Perched at the southern most extreme of India at a stunning locale of the confluence of the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, Kanyakumari (also spelt as Kanniyakumari), is an important pilgrim center. The vast expanse of the mesmerizing Kanyakumari has some of the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets, especially on full moon days.
A Visual Feast
Kanyakumari beach has a breathtaking sight with multi-colored sand
lapped by the outreaching ocean waves. You may not find the golden sand
to laze around while you sunbathe, but the beauty of colorful sands all
over has their own aesthetic appeal. The seashore is rough and rocky
with manmade embankment that adds to the beauty of the beach. A
lighthouse stands high on the shore from where one can have a splurge of
panoramic view of the area.
The merging three oceans make the seawater rough enough with the
hurtling waves breaking on the shore make the sight worth cherishing.
You can buy a host of colorful shells on the Kanyakumari beach for a
Kanyakumari is home to the world famous Vivekananda's rock, a huge
stone jutting out of the sea, which is said to be the place where Swami
Vivekananda meditated. The rock has the statue of Vivekananda and is a
memorial to him. A popular visit for the followers of Vivekanand and
people of Bengal, there are quite a Bengali hotels and restaurants
Sangam is the confluence of the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the
Indian Ocean. There is a kind of lagoon here formed by a series of
rocks, which is also being used a bathing ghat by people. You can enjoy
the warm and soothing waves breaking onto your body and get rejuvenated
under the bright sun and blue sky.