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You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

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You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

The first name that crosses your mind when you talk about beaches in Kerala will be Kovalam or Cherai. But tucked away near a small fishing village in Kasaragod is Kasaba beach. Our photographer Fahad Muneer made a trip to this pristine beach. His pictures will leave you in awe. 

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

Efforts are on to develop Kasaba into a tourism hub. 

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

But fo now, the beaches are so deserted and peaceful that you can take a ride on the beach on your cycles. 

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

Kasaba is one of the places that see a huge variety of migratory birds coming in. 

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

Sunsets are pretty in Kasaba.

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

Kasaba is a fishing village. And yes, fishing is one of the major sources of income

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

An old man with the days catch.

You should not miss a trip to Kasaba beach

There is a lighthouse at Kasaba and a park. 

So when are you going?

Reaching Kasaba

Kasaba is in Kasaragod

The nearest railway station, Kasaragod, is nearly 5 km away.
There are frequent buses to Kasaba

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Kasaba is a village and people are a little conservative. 

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