Beaches, so far!

Hola guys!

I hope you all are doing great and are planning and exploring this planet. Well won’t you? It is beautiful! 😀

Hello fellas,

Apparently, Travelling has become everyone’s life mantra, isn’t it? Travelling brings Sanity and Perspective in this much chaotic world to all of us. Two very important things to survive a healthy life, right? The view which makes you realise how your worries are so small and this world is so beautiful and you haven’t seen much yet. This self-realisation is a transformation for you in itself.

Apne honay pe mujhko yaqeen aa gaya!

Anyway more of content and less philosophy I will present you with my exploration saga till the date of where all I went to soak in vitamin sea. *ting*

1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, India

This is Asia’s one of the most beautiful beaches also known as Number 7 beach.

Its full of sand bubble crabs. People spend time playing water sports or chilling out.

Sooth yourself with swimming and beautiful sunset.

Photo of Beach Journeys so far! 1/1 by Swati Singh

2. Perissa Beach, Santorini, Greece

Beautiful black sand beach situated on the south-east side of Santorini. Featuring restaurants, taverns, cafes and bars.

Perissa Beach


Photo of Perissa Beach, Santorini, Greece by Swati Singh

3. Monolithos Beach, Santorini, Greece

We stayed at Memories Beach Hotel. Guys have to mention this, really nice hotel to stay; good view; mouth-smacking breakfast and helpful staff. You can engage in water sports over there.

Monolithos Beach


Photo of Monolithos Beach, Monolithos, Greece by Swati Singh

4. Kudle beach, Gokarna, India

This one I am recommending to everyone, reason being, pocket friendly, weekend getaway for people living in 400 km vicinity to this place. Gokarna I am sure all of you know is in Karnataka. Hardly, 180 kms from Goa. It is serene, beautiful and you will actually feel your stress melting away by listening to the sound of waves while you are there. Do not waste your time, if still planning on where to go and you love beaches then do visit it.

Kudle Beach


Photo of Kudle Beach, Kudle Beach Road, Dandebagh, Gokarna, Karnataka, India by Swati Singh

5. Elephant Beach, Havelock Island, India

I loved this beach. It is full of activities and breathtaking views while you get there. Snorkelling is a must. Snack, Swim, Soak up in the Sun.

Elephant Beach


Photo of Elephant Beach, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Swati Singh

6. Borli-Panchatan, Maharashtra, India

It is on the western coast of India. This place is unexplored but I must say India has breathtaking places throughout and we are being ignorant about it. I found this place on my regular family weekend adventures and I was in awe with the beauty I saw everytime. Maharashtra’s Konkan region specifically is not much touristy which it should be. I know what I saw. I have been to places but this is raw beauty and it will mesmerise you. If you live near Mumbai- Pune or anywhere near that make your weekend plans to unseen places like this. You are gonna love it.

Borli Panchatan-Diveagar Beach-Shrivardhan Road


Photo of Borli Panchatan-Diveagar Beach-Shrivardhan Road, Walavati, Maharashtra, India by Swati Singh

7. Diveagar Beach, Maharashtra, India

Again another Konkan beach of Maharashtra, black sand, and lots of activities to do. Indulge in delicious snacks and tea over there.

Diveagar Beach


Photo of Diveagar Beach, Maharashtra by Swati Singh

8. Neil Island, India

Isn’t this beautiful? I was so awestruck here. Lakshmannagar beach 1 is secluded and spectacular. You will fall in love with nature here.

Neil Island


Photo of Neil Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands by Swati Singh

9. Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island, India

This beach has lots of activities and water sports. Find your fav and hop on. As the water level is not so deep here you can indulge in water sports and have fun.

Bharatpur Beach


Photo of Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island, Bharatpur, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Swati Singh

10. Tanjung Rhu Beach, Langkawi, Malaysia

It’s a secluded beach with very few shacks which is why I was there. 😀

The islands in the background give you Bali vibes. It’s emerald blue waters add beauty to this landscape. Right setting to relax with your partner.

Lovely beach and even more lovely is this Island, Langkawi. Do visit.

Tanjung Rhu Beach


Photo of Tanjung Rhu Beach, Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia by Swati Singh
Photo of Tanjung Rhu Beach, Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia by Swati Singh

11. Varca Beach, Goa, India

This is a secluded beach right where our resort was ending. We stayed at Majestic Beach Comforts, South Goa. I love beaches which is less crowded and so I was thrilled to stay at this hotel. About the hotel, I will give it all the points. Pocket-friendly, beautiful cosy cottages, cosy cafe(great coffee) and loved eating there too. All in all 5 on 5 to this place. On top of that, this beach made our stay even better. South Goa is famous for its raw beauty. This beach was one of it.

Varca Beach


Photo of Varca Beach, Fatrade, Goa by Swati Singh

12. Kashid Beach, Maharashtra, India

Yet another Konkan beach, yes! this is what I am saying … you are missing out on this.

Pack your bags and have cheap thrills to places here in Maharashtra coz its fun to explore and added advantage is the breathtaking view while you reach there. Kashid beach is quite popular nowadays. It’s in Raigad Maharashtra and so is the two beaches I mentioned above. There are numerous Eateries, hence never-ending snacks. Lots and lots of activities to do. You will find many resorts and hotels to stay and visit this beach and nearby scenic places including the previously mentioned beaches.

Photo of Beach Journeys so far! by Swati Singh

Alrighty! I hope you find this article fun and insightful.

Many more to come so stay in touch and yes please share your views and ideas.

Stay healthy and stay blessed! 🙂

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