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Triveni Sangam Kanyakumari is the confluence of the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. There is a form of lagoon formed here by a series of rocks, which is also being used a bathing ghat by people. One can enjoy the warmth of soothing waves breaking onto your body and get rejuvenated under the bright sun and blue sky.
Hovering at the southern most extreme of India at a spectacular milieu of the meeting of the three seas – Kanyakumari, is a significant pilgrim and tourist spot. The vast stretch of the mesmerizing Kanyakumari has some of the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets, especially on full moon days.
Kanyakumari beach has a magnificent view with vivid sand lapped by the outreaching ocean waves. The seashore is rough and rocky with artificial embankment that adds to the beauty of the beach. A lighthouse stands high on the shore from where one can have a spree of panoramic view of the area.
The merging three oceans make the seawater uneven with the hurtling waves breaking on the shore make the view worth relishing.