Kappil Beach is a spectacular beach-backwater destination in Kasaragod district. It is a serene location that attracts its visitors with its captivating beauty. It is one such beautiful beaches in Kerala which is less crowded, pleasant and calm where one can take delight in picnicking with your family and friends. The large black rocks on the reddish tinge of sandy beach not only adds extra beauty to the place but also provides the perfect place to do yoga and meditation. The Kodi Cliff near the beach is a striking place which enthralls everyone, providing an amazing view of the everlasting stretches of water and the open blue sky. The Kodi Cliff is on the move of attaining the status of a local trekking point. And the most exciting part of picnicking at the Kappil Beach is climbing the Kodi Cliff in company with the majestic glory of the Arabian Sea.
- Kappil Beach is a reddish tinge of sandy beach with the backdrop of black rocks.
- Kappil beach is moderately shallow which makes it ideal for swimming and sunbathing.
- Bekal Fort which is one of the popular forts of great historical significance in Kerala is the prime attraction near the Kappil Beach.
- Kodi Cliff is a striking place near the Kappil Beach which is attaining the status of a local trekking point that attracts many thrill seekers.
- Kappil beach is one of the rare beaches in Kerala where dolphins are occasionally spotted.
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Way to Reach:
Mangalore International Airport and Cochin International Airport are the nearest airports to Kappil Beach which are situated at a distance of 50 Km and 200 Km respectively. From there, one can hire a taxi or board a bus to reach Kappil Beach.
Bekal Fort Railway Station and Kasaragod Railway Station are the nearest railway stations to Kappil Beach which are situated at a distance of 7 Km and 13 Km respectively. From there, you can either board a bus or hire a taxi to reach Kappil Beach.
Many state transport buses and private buses easily run from major cities like Kottikulam and Kasaragod to Kappil.