If you ever end up searching for best beaches in India, Radhanagar Beach will show up on the top. It is one of the most famous in the Havelock island and known for its beautiful stretch of white sand and turquoise water.
If the fear of missing out (FOMO) while on travel is real, this beach on the Havelock island is the one to give jitters if you miss visiting. We visited the Radhanagar beach twice and on both days at different times.
I think the Sun and its reflection and position in the sky changes a lot of things. Both for the human eye and her experience.
Here are a few facts so that you get to know this beach better:
- This beach is on the south coast of the Havelock Island.
- It is also known as Number 7 Beach.
- In 2014, TIME named Radhanagar beach as the “Best Beach in Asia”.
- It has been ranked 8th amongst the best beaches in the world.
Leaving you with some pictures from both of our visits to this beautiful beach.
Day 1, Sunset at the beach:
Day 2, A late morning at the beach:
On both my visits, I felt that I had lost myself to the beauty of the beach yet found myself in many ways. The stillness within and the sound of the waves created ripples in my heart and mind. I understood that while I may not dive, I will never be contented with the sky, water and the sand. No wonder, ‘sun and sand’ speaks to its name.
This beach is a slice of heaven.
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