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7 Ideal Romantic Beaches to hit in Your 40s

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Planning to cozy up with your love in your 40s? These 7 romantic beaches are the best to count on according to holidayIQ reviewers. 

1. The serene beaches of Kochi (Cochin)

The serene beaches of Kochi (Cochin)
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HolidayIQ Reviewer JOJI JOSEPH says, “One of the best beaches in Kerala Cherai Beach located near, Kerala is about t 25 km from Ernakulam town, 30 km from Cochin International Airport and 20 Kms from Aluva railway station. Cherai beach is among the most sought-after places for tourists coming to Kerala and a relaxing point for local people during weekends. Having an extended coastline the Cherai beach is different from many other beaches and it is well maintained, clean and hence well for sunbathing apart from swimming due to the shallow water. Being so near from the main Kochi city, an important commercial capital of Kerala, the Cherai beach is a fascinating alternative for anybody who wants to get away from the pandemonium of city life temporarily. The beach is surrounded by which stands surrounded by green paddy fields and coconut trees which makes it more attractive ” Read Full Review

2. Palolem: Exquisite destination for romantic getaways

Palolem: Exquisite destination for romantic getaways
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Arshaq Habib adds, “Mind blowing place with a spectacular view of waterfalls One of the best experience that I had during my visit to Goa. We were taken via a Bolero from the entrance to the main sport. The vehicle charges are 400 to 600 per person based on the number of people. You have to visit before 3:30 PM. A life jacket is provided by the vehicle owners. We need to walk at least 1 to 2 km from the main spot to reach the falls. As we reach we find a spectacular view of waterfalls. We can wear the life jacket and swim which is completely safe. Also, life guards will be available on spot. We can find lots of monkeys in and around. Washroom for men and women is available in the sport.” Read Full Review

3. The brimming beaches of Pattaya

The brimming beaches of Pattaya
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rajeev Gupta says, “The only real Beach near Pattaya The Beach is just 7 km away which can be reached using speedboats or Ferry from Pier at the end of walking street. The journey takes 15- 40 minutes. Speedboats cost 500 ThB whereas ferry is at 30 ThB per side. The Beach is beautiful, clean and worth swimming or fun...” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Muthusamy Muthusamy adds, “Walk along a glassed path for a sea worldview This is at the underground of a mall in Bangkok city. This houses all species of fishes like starfish, sharks, penguins, whales, frogs, snakes, octopus, etc .. You were allowed to go for an underwater walk. The aquarium passes along a glass-bottomed path along which, while walking one can have a view of those sharks and fishes  swimming in the water which itself  is a different experience...” Read Full Review

4. Alappuzha (Alleppey) the Venice of the East.

Alappuzha (Alleppey) the Venice of the East.
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Ashitosh adds, “Neat and clean Beach with free WiFi access I like the Beach so much, it's very neat and clean. You can enjoy the sunset and the scenery and can swim if you like. People can play ball and fly pan games. I like the most walking around 1. 5 KM barefoot in the sand and water. All snacks, tea, ice-cream etc available. Also little crowded, so you will not have to fear. ” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Vicferns adds, “Alleppey Beach Kerala Alleppey Beach Kerala is nothing to write home about. It is easily accessible by road but has new over bridge road construction going on so be careful while visiting. Wear Good shoes and Sun hats to avoid getting burnt. Although there are Lifeguards and few Seaside, umbrellas on the beach please carry your own umbrellas. The entrance to the beach...” Read Full Review

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5. Gokarna the epitome of scenic beauty

Gokarna the epitome of scenic beauty
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Satpaphy m adds, “Divine experience with Nature Om Beach at Gokarna is getting popular with its serene landscapes adjoining the calm beach. Though the beach does not have the pomp and fervor of some of the popular Beaches of Goa, it is a better attraction if you are looking for a quiet destination tucked in the midst of nature. The beach is surrounded by small hills and also excellent for small treks along the seacoast through undulating mountains. In fact, you can walk from beach to beach and explore all the beaches on foot. Only advise is be in a group so that help is available if needed, though I came across few solo trekkers. There is quite a few accommodation available in costs ranging from Rs. 600 (ordinary sack) to Rs 4000 - Air Conditioned Cottage (there are variations as per season also)... Read Full Review

6. Revitalize at the beaches of Vizag

Revitalize at the beaches of Vizag
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HolidayIQ Reviewer A S says, “Beautiful beach and amazing locale! Rishikonda Beach is a must visit the place. It connects to the Bay of Bengal. I will recommend you to go to the beach early in the morning and watch the sun as it rises above the waves like a dream. There are not many people in the morning therefore, you can have the whole stretch to yourself. It is a sandy beach, therefore; make sure to get your swimming gear with you because you do not want to miss the beach fun. However, there are no changing rooms around the beach so very weary of same. There is also the provision of horse riding if you want to indulge in some filmy heroic ride on the beach stunt. We also enjoyed the speedboat ride. Lucky enough to see some national level yacht sailing. ” Read Full Review

7. Enchanting tropical fantasy of Minicoy

Enchanting tropical fantasy of Minicoy
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HolidayIQ Reviewer S.M.Bega Raaj adds, “Marvellous Minicoy Absolute Treat to our Eyes!!! I went to this wonderful Paradise on 15th December 2015 and stunned by its Beauty!!! Huge and Humongous Lagoons with such a fabulous Colourful Sea water throughout the horizon, Our Ship stopped almost 10 km before the shore. There are many activities to enjoy like Snorkelling, Kayaking, Banana Boat ride, Knee Boat ride, Speed Boating and on top of everything Scuba diving. I did Scuba diving in all the 3 islands, 1. Kavaratti 2. Kalpeni 3. Minicoy, all the three places absolutely different experiences, dive masters explain every aspect of Scuba diving and give training to everyone, the discipline and politeness are commendable. My Humble Salute and Hat's off to the Scuba dive Masters for doing a wonderful job. Just INR 2000/- for Scuba diving, which includes photography and video, 5 underwater...” Read Full Review

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