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Kerala Beaches

  • Varkkala


    It would have been divine if one could have reached the Varkala Beach from the sea side. At Varkala, sighting land has a simple definition – ragged line of red cliffs. To add to the spectacular contrast are green coconut palms that bow before a cobalt blue sky.

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  • Kovalam


    Three crescent-shaped beaches separated by rocky headlands. To the right are barracked coconut plantations. Below little spits of white sands race against the azure waters of the Arabian Sea. To the left is a sprawl of restaurants, holding hands with the sun-kissed sands of the beach,

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  • Kanyakumari


    India, the sub-continental country is known for its richness in culture and tradition. Speaking of the topography of India, the Northern side is covered by the wide range of the huge snow clad Himalayas. The west is covered by the Arabian Sea. The East is covered by the Bay of Bengal.

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  • Fort Cochin


    " Truth is sometimes, not just stranger than fiction, but more colourful, intriguing and real. History proves this. As does Kochi "

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  • Alleppey

    Kumarakom canal

    A few years ago, you could walk some distance out to Arabian Sea at Alappuzha beach in kerala, on the wooden boards of the dock, and see the blue waters through the clefts. The ebullient waves would then tell you a story, of the proud ‘Venice of the East’ that was once the gateway to Kerala, much before Kochi signed off as a harbour of choice.

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