5 White sand beaches in India you must visit
Experiences - Oct 04, 2018

5 Untouched White Sand Beaches In India You Must Visit in June 2019

Looking for the perfect beach holiday? Head to these white sand beaches with Club Mahindra Resorts because white sand beaches in India which are as stunning as international ones.

1. Radhanagar Beach, Andaman Nicobar Islands

The blue waters and white sands of Radhanagar beach have coveted titles like ‘The World’s 7th Best Beach’ and ‘Asia’s Best Beach’ by Time magazine. If you are an avid photographer, you might not be able to steal your gaze away from this marvel. Adding to the allure is the backdrop of greenery growing in wild abandon. Pack in some adventure on your holiday with some snorkelling, scuba diving, elephant rides, fishing, and swimming. Or sit back and sunbathe while enjoying an exquisite view of nature.

2. Varca Beach, Goa

If you’re planning a romantic getaway where you can watch stunning sunsets and enjoy clear waters, Varca Beach in Goa is perhaps perfect. More importantly, if privacy and a memorable experience are what you hope for, check into Club Mahindra Varca Goa. The property offers private access to Varca Beach, beautiful rooms, poolside entertainment, fun activities, a spread of fantastic food and a lot more to make your vacation a fun-filled and exciting one.

3. Varkala Beach, Kerala

About fifty kilometres from Trivandrum is a hidden gem – Varkala Beach, also known as Papanasham beach. Atop the Varkala cliff are restaurants, cafes, and nightclubs from where you can get a view of the endless sea. At night, watch shimmering boats dot the dark sea while listening to the sound of waves crashing below. For some R&R, get an ayurvedic massage or take a dip in the natural hot springs. If you are looking for some adventure, you can also indulge in some adventure sports like parasailing and paragliding. Spiritual followers and history lovers can head to the 2000-year-old Janardhana Swamy Temple.

4. Malpe Beach, Karnataka

Malpe is an hour and fifteen-minute drive from Mangalore, situated in coastal Karnataka. Children and adventure sports lovers can partake in jet skiing, water scooter rides, banana boat rides and parasailing. A popular destination from Malpe is a boat ride to St. Mary’s islands. Of geological importance, the columnar basalt rock shoreline on these islands was formed by sub-volcanic activity some eighty million years ago. Vasco Da Gama set foot on these islands first, from Portugal and named it after Mother Mary. Apart from holding historical and geological importance, the basalt rocks against the sea are a sight to behold.

5. Ganapatipule, Maharashtra

This pristine white sand beach along the Konkan coast is situated next to the Ganpatipule temple. A little ahead is also the Aarey Waarey beach, which boasts of water sports from jet-skiing to motorboats, water scooters to scuba diving, parasailing and jeep rides during sunsets and more. If possible, take a trip to the Prachin Konkan museum to be both, enthralled and informed about the local Konkan culture. It is situated just a kilometre away from the Ganpatipule temple. As for food, you can choose from street food to boutique restaurants to binge on Indian, pan Asian, Konkan food and more.

These are just a handful of spectacular white sand beaches that India has to offer. Regardless of which you choose to holiday at, one thing is sure; you are bound to have a thrilling holiday if you plan it right.

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