Do you love beaches? Do you love walking through sandy beach-side enjoying colorful sunsets? Then Kerala is the place for you.
Kerala is the southernmost tip of Indian peninsula. Geographically, western side of the state is the Arabian sea. So the coastal region stretches from one end of Kerala to the other. And that means Kerala is lined with beaches all through its length!!
From sandy beaches to rocky stretches to cliff beaches…Kerala is blessed with many beautiful, spectacular beaches. There are many hidden gems which the tourism world hasn’t tapped yet.
Through this blog post, let me take you through a picture tour of 23 Exotic beaches of Kerala.
Bakel Fort Beach
Chal Beach Kannur – Image Credit by Sandeep Gangadharan via Flickr
Chavakkad Beach – Image Credit by Fameleaf is snoozing via Flickr
Drive in Beach Muzuppilangad
Fort Kochi Beach – Image Credit by Vishnuprasad via Flickr
Kadalundi Beach – Image Credit by Navaneeth K N via Flickr
Kappad Beach – Image Credit by Dijaraj Nair via Flickr
Marari Beach – Image Credit by Nborun via Flickr
Varkala Beach – Image Credit by Vineeth Radhakrishnan via Flickr
Yes, beaches does have a charm and mystery that beckons us to visit them again and again. They are fun at the same time relaxing! They can calm us and give us an inner peace much more than any other place on earth! Well, that has been my experience. I simply love walking through these sandy beaches, enjoying panoramic sunsets…hand in hand with my loved one (and of course.. eating peanuts!!)
I am sure you will love them too! When you plan your Kerala tour, do visit some of these spectacular beaches in Kerala. You can ask your tour operator to plan your Kerala tour package itinerary including them.
Note: Some images are from our collection while some are by awesome photographers who shared them via Flickr and other websites. We have used these images following the Flickr guidelines on photo sharing on blogs. Due credit is given under each image. If any of the copyright holders have any objection, please shoot a email to sunu at paradise-kerala.com, I will get the image removed.
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