Kanvatirtha Beach Road, Thalapady, Karnataka 671323, India
About Kanvatirtha Beach
Beach with a large natural pool spreading along its side.
Kanwatheertha Beach (also known as Kanvatirtha/ Batpady Beach) is the northern most beach of Kerala's coast in the district of Kasaragod. Located 30 km away from Kasaragod town and 3 km from Manjeshwar, this beach, like many of the other beaches of Kasaragod district is relatively unexplored.
The large pool formation
The large, natural swimming pool like formation at the beach called as the Kanawa Theertha is the major attraction here. The pool is void of harsh waves from the sea. However, we are not sure if its alright to swim in the pool/ beach as the available information is limited. If you plan to do so, please check with the locals and make sure that it is safe to swim.
Views at the beach
The beach is bordered by coconut trees giving it a lush green cover. The beach(around 4 km in length) offering panoramic view of the Arabian Sea, with its sands basked in the sun and coconut trees dancing in its edges is a treat for the eyes. The beach is fairly clean and tidy owing to the fact that there are few visitors yearly.
Getting to Kanwatheertha Beach
Kanwatheertha Beach is located near to Manjeshwar (3km), the border town in Kasaragod District of Kerala State in Southern India. Manjeshwar is situated near the border of Kerala and Karnataka States and is accessible from Kasaragod Town (28km) by buses. The nearest major railway station too is at Kasaragod.
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