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Done With Goa, Varkala Or Even Gokarna? Head To Kasaragod Kerala, A Coastal Paradise!
5 Days · 4 Nights
₹ 16,000
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Day 1
Bekal Fort is easily the most prominent attraction of Kasaragod Kerala. Located only 10km from the town, this is one of the largest forts in Kerala. The top of the fort is easily accessible and the views of the sprawling Arabian Sea are so spectacular that you just want to pause right here. A 300-year-old key-hole shaped structure, built with a defence strategy in mind, Bekal Fort today serves as a destination frequented by locals and tourists alike. For those looking to recreate some Bollywood moments, Bekal Fort was also the place where the famous song Tu Hi Re, starring Manisha Koirala, was shot!
Day 2
Away from the high-rises of Bangalore and the swanky night clubs of Goa is a coastal town where the pace is slow, landscape lush, and there is little intrusion by modernity. This is a destination where the air is clean, the earth smells fresh and life often throws surprises like a sleeping elephant or a passionate football match at the end of the lane. Welcome to Kasaragod Kerala!  Situated in the northernmost district of Kerala, this coastal town is framed by the Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west. Making for a wonderful weekend getaway in south India, spending a few days here will introduce you to an India removed from the modern world and conventional expectations.
Day 3
Chandragiri Fort is another imposing structure that showcases the beauty of ancient Kerala. Almost in ruins now, it is still a popular attraction because of the spectacular view of the Chandragiri River joining the Arabian Sea. Only 7km from Kasaragod, this fort is a great place to visit for an Instagram-worthy sunset. You can also take a boat-ride on the Chandragiri River that lasts for around half an hour and starts from the Chandragiri Bridge.
Day 4
Kappil Beach is an ideal destination for those who crave solitude. You can laze around here or hike to a small hillock, Kodi Cliff, for some spectacular views. Only 12km from the main town, Kappil Beach is a revered place for those seeking relaxation without the cries of hawkers and throngs of tourists. It is also one of the cleanest and most pollution-free beaches of Kerala.
Day 5
Bekal Beach is right adjacent to the fort. There are a few colourful fishing boats on one end while the rest of the beach is free for swimming and lounging around. Your typical hawkers are here offering candies, horse-carriage rides, fried food and even some magic shows.

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