Anjuna Beach is popularly
known as the freak capital of the world and not without reasons. It claimed
popularity for its Trance Parties and the Hippies who tried to synthesize
the spiritual traditions of the East and the art more
Arambol Beach is 50
kms from Panaji. A unique beach in the North Goa, is both rocky and sandy
beach and much sought after. It has a sweet water pond right on the shore. more details...
Bassein Beach used to be a place for ship-building in the beginning of the seventeenth century
. it was here that the Marathas besieged the Portuguese in 1739. more
Bogmalo Beach, the Oberois
manage a property built by Trade Wings. The building is right on the sea.
As the waves lash the parapets of the open-air restaurant, the drone of the
restless Arabian Sea lulls to sleep even the most insomniac. more
Baga Beach Goa the shade of palm trees, bathes the Queen of Beaches—Calangute. Calangute
seems to be a distortion of the local vernacular word—‘Koli-gutti’, which
means land of fishermen. Some people connect it with Kalyangutti more
Colva Beach is the pride
of Salcete and the only rival to Calangute by its scenic splendour. Here,
sand, sea and sky blend in enchanting natural harmony unspoilt by men. Has
good accommodation facilities, particularly at the tourist cottages. more
Dona Paula Beach is
named after Dona Paula de Menzes, daughter of a viceroy (in colonial India),
who threw herself off the cliff, when refused permission to marry a local
fisherman, Gaspar Dias more details...
KanyaKuman Beaches or Cape Comorin is unique in being surrounded by three s that is Bay of Bengal,
Indian Ocean, and Arabian S Hence the confluence is called 'Thriveni Sangamam' more details...
Palolem Beach is
Goa's one of the most beautiful and idyllic beach and it has 1.5 km crescent
shaped beach. The beach lies on the southern coastline of Goa amidst outstanding
natural beauty more details...
Maharashtra Beaches Low hills along the beach offer you extraordinary views of sunrise and sunset.
Gorai and Manori, a little further away, are more crowded with revelers and
are famous for all night beach parties more
Pulicat Beaches A saline shallow water spread formed by the confluence of Backwaters, Pullcat
Lake and Buckingham Canal situated on the northern end of Tamil Nadu is an
ideal picnic spot more details...
Vagator and Chapora Beach are rich with rural life. Chapora is a fishing village. So a large number
of fishermen in their traditional attire can be seen more
a Union Territory of India, is a group of 36 islands located in the Arabian
Sea, about 300 km off Kerala. Of these islands, Andort more
Ernakulam District Kerala This lovely beach lordering Bypeen island is ideal for swimming. Dolphins
are occasionally seen here. A typical Kerala village with paddy fields and
coconut groves nearby is an added attraction more
Kozhikode District Kerala Varkala is a seaside resort an spa, as well as an important Hindu
cente of pilgrimage. High cliffs with rich mineral springs rise majestically
from the coastline more details...
District Kerala Varkala is a seaside resort an spa, as well as
an important Hindu cente of pilgrimage. High cliffs with rich mineral springs
rise majestically from the coastline more