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5 Breathtaking Beaches of Goa and Kerala

India  •  10 Aug, 2023  •  1,817 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

Written by Anand Swami

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India's vast and diverse coastline promises an array of pristine beaches, and two states that often top the list for beach enthusiasts are Goa and Kerala. Both destinations offer a unique blend of culture, cuisine, and scenic beauty, making them a paradise for every beach lover. Whether you're into vibrant beach parties, or tranquil shores and serene sunsets, this listicle will navigate you through some of the most breathtaking beaches of Goa and Kerala.


Palolem Beach - Goa

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Where Serenity Meets Scenery
Tucked away in South Goa, Palolem Beach is the epitome of natural beauty. With its crescent-shaped coastline, surrounded by lofty coconut palms, it offers a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea. The beach is known for its calm waters, making it perfect for swimming and kayaking. Come evening, the beach turns into a hub for silent disco parties where you can groove with headphones on. Stay in one of the charming beach huts, and allow the rhythm of the waves to lull you to sleep.

Vagator Beach - Goa

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Red Cliffs and Rave Parties
Perched on the northern side of the Goan coastline, Vagator Beach stands out with its stunning red cliffs overlooking the shore. It's divided into two - Big Vagator and Little Vagator. While the former attracts families and sunbathers, the latter is a hotspot for the youth, often hosting some of Goa’s most electrifying rave parties. The view from the Chapora Fort, especially during sunset, is something every traveller should experience.



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Kovalam Beach - Kerala

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The Crown Jewel of Kerala
Kovalam is a beautiful coastal town located by the Arabian Sea in Kerala. Comprising three crescent-shaped beaches - Lighthouse, Hawah, and Samudra, Kovalam offers varied experiences for its visitors. The Lighthouse Beach, named after the old Vizhinjam Lighthouse located on a rocky promontory, is the most popular among tourists. Its long shoreline and the backdrop of the lighthouse offer a perfect setting for photographs. For those seeking peace, Hawah and Samudra beaches provide relatively quieter spots. Engage in water sports or simply relax with an Ayurvedic massage – Kovalam caters to all.

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