10 Things to Do in Mararikulam That You Shouldn't Miss

December 3, 2017 Leonardo Torrence

Mararikulam is a beach village in the district of Alappuzha. The name comes from Marari ( Lord Siva) who is the main city of the place. It has the famous temple Mararikulam Mahadevar temple dedicated to Lord Siva(also called Marari by the locals). It is the fertile land of communism and it has a very beautiful beach which is known by the name Marari Beach or Mararikulam beach. There are two village panchayts for this village, Mararikulam South and Mararikulam North. Mararikulam North consists of parts of Mararikulam, Perunormangalam, Kanichukulangara, Beach, Poklasheri and Chennaveli. The South Panchayat consists of parts of Mararikulam, Kattoor, Pollathai, Valavanadu, Preethikulangara, Omanapuzha, Kalavoor, Pathirapally, and Chettikadu,
Restaurants in Mararikulam

1. Marari Beach

Marari beach Road | Mararikulam, Mararikulam 688006, India +91 99958 74042
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Marari Beach

Reviewed By xrayvision - regina

I really don't get the high ratings of all the Indian Beaches. Must be from people who have never been anywhere else. The beach is ok, not special, but littered with garbage. 4 small beach restaurants, with reasonable prices, but you can't get a beer on this beach. Definitely not worth the 300 rupees for a tuk tuk each way from Allepey

2. