Top ten Best beaches in india

Travel website TripAdvisor recently announced its list of top beaches in India that were chosen by millions of travellers across the world. Check out which beach destinations made it to the top ten list.

1. Agonda Beach, Goa

If you continue driving towards Panaji from Palolem, the next beach is Agonda, according to the website of Goa tourism( The beach is long and lonely, fringed with palms and casuarinas and dominated by a large hill to the south.
Agonda is a 3 km long beautiful cove of white sand, safely secluded in the palms. Furthermore, Agonda beach makes for a great day trip from Colva and Covelossim. If you are in for an absolute adventure, hire a tent and camp for the night, listening to the crashing of the sea waves.

The best way to reach Agonda Beach is by a scooter or a motorbike.

2. Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Radhanagar Beach is situated 12 km from Havelock's ferry pier. The beach is undoubtedly one of the best beaches of Andaman Islands. Fine white sand, turquoise blue waters and a lot of peace and serenity are ehat defines this beautiful landmass.

Radhanagar Beach is not a huge island to explore. It has an overall length of 2 km and width of 30-40 meters.

Radhanagar is also a great place to spend some quality time with family and friends.

3. Cavelossim Beach, Goa

Varca, Cavelossim, and Mabor are the most beautiful beaches south of Benaulim. These beaches are much cleaner and quieter than most of the famous beaches of Goa, says Goa tourism( Moreover, there are beach shacks offering a variety of Goan dishes and seafood at reasonable prices.

There are several food joints around Dona Sylvia where you can get entire package of good food, good drink, nice service, and a pleasant service in quite reasonable rates.

Cavelossim Beach is home to some of the most exclusive and luxurious beach resorts in Goa. There are plenty of transportation facilities available to reach Cavelossim Beach from Margao. From Cavelossim village, Margao is 18 km away and buses and autos are available easily.

4. Varkala Beach, Kerala

The setting of Varkala beach is striking enough to take your breath away, with a long winding stretch of cliff that extends over the Arabian Sea. According to the website of Kerala tourism(, a paved footpath runs along the length of the cliff, bordered by coconut palms, quaint shops, beach shacks, hotels, and guest houses.

Nestled at the bottom of the cliff is a long stretch of sparkling beach and steps lead down from the cliff top. You can catch some temple festival if you are there during late March or early April.

5. Lighthouse Beach, Kerala
The Lighthouse beach is situated in Kovalam. Kovalam hosts some of the most popular beaches in the whole of southern India. This is shot of a lighthouse off a beach in Kovalam.

Kovalam has been a favourite haunt of tourists, especially Europeans, since the 1930s. A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing.

The leisure options at this beach are plenty and diverse. The beach complex includes a string of budget cottages, ayurvedic health resorts, convention facilities, swimming pools and much more.

6. Mandrem Beach, Goa

Mandrem Beach is known for fine Goan feni and expert stonecarvers. However, in recent years it has been ruffled from its cattle-driven pace by the tourism trail passing through it to the Arambol beach.

After crossing the Chapora river either from the Chopdem-Siolim ferry-crossing or the Colvale bridge, one lands in the Velhas Conquistas of Pernem. From Colvale, the distance to Mandrem is slightly more than a half-an-hour drive.

7. Baga Beach, Goa

According to Goa tourism(, Baga beach is a part of a 30 km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea that begins at Fort Aguada and merges into Calangute Beach and then to Baga beach and finally ends at Chapora Beach.

Compared to Calangute Beach, Baga beach is quieter and more isolated. The lack of local tourist buses have contributed to the beach's unique beauty. It is a favourite of western tourists who prefers water sports and fishing in the area.

8. Candolim Beach, Goa

Candolim is the first beach that can be approached from the city of Panaji. However, most part of the beach is acquired by the package tourist companies, says Gea tourism's website( Though it is difficult to find individual accommodation here, there are a few hotels with restaurants attached.

The nearest place to find tourist information and travel agencies or other facilities, is Calangute. One highlight of Candolim is the Parasailing and Water skiing facility.

9. Cola Beach, Goa

Cola beach is an unspoilt beach offering an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and crowded beaches elsewhere. The beach gives you a taste of rustic luxury living, according to sources.

Cola beach is also known as 'Khola' beach. It's one of the remote beaches of Goa that is suitable for those seeking complete peace. It is one of the unexplored beach in Goa which glorifies exotic beauty and tranquility. Cola beach is characterised by the fresh and cool breeze of palm trees. One distinctive point that separates the beach from others is the fresh water lagoon that is connected to sea.

There are no beach huts but one can find tents made in Rajasthani style.

10. Rishikonda Beach, Andhra Pradesh

According to the website of Andhra Pradesh tourism( Only 8 km from Vizag, Rishikonda has everything that a passionate traveller seeks. Alluring beaches, hills and adventure water sports - skiing & wind surfing are the highlights of the beach. The sea and hill cottages further enhance holiday moments. Rishikonda Beach is an apt location for your honeymoon or to rekindle those nostalgic moments.

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