Top 10 beaches

Top 10 Beach Destination in India

1> Mandvi beach:-

This tiny island can be ventured in half a day by foot as it’s a mere 6 kilometer stretch. Situated in the coastal side of Gujarat, the waters of Mandvi are great for catching fish. People usually love to cook it on the beach itself, sitting serenely, watching the sun go down. A scooter on rent to surf on the beach or within the city is one of the major leisure activities for the people who pay a visit here. Speeding motor boats on in the water is another activity the tourists love to enjoy here.

2> Kalpeni beach:-

Lakshadeep islands are India’s unspoiled group of many small islands. Kalpeni is one such beach island. The views of the sea turtles and the magnificent coral reefs in the waters of Kalpeni are ethereal. This beach is basically a lagoon lined by smaller islands and coral reefs. Like any other island folk men, the prime occupations of its residents are fishing and cultivation ofcoconuts. Water sports is a huge attraction here with tourists sailing away in the pristine waters. The tropical climate makes it a perfect winter season getway.

3> Palolem beach:-

This quant and scenic edge of South Goa is a perfect getaway from the regular bustle of usual tourist-filled resorts. The best place to stay when you are in Palolem, is in small huts or shacks on the beach itself. It is better to stop in one of the huts on the shore. It usually has all the basic comforts of a hotel room with additional view of the enchanting Arabian sea. It is lined with coastal eateries and restaurants famous for Goan food. The variety of fish in Goa is to die for! The evenings are usually filled with some live reggae music playing in the background, with a glass of your favorite drink and a priceless view of the Arabian sea at night.

4> Karwar beach:-

If solitude and peace is what you aim for while on this beach, you will not ask for a refund! Ambushed by palm trees all over the shoreline of this beach island, the total length of this sandy shoreline is more than 300 kilometers. The beach is well protected from heavy winds because of the rich foliage around it. The tourism sector here is well established and people can enjoy the small cluster of restaurants lined on the beach itself. The small thatched huts give a sense of tranquility and warmth.

5> Mararikulam beach:-

Felling worn out? Then Mararikulam is the perfect getaway to spend those sluggish hours on the beach, sipping your favorite drink, relaxing on the shores and watching the sun go down gradually. The view can inspire apoetic mood as life here seems to go on a standstill and the blending of theblue waters with the golden sands creates an enchanting experience. Actual huts can be rented here indefinitely with all the required amenities. The real delight comes with the dawn, when people go fishing with the fisherman and later for all the water activities.

6> Candolim beach:-

Candolim beach is situated in the north of Goa and lies close to the Sinquerim beach.Its an ideal beach for those who are slowly getting tired of the crowded beaches of Calangute or Anjuna. Though tourists quite often frequent Candolim beach, you can still find some quiet places for yourself. If you want to try your hand at fishing, you are welcome to do so too. The beach also offers various water-sports activities-right from parasailing to water-skiing… name it and they have it for you. There are special guides also who can help you through these activities. Goa Candolim beach also arranges special beach excursions wherein a tourist is taken right to the middle of the sea from where he can capture some memorable sunsets.
7> Canacona beach:-

Canacona beach is famous beach in Goa. This is Goa’s southernmost taluka. Its capital is Chaudi. It is the gateway to many of Goa’s southern tip beaches including Agonda, Palolem and Rajbhag. Far south of Goa is Canacona district – among the last parts of the territory to be included into the Novas Conquistas, and has retained a distinct Hindu feel. It was ceded to the Portuguese by the Raja of Sund in the Treaty of 1791. The area also boasts some of the state’s most striking scenery. Set against a backdrop of the jungle-covered Sahyadri hills (extension of the Western Ghat range), a string of pearl-white caves and sweeping beaches briefs its indented coastline.

