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Beypore Beach Tours

Kerala, the land of coconuts and backwater also famous for its exotic Beaches. Beaches in Kerala are among the finest beaches of India. Kerala seaside is lined with sandy beaches, rocky promontories and coconut palms that definitely merit a visit in every tourist itinerary. Some most beautiful beaches in kerala are kovalam beach, fort kuchi beach, varkala beach, kappad beach and many other beaches.
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Beypore Beach Tours

One of the prominent ports and fishing harbors of ancient times in Kerala, Beypore Beach was once an important trade and maritime centre, lying just 10 km south of Kozhikhode. The boat-building yard at this beach is famous for the construction of uru, a traditional Arabian trading vessel. Situated at the mouth of the Chaliyar River in Kozhikhode district, a unique feature of the Beypore beach is a bridge built nearly 2 kms into the sea, made up of huge stones piled together, making a pathway into the sea. Beypore is well connected with as distance of just 11 kms from Calicut.

The Beypore beach is an ideal place for relaxation and unwinding yourself. There are a plethora of activities that can be done on the Beach itself while enjoying a holiday. Sunbathing on the Beach and treating yourself to a bronze tan while taking a leisurely walk all around in the nearby villages and getting a peek into the traditional village culture of Kerala, South India. Due to its close proximity with Kozhikhode and Calicut, anyone lazing at the Beypore Beach can also go to these districts for sight seeing. A fledging wood industry thrived in Beypore ship building activity. Now, past its prime, the wood industry is just a shadow of its former self. Still huge logs can be found floating down the river and is reminiscent of its glorious past.





Things to do
Things to do in Kerala:

1. Ride a canoe:
Drift along serene waterways in a country craft, enjoy the breeze, answer a cuckoo's call. Wave back at the cheerful village children on the banks. Invite some of them to top in for a ride.

2. Wear jasmine in your hair: Get yourself a string of jasmine - the natural ornament for your hair. You could even pluck them fresh from a garden and string them yourself.

3. Visit the local markets:
Small stalls with fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, chicken. High-pitched salesmen luring you with impossible bargains. Visit these bustling markets, or chandas.

4. Stay in a tree house:

Spend romantic nights in tree houses, washed in the sweet scent of forest flowers. Let the sounds of the forest fill your dreams.

5. Have a mud bath:
Go in for mud therapy and discover its healing properties at the Kavil Bhavan Yoga and Cultural Centre at Nileswaram.
Don't Miss in Kerala
Malabar : Theyyams in the Kannur Kavus. A taste of Kallumakaya and Mappila fish pathiri. Halwa from Sweet Meat Street.

Kochi : The gateway of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in India.Birthplace of Adi Sankaracharya. A walk in St Thomas' footsteps. Bell-metal ware. Bathing in waterfalls.

The Western Ghats : Treks through Sahya Hills. Wildlife viewing from boat. Tea tasting in India's only Tea Museum. Spice shopping at Kumily.

Kuttanad : Backwater Cruise. Kallu, Kappa and Karimeen at Karimpankala. Backwater island.

Travancore : Houseboat-makers village. Late-night Kathakali in Thiruvalla. Elephant Camp at Konni