There are many renowned beaches in India, which are visited by many tourists, but people forget to notice the equally deserving beaches but those are less famous. India is a vast country with a huge peninsular part. The three sides are covered with the three ocean waters: the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. The beautiful country is blessed with many wondrous golden beaches in which one would love to get tanned. There are other major beaches as well but they are in the islands of Andaman and nicobar and Lakshadweep. The view of these islands is simply amazing and breathtaking.
To start with, let’s have a glimpse of the Chandipur beach on the Bay of Bengal. Twice a day, the water recedes more than three miles from the shoreline. During this very low tide, beachgoers can stroll—or ride a jeep—along the seabed and check out a trove of seashells, driftwood, and little red crabs before the water rolls back in. The sea and the beach both are strange and surprising. It is situated in the state of Odhisha on the eastern part of the sub continent. Then there is the Cow beach, which is situated in the hippy seashore-Goa. In the cow beach, one can see a huge population of bulls and cows with a large number of travelers. This is also very strange seashore. Travel to Goa the emerald seashore is nothing short of fascinating as Goa has so many wondrous beaches which makes it a popular among international tourists. There are world famous beaches in goa like the Aguada beach, dona Paula beach and others. apart from the beaches.
In the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, there are several secluded beaches which are beautiful but still not many visitors visit those beaches. The turtle beach in Andaman’s is a very huge beach and as the name suggests, the beach was a hub of turtles, they used to sit in the beach but with the diminishing population of them, the beach is generally isolated. The Ross and smith island is so amazing that a viewer will be amazed by the strange creation of nature. These are the sister islands which are located facing each other. Apart from the beautiful sea green water and the clean beaches, the most surprising thing is that whenever there is low tide, one can walk from one island to the other and when there is a high tide, one cannot see any sand, it’s just water. What a marvelous creation it is and the peace is soothing, as it is far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
So, it is a pleasure to visit these places and see the difference in them from the other beaches of the world. The beauty and surprising qualities of the beaches are such that it amazes the tourist with awe. The whole of India amuses the traveler but the strangeness and the exotica linked to these beaches is simply outstanding.