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Cherai Beach

Aahna
Cherai Beach Resort is a picturesque place with backwaters on one side and Arabian Sea on the other. After spending the day eyeing aquatic animals and relishing over a variety of delicacies with abundance of sea food and coconut, you can relax and stare at the stars from the depth of their own private pools.
Sapna Dhiman
Cherai Beach: Cherai Beach is a beach located in Cherai, a suburb of the city Kochi in the state of Kerala, India. One of the most visited beaches in the state, it is situated around 25 km from downtown Kochi and 20 km from Cochin International Airport. Worth the travel of 25 Km from Kochi city to the best beach near metropolis in India. Clean and vendor-free miles of silky sand where you can enjoy the sunset and sunrise. It is easy to find your own oasis of the private beach far from the madding crowd. Enjoy the sunshine and the waves.
Hrishikesh Baruah
Once the conductor tells you to get down at the designated place take an auto to the beach. Ensure to keep an eye on a bridge dividing a backwater in 2 parts. You can see the Chinese fishing nets engaging here as well. Soon after crossing the backwater you'll reach the Cherai beach. Cherai is a small yet beautiful and clean beach. There are quite a few restaurants as well, and couple of them will serve alcohol also. Post some good seafood and couple of beers we went to the beach to immerse in the warm sea-water. If you want then you can also indulge in water sports as well. On return we booked a Uber as it got dark to catch a bus.Jew Town
Samriddhi Saraswat
This was his sweet little place where I was his guest and below was the view from my room. I was amazed, just spell bound to witness this immense beauty in front of my eyes. Just few fishermen were doing their chores.
Samriddhi Saraswat
Day 3- I crashed at Mr Shibu's place for free through couch-surfing. He was warm enough to accommodate me at his Villa. At the night of my 2nd day, when I reached his place it looked haunting. There was nothing but silence and darkness and I was bit skeptical about the whole idea. But patience has its own virtue.