India is a land that brings to mind words like spirituality, culture and mystery but if all you really want to do on a beach holiday is to let your hair down and have a blast, then what you need is an all India Beach Tour. We’ve listed the 4 must-visit hot beach holiday spots that are a huge hit with tourists 365 days of the year. So if sun, sand and surf are what relax you the best, look no further than Beach Tours India:
a) Calagute Beach: Goa is undoubtedly one of the hippest places in India where every day is a non-stop party. The lovely Calangute Beach is rightly called the ‘Queen of Beaches’ because of its pristine sands, palm trees and natural beauty. Just be prepared for large crowds of tourists and of course, merchants who sell everything from ethnic bags or jholas to trinkets and ornaments made from sea-shells. Wrap up your beach holiday here with some mouthwatering seafood dishes freshly whipped up at any of the small shacks.
b) Candolim Beach: This beach is one of the highlights of the India Beach Tour primarily because of the Aguada Fort situated nearby and also because tourists get to indulge in water sports like parasailing and water skiing. Candolim Beach which is located in North Goa is relatively peaceful in comparison to other beaches, making it a favorite with honeymooners and nature lovers alike. Whether you enjoy a spot of yoga on the sands or some fishing, you are certain to enjoy your beach holiday here.
c) Kovalam Beach: Beach Tours India invites you to relax at one of the best known beach holiday sites in India- Kovalam Beach in Kerala. Three curved beaches covered with swaying coconut trees, soft sand, shacks serving spicy ethnic cuisine as well as hawkers selling Kashmiri and traditional wares form the main highlights of this beach site. Witness a breathtaking sunset and don’t forget to visit the famous Light house which was built during the British Raj.
d) Puri Beach: The India Beach Tour would be incomplete without a trip to Puri Beach in Orissa. The Annual Beach Festival which takes place in November is a big hit with locals and tourists while the beach itself attracts many devotees who come to pay homage to Lord Jagannath. Besides indulging in some sunbathing and swimming, your beach holiday would be incomplete without spending some time admiring the beautiful sand sculptures which draw inspiration from mythological characters and other intricate designs.
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