Karwar – you wish to linger forever ..

Coming soon – The Mangalore to Karwar trail ..A slice of the west coast in India…karnataka’s beaches and temples as we drive down the coast, stopping by at beaches and taking in some spiritual moments..


  1. Aaarti 9 March, 2008 at 23:36 Reply

    wow, i would so love to head to the beach and soak my feet in the water…. lovely feeling…:)

    forgot to ask u = in chn or gone back?

  2. backpakker 10 March, 2008 at 11:18 Reply

    hey, the devbagh beach is beautiful..you must go there – there are too many pics -thats why I am posting them one at a time ..
    am back in bangalore 🙂

  3. dharmabum 10 March, 2008 at 19:45 Reply

    hey, no offense, but do you get paid for travelling? i mean, how the hell do you manage so many outings then, you lucky you 🙂

    oh, and yes, heard enough and more about karwar and its beaches

  4. flyingstars 10 March, 2008 at 21:09 Reply

    This is lovely….Vacationing in the sea beaches and watching the waves in the summer months does help refresh the mind & the body…I simply love it….beautifully captured shots too!

  5. GMG 14 March, 2008 at 15:16 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi, this week was another hectic one, so I’m sorry to have been a bit absent from here. Anyhow, TGIF, so I managed to drop by to see some wonderful pictures. Loved the beach, but the sand looked a bit too brown sugar… 😉
    Hope you enjoy Oia and its fabulous sunsets at Blogtrotter. Perivolos has black volcanic sand… Browner!
    Have a great weekend!

  6. backpakker 16 March, 2008 at 15:00 Reply

    alok – yes, its a very beautiful beach..there is so much to post actually

    dharamabum -planning to make travelling my vocation ..:)

    ceedy – anytime

    kalyan- after a long time, went to a beach and it was so serene ..untouched

    reeta -thanks..

    jeevan -thanks and welcome to backpakker..I love the foam ..

    David – karwar beaches are still not as commercialised as goa or kerala ..

    Indrani -thanks..I am going to post one at a time as there are quite a few

    Gill – thanks for dropping by , the sand may be brown , but the seas were either a snowy white or a brilliant blue at times

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