Beautiful Holiday Beach Shore
Having a vacation provides you to spend quality time with your family. If you want to have an alone time, then taking a break from long months of work will be a change of scene. It is not bad to take a vacation if you think you deserve it.
What better way to spend your vacation on a beach. Often a rarity, but we do come across a beach which de-stresses you with its serene beauty.
Uppada Beach is one such place which charms people. It is an ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of the cities. Here, tourists can spend some calm and serene holidays. Uppada Beach which is located on Uppada Road is 5 km away from the town of
Kakinada. The major attraction of this beach is its wide and stretchy shore. The beach has crystal–clear blue waters and sun kissed soft white sand along the shore. This virgin beach along with sun kissed soft white sand, golden sunshine and clear blue water of sea, attracts tourists from all over.
The clear water, the silver sand and the golden sun gifts the beach with a majestic beauty. The charm that is woven by the mesmerizing azure sky makes the Uppada Road Beach a unique place to visit. The calm waters, the lush green vegetation, and the swaying palm trees nearby attract beach lovers.
The sun kissed soft white warm sand is a perfect destination for sunbathing and tourists can enjoy swimming at this wonderful beach. But remember, beach is not just about sand and water, it is more than this. One can have a variety of activities at this beach. Shore activities like cricket, football, jogging and trekking can be fun and rejuvenating. And if you are done with it, you can fish with the fishermen taking you on their boats for deep water fishing.
Apart from this, the sun set here is very worth watching. This enthralling beach also has a beautiful well maintained park that adds to its beauty. You will find snack bars and local restaurants selling fresh seafood near the beach. As there is a port in Kakinada, there is a light house present, which rotates during the night time. This signal describes the sailors and fishermen to identify that they are near Kakinada.