Blue Water Beach Resort

Near Parambil Temple, Varkala, Kerala, 695141, India | Resort
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This resort is located on Near Parambil Temple, Varkala.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Water Beach Resort Varkala

    Reviewed by elainehayes

    The water was certainly blue!

    Reviewed Feb 22, 2013
    by (56 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We stayed in a non AC chalet, set in pretty gardens with a sea view. Our bed was comfy and the fan and water both worked well. The best part was listening to the waves crashing on the shore and walking just a few metres to a small but surprisingly clean beach, which we shared with fishermen hauling in their catch in the morning, and mending their boat during the day. There is a great coastal path running in one direction to Varkala where there are shops and restaurants along the cliff with the beach below and in the opposite direction past a couple of small resorts to Edava. We had lunch and dinner once and the food was good, but the menu is fairly limited and there were other places within walking distance. They are building some new chalets behind the restaurant which are much closer together than the existing units.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Water Beach Resort Varkala

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