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Beaches Of Tamil Nadu
 

Marina Beach
 

One of the longest in the world, the beach has a wide expanse of glistening golden sands. The area fronting the beach is beautiful landscaped. Worthy of special mention is a group of bronze figures by the renowned Indian sculptor, Debi Prosad Rai Chaudhari, eulogizing the 'Dignity of Labour'. These apart, the beach-front offers some splendid examples of Indo-Saracenic architecture such as the Madras University, the Chepauk Palace and the Presidency College.

Marina Beach, Tamil Nadu

   
Muttukkadu
 

Backwater and estuary, Muttukkadu is ideal for rides on motorized boats or for wind surfing. Hire a pedal boat or a row boat for cruising leisurely. Muttukkadu is ideally suited for angling and fishing.

Muttukkadu, Tamil Nadu

 
Kanyakumari
 

India's Land's End. Kanyakumari or Cape Comorin is unique in being surrounded by three seas, the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian sea, and the confluence is called 'Thriveni Sangamam'. Here one can get a breath-taking view of the Sunrise and Sunset at their best. The multicoloured sand is yet another unique feature of the beach here. Kanyakumari is a famous pilgrim centre, too.

kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

 

Rameswaram
 

The serene beach and shallow water here are ideal for swimming and sunbathing.

    
Mandapam
 

This is the mainland linking the island of Rameswaram. It is the Gateway to many small islands. It is bestowed with a quite beach for sun and surf.

    
Kurusadai Islands
 

This is an ecological paradise situated off Mandapam. It is notable for coral reefs and rare species of marine life such as Dolphins. Permission from the Fisheries Department in Chennai is necessary to visit the Islands.

    
Covelong
 

40 kms away from the hustle and bustle of Chennai, Covelong is a salubrious village, brisk with fishing activities.