The beautiful and naturally wealthy Kerala landscape is strikingly outlined by a long and ravishing coastline constituting numerous beaches, dotted with rows of palm trees on the borders. The fact that the beaches of Kerala are well maintained, neatly kept and securely guarded, makes them an obvious option to choose for people looking out for tranquil holidays under the sun. All beaches are well surrounded by an array of hotels and lounges, from luxurious 5-star hotels to decent but economical ones as well as traditional heritage homes and lavish cottages. Tours in India are one of the best tour operator for beach tours that you can perfectly rely on.
Kovalam beach is a famous tourist destination in Trivandrum.The word ‘Kovalam’ means ‘grove of coconut trees’ and the beach is lined with an endless number of coconut trees. The coastline of Kovalam beach stretches to around 17 kilometers and is split u into three beaches by rocky separations. The three beaches are Kovalam offers an excellent diversity with Kovalam beach to suit all desires and occasions. Three curve shaped beaches, alienated by stony outcroppings, from the major attraction of this coastal resort. Backed by precipitously mounting headlands and covered by fertile coconut palms, the beaches, especially the southernmost part of lighthouse beach.
Varkala beach is located in Trivandrum district.It is a famous tourist destination near the final resting place of Sree Narayana Guru. Here cliffs are found near to the Arabian Sea. The cliffs are formed by sedimentary deposits and referred to as Varkala Formation by geologists. It has been declared as a geological monument by the Geological Survey of India. Varkala beach is also known as Papanasam beach. The meaning of the word ‘Papanasam’ is ‘to wash away sins’.Many believe that taking a dip in the waters washes away all sins.
Marari beach is situated in Alappuzha district in Kerala.Alappuzha is famous for its backwaters and beaches. It is actually located in Mararikulam(a village at a distance of about 11 kilometers) from Alappuzha town. Mararikulam is a village where the residents earn their living by going for fishing everyday.
Kappad beach is near Kozhikode(also known as Calicut) where Vasco Da Gama(famous Portuguese explorer) landed after traveling around the African coast. This led to the establishment of a sea route from Europe to India. Kappad beach is located at a distance of about 16 kilometers from Kozhikode town. The beach is surrounded by rock formations.One of the famous attractions is a rock which goes out to the sea and has a temple which is around 800 years old on it.
The two most famous beaches in Cochin(also known as Kochi) are the Fort Kochi beach and the Cherai beach. The Cherai beach is famous for its facility to provide an enjoyable swim. The beach is also visited by those who wish to take a long walk along the shore. Fort Kochi is more famous for its Chinese fishing nets and water cruises. Fort Kochi is also near to various others famous tourist destinations such as the Jewish Synagogue and Mattancherry.
The Cherai beach is famous for its facility to provide an enjoyable swim.The beach is also visited by those who wish to take a long walk along the shore. Fort Kochi is more famous for its Chinese fishing nets and water cruises. Fort Kochi is also near to various others famous tourist destinations such as the Jewish Synagogue and Mattancherry.
Bekal beach is located at Kasargod. Adjacent to the beach is the Bekal fort which is in the shape of a giant keyhole. The main attraction of the fort is that you can see the Arabian Sea in all its beauty from observation towers of the fort. The observation towers were previously occupied by huge cannons. Another attraction for children is the children’s park which is located just near to the beach. The tourists can also take rest in the sheds and Erumadams(which is basically a tree house constructed from branches and leaves of trees and situated at a height of approximately 20-30 feet above the ground)constructed nearby.