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With incredibly scenic beaches, the Indian coastline is one of the longest in the world. These days, the best beaches in India, especially those on the west coast, are trending in the travel world. The beaches in this area offer pulsating adventure, serene solitude, and lively parties.

In India, each beach has something unique to offer and is altogether unique. From vibrant parties to water sports, leisure time to private coves, there is something for all types of travelers. We have compiled a list of India's most beautiful beaches. With your loved ones, choose the beach vacation that suits you the best.

Neeleshwar

In our list of run-down Indian beaches, Neeleshwar takes the top spot. The beach is lovely and low on tourists, and it's close to the tranquil northern waterways (which differ from those around Alleppey), small villages, and the stunning Bekal Fort so there are plenty of things to do. Several fantastic hotels line the palm-fringed beach, one rustic and one refined. This remote part of northern Kerala is worth the trip and also gets our award for the best swimming beach in India.

Radhanagar Beach

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are known for their untouched natural beauty and pristine surroundings. Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island is the most popular tourist attraction in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Time Magazine has named it Asia's best beach.

There is a lot of peace and serenity on this exotic virgin beach, which is perfect for sea bathing and sunbathing. It has a romantic vibe that makes it a great choice for a honeymoon beach destination. The beach does not allow water sports, and swimming is only allowed between 8 AM and 4 PM.

Cavelossim Beach

It sits between the beautiful Sal River and the Arabian Sea and is another great beach vacation destination in India. We are talking about the beautiful Cavelossim Beach, surrounded by palm trees, casuarina vegetation, and paddy fields.

Tourists enjoy Goa's serene beach with activities like sunbathing, sunbathing, dolphin trips, sunset cruises, and shopping. The colorful bazaars that surround this beautiful beach offer a wide selection of Indian crafts and gifts that tourists can take home with them.

Cavelossim Beach is home to many luxury hotels and beach resorts, and tourists can easily book rooms at these hotels to spend some memorable time with their loved ones.

Kala Pathar Beach

There is a small beach named Kala Pathar on Havelock Island of Andaman famed for its rugged charm. Kala Pathar beach is known for its aqua green waters hitting silvery shores, bringing with them dead corals. The beach is not ideal for snorkeling or swimming, but it is without a doubt one of the most beautiful in India.

Ullal Beach – Mangalore

Ulla Beach is one of the best beaches in Mangalore for beach holidays in India. On the southern banks of the Netravali River, it is a fishing village. The beach is not crowded. In contrast to the other beaches in Mangalore, this beach gives a serene feeling to tourists looking to revive their spirits. Ullal beach is India's best beach getaway due to its scenic sand, tranquil surroundings, and low crowd.

In their scenic landscapes, you will also see churches and cathedrals. Cottages can be rented for a relaxing beach holiday. You can enjoy exciting water adventure sports at Ulla beach, one of the best beaches in India for swimming.

Elephant Beach

We conclude our list of the best beaches in Andaman with Elephant beach on Havelock island. Boat rides or jungle treks are the only ways to reach the beach. The beach is popular for its crystal blue waters, greenery surrounding it, and sparkling white sand. Adventure trekkers and couples frequent the beach.


Yarada Beach, Visakhapatnam

Like Odisha, Andhra Pradesh has many exotic beaches that share its shoreline with the Bay of Bengal. Yarada Beach is one of the many beautiful and unspoiled beaches in Andhra Pradesh, which aren't famous for parties or water sports activities, but for their beauty and serenity.

Andhra doesn't have any late-night beach parties or five-star properties like Goa or Kerala, but it has the second-largest coastline and the longest beach road in India. Yarada is located 15 km from Visakhapatnam and is a pristine and uninterrupted coastline that leads to the Dolphin's Nose Lighthouse on Black Mores Hill.

When our mind and body need to be calm, all we need is a beach-side vacation. Beaches are enjoyable because of the sweltering sun rays that fall directly on the sea bed, the sparkling sand that covers the entire beach area, and the waves of the ocean gently hitting your toes. It is a combination of all three of them that enhances the beauty of beaches in India and makes them look naturally attractive. For more interesting blog keep reading Travographer.

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