Most peaceful Beaches in Kerala for Nature Loversby Sujeet K. Digital Marketer
Hey! What exactly is a beach for you? Only a sea, Right? Interestingly, It truly is a lot more than only a sea for lots of individuals. These breezes, natural light and the natural beauty surrounding the beach makes them feel comfortable and mesmerizing.
Kerala is really a holiday destination which very popular among travellers, writers due to its beaches, backwaters and greenery. Located in south of India, Kerala has everything from greenery to magical sea. The dazzling aqua green waters, glittering white sand and the sound of palms make the beaches at Kerala unreal in a true manner.
Anyone can be easily attracted with the spectacular charm of beaches located in Kerala. As there are lots of beaches in Kerala, it is difficult for someone to visit all of them. To make your life fairly simple, we've researched a lot and made a list of top beaches in Kerala. Many Ekerala Tourism offer the sightseeing of the best beaches in Kerala.
Let’s take a look at our top rated six beaches of Kerala which you should check out in your next Kerala tours:
Kovalam Beach in Thiruvananthapuram
This beach consists of 3 beaches namely Hawa beach, Lighthouse beach and Samudra beach. Samudra beach is a relaxing beach and preferred mostly by international travelers.
However, Hawa beach and Lighthouse beach are mostly the ones likes by family, married couples and bagpackers. Overall Kovalam beach is amongst the most popular beach in Kerala.
Things to do: Some of the top points of interest and things you can do near Kavalam beach includes Neyyar dam, riding a bike, jogging, laying in the sun, Snorkelling in the water.
Best time to visit Kovalam Beach: From September to March
Varkala Beach, Trivandrum/Thiruvananthapuram
Thinking about the most gorgeous beaches in Kerala, then Varkala need to be in top of the list. There is a notion that a dip in Kovalam beach washes away sins of ones life and that's why it is also named Papanasam.
Northern and southern are 2 parts of the Kovalam beach. The north part is for travelers and south part has a Hindu temple. What makes this beach exceptional is the view from the cliff where you have the eateries to sit back and relax.
Things to do: Trip to black beach, A trip to backwaters, Shopping, Ayurvedic Massage therapy.
Best time to visit: October to March
You may also like to read things to expect while visiting Kerala.
Marari Beach, Alappuzha
This beach is located in Alappuzha region of Kerala. There is a local village on the Arabian Sea Cost known as Mararikulam and the beach has named after this village. It is the couple’s heaven of Kerala.
This is a tranquil beach where you can spend time with your partner. This place is ideal for a romantic vacation. Though there are not much thrill activities but good enough to keep you busy.
Things to do: relax on the exotic beach, sea surfing, deep sea fishing, parasailing, water skiing.
Best time to visit: Best time to visit is from September till May. August is also very happening due to snake boat race.
Alappuzha Beach, Alappuzha
Alappuzha beach is regarded as the ‘Venice of East’ due to attractive view it has. The beach is a top attraction for travellers visiting Alleppey. Since it is a main tourism attraction, local authorities set up lots of activities and events to engage tourist and boost tourism.
You will find a very age-old light house which was built-in year 1862. It is also among the list of attractions for tourists.
Things to do: Visit the lighthouse (timings 3 pm to 4:30 pm), small park to visit, boat ride, kayaking and canoeing.
Best time to visit: From September to end March
Kannur Beach, Kannur
This beach is a heaven for book readers and travel blog writers. The tranquillity and ecstatic view of this beach can easily calm down one’s senses and make one fall in love with Mother Nature.
Things to do: check out Kannur fort, arakkal museum, muthhapan temple, Shopping, go walking on the beach, jogging on the beach
Best time to visit: Best months to visit are November, December, January, Feburary, March
In the small bekal village of Kasaragod district, this spectacular beach surely win your hear & soul.
Bekal beach is popular for its backwaters, magnificence and forts. Fantastic location for selfie lovers to click some memorable clips for Instagram and Facebook
Things to do: Head to to Backwaters, stop by to bekal fort, natural green coconut farms, visit the Nityanandashram caves
Best time to visit: From September to end March
So at this point, you understand which are the top beaches to visit in Kerala, when to visit them and just what to do, so why wait?
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