The Radhanagar Beach is also known as the beach no 7 and is located in Havelock Island. It is voted as the best Beach in entire Asia in 2004 by the Time Magazine. The deciding factors were the depth of the sea, the quality of the sand and the sea. Being the best in the business, when it comes to the sea beaches in the world, there is no dearth of tourists visiting the on the Havelock Island, on any given day. Havelock Island is a picturesque place and boasts of beautiful beaches and lots of greenery all around. It is a paradise on earth resplendent with coral reefs, white sand beaches, and rare species of aquamarine life, palm trees and also dense forests in the interiors of the island. Havelock is located within a group of other islands that are collectively known as Ritchies Archipelago.
The beach is a crescent shaped long beach with white silvery sand. Viewing the sunset from this beach will give you memories that you would cherish for the rest of your life. The water body next to the beach is pristine and blue. It is imperative to say that the overall view is fantastic and brilliant. Taking a stroll on the silvery white sand in the evening along the sea shore, you will be able to soak in the nature at its best, with sound of waves splashing the beach and wetting your feet.
Whether you are a lover of solitude, or are a sports freak, whether you are fond of adventure or simply a romantic soul, you would absolutely love being on this stunningly beautiful beach. It is a place with complete peace and serenity, the water is crystal azure and you would certainly feel like being transported to the heaven on earth. Visit the Radhanagar Beach India, for complete relaxation and rejuvenation of your mind, body and also the soul. Spend a relaxed holiday trip or a on the beaches and get back to daily life completely refreshed. When you are visiting the sea side and the beaches, do not forget to pack in a lot of sunscreens and also the flip flops. Although there are no shops on the beach of Radhanagar, there are some small vendors that sell wares, trinkets and other paraphernalia near the beach. You can also shop to your hearts content at these small shops although you have to be extremely careful about bargaining.