Lesser Known Beaches In India

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All the popular beaches in India are always thronged by tourist around the year, making the travelers and peace lovers wondering where should they flee for a tranquil and serene beach holiday. Here I bring you 5 such peaceful, unexplored, scenic and virgin Beaches of India, waiting to explore by you and your gang

Butterfly Beach, Goa

An hour hike in the jungles from Agonda or a boat trip from Palolem Beach, will drop you straight to the Butterfly Island in South Goa. A secret beach along the coastline of Palolem Beach, it is that rare place in Goa which for a change is never crowded. Moreover, while boating, you can even watch Dolphins diving in the exquisite water. Though the beach doesn't have any facility, it is still loved by the relax minds since it is one of the undiscovered and unexplored beaches of Goa! It is a joke that you can go nude here till one of the tourist spots you. Once in a while, people even conduct rave parties here.

Guhagar Beach, Ratnagiri

Roughly 40 km from Chiplun, Guhagar Beach is one among the cleanest and most secluded beaches in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Positioned in between the Arabian Sea and Sahayadri mountain range, the 6 km long beach with white sand and coconut trees is an idyllic beach to watch the sunset from the shore. A tropical paradise, it is quite famous among the hikers and pilgrims who come to visit the ancient Shiva temple - Vyadeshwar. You can also indulge in various water sport activities here. Moreover, the resorts nearby serve you the best Konkani cuisine to munch on!

Kudle Beach, Gokarna, Karnataka

If you feel Goa is too commercialized and are looking for an alternative old Goa, Gokarna is the place to be. And in Gokarna, Kudle Beach is the straight dive! Situated in the Uttara Kannada region of Karnataka, the beach is quite a famous location for the hippies, trekkers and backpackers.To reach this beautiful beach, you will have to trek down from Om beach on the rocks. However, once you are there its all about you and the serene nature. You can either relax on the sandy shore or the available shacks. Nothing can beat the scenic sunset which you can witness from Kudle beach in Gokarna.

Tranquebar, Tamil Nadu

Once a Danish Colony, Tranquebar or Tharangambadi (Town of the singing wave) on the Coromandel Coast is a virgin beach hardly 15 km from Karaikal district of Pondicherry. A historical place, you will witness 400 year old Danish fort along with many Danish architecture within the beach premises. At dawn and dusk, Bay of Bengal simply looks dazzling from here. Moreover, the serene beach of Tranquebar is the second place with the richest ozone content in the world. Near the beach there is also a river named Uppanar which is a hot spot for bird watchers!

Chithari Beach, Kerala

Pristine, Scenic and lush green with emerald lagoons, Chithari Beach in the Kasaragod district of Kerala despite situated in the tourist hub is still an unexplored destination. The reason? Well, the only way to reach this place is wooden canoes and boats of the local people.Untouched by the tourist crowd, the beach is an ideal place for travelers looking for relaxation in peaceful and serene environment. Honeymoon couples who choose Kerala to spend their first holiday together should check the serenity of the place to spend some memorable moments with their spouse.

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Fully surrounded by Science in her past life, Deepti Verma is now happy to be involved with Arts and Culture and to your surprise even History and Economics.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
5th Oct 2014 (#)

Lovely share, thanks Deepti. Crowded tourists spots are a put off when we want to escape from city lives for few days - siva

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author avatar Deepti Verma
5th Oct 2014 (#)

Thanks Siva! Those crowded beaches aren't fun actually...More, the crowd, less the fun ...

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
5th Oct 2014 (#)

Deepti, I loved this article. India's beaches are beautiful. I loved the pictures.

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author avatar Deepti Verma
5th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you Nancy. Yea, the less crowded Indian beaches are surely a must visit :)

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author avatar AjaySinghChauhan
25th Oct 2014 (#)

very interesting, thanks for sharing it with us

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