Best Beaches in India - Continued

More beaches in India

Hope you have seen the first part of this hub "Best beaches in India". This continuation of the hub includes beaches like Mahabalipuram beach, Devbagh beach, Ganapathipule beach, Gopalpur beach and Juhu beach. Beaches in India offers plenty of activities including swimming, sunbathing, water sports, sea side handicrafts, shops, picnics and much more.

6.Mahabalipuram Beach:

Beach temple at mahabalipuram, India
Beach temple at mahabalipuram, India

Mahabalipuram beach also known as Mamallapuram and is located 55 kilometers south of Chennai, the capital city of Tamilnadu. The beach is famous for its beautiful monuments that include sculptural panels, caves, chariots and temples one of the main reasons to get into the list of best beaches in India. The spectacular beach of Mahabalipuram attracts thousands of tourists all through the year. The beach offers sunbathing and other related activities. There is a crocodile farm, snake venom extracting center and school of art and sculpture along the beach. The annual dance festival held at mahabalipuram every year by the department of tourism of the government of Tamil Nadu is another attraction for tourists and travellers.

7. Devbagh Beach in India

Devbagh beach, India
Devbagh beach, India

Devbagh Beach is in north Karnataka.The exotic beach is just 2 hours away from south Goa Kanwar. Devbagh beach resort located in devbagh beach and is one of the spectular island resort in Karnataka. You can build sand castles, collect some colourful seashells, chasing crabs in the sands. The beach offers plenty of water sports including parasailing, snorkeling, speedboat cruises, banana boat rides, water scooter and kayaking.

Ganapatipule beach, India
Ganapatipule beach, India

8.Ganapatipule Beach

Ganapathipule is a small town located in the district of Ratnagiri on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra. Ganapatipule is a religious beach, and is one of the most famous destinations in Maharashtra, mainly because of the Ganesha Temple which is made famous by Maharastra toursim development corporation. Ganapatipule beach is a calm, cool, secluded beach which is flanked by jaigarh fort, jaigarh beach, pawas, and velneshwar beach making it into the list of best beaches in India. The beach is surrounded by the aroma of fresh flowers, fruit and mangroves. Ganapatipule is popular for its private beach, scenic location, and a range of leisure activities.

Gopalpur beach, India
Gopalpur beach, India

9.Gopalpur beach

Gopalpur beach is one of the most pristine beaches of Orissa. The beach is located about 16-km from Berhampur. White surf splashing on the golden sands makes Gopalpur as one of the finest beaches in India. The old lighthouse blinking still today to show directions to the ships in deep sea.There are several curios and souvenir shops that sell some of the most interesting and unique sea side handicrafts and the sea shell items. The Gopalpur beach is also famous for their sea food delicacies, sand dunes and coconut trees. yummy!

Juhu beach, India
Juhu beach, India

10.Juhu beach

Juhu beach is located in Mumbai, previously named as Bombay, the most popular coastal city in India. The list of best beaches in India won't be complete without Juhu as Juhu is one of the largest and most visited tourist beaches of India on the shores of Arabian Sea. Juhu beach is famous as the best hangout place of Mumbai city. The beach is ideal for snack joint with various food stalls. Some of the popular beach entertainment include donkey rides, acrobats, cricket matches, toy sellers, dancing monkeys and other beach activities.

Ganapatipule beach, India

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cashmere 7 years ago from India

Juhu will get my vote for dirtiest!


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slumhubber 7 years ago

Wow great info if u wish read my topic on chennai beach.

http://hubpages.com/travel/Chennai-Beach--Beaches-...

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