Friday, April 30, 2010

The Secluded Elephant Beach of Havelock Island

Located at one remote corner of Havelock Island is Elephant Beach. One has to take a boat or go on a steep, but short trek to reach this desolate beach. But, once you have reached this beach, it is difficult to coax yourself to move out. Such is the pristine beauty of this place.

The inner reaches of this beach are made up of mangrove forests and slush, but the side close to the water is a sight to behold.

The sapphire coloured waters, the gentle waves, the bare trees, the vast horizon and the sense of being alone amidst this rapidly changing nature truly intoxicates one’s soul.

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