From scenic beaches offering an escape from the busy city life to action-packed adventure sports. Kerala has tons of beaches where you can surf, get tanned and enjoy a Fam Jam vaca!!
I. Vallikunnu, Malappuram
Imagine the sweet, coastal breeze gently kissing your cheeks as you take a long walk along the seashore of the white sandy beach. Lined with coconut plantations, the Vallikunnu beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Kerala.
Moreover, it sits near the Niramkaithakotta Temple. In fact, legend says the water in its underground well comes straight from the Ganges via a tunnel and never sees sunlight.
Planning on going? Stay at NC Gardens & Beach Resorts.
II. Muzhappilangad, Thalassery
Muzhappilangad has been named amongst the top six beaches in the world by BBC. In fact, the beach offers something absolutely unique – it has a 4 km long stretch of Kerala’s only drive-in beach.
You enjoy paragliding, microlite flights and of course, surfing here along with attending an annual fest of auto expos, painting workshops etc.
In fact, you can even stay at Club7 Beach Resort here.
III. Kovalam, Thiruvananthapuram
The beach at Kovalam is made up of three adjoining beaches that are home to the Halcyon Castle. Also, it is also considered to be one of India’s first resort beaches that is perfect for sunbathing & swimming.
If you’re going here, you can stay at The Leela Kovalam.
IV. Kozhikode, Kozhikode
Kozhikode has one of the biggest beaches in Kerala. It stretches across multiple beach along the 28 km coastline with one of the best sunset views you can share with your fam. In fact, the lighthouse on the shoreline gives the place a rather haunted feel to it.
And if you’re going there, you can stay at The Gateway Hotel Beach Road Calicut.
V. Cherai, Vypeen Island
Cherai is known for the frequent sightings of Dolphins along the coastline of the 10 km long beach. In fact, it is one of the few beaches where the backwaters & the sea can be seen together in one frame.
So, if you’re heading here, you can stay at Cherai Beach Resorts.
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