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There are many restaurants that stretch along the cliff top. They're all pretty much the same, offering the same kind of tourist food which will cost more than in non-tourist areas. I remember eating breakfast at Green Palace and I had swordfish at Sunrise. Beer is available but you have to keep it out of sight in case local police come by.
Written Sep 22, 2009
the cliffs at varkala offer unmatched views of the arabian sea.
at sunset a myriad of colors descends and paints the sky from a flaming yellow to blood red orange as the sun sets.
try to get to the cliiftop from the beach along the stairway or alternative route.this will make you observe the freshwater springs better.
remember to take a flashlight or torch along as it can get really dark after sunset.
settle down into any restaurant shack on the cliff and let down your hair.have a cooooool drink and enjoy the trade winds.
small boats and fishing vessels cutting wakes into the evening sea
Dress Code: casual
Updated Sep 22, 2004
Address: varkala clifftop near helipad