A trip to Gokarna can be a life-changing experience. Many people from all over the world travel to this temple town at their own conveyance as part of a holiday retreat in South India.
Gokarna is a multicultural tourist hub. The beaches in Gokarna attract visitors, who throng the picturesque spots against the shorelines of the Arabian Sea after coming here in groups or individually.
When exploring the beaches here, you may come across foreigners with a diverse set of interests. If you are good at befriending people with confidence, you can join natives from any country performing beachside activities at the Om Beach or the Kudle Beach. Be it the Brazilians performing the samba dance on the beachside, or Spanish playing Frisbee, you can just ask politely to join them and have some fun time.
If you befriend anyone including the hippies in Gokarna, try to listen to their traveling experiences in the temple town and write it down in your travel diary among other things. Who knows, maybe staying in a beachside place and talking to people about their travel tales may inspire you to come up with something new like a business concept or something that may persuade you to stay back in Gokarna.
Spending idle time by people watching or being a beach bum has its own benefits when in the town in Karnataka’s Uttara Kannada district. If you are not convinced, book a room in a beachside shack, and enjoy the nightlife in Gokarna doing beachside activities. An example can be sitting around the bonfire there with mostly anonymous travelers chatting in their own languages. Somebody may get to start play music and others may sing along with the blue ocean lingering in the backdrop.
No trip to Gokarna is complete with tales that unfold inside the beachside cottage. The South Indian monsoon is almost here and it is that offseason time in the year when beachside shacks remain closed. That is when tourists opt for budget hotels in Gokarna for getting an overall memorable stay, which might give you more stories to add to your diary.