Check out these stunning blue water beaches of India
“Looking for blue-hued beaches in India? Fortunately, India has some of them that enable you to live, respire, sense, spend peaceful moments, lounge around, hang out, sunbathe, soothe remarkably. Let’s get to know them below. ”
Best Blue Water Beaches in India: Fortunately, India has some of them that enable you to live, respire, sense, spend peaceful moments, lounge around, hang out, sunbathe, soothe remarkably. Let’s get to know them below.
Blessed with innate natural beauty, India is blessed with a number of stunning beaches that boast of unspoiled blue and navy waters. A vacation to one of these beaches makes you feel like you have traveled to a foreign location.
So, here are the top 5 beaches of India that give your mind and eye the much-needed retreat.
# Radhanagar Beach, Andaman (Havelock) Islands
Once acknowledge the best beach of India, the Radhanagar beach in Andaman and Nicobar's Havelock island is well-known for its fascinating blue waters and pristine white sand. Not only is it one of the most romantic beaches in India, but it also makes for an awesome holiday destination for couples and families with scenic views all around.
Over the years, Radhanagar Beach in Andamans has won several accolades. Earlier, the beach was named Asia’s best beach and World’s 7th best beach by Time Magazine in 2004.
Radhanagar beach is known to have everything you have visualized of when having your perfect beach vacation. Gigantic spans of unspoiled white sand, bright green-blue waves with white foam necklaces swiftly stroking the shoreline, lavish greens on the other distance. It makes a seamless choice for honeymooners to nestle into one of the luxury resorts to spend time with each other in the lap of nature.
# Marari Beach, Kerala
Located near to Alleppey in Kerala, Marari Beach is a perfect spot for those who love to indulge in world-famous Kerala backwaters and wish to discover their inner self at a tranquil place. This beach is not so developed "hammock beach" that's picture-perfect for lounging around. While the beach is generally peaceable, it gets crowded with locals during weekends and holidays. However, this can be avoided by staying away from the main part of the beach.
The name Marari emerges from Mararikulam, a small and sleepy fisherman's village nearby.
Do remember that Marari isn't a tourist beach with a host of features, but rather a peaceful place to relax and unwind. Those who visit Marari look forward to the gradual pace of life and soaking up the serenity. If you go there imagining water sports and abundant beach shacks like Goa, you’re sure to get disappointed. However, you can choose to rent beach chairs and umbrellas. Women may feel scratchy sunbathing in bikinis if there are locals around though. It's best to find an isolated part of the beach to do this, or somewhere in private close to your hotel.
# Paradise Beach, Puducherry
If blue sea waters are what’s you’re looking for, Paradise Beach in Puducherry could be an ideal setting. Also known as Plage Paradiso, is a secluded beach located at Chunnambar. This is one of the most famous Pondicherry Beaches and also one of the most buzzing places to embrace local Tourism. Paradise Beach is another popular attraction not to miss in a Pondicherry tour package.
One of the most famous attractions on the beach is its amazing boathouse. With a negligible entry fee, you can enjoy interesting rides such as merry-go-round, a bouncing castle etc. You can also treat your taste buds with a wide range of delicious dishes like Fish Manchurian and Fried Rice from the local café that is located here.
# Varkala Beach, Kerala
Located in the South of Kollam, Varkala Beach is where you can experience blue sea waters. The Papanasam Beach (also known as Varkala Beach), is ten kilometers away from Varkala, is famous for a natural spring, which is supposed to have medicinal and curative possessions. A dip in the holy waters at this beach is believed to purge the body of impurities and the soul of all sins; hence the name 'Papanasam Beach'.
The scenery of this beach is arresting enough to put you in a different world, with a long snaking stretch of cliff and vistas that spread over the Arabian Sea. A paved footpath drives along the span of the cliff, surrounded by coconut palms, old-fashioned shops, beach shacks, hotels, and guesthouses. Snuggled at the bottom of the cliff is an extended stretch of twinkling beach, accessible by stepladders leading down from the clifftop.