8> Cavelossim Beach:-

No point in going on a luxury beach travel tour to Goa, West India and missing a trip to the exotic Cavelossim Beach. Known for its dolphins and seafood shacks the Cavelossim Beach in Goa, West India, is, in plain words-a natural paradise.There are plenty of luxury beach resorts on the Cavelossim Beach in Goa, West India that cater to your holiday needs. Besides these there is a sprawling five star luxury beach resort that is a great favorite with holidaymakers.An interesting luxury holiday activity that you must not miss is hiring a boat to go dolphin watching in the late evening, a sight that will leave lasting impressions of nature’s beautiful gift-life on your mind.Stride past the Cavelossim village church square and enter a lane that leads you to a vast expanse of paddy fields near the banks of the River Sal. Watch the everyday village activities and interact with the astonishingly nice and warm villagers.

9> Varca beach:-

Goa Varca beach is located 5 km south of Benaulim in Goa. Varca beach in Goa is packed with supple white sands and filled with black lava rocks at some places. Being a lot cleaner and calm than most of the celebrated beaches of Goa, Varca Beach Goa manages to draw huge numeral of tourists from all over. There are plentiful beach shacks offering a multiplicity of Goan dishes and seafood at realistic prices. Varca Beach Goa is a just right hangout for the tourists.
10> Benaulim Beach:-

benaulim beach goa

Less than 2 kms south of Colva is the more tranquil beach of Benaulim. Benaulim is one of the few places in Goa where one can glimpse handicrafts typical to this area. The best of the traditional rosewood furniture is made here. Also Benaulim is famous as the place where the legendary Parashuram’s arrow landed, by which Goa was created.


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Lakshadweep Islands

One of world`s most spectacular Tropical island systems, Lakshadweep is tucked away at 220-440 Kms. off the Kerala coast. The islands offer a precious heritage of ecology culture. Each island is fringed by snow white coral sands. The crystal clear water and the abundant marine life enhance the beauty of these islands.

  • Best Season / Best Time to visit lakshadweep islands:-
   The perfect time would be between November – April.
  • Attractions:-

 Kavaratti island

It is the headquarters of the U.T Administration since 1964. You have enough time to explore the island. The beautiful calm lagoon forms an ideal spot for  headquarters of the U.T Administration and basking on warm sandy beaches. Marine life exhibits can be seen at the marine aquarium which has excellent collection of specimens. Do not bother if you are not a good swimmer, we have made viewing the exotic underwater world easier for you through our glass bottomed boats. We provide on hire kayaks & sailing yachts. The Dolphin Drive Centre is another attraction for water sports enthusiasts. Tourist availing “Taratashi” package to Kavaratti stay in the tourist huts at the tourist complex. One can visit Kavaratti in Coral Reef and Taratashi packages.
kalpeni island
Kalpeni has three uninhabited satellite islands, each surrounded by an immense lagoon of spectacular beauty. Sunlight on the water causes it to sparkle and flash like a million aquamarines. Koomel, the gently curving bay where the tourist facilities are located, directly overlooks Pitti and Thilakkam, two of the islands. Here you can swim, reef walk, snorkel or use water sports equipment like kayaks and sail boats. Tourist facilities have been augmented and tourists can stay in privately managed huts. The lagoon is especially rich in coral life.
A particularly fine lagoon, of even depth and an endless shoreline, perfect for swimming, makes Kadmat a haven of solitude. The tourist huts are situated away from the inhabited side of the island, with only the splash of the waves to break the silence. During the day, when the beat of the overhead sun becomes too strong, the feathery network of coconut palms provides a canopy through which light dimly filters green and cool. It is the only island with lagoons on both the eastern and western sides. A Water Sports Institute has been set up. Accommodation consists of AC and non-AC tourist huts aesthetically situated amidst coconut palm groves close to beach. The island is becoming increasingly popular with honeymooners. A Scuba Diving Centre has been set up and wonderful dives are possible.


