Hawa Beach In Kovalam
Let the breeze caress you at Hawa Beach
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Hawa Beach In Kovalam
Kovalam is a tiny beach town in the beautiful state of Kerala, often called God’s Own Country. The most well known beach in Kovalam may be the Lighthouse beach but the most beautiful beach is Hawa beach. Hawa Beach in Kovalam is one of the most well known tourist spots in Kovalam, and is also the state’s primary destination for water related activities. Widely considered the most naturally beautiful beach in Kovalam, Hawa beach is encircled by beautiful palm groves. This beach also has a more unique aspect to it as the local fishermen set off for their day’s work in the morning from this beach. Watching the hustle bustle as they go about their business early in morning is a wonderful experience providing the travellers with a unique perspective. All of these reasons make Hawa Beach in Kovalam one of the most authentic beach in terms of what can be experienced here.
Despite the fact that the biggest attractant of Hawa beach is it’s natural beauty, there are a fair number of things to do for tourists here. Watersports can be found here as well, with parasailing and water-skiing available. However, this is not the prime location in Kovalam for water sports and those coming to Hawa beach should know that what you find best here is long, tranquil stretches of beach. Hawa beach also boasts a number of very good beachside shacks and restaurants as well as resorts that are found in the palm tree groves just beyond the beach. If enjoying the natural beauty of the ocean and beach is a priority, then Hawa Beach, Kovalam is a must visit.
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There is no entrance fee to enter the beach.
The granite statue of Karumadikuttan Buddha is believed to have been built by Buddhist monks who visited Kerala between the 9th and 11th centuries through the port of Alappuzha, carrying the message of love and non-violence. Keralites who followed Buddhism gradually became Hindus.
Mararikulam is connected by rail and has a railway station by the same name. It is also well connected by road. NH 47 passes through S.L.Puram, which is 5 km to the east of Mararikulam and the Nearest airport is Cochin International Airport.
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