Gokarna is a potpourri of temples with its very traditional South Indian temple-town vibe on the one side, and the completely opposite, hippie, beach vibe on the other. You need to be there to see how the town holds all of it together so gracefully! I’ll not lie to you. This blogpost is going to be long, but it is the perfect guide to Gokarna. In addition to this, you can watch my video wherein I have tried to capture the soul of Gokarna for you all.
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I am not an avid traveler and I don’t see myself becoming a globe trotter in future. But I’d like myself some new sights and experiences once in a while. As a child, I haven’t traveled at all. Tours and excursions were a rarity in our family. I used to yearn to go on long vacations like my friends, but that just didn’t happen. Instead, I found those adventures and new friendships in the books I read. Hence, this was a beginning for me where the world of traveling opened itself before me.
Sumptuous Food at Narikulam Tharavadu and beautiful scenic views at Nedungad Boat Jetty, Vypin. A must visit for all who come to Kochi.