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10 points Decide if you are a beach or mountain person by reading this

When it comes to select between adventurous beaches and peaceful mountains most people find themselves in obfuscation what to choose. A specific place becomes harder for them when they have specified holidays and can’t go to both. Before deciding where to go on your next vacations, let’s know what these places really are.

What is a beach? It is an area of stones or sand located next to the sea or lake.  When we think about a beach, the first thing comes to our mind is Goa. Going to a beach is a great escape during a vacation.

Om beach Gokarna

When we talk about the mountains, what are mountains? Mountains are natural elevation on the earth’s surface rising less or more abruptly to a summit, mountains are at a higher altitude than hills which is at minimum 2000 feet. Going to mountains is a recreation and mind freshing. When it comes to holidays it becomes a tough choice to choose between one from both of them.

 According to research, it is believed that introverts prefer going to the mountains and extroverts prefer the opposite. It is said that people who live in the mountains are more introvert than people living in the flatter states. Both beach and mountains have their different qualities and it is totally up to a person’s preference where he or she prefers to go. If you feel stuck while deciding in between both there they both have some pros and cons which can make you decide for deciding between this tough choice.

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Chalal river side
1. Beaches are warmer while the mountains are colder

Nights get very cool in mountains as they are on very high altitude and in beaches, the weather remains warm as they are on plains.  

2. Mountains are rocky and beaches are sandy 

Beaches are located next to the water body or lake which are sandy.

3. Beaches are for sun lovers

 Mountains are shadier than beaches as the sun gets covered behind the giant mountains and the sun rays may not touch the ground for days.

Mirissa beach in afternoon
4. Peace in mountains, fun at the beaches

It is believed that if a person wants to know himself better, he should be in peace first. Mountains whole year are found to be secluded which provides perfect zone for self- development while beaches are believe to be crowded. 

5. Many lodging options are available on the beaches

Beaches have a wide range of lodging options while mountains have very few.

6. Closer to the mountains, closer to the lush greenery and fresh air

Beaches have humid air while mountains are full of vegetation and fresh air.

Mirissa beach hill lock
7. It’s the view you want

Beach leaves you with water views and mountain wows you with long views of peaky mountains.

8. Natural harmonical music

If you are either on the beach or mountain, you’ll be surrounded by water waves or soft breezy winds harmonical music.

Roads to chandartal
9. Food is delicious wherever you go

Beaches are well-known for seafood other than the pleasant food you’ll find in the mountains.

10. Clothing according to the place is a basic necessity 

If you are in slopes wear as many layers as you can and if in beaches be ready with your swimming suits on. It all depends on the number of clothes you want to put off or on your body.

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These are just 10 basic criteria to keep in mind while choosing between Mountains and beaches yet there are many more to add. 

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