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8 Beaches in India That will Make you Feel Young and in Love

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Have you been wondering how to spend your 50s with the Mrs? Here are some of the most romantic and relaxing beaches in India to vacation in as per HolidayIQ users.

1. Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram) : A perfect relaxation city

Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram) : A perfect relaxation city
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anup Viswanathan Thampi says, “Richest Temple, not for display I have been living in Thiruvananthapuram (meaning Ananthan City, named after The God Maha Vishnu or Ananthan). The temple rose to fame after claims saying it is the richest temple. Before that, we could go to the temple without any security checks or timing issues or wait in the long queue where people are anxious to see the riches. ” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Elsie Gabriel says, “Neyyar Gravity Dam When in Trivandrum Kerala please visit the Neyyar Gravity Dam, it is known for its luscious Gardens and is a good garden for children to play as well as elders to stroll around. It is easy adventure although it has some flights of steps leading to the restaurants up on the hills and way to the boats which later lead you to the Lion Safari by boats.” Read Full Review 

2. Vagator : A divine sunset point

Vagator : A divine sunset point
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq adds, “The sunset is wonderful through rocks Vagator Beach is the Northernmost Beach, situated on the opposite bank of the Chapora River, in Baga Village. Vagator Beach has choreographic red rocks looking down on the shore and two fresh water springs within a stone's throw of the sea.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Hridesh Singh Tomar adds, “Divine sunset view at amazing beach Amazing, picturesque and nice beach, with superb food options. A beach where you can spend quality time with your partner without being bothered by the crowd and away from the hustle-bustle of places like Calangute and Baga. Restaurants are good which serve quality food” Read Full Review 

3. Varkala : One of the cleanest beaches

Varkala : One of the cleanest beaches
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vicferns shares, “Varkala Cliff The Varkala Cliff visit is a perfect way to end your Kerala tour. The  red laterite cliffs standing majestically on the Papanasham beach in Varkala a pristine beach destination in Kerala is said to be soon be declared a National Geological Monument by the Geological Survey of India. ” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Gaurav Vashistha shares, “Best beach in Kerala It is one of the best beaches I have visited, you must visit here. Best time is during sunset. There are quite a few people. The beach is really long and wide, so it feels enough space for everyone. The good thing is that the restaurants are really close to the beach. The best place to relax and rejuvenate yourself.” Read Full Review 

4. Arambol : A perfect de-stress spot

Arambol : A perfect de-stress spot
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shilpz S adds, “Destressing Arambol was the last beach we visited in the North Goa beach hopping spree. Being Diwali it was a little dotted with people but yet quite sparsely crowded compared to the more popular Calangute. The cute cliffs at the horizons add a distinct touch to the views here at sunset. The place offers you the chance to sit back and gaze at the waters as you sip your beers.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Valencia D'Souza adds, “Scenic beauty, clean waters, crimson sunset This is one of the best places to visit in Arambol. Though there are not many activities like boating, paragliding etc the scenic beauty, clean waters & serenity of the area will keep you mesmerized.” Read Full Review 

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5. Goa : The party hub

Goa : The party hub
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vivek Sharma shares, “A visit to Patnem Beach. Patnem Beach resides in South Goa territory of Goa. One of the most peaceful beaches. We could see mainly foreign tourists here. It has little fewer shacks and hotel option as compared to Palolem beach which is more crowded. Patnem beach offers amazing sunset view. I think South Goa beaches are far more clean, peaceful as compared to beaches of North Goa.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Chandranath Shirwaiker says, “Less crowded and much more enjoyable Tourists to Goa flock on Calangute beach which is steep and dangerous - Why do they do so? I don't know. Tourists can go to the other beaches which are peaceful, shallow, less crowded and much more enjoyable. They are easily accessible by public transport.” Read Full Review

6. Canacona : Beauty all around

Canacona : Beauty all around
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Madhu. shares, “Wild beauty If Goa is paradise then Palolem is its beautiful garden. Away from the party crowd of North Goa Palolem will show you the real meaning of the relaxed holiday. This amazing Arabian Seashore will offer you the perfect sunset. The pretty beach shacks, the euphoric music of sea and the dark sky with stars will surely take your breath away.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq says, “Sunset remains favorite color Palolem Beach is situated in the Canacona of Goa and known for its crescent-shape and has its own beauty with the coconut and palm trees around. The surrounding area of Palolem villages like Wooden huts, palm trees and a beautiful and unspoiled beach makes it one of the best place for sunset photography in India.” Read Full Review 

7. Mumbai : City that never sleeps

Mumbai : City that never sleeps
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Kunnoth shares, “Haji Ali Dargah, A Monument of Communal Harmony Haji Ali Dargah was voted as one of the seven wonders of Mumbai. It is one of Mumbai's chief landmarks and is situated about 500 yards from the Mumbai shoreline in the middle of the Arabian Sea off Lala Lajpatrai Marg. I have visited this shrine twice. First I went there in June, but I couldn't enter inside since it was heavy rain there. ” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Hemant Sant says, “You cannot go back home without being here Umpteen times we as the family on tour to enjoy tastes and attractions of Mumbai city decided to limit ourselves to a spot we could never miss this one. The Gateway to the Sea. Coming here makes you so democratic, feel like we are really one of the millions as the whole nation in its myriad variety is on display here. ” Read Full Review 

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