Have a look at the top 10 beaches in India

India is laced with beautiful beaches that have a spectacular view of the blue shining waters and the sand-soaked land. Beaches are the favorites of travelers to add in their travel diaries. India has a coastline of around 7000 kilometers, so you can expect gorgeous beaches too. If you are confused about where to start your beach expedition, then just scroll down.

Have a look at the top 10 beaches in India:

 

Tarkarli- Maharashtra

 

As we all know that when it comes to beaches, Goa steals the limelight, however, just before Goa, there is a beach in Maharashtra, Tarkarli. It is one of the finest white sand beaches in India that offers multiple water sports such as scuba diving, deep-sea diving, snorkeling, etc. There is also a fort in the vicinity of this beach, which gives you more reasons to explore this one.

Gokarna- Karnataka

 

Filled with makeshift cafes and having a lively vibe all around, this beach has its own league altogether. The waters here attract a number of backpackers all year round. It is lined with coconut trees and coves making it look even more attractive. A little away is a half-moon beach, which is even more secluded and quiet.

Baga Beach- Goa

 

Goa has n number of beaches, but one of the most popular beaches is the Baga beach. If you are looking out to enjoy the party life of Goa, then this is the beach where you should be heading towards in Goa. It has watersports, lively night culture, cheerful ambiance, and a lot more to enjoy to the core.

Puri-Odisha

 

A beautiful awaits for the crowd on the eastern coast of India. There is a temple of Jagannath, which is why a lot of people visit this beach. However, this isn’t the only reason, you also get legalized bhang or edible marijuana here, which attracts the crowd to this beach.

Minicoy- Lakshwadeep

 

How can we miss this beautiful little island in India? It has a sparkling water beach that is Minicoy. It is one of the 36 spectacular tropical sceneries and secluded sands. You can spend a lazy vacation just diving and snorkeling here. You can also visit the local village or the white lighthouse built by the British here.

Marari Beach- Kerala

 

One and only beach that offers you the view of both the beach and the backwaters of Kerala is Marari beach. It is located 100 kilometers away from Kochi. You can also pay a visit to the famous Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. The ambiance here is cheery and you can totally enjoy a family getaway at this beach.

Ganpatipule- Maharashtra

 

Another famous beach of Maharashtra that finds its way on this list is Ganpatipule. It is a tiny coastal town on the Konkan coast that boasts this grand beach. You can also visit Jaigad Fort to have a picturesque view of the entire village and the sea. It also features a famous temple that is Swaymbhu Ganesh temple, which is why there are a number of visitors every year as it is believed that the Lord Ganesha statue appeared from the ground.

Radhanagar Beach – Havelock Island, Andaman

 

Another famous island of India is the Andaman Islands. This island boasts of a breathtakingly-beautiful beach that is Radhanagar Beach. This beach has a rare combination of the finest white sands and the lightest blue water, and that makes it one of the best beaches in not only India but also in Asia.

Auroville Beach- Pondicherry

 

If you are a fan of quiet beach getaways, then you should probably visit Auroville Beach once in a lifetime. It has the perfect touch of nature that makes it even more beautiful. Volcanic sands and the colored shells make it even more striking. The shallow waters of this beach attract swimmers.

Marina Beach- Chennai

 

It is located at the Bay of Bengal coastline. It is known as the natural urban beach of Chennai. This beach has Foreshore Estate in the south and Fort St. George in the north. So, not only this beach is the sole reason for the visit but also other tourist attractions make it popular.

So, these were some of the best beaches in India that should be visited by every beach lover.

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