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Time For Some Solo Adventures At These Amazing Beaches

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Bored with the daily hectic repetitive schedule? Visit these beaches as per Holiday IQ users and enjoy adrenaline raising water sports.

1. Calangute : The most popular beach

Calangute : The most popular beach
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jaison Netto says, “Beautiful beach but crowded; This beach is so close to the Calangute beach and both these beaches are almost like the same and come in the same stretch. This beach is very clean and the water is very clear. Since the water is shallow here, you can walk into the sea and enjoy playing with water. Also, swimming is so much fun on this beach. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq adds, “Calangute is a very popular beach. During the day it is packed with the sunbathers and sea bathers. This beach is a great attraction for the domestic travelers and it has all the facilities, like restaurants, cafe, bars, and the most popular tattoo parlors.” Read Full Review 

2. Port Blair : An amazingly active place

Port Blair : An amazingly active place
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Ankurpreet Singh says, “Visit only if interested in sea walk. We visited this island as part of our visit to Twin Islands of Ross and North Bay. You need to take tickets from Aberdeen Jetty which is at Andaman Water Sports Complex. The ship we got was 'MV Mark Marina' which was a good one with AC as well.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishant Kalra shares, “A must visit in Port Blair; Marine Park is made of 15 islands out of which public access are allowed only on 2 islands- Jolly Buoy and Red Skin, that too after proper reference checks of the tourist. Access is allowed to one island at a time changing alternatively every 6 months. ” Read Full Review 

3. Havelock Island : Perfect beach for water sports

Havelock Island : Perfect beach for water sports
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shrikant Vaidya adds, “The best Beach for watersports; This is the best beach on the island for water sports. The clear waters enable snorkeling and scuba to a greater extent than at any other beaches. Also, the boatmen are very friendly and helpful. Do remember being generous with them. There are 2 ways of reaching the beach. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishant Kalra shares, “One will find a high range in scuba diving rates in Havelock, we went for Divine India which is on costlier side but a tried and tested one as one will not take the risk in these once in lifetime activities.” Read Full Review 

4. Phuket ; For its scuba diving places

Phuket ; For its scuba diving places
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Suharika Karri shares “The island is a world of its own and can be explored on foot. There are no vehicles. There are a lot of scuba diving places one can choose from. The underwater life is beautiful. I saw sharks and starfish apart from the unlimited schools of fish. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rakesh Gupta adds, “The white sand makes Phi Phi Islands a wonder. We stopped at Monkey Point for scuba diving. On the way saw tall standing hills with bleak bases. ” Read Full Review 

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5. Goa : The place that parties always

Goa : The place that parties always
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Biswajeet Mishra shares, “Goa The beach capital of India;  I stayed here for 4 nights it was worth visiting here. On day 1 evening, I enjoyed a great night party at Baga beach, I was staying at Tito's lane 1; most people prefer to stay here. And in Titos lane be careful with prices. Day2 - I went to Baga beach and enjoyed some of the water sports such as parasailing (Rs 800/-) scooter (300/-), banana ride (200/-) etc then I rested in the room. Day 3 - I visited south Goa for churches and Portugal lifestyles. I saw the Basilica of Jesus it was worth watching.Read Full Review

6. Neil Island : A beach with lots of fun

Neil Island : A beach with lots of fun
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sumeet Samat says, “This beach had amazingly clear water. We decided to step in and enjoy the water for some time. You can take a ride in the glass bottom boats here and they will take you a little inside the sea to see the corals - yes the water is that clear. If you have seen the corals either during scuba diving or snorkeling, then the glass bottom boat option is not that attractive - well, if you can see the corals up, close and personal, why see it from outside the water. You can take a nice walk on the beach and admire the shells as well as the hermit crabs that roam around. You can also rent a mat and lie down on the beach under the shade of the trees and enjoy your time.” Read Full Review

7. Pattaya : Heaven on Earth

Pattaya : Heaven on Earth
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepak Yadav shares, “Heaven on Earth; Coral island or Koh larn is a beautiful beach which can be reached by a speedboat from Pattaya in an hour. Tour has to be booked in advance which includes boat expenses, lunch on the island and other optional activities like paragliding, scuba diving, snorkeling or banana boat. Water sports and activities can be booked when you reach there but you have to pay a little more. After leaving Pattaya beach, our first stop was a huge boat cum platform right in the middle of water from where paragliding can be done. It was a great experience. Next stop was another platform for scuba diving. Read Full Review

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