Goa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu & The Andaman Islands
India has over 4,600 glorious miles of coastline, much of it fringed by sandy beaches offering blissful places to unwind. Elegant resorts and boutique hotels have appeared on some of the most pristine of them, where you can immerse yourself in the life of local fishing villages, as well as make the most of the tropical sea water and wall-to-wall sunshine.
The TransIndus team visit newly opened accommodation across the country, and re-visit old-established resorts to gauge the level of development – things change fast in India and somewhere that might have been a idyll five years ago may no longer be after the construction of a new road or airport. Because we make it our mission to keep up to date, our consultants know all the best places to stay and will be able to advise you on which options offer the best value for money.
India’s ever-expanding domestic flight network also enables you to reach these coastal locations with relative ease, even if the focus of your trip are the landlocked cultural regions in the far north. It is, for example, possible to breakfast in New Delhi and be on a palm-backed cove in the far south of Kerala for sunset.
So, no matter which part of the country you choose to visit you can combine it with a relaxing end at one of its amazing beaches.