Monday, October 25, 2010

Evergreen Beach Tours of India

India tour is incomplete if you have not experienced Goa Beach tours or Kerala beach tours or both. Beaches in India are a different world altogether. The pristine sand, inviting waves and totally splendid views are a signature of Indian shores. Two prominent and world famous beach cities in India are Goa and Kerala. Kerala has even being called “God’s own country” for its sheer magnificence and often features in prestigious lists of the likes of National Geographic Traveller’s magazine for its tranquil and surreal surroundings. Goa, on the other hand, is one of the top destinations in India and a favourite with international tourists too.

Goa lets you unwind in a unique way. If you wish to have some time on your own, beach bumming is your best bet. Lounge on a beach chair, sip some drink, and enjoy the sun, the sand and the best view of nature. There is plenty to do too. Beach sports, water sports, parasailing and much more will keep your adrenalin high. And you could enjoy the typical Goan cuisine with local hospitality in the view of the ocean. Wednesday market and Saturday night Flea market is the place where you can buy unique stuff, enjoy some music, variety of food and drinks along with a distinctive colourful experience of their surroundings.
Goa night life is quite famous too. There is some sort of celebration going on everywhere. Or if you wish some private time, you could take long walks on the beach and just watch the captivating sun rises and sun sets. There are a lot of places for sightseeing too. Like the UNESCO World Heritage site, Basilica of Bom Jesus, or one-of-a-kind museums like Naval Aviation Museum. Goa is by far one of the most preferred destinations of international tourists in India. Whatever your choice maybe, Goa will simply overwhelm you.
Kerala is another favourite destination for tourists both national and global. The peaceful settings of backwaters on houseboats are just as relaxing as romantic. You could simply breathe in the natural beauty around Kumarakom and Alleppey, while you enjoy a cruise on a private houseboat. Kerala is also home of a few hill stations. Munnar and Wayanad are the most prominent ones. Tea plantations are a common sight and must be visited for a unique experience. Kovalam and Varkala are the most sought after beaches of Kerala. If you are looking for some hiking and trekking experience, then there are around 10 wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala alone.
You must take time out to experience nature’s best in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Silent Valley National Park and Parambikulam Widlife Sanctuary. And when you get tired with this exhaustive list of experiences, you could just choose one of the Ayurvedic centres and enjoy a rejuvenating massage or therapy. All this - in one small state of Kerala.
Beach tours of India are a must for any beach enthusiast. With destinations like Goa and Kerala, you would be looking for some exotic experiences. Online Indian tour agencies and register tour operators offer capable and courteous travel managers and staff who can ensure a suitable package for your taste or may help you create a customized one. They also offer choicest hotels selection for your comfortable stay to make sure that you have a complete holiday experience. One that will last in your memory forever.

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