Cochin Cherai Beach – The Princess of the Arabian Sea
Kerala is known as God's Own Country. A trip to Kerala is bound to provide you a lifelong experience of serene and tranquil atmosphere created by the flow of sea water and backwaters. Sightseeing of beaches, trees, plantations, gardens and villages is also very popular among the travellers. If you want to enjoy water sports, travel South India. The region is surrounded by Arabian Sea at the Western Ghats, Bay of Bengal at the Eastern Ghats and Indian Ocean at the extreme south that ends at Kanyakumari. Among all the South India beaches, Cherai Beach Cochin is quite popular among the tourists not only for its natural beauties, but also for the availability of numerous resorts with hospitality services that attract the global tourists round the year.
Cochin Cherai Beach is only 35 km from Kochi and 30 km from Kochi International Airport. It is located at Vypin Island. The 38 km long Vypin Island is well connected with Kochi by a series of bridges. On the other hand, regular boat services are available from Fort Kochi to Vypin Island. Other than the Cherai Beach which is located on Vypin Island, Puthuvype Beach and Kuzhuppilly Beach are also located here. A fishing harbour is constructed at the northern tip of Vypin which is commonly known as Munambam. This harbour is the largest one in Kochi. All these 3 beaches are also very popular among the travellers. One can observe the industrial development at Puthuvype as this place is gradually transforming into a major industrial hub in Kerala.
There are plenty of allures for adventurists at Cherai Beach Kochi. Having a length of 15 km, Cherai Beach has golden colour sands. It is Kerala's best golden beach and also sometimes called as 'The Princess of the Arabian Sea'. This place is extremely clean and has shallow waters that summons the tourists to enjoy swimming, volley ball, sunbathing and relax under colourful umbrellas. During the evening and night, the sea beach is illuminated brightly with the lights emerging from high-pole lamps that altogether provide a spectacular view to the tourists. View of sunset at Cochin Cherai Beach showers overwhelming bliss to the mind and body along with the incessant spreading of the mild warmth of the golden rays of sunset in the atmosphere.
Don't ever miss your wonderful chance of seeing and enjoying the charm of backwaters while you visit Cherai Beach Cochin. The backwaters are a great combination of lagoons, lakes and estuaries. In addition to catching fishes, prawns, crabs and other aquatic animals using traditional fishing methods, you can also admire the breathtaking view of the surroundings.