Mararikulam is a beach town located in Alappuzha district of Kerala. A small fishing village is turned into amazing hot tourist spot by the splendid nature treasures in the form of pristine beaches, golden sands, picturesque landscapes, historical forts, holy Churches, sacred temples and delicious sea foods. Best place to amuse water sports like Beach volleyball, skiing, surfing and Para sailing. Tourists can enjoy lip smacking sea foods at beach restaurants and resorts. Marari beach is the top most tourst attraction in Mararikulam.
Must See Places
Marari beach is located 60 km from Cochin, popularly known as Mararikulam. It is perfect tourist paradise with stunning back waters, scenic surroundings, green palm trees and vast expanded Arabian Sea. The tranquil beauty of Kerala is best experienced in Marari beach. It is pristine and secluded beach famous for water amusements.
Mararikulam Shiva Temple
It is a sacred Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, well known for its amazing architecture of Kerala. Thiruvathira, Mahashivaratri, Navarathri and Ashtami Rohini are the famous festivals celebrated here with pomp and gaiety.
Alappuzha beach – one of the attractive beaches of Kerala, popularly known as Alleppey beach. Fresh water lagoons and rivers are highlights of this beach. Cherthala – a popular place of worship. St.Andrew Church, St Joseph Church, St.Thomas Church and Kadavil Bhagavathi temple are most popular religious spots to visit.
How to reach Mararikulam
Cochin international airport is 64 km from Marari beach
Marari is easily reached from Cochin railway station. It is around 5 km from Cochin railway station.
Several state and private buses are well connecting Marai beach to Cochin. From Cochin various districts and cities of Kerala are easily reached.
In summer 22-28°C, in winter 12-33°C. Best visited throughout the year.