So what you like about beaches?
Is it the sparkling white sand that covers the whole beach or the sweltering sun rays that create a majestic color when touches the blue sea or just the beautiful blue water that covers the rest of our planet earth.
So what is it?
Being an explorer, I would say the combination of all three which creates a heavenly attraction for many travelers like us.
And with a coastline of more than 7000 Kms, this small Indian subcontinent offers a range of beautiful beaches to travelers. So with this article, I will be sharing you a list of 05 most insanely beautiful Indian beaches which you must visit before you die 😛
So let’s dig in
The Most Insanely Beautiful Indian Beaches Which You Must Visit
Havelock Island Beach (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)
Insanely beautiful island with some picturesque and yet untouched beaches. Havelock is a small island which is located in Andaman & Nicobar group of Islands. Andaman is one of most scenic yet unraveled tourist destination in India. It’s magical blue waters and clean white sand makes it a preferred location for beach lovers and scuba divers all around the world.
Havelock Island is known for its lush green forests in the back drop with white sandy beaches and coral reefs. For many travelers, Havelock is the Andaman and many of them even stay the entirety of the trip in Havelock only.
It is that beautiful that is why Havelock Island is there in our list of top beautiful Indian beaches or best Indian beaches
All You Need To Know About Havelock Island Beach
Location: Andaman & Nicobar Islands
How To Reach: There are regular flights which ply from Chennai and Kolkata to Port Blair. From Port Blair, there are government ferries and even privately luxury boats too. Which help travelers to reach Havelock Island.
here To Stay: In Havelock, there are numerous options to stay from high-end resorts to camping sites near the beach.
Note: If you are looking for a cheap or budget stay option in Havelock. Then I would advise you to go for camping sites or these backpackers hotels:
Emerald Gecko 600–1200/day
Coconut Groove 600–1200 / day
Green Valley 1200–2000/day
Orient legend 1500–2500/day
All these hotels are located near to Radhanagar (Beach No.5)
Best Time To Visit:The best time to visit Havelock is in winters between December to February. But do keep in mind, winter is a tourist season so the rates will also be high this time.
Neil Island Beach (Andaman & Nicobar Island)
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In the list of our beautiful Indian beaches, the second spot would be Neil Island and this again from Andaman & Nicobar Island. This small little tiny island is located 40 km’s to the south of Andaman Islands. This island is known for its deserted and untouched islands all along its shore.
Do keep in mind it is a small island which is not that famous like its sister Havelock. The widest part of Neil is only 5kms, so the best way to explore this island is through cycling. You can rent cycles here and can explore the small villages one by one. And if feeling bored, wait for the evening bazaar (market) which is one of the popular gathering spots for locals.
All You Need To Know About Neil Island
Location: Andaman & Nicobar Islands
How To Reach: There are speed boats which run from Port Blair and takes around 1 hour & 45 minutes to reach Neil Island.
Where To Stay: There are various hotels in Neil Island where you can plan your overnight stay. From budget hotels to resorts, this island serves travelers of every budget size.
Best Time To Visit: It is same like Havelock as mentioned above between December to February
Bangaram Beach (Lakshadweep)
If you are looking for some secluded yet beautiful Indian beaches, then Bangaram Beach is for you. This beach can be termed as one of the best Indian beaches.
Do you want to know why? Then check out this small little review below.
Located around 250 miles from Malabar Coast of India, lies the beautiful Lakshadweep Islands. Lakshadweep is still termed as one of the unspoiled places left on our planet earth. Lakshadweep is a group of Islands in which only a few islands are occupied by human beings and left are still virtually unexplored and untouched.
In the midst of this group of islands lies Bangaram Island. Crystal clear blue sea, white sand, and virgin coral reefs and myriad life forms to explore. Whether you like swimming, scuba or just looking for a leisure trip Bangaram gives a feeling of last person alive on the planet.
All You Need To Know About Bangaram Beach
Location: Lakshadweep Islands
How To Reach: Agatti Airport is the nearest airport to Bangaram Island. And Agatti is very well connected with major cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin by air. From Agatti, there are ferries which ply frequently to Bangaram Island.
Where To Stay: There are various deluxe hotels and even resorts too…where you may plan for your overnight stay.
Best Time To Visit: Best time to visit Bangaram Island is between November to February when the weather is soothing.
Yarada Beach, Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)
Andhra Pradesh a state in India has some amazing best Indian beaches to explore. And one of them is Yarada beach near to Vizag. This beach is one of the beautiful Indian beaches you can experience in your life time.
This beach is one of the most secluded and not so visited beaches in India. One of the major reasons for being so is its location. Yarada beach is located in Yarada village which is quite a distance from Vizag (the nearest city). Reaching Yarada is a sight to watch where you will be crossing lush green jungles with sights of Bay of Bengal in between. And as soon as you reach this hamlet, you will be greeted with golden color sand and crystal water. Surrounded by hills on three sides and sea on one side it is a heaven for beach lovers who are looking for virgin beautiful Indian beaches.
All You Need To Know About Yarada Beach
Note: I would never suggest you swim in this area as the slope of the beach is quite steep plus the sea here is a little bit fierce. Even you might not find much help if needed. Better it would be a good idea to relax and have a good time apart from swimming.
Location: Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
How To Reach: There are buses which run between Yarada and Vizag. So you can visit Yarada either by bus or can book a cab for a day or half. It is located 15 km’s from Vizag.
Where To Stay: It is a small village and there is no staying option or hotels out there. I would suggest you to go for a day trip. Leave early morning and return afternoon or evening.
Best Time To Visit: Best time to visit Yarada beach is between November to February
Cola Beach (Goa)
Planning for Goa and have only heard of
- Baga beach
- Candolim beach
- Dona Paula and so on
But have you heard of Cola beach?
I guess no. As most of us have no idea of any beach which is still untouched and virgin from tourist or travelers footsteps.
But let me tell you there is one beach which is still virgin and away from hustle bustle of travellers. And that is Cola beach.
This is one of the most beautiful Indian beaches which is located in Goa. I swear in my list of best Indian beaches or you can say virgin & insanely beautiful Indian beaches Cola beach is one of the must visit beach. I swear it is one of the most beautiful Indian beaches, I have ever visited. It is quiet, naturally beautiful and remote from the major hustle bustle of Goa.
If you are in Goa for a tranquil experience then this beach will surely give you the exotic and serene experience you are looking for.
All You Need To Know About Cola Beach
Note: There are no buses which travel to Cola beach. So the only way to reach this place is by hiring a vehicle.
Location: South Goa (Goa)
How To Reach: Locating Cola beach can be a hard task as there are no big sign boards on the roads mentioning the route to this beach. To reach this hamlet you need to either hire a scooter or a have to have your own vehicle. Actually, this beach is near to Palolem & Agonda beach. From Palolem, it is around 20 mins drive and from Agonda 10 mins. Just ask locals about the route and they will surely show you. On your left-hand side, there’s a small indicator board showing “Cola beach”. Simply drive straight on the muddy road. You might feel lost but you are not. Just drive straight and follow the mud track. This beach is located around 2kms from the main road.
Where To Stay: There are no beach huts on this beach. But you will find some tents which offer overnight stay.
Best Time To Visit: Best time to visit Cola beach is between November to March.
So here was my list for 05 Virgin & insanely beautiful Indian beaches which you must visit before you die.
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