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10 Secret Beaches In India That Are Still Hidden Away From Tourists!

If you ask someone about the best Beaches of India you’ll for sure hear of the most popular beaches of…

By Administrator in Travel on April 20, 2016

If you ask someone about the best Beaches of India you’ll for sure hear of the most popular beaches of Goa like Anjuna Beach, Calangute Beach, Colva Beach or even the Marina Beach, Chennai or Kovalam Beach in Kerala. But has anyone given a thought that are they really the best in India? There are various un-explored and lesser known beaches in India which are equally beautiful and exotic. They are much clean then the other famous beaches of India.

1. Marari Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Gaurav Shrivastav says, “It is a very beautiful, coconut-tree-lined, yet to be discovered beach.” Holiday IQ Traveller Kritika adds, “It is a clean, secluded and must visit beach in Kerala.”

2. Kashid Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Vaneeta says, “The specialty of this destination is that it is a secluded, almost virgin beach, not too far away from Mumbai. The best way to get there, to make your journey even more interesting is to take a ferry. Or if you’re feeling indulgent, hire a speedboat and get to the jetty point which takes you to Alibaug.”

3. Bangaram Beach:


The Bangaram Beach in Lakshadweep is widely regarded as one of the top ten secret beaches in the world, where tourists are flown in by helicopters during the monsoon season. The Bangaram Beach is popular for its multi-hued coral reefs and crystal clear blue lagoons. Engage in plenty of activities like deep sea diving, swimming and deep sea fishing.

4. Butterfly Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Suveer says, “Butterfly Beach in Agonda is one of coastal India’s best kept secrets and remains my personal favourite.” HolidayIQ Traveler Anjalee adds, “Agonda is a clean, quiet and secluded beach good for swimming.

5. Kannur Beach:

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Holiday IQ Traveler Sonprabh says, “Kannur is unlike other tourist destinations as it is still unexplored. It is one of the most underrated destinations in India. The Muzhappilangad Beach is very unique and is the highlight of Kannur. Some of the other places to visit are Payyamabalam Beach and Fort St. Angelo’s.”

6. Malpe Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Darshan says, “This place has got one of the cleanest beaches in Karnataka. Seeing sunset from the beach is a delight. Also, the boat ride to St Mary’s Island is a must. There are many resorts on the beach itself and small stalls offer tasty chats.”

7. Kappad Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Geetendra hedge says, “Kappad beach area is for people who do not want to among the crowd specially during holidays.” Holiday IQ Traveler Vikram adds that it is one of the most peaceful, calm and tranquil beaches he has been to.

8. Radhanagar Beach:


Holiday IQ Traveler Promitra Maitra says, “Radhanagar, the much talked-about sightseeing destination of Have lock Island, lived up to all our expectation. This beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world due to its sand texture. The best time to visit is during sunset, as you cannot really afford to miss the chance to experience the celestial scenic beauty it offers if you’re spending that night in Have lock Island. Now, coming to the cleanliness part, this beach is very well maintained with bathroom and changing room facilities after a sea-bath.”

9. Cola Beach:


Cola Beach, also referred to as Khola Beach, is a beach along the coast of South Goa. This beautiful beach in the Canacona sub-division provides an ideal ambiance for solitude seekers and recreation enthusiasts. Visitors can take leisurely walks on the sandy beach dotted by palm trees. Most of the travelers spend nights at the coastal strip around a bonfire, which is an exciting experience.

10. Yarada Beach :


Holiday IQ Traveler A S from Hyderabad says, “Yarada Beach is little far from the main city and the place in itself is a little difficult to find if you don’t already know where to go. This is one of the most unique beaches; and here you will find both the hills and the beach at the same place. This wonderful combo of nature makes the beach very scenic. It is one of the virgin beaches as you might not find many people or vendors there. There is no place to eat around the beach therefore plan your trip accordingly.”

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