8 Amazing secret beaches of India

The beautiful beaches of India are highly getting commercialized day by day. It is very hard to find a secluded beach where you can relax and enjoy nature’s beauty. There are some tourists who are in search of serene and quiet beaches for their holidays. Since the beaches of India are getting crowded, people want to go some peaceful place to spend the vacation. An ideal beach vacation is where there are palm trees along the beaches, white or golden sands, beach secluded from the mass of tourists, clean and dirt free. People find it difficult to get such beaches in India nowadays, but we have some of the most spectacular untouched secret beaches which are ideal for sunbathing, swimming, romancing and spending time either alone or with family.


Radhanagar Beach, Havelock

The Radhanagar beach is about 900 km away from India, in the Bay of Bengal, in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. There are many shores in this island which are yet to be explored. As people are not much aware about these islands, they remain untouched and amazingly clean. There are also several unique coral islands in the Andaman, which people know very less about. It can be an ideal vacation spot for the serenity beach lovers. In Havelock, the Radhanagar beach is also known as Beach no. 5 in the Andaman. This beach is untouched by the tourism and is not commercialized yet.


Malpe beach and St. Mary’s Island, Udupi, Karnataka

The Malpe beach is at a distance of about 6 km from Udupi in Karnataka. Malpe is a fishing destination that is in Karnataka’s coastline along with its beachline. The beach has palm grooves under blue sky and the whistling sound of the sea makes the place a perfect destination for exotic holidays.


Agatti Island, Lakshadweep

The Agatti Island is in the Lakshadweep islands which is 450 km away from the western coast of Kerala. The Lakshadweep is a set of 36 coral islands, which attract visitors with its marvelous beauty. The Agatti islands have white sands and lovely lagoons. If you take a tour of the island, the view is breathtakingly beautiful. This is a perfect place to soak up the sun and relax your entire vacation days.


Tarkarli, Maharashtra

The Tarkarli is situated at a distance of 546 km away from Mumbai on the concourse of Karli River and the Arabian Sea. The color of the beach is golden and has aquamarine waters. The Tarkarli is gaining popularity because of its clear water with a long stretch of beach. You can also see tall trees and beautiful sailboats in the river bank. If you live near Mumbai, it is great place to explore and spend some private time.


Benaulim Beach, Goa

Goa is considered to be the beach destination of India but there are many beaches which are rarely visited by the tourists. One of the beaches, which has not been yet commercialized, is the Benaulim beach. It is a secluded beach which is named by the Portuguese and is situated in the south of Goa. It is a fishing center which gets a little crowded in the evening time. You can see white sands and lava rocks towards the southern part of the beach.


Rishikonda, Vishakhapatnam

Rishikonda is a beautiful beach in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is a beach with golden sands and is located 8 km away from Vishakhapatnam. Rishikonda beach is an untouched beach which is favorable for swimming, surfing, water skiing and other water sports activity. It is one of the secluded beaches in the coastline of Andhra Pradesh.


Varkala Beach, Kerala

Though Kerala is much popular for its picturesque backwaters, the 900 km of the coastline is delineated with many beautiful beaches. Varkala has blue waters and mild waves mainly surrounding of rocks. Varkala beach is mostly popular in Kerala because of its medicinal mineral water springs flowing from the cliffs surrounding the beach. You can sit in the beach, watch and enjoy the amazing sunset alone or with your family.


Gokarna Beach, Karnataka

Gokarna is popular for its rocky beaches and the beautiful landscapes bordering it. The destination can be easily reached by road. The path which leads to Gokarna is scenic with the western ghats on one side and the Arabian sea on the other. Gokarna beach is a quiet beach destination which is getting popular with every passing day among the travelers. Towards the south of Gokarna, there are a cluster of four beaches namely Kudle, Om, Half moon and Paradise.



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