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Located on the outskirts of Malad, Aksa beach is the perfect escape from the noise and chaos of city life.

With one of the longest coastlines in the region, you’ll have plenty of space to stretch out and soak up some sun. And the views? Oh, the views! The horizon seems to stretch on forever, making for the most epic photo ops.

But wait, there’s more! If you’re feeling adventurous, there are plenty of nearby attractions to check out, like the Kanheri caves, Mumba Devi temple, and Marve beach. And if you’re feeling peckish, don’t worry – the local vendors have got you covered with their delicious snacks.

Just be careful if you decide to take a dip in the water – the tides can be strong, so don’t go too far out unless you want to test your swimming skills. And don’t worry about the beach being ruined by urbanization – it’s still got that natural charm that will take your breath away.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your sunblock, your camera, and your sense of adventure, and head over to Aksa beach for a day of fun in the sun!

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Parking Difficulty : High
Walking Needed : For 100 meters
Time Needed : 2-3 Hours
Open Timings : 9.00 AM to 3:00 PM
Still Photography : Allowed
Video Photography : Allowed
Cooler Climate for most part of the year.
Carry Umbrella
Wear Comfortable Shoes
Wear Cotton Dress with pullovers
Carry Binoculars
Nearest Railway Station : Kodai Road Railway Station
Nearest Airport : Madurai Airport
Nearest National Highway : NH32
Nearest Landmark : Kodai Market

This beach has INS Hamla (a base of the Indian Navy) at one end and a small beach called “Dana Paani”.

It is not safe to swim as the currents are strong and the sands of the beach keep shifting because of the waves and people often misjudge them. Warning signs of swimming prohibition have been put on the beach and lifeguards have been appointed, however accidents are common, due to rapidly changing tides, and merging to two tide currents on the rocky beach and people ignoring warnings. The beach gets even more dangerous during Monsoon season, though 15,000 people are visiting the beach during weekends. Quicksand is also found in the waters, often causing danger.

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