Kappad Beach in Kerala is where Vasco da Gama is believed to have landed in 1498 with 170 sailors. The Kappad Beach in Kerala is gentle and partly.
For the ultimate beach experience, plan your holiday at the Kappad Beach Tour Kerala.
Set amidst pleasant surroundings, the resort is the ideal place where one can combine relaxation with rejuvenating Ayurveda therapies.
The resort's unique cottages - each one is named after the Portuguese explorers who came to India - face the sea.
From the balconies of the upper floor rooms one can see glorious sunsets. The resort also arranges visits to Beypore where wooden Arabian Dhows or boats are still made.
The backwaters of the Kozhikode region has remained practically unspoilt even after the influx of visitors.
Elathur, the Canoli Canal and the Kallai River, both close to the beach are good places for boating.
Views of water reddened with the reflection of setting sun is particularly mesmerizing.
The gentle breezes that slap your face seems to remind you of the love that nature bestows upon all its creation.
In the evenings, shows on the traditional art forms like Theyyam, Kathakali and Kalaripayattu -- a martial art form typical of Kerala - are staged.
Kerala Kappad Beach Resort's circular restaurant specialises in the regional cuisine of North Malabar.
Eat your fill of fresh seafood. The open kitchen of the restaurant and the friendly chef makes the dining experience worthwhile.
Be with yourself, watch the clear sky and the rushing waves, walk in the cool water, make paper boats and sand castles, kick a ball......there are so many options to discover yourself in Kappad Beach Tour Kerala.
More great destinations can be found in the Explore Beaches in India page.