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India’s Most Enchanting Beach Destinations

Date Added: August 06, 2018 11:20:45 AM
Author: Nisha
Category: Recreation & Sports: Travel
India is one such landscape that has trekked its way through several traditions. Rich in heritage and with varied cultural destinations to visit; the nation has grasped the attention of many tourists from all round the world. Going hand in hand, with the 7517km long coastline, the country is gifted with some of the best beaches that offer an unending solace from every day’s mundane routine. Nestled beautifully between the water bodies on its three sides, peninsular India awaits to capture the sight of nature enthusiasts. So, book your bus tickets online to visit the top beaches that will surely leave you spellbound and satisfied with the nation’s coastal beauty. To start with; 1. Agonda Beach- Goa: What is the first thing that comes to mind about thinking about Goa? Beaches right! Goa is famous for late night parties, colonial architectures,and watersport activities. But those who wish for an escapade from the hustle-bustle of the beach crowd,Agonda offers utter serenity.Get yourselves relaxed amidst the natural wonders of turquoise blue waters and soft sand. If you wish to prolong the scenic sight, you can rest in the huts that are built mainly for tourists. 2. Yarada Beach- Andhra Pradesh: Andhra Pradesh, unlike Goa, has the second largest coastline that offers an exotic view of the sea. Sharing its coast border with the Bay of Bengal, this beach is not known for any adventurous activities of nightlife but for the serenity, it holds in here. This uninterrupted coastline leads to Dolphin’s Nose Light House which sits atop the hill. 3. Dhanushkodi- Rameshwaram: Dhanushkodi, located 20km from Rameshwaram is a sight to behold for the beaches and sand. Bordering the Bay of Bengal on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other, this beach is closer to Sri Lanka and is believed that it was here, Lord Rama along with Lord Hanuman built the ‘Setu’ bridge. The entire city was wiped out during a cyclone hit in the year 1964. But, the tourists still visit this place to see the remnants. 4. Vagator Beach- Goa: Unlike the serene beaches that are mentioned above, Vagator Beach in Goa is crowded with a lot of snack bars and shacks. The palm trees encircling the sea shore with azure water makes a perfect weekend getaway. So, stop staying bewitched by the regular monotonous routine and head to these beaches to let the breeze soothe your soul.