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Kerala Beaches

Cherai Beach

Cherai Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Kerala bordering the northern end of Vypeen Island, is located about 26 km from Ernakulam city, Kochi. The place is a unique combination of sea and backwaters rimmed by lush green coconut palms and paddy fields. The backwaters are a combination of lakes, lagoons, canals and estuaries.

Fort Kochi Beach

The Fort Kochi Beach is 12 km from Ernakulam. A fishing village originally, which became the first European township in India, the influence of the Portugese, the Dutch and later the British can be seen from the remains of the Fort on the beach. The Fort is one place on the beach where you can enjoy peace and quiet. The New Year Eve carnival at the beach is one celebration that you cannot afford to miss if you are at Kochi or Ernakulam.

Kovalam beach

One of the most popular beaches in Trivandrum, Kovalam beach is situated at a distance of 16 kilometers to the south of Trivandrum city. The natural beauty of this beautiful beach is what attracts people from far and wide to come here. It takes an hour from Trivandrum to reach this scenic beach, which is famous for its beach resorts. The Kovalam beach in Kerala offers the best of facilities to its visitors like sunbathing, swimming, Ayurvedic massages and plenty of other options. Check out the Thiruvananthapuram Kovalam beach and come here to recharge your energy levels and feel refreshed once again.


This is the historic beach where Vasco da Gama landed on the May 27,1498 with 170 men in three vessels. The rock studded beach is locally known as Kappakadavu. An interesting feature of the landscape is the rock that protrudes into the sea. To the tourist, however, this little sea faring town is a haven. A ride down the backwaters through the Korappuzha river brings you to the beach. Un-spoilt and un-crowded, the picturesque backwaters of Kozhikode offers a bewitching experience


Marari originates from " Mararikulam ", one of the local fishing villages.Here life still goes on much as it did a hundred years ago, with the men going out to sea each day to earn a living bringing in the daily catch. Marari offers endless miles of superb sand beaches.The tourists can experience the local charm and traditional Kerala Hospitality at its best


Varkala beach is located 54 Km north of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala. The beach is a popular holiday destination among those looking for relaxed and quiet holidays.Varkala beach is also called ' Papanashini' since it is believed that a dip in the holy waters of Varkala beach will purify your body and soul


The Beypore Beach in Calicut is a beautiful expanse of vast land and turquoise blue sea. Nature will embrace you in its arms on the calm shore shores of this beach. The endless Arabian Sea laps at your feet as you stand on the soft sands watching the sunset. The Kozhikode Beypore Beach is a commercial center for ship building and has existed here for more than 1000 years. This boatyard is famous for making a distinctive ship vessel known as 'Uru'. The Beypore Beach in Kerala is a must visit if you want to enjoy the calm and tranquil environment as well as take a look at how the ancient business of ship business is thriving even today.


Dharmadam Island is located near Kannur in Kerala which is isolated from the main island. Take a Tour to Dharmadam Island and enjoy the beauty of this green unexplored paradise of Kerala. One of the most fascinating beaches in Kerala, Dharmadam Island is nestled amidst lush green coconut trees and sandy beaches. The Dharmadam Island is an ideal picnic spot.


Nestled atop a cluster of hills at an altitude of 286m is situated Ezhimala, 55 kms from Kannur. Carved Stone Pillars, an ancient Burial chamber and an ancient Cave can be seen at the foot of the hills. The Hills are noted for rare medicinal herbs. Furthur uphill is an ancient Mosque.