Nowadays, India is one of the premier countries when it comes to outsourcing. Aside from providing low manpower expenses, this country also offers top notch services in any industry, be it online or in the real world. However, providing commendable services is not the only thing that this country should be known about. India is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Well, if you don’t know already, here is a list of 5 Beaches in India that you will surely love.

Varkala

Varkala is one of the top 5 stunning beaches in India. One of the best things about this beach is that it provides a fairly peaceful alternative to Kovalam, which is also a wonderful beach, but is now commercialized.

It is located between Alleppey and Kollam, and is only one hour north of Trivandrum. Varkala cliff and beach is a 10-minute drive away from the town and the railway station of Varkala.

Varkala

Gokarna

Gokarna is not only popular for being revered as a holy town: this small, remote place is also known for having one of the most beautiful beaches in India. Located in the northern part of Karnataka, the town of Gokarna holds four of the most secluded and untouched beaches in India.

Gokarna is an hour south of Goa border and is about 450 kilometers away from Bangalore. Developers have already seen the potential of this beach, so it will be wise to get a feel of this lovely beach while it is still untouched.

Gokarna

Palolem

Enclosed by a thick forest of coconut palms, Palolem is said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa. This beach is located south of Goa. It is 43 kilometers away from marriage and 76 kilometers away from Panaji.

With its mile-long, shady, semi-circular shaped shore, and romantic scenery it offers, it is no wonder that more and more people are finding out about this beach. Currently, Palolem beach has become very lively as it started attracting crowds from different countries.

Palolem

Baga

Baga may be full of tourists and is a very busy beach, but it doesn’t diminish this beach’s appeal. Unlike the untouched beaches in India that made it on this list, Baga offers various activities that make it very attractive to tourists and locals alike.

In this beach, tourists and locals can dine in fancy restaurants, partying at bars and clubs, and enjoy activities such as parasailing, dolphin sightseeing and a whole lot more. Baga beach is located at the northern part of Goa. It is 9 kilometers away from Mapusa and 16 kilometers away from Goa’s state capital, Panaji.

Baga

Marari

Marari beach may not be as popular as Baga, Palolem or Gokarna beach, but it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in India. Marari came from the word Mararikulam, which is a small fisherman’s village.

This beach is fairly quiet and undeveloped; however, it has a very attractive scene and ideal for people who want to relax and people who want to get away from the fast phase cities. Marari beach is situated in Kerala, which is only a few kilometers away from Alleppey and 60 kilometers from Cochin, Kerala’s capital.

Marari