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10 Gorgeous Beaches To Visit In India

The incredible scenic beauty offers a perfect chance for a great outing

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India is blessed with one of the longest coastlines and is home to some truly spectacular beaches. The incredible scenic beauty offers a perfect chance for a great outing whether for solitude, sunbathing, or a family picnic. However, with so many options to choose from, it is often difficult to choose the ones to visit. To help narrow down the list, here are 10 of the most gorgeous beaches in India.

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10 Gorgeous Beaches To Visit In India

Chakratirth Beach, Gujarat

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An undiscovered gem, this beach is perhaps one of the most incredible beaches on the west coast of India. Located just outside the city, it is the perfect location for those seeking some solitude.

Chowpatty Beach, Mumbai

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Chowpatty Beach is an institution in itself within Mumbai. It is a crowded, rowdy destination that sees citizens gathering in large numbers. It is ideal for a family picnic or day out with friends. However, the beach can often be quite dirty due to a large number of visitors. On the other hand, Chowpatty is famous for its kulfi and bhel puri. Moreover, it also pony and Ferris wheel ride for the kids.

Anjuna Beach, North Goa

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Anjuna Beach is a pretty and secluded strech that is the ultimate party destination. It hosts international DJs through the season and becomes quite a happening place once the sun goes down. Food vendors and Tea hawkers prowl throughout the beach. However, the party scene generally wraps up at around 10.

Morjim, North Goa

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Morjim beach is a scenic location popular for its birdwatching scene. One can find a number of fisherman hauling nets from the surf during the early hours.

Arambol, North Goa

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Arambol beach is a busy place cluttered with stalls, travel agents, internet cafes and souvenir shops. However, the main beach offers one of the most picteresque beaches in India. After dark, candles and fairy lights of the shacks illuminate the beachfront creating a surreal sight.

Mandrem, North Goa

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Located on the edge of Ashwem, Mandrem is a largely empty beach that streches north towards Arambol. Tourists can find Olive Ridley marine turtles nesting in the quietest patches of the beach. Moreover, visitors can also spot the white-bellied fish eagles around the area.

Palolem, South Goa

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Palolem is a ninety-minute drive south of Margao. It is one of Goa’s most happening beaches that attracts tourists all through November to March. It is a specatcular tourist spot which also offers the view of gorgeous forest-cloaked hills. However, the crowd can be a bit overwhelming for the peace lovers.

Marine Parade, Odisha

Marine Parade is reminiscent of a gone by era. It offers a domestic tourist industry and the beach is cleaner than most. The beach is a pleasent place for a walk and comes alive in the night with the souvenir market. However, one should be cautious going swimming here as there have been a number of incidents in the past.

The Marina, Chennai


One of the longest city beaches in the world, the Marina (Kamaraj Salai) stretches five kilometres from the harbour at the southeastern corner of George Town to near San Thome Cathedral. Today the beach itself is a sociable stretch, people by idle paddlers, picnickers and pony-riders; every afternoon crowds gather around the beach market.

Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam

The largest and most developed cove at Kovalam, this is where most foreign tourists visit. Its seafront of shops and hotels extend along the full length of the bay, overlooked by the lighthouse at the southern end. You can scale the 142 spiral steps and twelve ladder rungs to the observation platform for a fine view.

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