5 Indian coastal destinations you need to visit at least once in your lifetime

India is a haven for travelers eager to explore fun-filled destinations. The country is home to some of the picturesque mountains, valleys, historical monuments, thrilling trekking routes, and several quaint places of unparalleled beauty. This blog explores the top 5 coastal attractions in the Indian subcontinent that you must visit at least once before you die.

  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands

If you are looking for a perfect escapade from the chaos of modern life, then you need to take a trip to Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The turquoise waters, the sandy beaches, primeval jungles, and the perfect weather make this place quite enchanting. The Andaman Islands are perfect for thrill-seekers. There are ample activities to indulge in including scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and a lot more. If you are looking for a romantic setting to host a destination wedding in India, then you cannot go wrong with Andaman & Nicobar Islands.    

  • Goa

Goa is India’s very own mini paradise. It is quite popular amongst teens and young adults alike who are looking to explore the enthralling nightlife of the state and taste true freedom. The gorgeous beaches and the exotic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures render a colorful touch to this beach state. It is also a mecca for casino games in India. Goa is not just for partying. The capital city seems more like Lisbon in many ways due to the colorful colonial buildings, spicy delicacies, the tiles, and the vibe. Unwind, relax, explore, and party at this lively state of India.  

  • Pondicherry

The French legacy is what Pondicherry pretty interesting and unique. This union territory is officially known as Puducherry and was a former French colony. You can witness the perfect amalgamation of French architecture and Indian sensibilities here. The streets of the French Quarter in the city are dotted with colonial structures and bougainvillea laden walls. The chic boutiques and cozy café in the city serve delectable beverages and French cuisine. The cobble-stoned path, bohemian stores, and the French bakeries make the setting pretty dreamy. This is the place you need to be in if you don’t really have time to take a trip to France. The place has beautiful beaches where you can create some wonderful memories with your friends and family.      

  • Marari, Kerala

There is no doubt that Kerala is one of the most scenic places in South India. This coastal strip is known for its breathtaking beauty. The glorious beaches, the network of backwaters, the tea-covered hills, and quaint hill stations turn Kerala into a fascinating place far away from the frenzy of the rest of India.    

Marari Beach is the perfect jaunt in the state to experience all that Kerala has to offer. This awe-inspiring beach is located in Alappuzha district and is dotted with coconut trees. This tranquil and peaceful beach offers a perfect retreat to those who are exhausted from their hectic work life.

Marari beach is an ideal spot for chilling and relaxing with friends and family. You can also explore the prime attractions such as the backwaters, Kumarakom bird sanctuary and get the taste of local life while holidaying here. The best time to visit this beach is in August. If you are right on time, you can watch the snake boat race as well which draws visitors from all over the world.     

  • Diu

Diu is a tiny island that is linked to the state of Gujarat through the southern coast. It truly offers a glimpse of Portuguese history, remnants of architecture, and their culture. The streets are remarkably colorful and are dotted with numerous churches and villas. The beaches of this island are cleaner and clearer. They truly reflect the pristineness of their surroundings. The best thing about this island is that it is home to Diu fort that has a special reference to Indian history. It was built during the 16th century with sandstone and lime mortar by the Portuguese. It is pretty spacious and houses three churches within it. The other notable attractions of this union territory are the Gangeshwar Temple, Zampa Gateway, and the Naida Caves. Many painters and writers flock to this quiet little island to get close to nature and for some inspiration. Visit this place for a laidback beach vacation amidst a tranquil ambiance.     

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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