There are countless number of beautiful unexplored beaches dotting the Kerala coastline.
With 600 km coastline(370 mi), it’s no surprise that you can even find some secluded beaches where, not even a single soul is present.
I was lucky to discover such a place some time back with my friends, and that too, hardly 7-8 km from my home.
The beach is on an island called “Valiyaparamba” which is sandwiched between the Arabian sea and a backwater.
The island is lush green with coconut trees and sparsely populated, and many a places the width is less than 100 meters.
Once we take a few steps crossing the coconut groves, we are on the beach.
I can assure you that, nine out of ten times you are going to be there alone with at least 2 to 3 kms of virgin beach on your left and right sides.
Some times you will find the local people fishing on the shore with nets and fishing rods.
It’s all for you and enjoy…
One day I was lucky to witness the rain cloud homing on the beach with the sun behind it.
A few things to be taken care of in the island:
1. Local are educated and friendly but, take care not to disturb the calm ambiance.
2. Please confirm the boat person will be there for your trip back, other wise you will be stuck there overnight.