The startlingly calm beach community of Mararikulam is situated within the Kerala based city Alleppey. Blessed with an enchantingly calm tropical climate all throughout the year, Mararikulam is particularly known for its Marari beach.
Listed among the world’s top five hammock beaches by National Geographic survey; this beach is ideal for tourists seeking solitude and peacefulness. The quaint town is also frequented by nature enthusiasts who wish to peacefully explore the varied species of butterflies, land birds and abundant plant life native to the coast in South India.
The Tranquil Marari Beach
Marari beach, also known as the Mararikulam beach is an incredibly beautiful stretch water where white foamy waves lap against the clean sand. Since the area is mainly frequented by fishermen, the beaches are pristine and unsoiled making them perfect for an exotic getaway.
Tourism in Mararikulam
Travelers visiting Kerala can head off to Mararikulam for some quiet time on the secluded and serene beach. Tourists can also look forward to sighting plenty of rare flora and fauna in the Mararikulam region that is fondly dubbed as a nature lover's heaven. The area is frequented by naturalists as well as ornithologists who wish to keenly explore the Malabar coasts’ thriving ecology.
Interestingly, quite a few species of rare turtles, over ten varieties of frogs and a myriad of birds are native to the region. In addition to this, travelers can hope to spot close to a hundred different types of butterflies and innumerable assortment of endemic flora in Mararikulam.