Offering an excellent setting for a relaxing vacation, Marari attracts people from all walks of life. The tranquil atmosphere offered by Marari can never be found anywhere else. The limitless expanse of sea, sprawling beaches, swinging coconut and palm groves and the serene ambience adorns this place making it a paradise for nature lovers. Marari was an unfamiliar fishing spot a few decades back, but now it is an emerging tourist destination.
Marari Beach and the Mararikulam Mahadeva temple are the popular attractions in Marari. For an exquisite holidaying with family and friends, Marari Beach is the best. The Marari beach provides you with the opportunity for safe swimming, boat cruising, and other beach sports and activities. You can also enjoy sunbathing at the beach. A long leisurely stroll along the sandy beach in the evening with the beautiful sight of the sun kissing the sea is worth experiencing. The huge Chinese fishing nets hung along the shore is worth to capture in your cameras.
The St. Sebastian shrine in Arthunkal is an internationally renowned pilgrimage centre in Arthunkal. The Kokkamangalam Apostle St. Thomas Pilgrim Centre will content your pilgrimage tour. Marari is a charming place to enjoy pure relaxation and rejuvenation. Don't forget to try the seafood dishes in Marari.
Go for a picnic at Marari and spend a lazy afternoon at its tranquil beach.
St. Francis Church
Mararikulam Shiva Temple
St. Thomas Pilgrim Centre
Things to Do
Best Time to Visit
October to February is the best season with a sunny, dry and chilling weather to visit Marari. The temperature reaches up to 36ьз╕C during summer (March-May) resulting in hot and dry weather. From June to September, Marari receives an incredible amount of rainfall.
Way to Reach
By Air : Cochin International airport is 71.6 Km away.
By Train : Alleppey Bus Station is 15.4 Km away.
By Road : Alleppey Railway Station is 14 Km away.
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