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8 Isolated Beaches to Celebrate the Sea!

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Secret, remote and hidden away from the preying eyes of touristy mobs, these beaches are the perfect place to build your connection with the ocean.

8 Isolated Beaches to Celebrate the Sea!:

  1. Andaman Galley, Port Blair (Andaman & Nicobar)
  2. United-21 Beach View Mandarmoni, Mandarmani (West Bengal)
  3. Torrento Hotel, Balasore (Odisha)
  4. Sai Priya Resorts, Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)
  5. Pondicherry Ashok, Pondicherry
  6. Baywalk Goa, Goa
  7. Citrus Goa, Calangute (Goa)
  8. Kallur Illam, Kannur (Kerala)

1. Beach No. 7, Havelock Island

Beach No. 7, Havelock Islandsource: www.kirtyholiday.com

This island boasts of shimmering crystal clear blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, white beaches and waters that house some of the most exotic coral reefs of the area. Being far from commercial activities and no conventional touristy activities bring very little tourist attention here. The waters here are used by diving schools and are rich in marine biodiversity. Enjoy peace and tranquility while you connect with the environment.

Utsab: One can just sit idly watching the waves crush on the beach or take a long stroll bare-footed on the white sands or through the jungles. It's always mind-soothing. 

Budget stays: TSG Emerald View

Mid-range staysSeaShell

Luxury staysFortune Resort Bay Island

2. Mandarmani Beach, West Bengal

Mandarmani Beach, West Bengalsource: www.kolkataonline.in

Mandarmani is a long motorable beach about 170 km from Kolkata. There are hardly any tourist visiting this secluded beach. It is also an excellent place to enjoy long walks on the sand and also the surrounding forests.

Avik Chatterjee says, “Tajpur, around 170 km from Kolkata and about 13 km from Digha, is a serene beach with its unspoiled beauty of nature. This is the land of red crabs. The beach is wide with pine forests on one side and Mandarmani Beach on the other side. There is also a little backwater stretch adding to the beauty of the beach.”

Budget staysEco Villa Resorts

Mid-range staysDiamond Glory Hotel

Luxury staysVictoria Beach Resort

3. Talasari Beach, Orissa

Talasari Beach, Orissasource: www.coastaltourism.in

Talasari Beach is a beach in the Baleswar district of Odisha, India. The pristine white sands of Talasari is attracts little commercial crowd as it is sandwiched between popular beaches. This beach is fasciinaing due to the large number of red crabs  that call it home .

Sayan: The talsari beach is popular for its red crabs. The beach is very very beautiful, free from crowd and chaos. Ideal place for a nature lover. We had a good experience there riding bikes.

Budget staysMeridian Hotel

Mid-range staysArpita Beach Resort

Luxury stays: Nocci Residency

4. Yarada Beach, Andhra Pradesh

Yarada Beach, Andhra Pradeshsource: commons.wikimedia.org

Close to Vizag, this beach is known for its shallow sea, ideal for swimming. There are shops, no shacks, no tourist humdrum. An ideal place to connect with the sound of the waves washing the shoreline.

Guru: It is most beautiful beach I have seen till date, very peaceful very less crowded and amazingly scenic beauty, please don't miss visiting this beach. You will thoroughly enjoy its beauty.

Budget staysFalcons Nest -Vizag

Mid-range staysGreen Park Hotel

Luxury staysWelcomHotel Grand Bay

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5. Paradise Beach, Pondicherry

Paradise Beach, Pondicherrysource: sunainapai.in

Accessed only by ferry through pristine backwaters, this beach is relatively less visited as it is far from the city.

Rubbina: Paradise beach which is going via Chunnambar boat house via boat which fare is 300 apx, it is so nice and you can enjoy with drinks. 

Budget staysSurguru Hotel

Mid-range staysLe Royal Park

Luxury staysOcean Spray Hotel

6. Galgibaga Beach, Goa

Galgibaga Beach, Goasource: goa.me

Close to the very popular Palolem Beach, Galgibaga is quiet and serene. Its also the home to the endangered Olive Ridley Turtle. A couple of shacks, white sand and blue waters complement the absence of crowds to let you connect with the ocean. 

Ajmath: This is one of the beautiful beach we have visited so far. Pleasant and nice environment, nearby restaurants offer good food at reasonable prices.

Budget stays: Ozran Heights Beach Resort

Mid-range staysMayfair Hideaway Spa Resort

Luxury staysLeela Kempinski

7. Butterfly Beach, South Goa

Butterfly Beach, South Goasource: www.indianholiday.com

A trek through 2 km of dense forest, brings you to an isolated cove of white sand and crystal clear waters of the Arabian Sea. The beach is shaped like one side of a butterfly and is cut off from all sides by huge boulders and dense forest patches. 

Geet: It's a small beach which is meant mostly for couples. It has some rocks and some barbeque like sticks. But, worth a visit surely, 

Budget stays: Ozran Heights Beach Resort

Mid-range staysMayfair Hideaway Spa Resort

Luxury staysLeela Kempinski

8. Kizhunna Beach, Kerala

Kizhunna Beach, Keralasource: commons.wikimedia.org

Close to Kannur in Kerala, Kizhunna Beach is white sands, blue shallow ocean surrounded by coconut grooves and thick forests. A romantic place surrounded by nature and almost no crowd at all. Connect here with nature far from the madness of everyday life. 

Budget stays: Amban Heritage

Mid-range staysSunfun Beach House

Luxury staysKairali Heritage

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