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Visit world's most unique beaches under Rs.7 lakh

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  • Take a break from the mundane with a vacation just under Rs.7 lakh

  • Explore some the most exceptional beaches around the world

  • Get a breakdown of the cost involved for your next holiday

If you’re a traveller who just can’t get enough of the sun, sand, and surf – it’s time to be introduced to some of the fascinating less-known beaches around the world. Travel to some of the offbeat beaches across the globe within Rs.7 lakh.

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Azure skies, crystal clear waters, warm sun, salty air, and soft sand between your toes – can holidays get any better? Not if they’re topped with a glass of Sangria! If overcrowded beaches have been breaking your bubble of a relaxing vacation, here is a path less-trodden. Explore out these unusual beaches across the globe, what’s best that you can visit them in just under Rs.7 lakh.

Walk on green sand in Hawaii

Located on the southern point of the island of Hawaii, the Papakolea Beach gets its colour from the mineral olivine, which was originally part of the lava eruption around 50,000 years ago. It is one of the world’s four green beaches, and a must-visit.
Make your trip to the Kona airport in Hawaii economical by travelling via British Airways within Rs.1,80,000 for a roundtrip for two. Before hitting the sand, book your stay at resorts like Royal Kona Resort or Kona Seaside Hotel for Rs.10,000 a night for a deluxe double bedroom.

Hop into a local shuttle or a shared cab by paying a one-way fare of Rs.130 per person.This will drop you at the parking to the Papakolea Beach. The beach is a 20-minute walk away from here.

Explore local eateries like Original Thai, Lemongrass Kona, and Big Island Grill to satiate your taste buds, and don’t forget to buy your stock of the world-famous Kona coffee from here. If lazing around isn’t what you had in mind, you can try water adventure sports, prices start at Rs.6384 onwards per person.

Play hide and seek at the hidden beach in Mexico

Natural formations as well as test bombing by the Mexican Government on Merieta Islands in the early 1900s led to the birth of the Hidden Beach also known as the Playa de Amor. Located West of Puerto Vallarta, this beach seems like it has been surrounded by a cave with an open roof that lets in the sky. It is accessible only through a long water tunnel and can be navigated by swimming or kayaking.

To visit this place, a return ticket for two on Delta Airlines will cost you around Rs.2,12,000 to reach Puerto Vallarta. Once there, you can check into a resort and drop off your luggage, before setting out to explore. A stay at the Hotel Encino will require you to spend Rs.3,500 per night for a twin room. You can up your budget and stay for five-star accommodations like Luna Liquida at Rs.10,000 per night for a twin room. Beach front hotels in budget-friendly prices of Rs.3,500 to Rs.6,000 per night are a dime a dozen in this part of Mexico.

You can take a guided kayaking trip for about Rs.5,000 each to the hidden beach. But that’s not all. You can also opt for tour packages to explore the city like the Jeep Safari tour or the Segway tour starting from Rs.4500 per person. You’ll find churches, boutique shops, and art galleries in this beach resort town.

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Collect stars on the beach in Iriomote, Japan

Hoshizuna no Hama is a Japanese beach known for its star-shaped sand. These star-shaped grains of sand are fossils formed from marine protozoans dating back 550 million years. Travel to Ishigaki, the nearest airport to Iriomote within Rs.95,000 for a roundtrip for two. Opt for a ferry to reach Iriomote within 35 minutes at Rs.1019 each.

Once at Iriomote, book for a stay at Villa Unarizaki or Pine Kan starting at Rs.3,000 per room. While booking your stay, it is important to remember that visiting during the peak season, March to May, will result in you being charged double the rate for mid-range rooms. Once you figure out your stay, you can take a bus from the local bus stops to Hoshizuna no Hama, which is located West of Uehara in Iriomote. Apart from collecting stars, you can experience snorkelling, canoeing, and scuba diving here by paying about Rs.4028 per person.

A visit of any of these three unique beaches will make your next holiday a story worth telling! Financing for these trips made easy with a personal loan for travel, which allows you to borrow up to Rs.25 lakh at nominal interest rates.

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