Varca Beach in Goa

Varca Beach is a ten-minute drive from the town of Benaulim in the south of Goa. The beach stretches for over two kilometres and is characterized by its pure white sand and black and red lava rocks. This beach is also one of the finest alone getaways for ladies since it is so safe. Despite the fact that the beach is devoid of hawkers, there are various shacks serving wonderful Goan cuisine. Varca Beach (consistently listed among India’s most beautiful beaches) is ideal for travelers who want to swim, lay in the sun, and get a tan without having to deal with the crowds that swarm other prominent Goan beaches.

Lakshadweep’s Agatti Beach

Despite the fact that travelers must obtain special authorization in order to enter Lakshadweep, the red tape becomes useful once one sees Agatti Beach. Agatti Beach is the ultimate snorkeler’s paradise, with its azure blue seas and calm waves. Year after year, tourists rank it as one of India’s most beautiful beaches.

 Murud Beach

Murud Beach is located in the village of Dapoli, about a hundred kilometres from Mumbai. You may also go into town and experience a wide range of delectable Maharashtrian seafood meals. Murud Beach tourists are occasionally treated to encounters with friendly dolphin pods. 

Pondicherry’s Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach (one of India’s most well-known beaches), or Plage Paradiso as the French called it, is located in Chunnambar, a little town near Pondicherry. This beach is famed for its crystal clear water and golden sand throughout the summer months. Tourists may take a ferry trip from the boathouse to the beach and through the backwaters. Bird watchers and photographers from all over the globe go on these boat journeys, which run for around thirty minutes. This is due to the dense mangroves that the backwaters weave through, which are home to some of the world’s rarest bird species.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands’ Radhanagar Beach

Radhanagar Beach, commonly known as Beach No. 7 by locals, is located on Havelock Island’s west coast. Despite its popularity as a tourist destination, this crescent-shaped beach is rarely congested due to its length of two kilometres. The beach is lined with beach beds and showers, making it one of India’s most popular destinations for travelers seeking a fantastic tan while taking in the quiet and gorgeous views. Elephants have also been known to show up on the beach from time to time.