Enchanting Experience of Beach Holidays to India and Sri Lanka

Vacations at Idyllic Beach

Vacations at Idyllic Beach

Spending your vacations at an idyllic beach can be one of the best ways to rejuvenate and relax. For a lot of people, there can be no comparison of a calming day spent lazing on golden sands or taking a dip in the gushing waves of a sea. India is home to a plethora of coasts both along its eastern and western borders due to its peninsular location. Apart from this, Sri Lanka, which is an island off the southern part of India also has over a thousand kilometres of indented coastline. Holidays to India and Sri Lanka are incomplete without a visit to their pristine beaches that are dotted with a series of palm trees.

Calangute – Goa

Calangute- Goa

Calangute- Goa

Calangute is one of the favourite locations in India for those tourists who like refreshing weekends along a seafront. Often termed as the Queen of the Beaches, it stretches over seven kilometres along the Arabian Sea. The coastline remains crowded for most part of the year as vacationers from around the world come to this place. The region is highly dependent on the tourist influx, and it is dotted with accommodation facilities, both luxury and affordable. Several eateries are also available along the coast as well as in the interiors of the town. Tourists also throng this place to indulge in several adventure sports and entertainment activities.

Sri Lanka holidays are synonymous with visits to its pristine beaches. Most of its coastline is dotted with palm trees, and people can experience tranquillity and serenity at its shores. Some of these are less inhabited, thus, allowing people to enjoy a peaceful holiday with only the low, hustling sound of breaking waves. Vacations are the best time to relax and spend time with friends and family, and beach holidays in these sub-continent countries can make it even more wonderful.

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