Ngapali Beach

ngapali beach
The place preserves its fishing-village roots with small boats heading out day and night to catch a bounty that is later served up superfresh in restaurants and hotels. Ox-drawn carts amble along the beach as locals find the sand-ways a smoother ride than the rough one-lane road. And barely a dozen bungalow-style resorts over 2 miles gives a lot of space on the beach. Peak season is from November to March. Things get even quieter in rainy season (mid-May to mid-September) when flights dip to twice a week and most hotels either shut up shop or keep open only a handful of rooms

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