for their breathtaking beauty, the beaches of Kerala are a major tourist
attraction of the country. The beaches of Kerala have some distinct
characters. These are palm-fringed, sun-rich and unspoilt. You also can
avail the facilities of Ayurvedic resorts located nearby. Even the famous
backwaters of Kerala are easily approachable from here. The pristine beaches
of the state suit well with this nature-rich state. You have a very wide
range to choose from here. You can choose either romantic beaches, or family
beaches or water sports beaches or exotic beaches or entertainment beaches
or tropical beaches or honeymoon special beaches or Ayurveda special beaches
or yoga special beaches. Cooling off on the beaches of Kerala is an
enthralling experience indeed. Offering the best of accommodation
facilities, Karala Beaches are also a suitable place to savor lip-smacking
food. The water sports facilities here tempt everyone to be child-like. Some
of the most preferred beaches in Kerala are mentioned here.
small village is located on Malabar Coast along Kerala shoreline. It caught
the attention of international and domestic tourists from all over the world
when it's pristine beaches came into limelight. As it is often divided into
three parts, the most popular among them is the southern most one known as
Lighthouse Beach. Hawah Beach acts as a base for the local fisherman every
morning. Samudra, the northern most beach, is least affected by changing
times and tourist inflow.
The word 'Marari' originates from 'Mararikulam', which is one of the local
fishing villages. Life still follows the same routine as before, with the
men going out to sea each day to earn a living and bringing in the daily
catch. This is totally new to the vacationers. Offering endless miles of
superb sand beaches fringed by swaying palms, Marari is a virgin territory
where you can experience the local charm and traditional Kerala.
A bunch of tiny islands on the Vembanad Lake combine as the village of
Kumarakom. This small water world is a part of the Kuttanad region.
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, spread across 14 acres, is a favorite haunt of
migratory birds and an bird watcher's paradise. Waterfowl, cuckoo, wild
duck, egrets, darters, herons, teal, and migratory birds like the Siberian
stork that live there in flocks are a attraction for the visitors. A boat
trip round the islands is the best way to go for bird watching here.
popular hangout and relaxation spot in Alappuzha district, Alappuzha Beach
is another popular beach of the state. The pier extending into the sea here,
is approximately 140 years old. A natural wonderland of Kerala state,
Alappuzha is blessed with nature's green beauties including lagoons, vast
lakes and numerous fresh water rivers.
A premier port and fishing harbour of ancient Kerala, Beypore Beach is an
exotic beach and a preferred destination among the tourists. As Kerala
considered to be an important trade and maritime centre, this ancient port
of Kerala was a favourite among the West Asia merchants for its ship
Included among the most popular beach resorts in Kerala, Varkala beach is
famous mainly for mineral water springs with medicinal properties that gush
out of the high cliffs encircling the beach. It is also a noted Hindu
Fort Kochi Beach
Main attraction on this beach site is a historic fort, which is regarded a
must for every visitor. You also can walk leisurely through the lanes of
Kochi city. You may get familiar with its eventful colonial history and
European regimes who ruled the region centuries ago.