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Kerala Beaches

Kerala the land of green magic offers some of the best beaches in India. Kovalam the ‘Paradise of the South’ with its golden glowing sands, crystal clear waters and swaying coconut trees has made its mark on the world tourism map. It is a dream destination for international tourists who just want to laze around for rejuvenation and relaxation. Beach holiday coupled with aryurvedic massages, Catamaran cruising and colorful corals make a complete picture perfect holiday. Adventure lovers go snorkeling and catch captivating underwater views. Kovalam offers superb seafood specialties. You can easily find accommodation here as there are several luxury and budget hotels and cottages to suit the tourists. Take handicrafts of Kerala as souvenirs and gifts. Kovalam has certain charm which is simply irresistible.

Bekal Beach :
The Bekal Beach is located near Bekal Fort. This fort is one of the best-maintained historic forts in Kerala. Situated on a headland that extends for 35 acres and reaches into the Arabian Sea, the Bekal Fort occupies a commanding position on a promontory. The Bekal Beach extends on either side, with stretches of clear sand flanked by rows of elegant palm trees. The view from the Bekal Fort of the green palms, the white sand, the blue sea and the rolling waves is truly breathtaking.
  Kovalam Beach :
Kovalam means a grove of coconut trees and truly the coconut trees along the beaches give a ravishing look. The palm-fringed bays in secluded coconut groves, promise a relaxed stay. The boundless blue waters of the Arabian Sea and miles of white sands washed away by the surf at the feet of the stalwart palms and the rocky promontories, makes this beach paradise. This marvellous beach is a tourist's dream come true.
  Varkala Beach :
Varkala Beach has a number of tourist attractions nearby. The mineral springs near Varkala Beach are considered to have medicinal properties and many people come here to drink and bathe in the water from the mineral springs. The Varkala Beach is also called Papanasam Beach because it is believed that bathing here will wash away all of one's sins. The Sree Janardhana Swamy Temple nearby is believed to be between 800-2000 years old. A nature cure center located near Varakala Beach is another popular attraction that you can visit
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