By Holiday Times Traveler
Cherai Beach is one of the beaches where the sea age is “young”. The force of sea can be felt on the beach. Its current and blue waves gives adventure feeling. The beach is less traveled because there is very less known facts about the holiday destination. The sunset is beautiful and reflecting sun on sea water makes it Orange/ Golden sea.
What Kerala Tourism Authority wrote info on their website:
Around two dozen kilometres from the industrial district of Ernakulam and to the side of the Vypeen Island lies every swimmer’s paradise, Cherai Beach. It is a favourite haunt of those looking for a relaxing swim with the backdrop of coconut groves being the added incentive. It provides a wonderful view of the famous Chinese Fishing Nets or Cheena Vala well. The nearby shacks provide you with fresh cuisine that fills you up perfectly after a delightful swim.
The seashells found here are unique and one often runs into dolphins in this area. It is the ideal blend of both the backwaters and the sea. The area itself has seen many new resorts and hotels crop up, which have facilitated the increase in tourist activity. Today it is amongst the most visited beaches in Kerala with a view that make it near impossible to tear yourself away once you get there.
Nearest railway station: Ernakulam Junction, about one km from the main boat jetty
Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport, about 20 km
Courtesy: Info and Photo by Kerala Tourism Authority