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Bharatpur beach is located just next to the Neil Jetty. The beach has a long sandy patch, tourists from all over the world love Bharathpur because of its backdrop unimaginably designed by the creator. This beach is the hub of all the water sports activities in Neil Island.
This is the first beach you will notice on getting down at Neil Island. The beach turns very long during low tides and during high tides the water touches the roads. There are many stalls for shopping and eateries in the beach side.
How to reach ?
It is walking distance from the beach. You can hire a cab in case you want to come here from your hotel.
The activities do start here from 8 am and almost finish by lunch time.
What to see ?
The long stretch of Bharatpur beach, especially during low tide.
What to do ?
Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Glass Bottom boat ride and Jet Ski are some of the must do activities in Bharatpur beach.
What to eat ?
There are many stalls in the beach serving Sea food, fruit chats and other Indian food items..
What you should not miss.
Do not miss the under water coral life and fish life, you can get to see these by either snorkeling or glass bottom boats.
What you can skip
You can skip the glass bottom boat ride in case you have already done Scuba Diving.
All types of turists.
A customized tour gives you the best experience to visit and anjoy in nature's lap.
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