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Reema Bhalla Feb 28 2014

Which are the best beaches in India in summers?

Kanika Nevatia Feb 28 2014
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With the country blessed with a illustrious coastline on three sides, you’ve certainly planned of exploring the best beaches in India at some point or the other. When you get your feet wet in the waves of the sea, that ticklish feeling is one that stays with you for eternity. And with the summers approaching its time we told you where you can go, with a list of the best beaches in summers.


Goa

I know you’re probably wondering why someone would suggest a trip to Goa in the summers. But think again, because Goa is seriously not all that bad in the summers. The days will definitely be hot and humid but there’s always a mild cool breeze at the beach and the sea calling you to take a nice long dip. Off season also means less crowd which in turn means that you can enjoy all the watersports and activities with ease without any rush to think about. Shop at the Anjuna Beach market without having to worry about the crowd and chill on the beach while you have your own little private party. So whether you’re at the Calangute beach or Arambol Beach you are going to be the boss. So take your camera and capture all the beauty behind the lens while you relax. You will probably find most of the shacks open till mid April. You could also check out what to do on a 1 day trip to Goa.


Photo of Goa (by Ankur P)


Alibaug, Maharashtra

The benefit of a city being along the coast is that no matter what time of the year it may be the whether never hits the extremes and tends to stay pleasant all year round. The same is true for Alibaug which is just about a three hour long drive from Mumbai and boasts of a beautiful whether at all times. In the summers the feeling of spending your holidays at a beach resort in Alibaug is so divine that you’ll never want to leave once you’re there. Though you might have to drive a little extra from the main city for some of the best beaches in India, when you reach the Nagaon Beach, the sight where the famous song saagar kinaare was shot or the Mandwa Beach where you’ll see Bollywood celebrity bungalows by the duzon the drive will feel worth its while. Indulge in some boating or just relax along the shore, the experience is mesmerising.


Photo of Alibaug (by Vishaltomar ifm)


Udupi, Karnataka

Udupi is a district in Karnataka known for two among the best beaches in summers which are the Kaup Beach and the Malpe Beach. Its a well known fact that the state of Karnataka has weather like that of a hill station all around the year and when we are to couple that with the breeze coming from two picturesque sandy beaches, it is sure to take us to holiday heaven. Kaup is the perfect place to relax and let go of all the stress of daily life. Blessed with the marvels of nature this beach is so beautiful and tranquil that you’ll never want to leave. Malpe beach though not as popular as Kaup is famous for its islands that are made of volcanic rocks just off the coastline. Quintessentially a fishing port, Malpe is also lush with exuberant beauty.


Photo of Kaup Beach (by Subhashish Panigrahi)


Pondicherry

If you’re thinking of exploring the best beaches in India then you just can’t miss out on a trip to Pondicherry. With lovely weather at any given time the pristine beaches at Pondicherry with crystal clear water are just so fabulous that you are sure to be left spellbound. If you want to drink lots of coconut water while you indulge in endless conversation with your pals then Promenade Beach is the place for you, one of the most popular beaches in the area. And if what you’re looking for is some relaxation along the sea shore or the perfect view of the sun rise or set then the place for you is the Auro Beach located very close to the oh so famous Auroville city. All in all the experience will be unforgettable.


Photo of Pondicherry (by h0lydevil)


Agatti Island, Lakshadweep

Agatti Island is what one could call a hidden Indian gem sparkling in the heart of Lakshadweep. Well known for the Agatti island Beach Resort people from all over flock to the island to soak in the pristine beauty. Among the safest swimming beaches in the world the beach at Agatti Island is so beautiful that it is sure to leave you in awe. Being undiscovered and bound by restrictions to entry the beach has its original sanctity intact. The Agatti Island Beach Resort is also perfectly located at the most serene spot at the beach. The adjoining lagoon surrounded by splendid coconut trees is the perfect setting to spend your day. It is by far one of the best beaches in summers for a break.


Photo of Lakshadweep (by Manvendra Bhangui)


Diu, Daman and Diu

Located on the outskirts of Gujarat, Diu is one of the oldest Portuguese colonies of the world. Known for being one of the least populated districts of India, it is quiet and free from huge crowds especially in the summers. The beaches are clean and offer a host of activities to tourists such as paragliding and sailing. The most popular beach in the area is the Ghoghla Beach where you can relax and sunbathe and even go for a swim or grab a surfboard and explore the waves. Another well known beach is the Nagoa beach which is perfectly semi circular in shape and where the breeze is always so cool that you can’t help but take a long chatty walk or even a nap under the splendid palm trees while you enjoy the sun rise or set.


Photo of Diu (by Visdaviva)

Now that you’re aware of some of the best beaches in India especially for the summer its probably time you started planning that ever so awaited sandy holiday. And since its the summer don’t forget to carry plenty of sunblock and a truckload of beach friendly clothes. Also if you want to spend your summers in more quiet locations you can check out some off season places to visit in April - May.


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