5 Hidden Beaches in Kerala


The awe-inspiring Kerala, the "God's own Country" is endowed with crystal-clear blue water beaches amalgamated by the lip-smacking cuisine, green swaying coconut groves, serene landscape, smiling sun and humble people. Many people across the world visit this enchanting state in India to enjoy the fun-filled beach vacations. You can rejuvenate your body amidst the tranquility of the picturesque beaches, enjoy a sip of the coconut water and have a blasting time. There are plenty of popular beaches in India that are flocked by the people all around the year, but if you are scouting for a beach holiday far away from the crowded place, then here some hidden beaches in Kerala where you can revel in your solitude:


Varkala Beach


Varkala Beach is an absolute paradise for sunbathing and swimming. It is situated 50 kms north of Thiruvananthapuram, the beautiful capital city of Kerala. Those who are distressed from the hustle and bustle of the monotonous city life can visit this secluded beach and spend a relaxing time. There are many small snack shops to pamper the travelers with delectable delicacies. The view from the cliffs is simply spectacular and will really captivate your attention. There are several mineral springs in this region renowned for their curative properties. It is also believed that a dip in the holy beach water cleanses your body and soul from all your sins. Don’t miss catching a picture of the sunset when the golden sun vanishes into the sea. 


Vallikunnu Beach


It is one of the most unknown destinations for Kerala beach tour, which is nestled near Malappuram, a beautiful city in Southern Kerala. The remote location and tranquil environment magnetize the visitors who want to enjoy a peaceful time with nature. You can sunbathe, walk by the beaches and simply make sand castles. One thing is for sure that anything you do here will certainly help you to get a great peace of mind. A beach resort located in the middle of a coconut grove is a prominent attraction of this splendid beach.


Thirumullavaram Beach


Thirumullavaram is a quiescent and calm beach situated near the north of Kollam district. The beach got its name from the Vishnu temple that is nearby to the beach. The quiet waves and the golden sand, makes it an ideal place for a morning walk where you can get a chance to see lots of fishermen catching fishes in their boats. The little known stretch provides a perfect relaxing escape from the usual congested city beaches. You can also find the outstanding bathing facilities at the beach.  


Cherai Beach


Far from the maddening crowd, the majestic beach provides an excellent ambience to relax and experience a new-found energy. The beautiful place is dotted with the dense coconut groves and lush-green landscape. It is nestled in the Cherai village of Emakulam district. The cool sea breeze will really reignite your senses and help you to knock out your stress. If you are lucky, then you can also spot the magnificent dolphins making splashes in the azure water. The famous tourist attractions in Cherai are Pallipuram Church, Munambam Beach, Azheekkal Sree Varaha Venkateswara Temple, Gowreeswara Temple and Portuguese Fort.


Kizhunna Ezhara Beach


The brown sand, deep-blue sea, alluring surroundings and comfortable weather symbolize the Kizhunna Ezhara beach of Kerala. It is situated 12 km away from the Kannur town. The unspoiled beauty and the picturesque settings of the beach allure the tourists and provide them an ideal holiday getaway. You will be certainly mesmerized after seeing the local Kathakali performances. The regional hospitality of the people will really astonish you and provide some unforgettable memories. 


The coast of Kerala has an abundance of hidden sun kissed beaches that will provide you once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy beach holidays, unwind with family members and cherish treasured memories. 


Shubhanshi loves traveling and sharing her travel experience with the world through her blogs. She has traveled around India and abroad. The destinations in India close to her heart are Rajasthan, Kerala and Uttarakhand, which are popular for their very own reasons. The diversity of these places has always attracted her and she has always expressed it through her writing....(Read More)

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