The Stunning Beaches Of Kerala

Beaches in Kerala, God's own land, are the best among countless beaches that are located In India along its vast coastline

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Pradeep Chamaria
Pradeep Chamaria
I am a photojournalist. Love to travel to unknown and unexplored vistas. Since 1992, I make places desirable for other travelers through experiential Travel Writing.

INDIA. Kerala: Beaches, ocean waves, and frolicking on the beach are the favorite holiday activities of travelers all around the world. Almost 71% of the Earth is water, so there is enough sand and sea for everyone to enjoy. In India too, there are countless stunning beaches along the vast coastline spanning a total of 13 coastal states, two union territories, and the islands of Lakshadweep, Andaman, and Nicobar. That makes a lot of coast to explore.

The Beauty of the beaches in Kerala

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Beaches in Kerala are amongst the best in India and are an excellent alternative to international beaches. Whenever one thinks of sun, sand, and sea, the first image that flashes in a traveler’s mind is that of God’s Own Land, Kerala.

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Kerala beaches are the most scenic in India, ones that hold sparkling clear water, silvery sand, colorful coral reefs, calm air, and temples where locals come to offer prayers. On India’s southern tip, Kerala, a remote and dreamy place sandwiched between the glorious Arabian Sea and lush green Western Ghats, is a must-visit destination on any traveler’s list. Kerala beaches are best known to those who wish to practice meditation and yoga.

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The months of September and March are best to visit Kerala beaches. The seawater is clear blue and beautiful during these two months. People play cricket and beach volleyball, and the kids keep busy building sandcastles.

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Also see: https://www.tourmyindia.com/beaches/beaches-in-kerala.html

Here are a few popular beaches where you can enjoy the warm sea breeze, and the smell of the salt air.

Kovalam Beach

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Whenever you think of Kerala beaches, Kovalam comes first in mind. Its located in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala. Kovalam is a stunning tourist spot and is among the best beaches in India. A beautiful sanctuary of serenity surrounded by lush coconut palms and backed by heavily built headlands – That is Kovalam. The clean beach here has gleaming sands, a towering lighthouse, and is a popular surfing destination.

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Kovalam comprises two main coves: Hawa (Eve’s Beach) and Lighthouse Beach. Lighthouse Beach is the biggest and most popular, especially for foreign tourists, with several open-air restaurants. You can climb up the 142 spiral steps to the observation platform for a stunning bird’s eye view of the ocean.

Honeymoon couples and beach lovers enjoy this beach paradise created by the sparkling blue waters of the Arabian Sea and the rugged headlands. This is the perfect get-away for intimate moments or thrilling adventure.

Varkala Beach

Located on the north end of the Thiruvananthapuram district, Varkala Beach is relatively unexplored, but it certainly is a gem. It’s an incredibly romantic beach with lots of young foreigners and couples coming here to enjoy the seas. Beautiful scenery, brown sand, and sea beauty are the specialties of this beach.

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More and more tourists are visiting this beach, but it is still less crowded than Kovalam and is breathtakingly beautiful. The beach overlooks a long stretch of the cliff that is bordered by beach shacks and shops.

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Hotels and hostels are available right on the cliff, overlooking the ocean. The accommodation facilities are excellent here, and at almost every corner, you will find several Ayurvedic centers, making Varkala a popular health resort.

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The sunset at Varkala is breath-taking with views that won’t soon be forgotten. There are numerous water spouts and spas with medicinal properties.

Varkala has two sections: Papa Nashini Beach and Papanasam Beach. Both of these are associated with ancestor worship. Papanasam means to wash away sins, and Papa Nashini means sin-destroyer. Varkala is a place of religious significance due to the Sivagiri Mutt, the tomb of social reformer and sage Sree Narayana Guru, and also the 2000-year-old Janardhanaswamy Temple.

Devotees come to the beach after praying at the ancient Janardhana Swamy Temple on the hill to perform mortuary rituals, directed by specialist pujaris (priests) in the early morning, just after sunrise.

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Varkala coastline, backed by sheer red laterite cliffs, is magnificent, and the beach is relatively relaxing. Watching the fishermen coming back after a night’s fishing expedition in deep seas and buying a fresh catch is an experience in itself.

Fort Kochi Beach

Gorgeous Fort Kochi Beach, known as the Queen of the Arab Sea, is a serene white sand beach that offers visitors a panoramic view and natural beauty. The beach is also commonly known by the name of Princess of the Arab Sea and is a popular beachfront and picturesque destination for rejuvenation.

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The biggest attraction of this beach is the iconic fort, and also the numerous Chinese Fishing Nets. You can watch how these nets are operated in the morning hours.

These are a few of the amazing beaches one can visit in Kerala.

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