Furthest from Kavaratti island, 200 km. away to the south and nearer to the Maldives, Minicoy displays a lighthouse built by the British in 1885. Visitors are allowed to the very top. The lagoon is one of the largest in Lakshadweep. The green of coconut trees and the mirror-like surface of an inland lake as it nestles in one corner of the island provide an immensely beautiful seascape. Minicoy possesses a culture very different from the other islands – in dress, language and food. There is a cluster of 10 villages, called Athiris, each presided over by a Moopan. A walk through the winding lanes of the villages can be culturally rewarding. Minicoy is renowned for its dance tradition: the lava dance is performed on festive occasions. There is a Tuna canning factory. Tourists can stay in privately managed cottages.



This island is best known because of the only airport which is situated here. This island has become the gateway to Lakshadweep and has a beautiful lagoon. A 20 bed tourist complex has been set up here.


Bangaram Island

 The island is open to foreign tourists and has an exotic tourist resort. Tear-drop shaped, it is encircled by a halo of creamy sand. Like the other islands luxuriant plantations of coconut provide coolness even during the hottest part of the day. There are three uninhabited islands in the same atoll consisting of Tinnakara, Parali-I, Parali-II. These are easily accessible by outboarding, sailing rowing and, for the adventurous, by kayaking or wind-surfing. All the islands share the same lagoon, an enormous bowl of turquoise blue. At twilight, the setting sun, a ball of crimson in a flaming sky, casts its reflection on the water and with the coconut palms as a black silhouette, Bangaram is simply alluring. The warm, clear, deep waters of the Indian Ocean are an irresistible invitation to the scuba diving fraternity. The exquisite coral formations include black coral formations. There is a large variety of coral fish-angel, clown, butterfly, surgeon, groupers, turtles, not to mention the abundance of adrenaline generating sharks, manta rays, sting rays and moray eels. Diving here is an addictive experience, and any diver will be proud to display the stamp of dives at Bangaram. The philosophy is to preserve marine life in its original state of purity, where coral and the shell and marine life are left undisturbed. The Bangaram Island Resort is fast becoming a “must do” among the island hoppers of the world.


Honeymoon at Bangaram Island:- 

The Island Hideaway of Bangaram island resort is some 200 miles from Kerala to the south west of India in the Arabian Sea, and is one of the Lakshadweep Islands. Normally it is accessed by a flight from Cochin to Agatti, then onward by boat for a 90 minute ride. Getting onto the boat at Agatti is an experience in itself, as you get onto a raft, and then they tow you out to the boat!! You instantly feel this is a real hideaway holiday, and your tropical island resort is going to be a bit different. Take good recommendation and fly Kingfisher and not Indian Airlines for reliability.

It is the ideal romantic honeymoon getaway, a lush green uninhabited island covered in coconut groves, and formed like a teardrop. It is encircled by pristine white sand and a big lagoon, and is part of a coral atoll with another 3 islands, all of which can simply be reached form Bangaram, by outboarding, sailing or rowing, kayaking or windsurfing if you find the need to be energetic.

It is probably the way the Maldives were before mass tourism arrived, because the coral reefs are ablaze with color and packed with fish because as yet they are comparatively unexplored.

If you would like a tropical holiday on an island hideaway, or a romantic honeymoon getaway, then Bangaram may be your ideal destination or as a part of a package including time in the Kerala part of India.

You need to grasp this island hideaway, while ideal for a romantic honeymoon getaway, or for folks who want to play at being castaways, it isn’t at all for folks attempting to find luxury. If you want the trappings of a 5 star resort, just don’t go.

Bangaram itself contains thirty sheds which has a number of family sheds in twin/double cottages. There are no TVs, phones or air-conditioning, and to complete the island getaway feeling there are no newspapers so you will be utterly out of effective contact with the tensions of the modern world. Each hut is tiled, on the beach, and has a palm thatched veranda, ensuite lavatory, ceiling fan and a refrigerator. The accommodation is simple but very comfortable, but please note there is no hot water.