Anjuna beach,Goa is one of the most popular beaches in Goa. Anjuna Beach is popularly known as the freak capital of the world and not without reasons. It claimed popularity for its Trance Parties and the Hippies who tried to synthesize the spiritual traditions of the East and the art, ideas and the music of the West. Goa Anjuna beach comes to life with the flea market and the full-moon beach parties at Goa Anjuna beach that continue through out the night.
Baga Beach is part of a 30-km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian Sea, 10-km west of Mapusa, is basically an extension of calangute beach.Goa Baga beach is an option for those who want to be away from the hustle-bustle found on the other beaches. Baga beach in Goa looks as if it has come alive out of a painting.
The Dona Paula Beach offers an opportunity to the tourists to have a sunbath and buy cheap seaside goods from local vendors. This beach has also been the location for many Indian movies, the most famous being Ek Duje Ke Liye. Given this dual attraction, Dona Paula Beach has become a popular tourist spot.
Located 18-km north of the city centre, Juhu Beach is a major beach site on the shores of Arabian Sea and is one of the posh localities of Mumbai.The real attraction of atmosphere that develops on weekend afternoons and evening. Huge crowds paddle in the sea, stroll along the shore, play beach cricket and enjoy the fresh air.Juhu's secondary attractions include lounging poolside at the beach front hotels checking out the Hare Krishna ISKCON complex downing a coffee at the Prithvi theatre and shooting pool at Raspberry Rhinoceros.
Marina Beach is a beach in the city of Chennai (Madras) along the Bay of Bengal, part of the Indian Ocean. The beach runs from near Fort St. George in the north Nao [ gar]] in the south, a distance of 13 km.With its natural sandy beauty and spacious promenade and beautiful gardens, the Marina beach is a major attraction for tourists visiting Chennai.There are many statues adorn the roadside alomgr Memorial the beach which includes statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Kannagi, Thiruvalluvar, Sir Thomas Munro, Kamarajar, Avvaiyar, Thanthai Periyar and the Statue of Labour.
Marari Beach is an endless vista of sand and surf, but it is more. An authentic experience of the world of Kerala's traditional fishing villages, and a recreation of an ancient, harmonious way of life.Marari offers endless miles of superb sand beaches backed by swaying palms, virgin territory where one can experience the local charm and traditional Kerala Hospitality at its best.
Gopalpur on sea, also termed as 'best beach resort in Orissa' by the visitors, is a lovely laid-back village on sea-shore, carrying an altogether different attitude from the temple towns of Orissa. Gopalpur got its name from an 18th century temple dedicated to Krishna (Gopal).One can still see the crumbling walls and pillars of the jetty, witness to its past glory of commercial activity. The pleasures of the Blue Beach and the Blue Bay of her backwaters continue to lure the water babies. Gopalpur-on-Sea is a surfer's delight and excellent for sailing.
Kovalam is a beautiful sea resort, the only one, in Kerala. This beautiful fishing village is situated 10 km from Thiruvananthapuram.Kovalam has become one of the most popular beach hangouts in India. Kovalam means a grove of coconut trees and truly the coconut trees along the beaches give a ravishing look.The beaches of Kovalam can be divided in three parts. The southern most beach and the most popular from the three, is the Lighthouse Beach.
The Chandipur beach is one of the hot-spot for beach lovers. Stretched on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, this beach offers some kaleidoscopic views of the eastern sky and an unbelievable retreat of the beach during low tides. Twice a day, the sea recedes from the shore around 5 km away, giving a corridor to the tourists to enjoy a walk on the sea! Surrounded by casuarina trees and solitary sand dunes, Chandipur is a beach drifter's paradise.