Top 8 Beaches in India to Spend Electrifying Holiday

India is accounted having the most beautiful beaches of the world widen across its vast coastline which has already proven by the Time Magazine after have gone through a profound survey. Treat yourself with the best beach holidays in India and get close to a place of isolation with your friends and family. Following are a list of intense beaches in India where you can spend a rejuvenating vacation whenever you need a break from the busy city life. They are incredibly beautiful with the awesome scenic beauty, flowing water, bracing breeze and refreshing wind.

1. Agonda Beach, Goa:

Agonda Beach Goa

This appealing beach is situated at a distance of 3 km from Goa; in the southernmost regions. It is very well maintained by the native citizens where you can find a spruce setting from all around. The beach is most popular among the tourist and they always wish to visit the place again and again to attain instant relaxation from the busy rut life.

2. Radhanagar Beach, Andaman:

Radhanagar Beach Andaman

The beach has already gained the title of Asia’s best beach; situated in the Havelock Island. In this Island, you can find several beaches, but don’t get confused to find out the no. 7 beach to reach your destination. This is the most favorite hangout option not only for love birds, but also for natural lovers where they can indulge in swimming and fishing activity.

3. Cavelossim Beach, Goa:

Cavelossim Beach Goa

This is one of the hottest tourist destinations; situated between Sal River and Arabian Sea. The beautiful hue and sense of black rocks amidst the blue sea water shows a unique view of the site which makes the beach more exotic. You can make a plan to visit the beach with your partner during November to March by booking cheap holiday packages to Goa. Once reach, don’t miss to watch the sunset cruise of Cavelossim Beach.

4. Varkala Beach, Kerala:

Varkala Beach Kerala

Also known as Papnasam Beach; situated at a distance 51 km from north of Thiruvananthapuram district. The beach also has some medicinal and curative values. It is believed that a dip in this holy water one can remove all impurities and sins from their life. This is the perfect place to see the magnificent view of Indian Ocean. The beach is the haven for sun-bathing and swimming.

5. Lighthouse Beach, Kerala:

Lighthouse Beach Kerala

This beach is the most prominent part of the most famous Kovalam Beach. In the Southern most position of the beach, 30 meters high lighthouse is positioned which entitled the beach as Lighthouse Beach. Catamaran cruise, bathing in the blue waters, sunbath and canoeing are some favored activities of the place for tourist.

6. Mandrem Beach, Goa:

Mandrem Beach Goa

Situated in the north of Arambol and Ashwem beach. The most beautiful capital of Goa, Panjim is located 20 km apart from the city and this is the reason why the Mandrem beach gets lots of traffic throughout the year. This is the most deserted beach in North Goa where you can spend couple of hours walking and lying amidst the natural settings.

7. Baga Beach, Goa:

Baga Beach Goa India

North Goa is very famous for Baga beach, which is very close to the most crowded Calangute Beach. Though, Baga beach is comparatively smaller than other beaches of the region, but you will be mostly delighted after listening about sea dolphins which you can only watch over here. Wind surfing is also best practiced over here which one can experience with the help of a professional guide.

8. Candolim Beach, Goa:

Candolim Beach Goa

Known for its tranquil atmosphere and is considered the longest beach of the state. Availability of Parasailing, water skiing and several other activities at this place makes Candolim a favorite tourism hub for the tourist.

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