shiny sand and lush coconut palms. Lakshadweep contains a series of 36 coral isles, which is about 50 kms far from Kerala’s western seaside. Agatti stands among those unexplored coastlines that tourists are unaware of. It is the single isle featuring an airstrip from where you can seize a bravura sight of the airfield prior to landing. The major attractions over here are fishing and water sports. Besides, this coastline is also perfect for relaxation and romantic holidays.
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Benaulim Beach, Goa
Goa that is considered the perfect paradise owing to its scintillating sands and oscillating coconut palms. Besides the Goa’s most prominent beaches like Baga, Colva, Dona Paula and Anjuna, Benaulim Beach is one of the un-heard and undisclosed coastlines in Goa. Yielding white sand plus black lava rocks add to its beauty. This lovely shoreline is to be found at the ending edges of Colva Beach that is largely explored for fishing. This safe and sound shore doesn’t contain the havoc of jelly fish. From Colva Beach it is 2-km away and from South Goa, west of Margo it is 7-km.
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Radha Nagar Beach, Havelock
Miraculous environs with white sand are the splendor of Radha Nagar Beach. It is sited at Havelock in the aquatic beauty of Andaman & Nicobar Island. On Havelock, the awe-inspiring shore is also recognized as Beach No.7. This shoreline far from the reach of earsplitting sounds of vehicles and speedy city life is the ultimate place to lay aside all the woes and worries. From Port Blair and Chennai you can catch a flight to reach over there.
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Malpe Beach & St. Mary’s Island, Udupi, Karnataka
Malpe, the fishing seaside is the natural waterfront of Udupi located in Karnataka. This seashore is famous for its picturesque beauty that offers an ideal holiday over here. The land mass of St Mary’s is about 30 minutes away into the marine from this beach. The atomized basalt rock over here is considered the cynosure at the shoreline. The only one of its kind rock formation is to be found in just few places of the world. You can get there by well-connected highways and the only way to reach out Maple Beach is through a boat from St. May’s Island from Malpe Harbour.
Talasari Beach, Orissa
The deep blue sea, golden sand, stunning panorama and pleasant climate conditions characterize the Talasari Beach located in Orissa. It is mostly untouched and stands among India’s stunning beaches. Well, this coastline is about 88 km away from Balasore city. Its sea water is serene and calm and the cool breeze running from the Bay of Bengal makes it an ultimate site hang out with friends and family. The well-connected highways simplify your travel concerns.
Mandarmani, West Bengal
Located at the northern borderline of the Bay of Bengal, it is finely distinguished by low waves and hard sands. It is absolutely calm, less populated and clean. In fact this shoreline is also considered as the longest travelable coastline in India. Here the view of sunset and sunrise is beyond description. From Kolkata you can find various means of travel to this beach.