Isolated beaches those are comparatively safer to visit amidst pandemic:
Less populated beaches that are comparatively safer to travel, keeping the current scenario in mind.
It's been months all of us haven’t travelled anywhere because of the Coronavirus outbreak. As now situations are bit normalizing many are willing to travel to refresh them from the monotonous everyday routine.
Recent reports states that people are opting for isolated places to avoid gatherings and have safe gateways!
Today, we will discuss about such isolated beaches that are clean, safe and fun to travel with your loved ones, friends and families.
However, precautions are mandate but fun will be unlimited. So, let’s read to know about such beaches:
Butterfly Beach, Goa
When it comes to discusiion of beaches, Goa comes first in the mind. So to start with, the Butterfly Beach in Goa is the perfect place to opt for. Butterfly is a semi-circular beach which is accessible via a boat ride only from Palolem or Agonda. Butterfly Beach is a great spot for spending some alone time.
This beach is a great spot for spotting different varieties of butterflies and a host of marine life. However, the beach is so remote so the closest accommodation and food joints can only be found in Palolem or Agonda. So if you want to spend multiple days in Butterfly beach then pick your lodging for easy access.
Gahirmatha Beach, Odisha
If you are looking for something budget-friendly then Gahirmatha beach in Odisha will be the best option. The beach is close to the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary, a home to millions of Olive Ridley sea turtles.
One needs to take a boat ride through mangroves to reach the beach. Accommodation is available on the city side of the forest. They usually have jungle resorts.
Tilmati Beach, Karnataka
The black sand of Tilmati Beach makes it a unique one to travel to. You will spot many fishermen here and some adventurous travelers enjoying water spots. The Black sand will be all yours as the place is usually not that crowded.
The best thing that can be done here is you can camp out here on your own but beware of bugs and insects! However, you will also get beachside inns and homestays as well.
Guitar Island, Andaman
An island shaped like a guitar! Sounds so interesting right?
The beauty of Guitar Island along with its shape makes it a unique experience for every traveler. You can enjoy snorkeling and sea walk to experience the aquatic life and corals in the shallow waters off the island’s coast. Kayaking through mangroves is another activity that visitors can opt for.
However, keep in mind that this island has no restaurants or accommodation and camping is not allowed! So one can go for a day trip.
Ranpar Beach, Maharashtra
Ranpar Beach has its own beauty with almost no infrastructure, no signs of civilization, you will only see the fisherman around.
So, if you’re looking for a place to meditate, isolate, and take some time for yourself then Ranpar Beach is the place to go. The closest town to the beach is Ratnagiri where you will find a number of hotels and restaurants.
Marari Beach, Kerala
The beach is named after a village called Mararikulam. Marari beach will give you that break from that monotonous routine. You will get to see the backwaters of Alappuzha that is one of the best attractions here.
You will find a variety of hotels here starting from economy to luxurious ones.
So, my dear folks do let me know your views on this in the comment section below. Also, if you are planning to go on a trip then do visit any of these beaches! You won’t regret for sure.
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