Kerala is most popular known as a beach state with a variety to choose from along the coastline. However, the popular beaches have become crowded for the tourist looking for a slice of quite. So this year skip beaches of other Indian Coast and head further with South India Tourism packages. The state's 550 kms coastline is home to some of the country most beautiful beaches. The Portuguese, Dutch, Bristish and also Indian rulers have left behind various forts along the coast. This adds a bit of old world charm to the places. Varkala, Kovalam, Bekal Fort, Meenkunnu, Marari, Cherai and Payyambalam beaches are some of the popular tourist shores to visit and stay at. Make the time to visit the village of Kappkadavu where Vasco Da Gama landed in India. Kerala also has a number of river islands, sail through the backwaters to thee places and spend time being pampered at the many ayurvediccentres there. Kerala's coast is a great alternative to other more crowded beaches.
Join the drum circle held every day or join other holidaying people practicing yoga at sunset. The beach in Mangalore is a popular getaway for both locals and tourists whereas Varkala in Kerala has a beautiful coastline, perfect for a family getaway and Lighthouse beach at Kovalam overlooks clear waters reminds of time to go for swim. Stayat eco resorts along the beachside or at a sea facing farmhouse, dine on the freshest of seafood and enjoy sunset walks on the beach. The coastal belt is also the best place to holiday with your life partnerand one can also play in the water as well as make castles in the sand. Most beaches have lifeguards who patrol the stretch from time to time.
Kerala is most popular known as a beach state with a variety to choose from along the coastline. Every day or join other holidaying people practicing yoga at sunset.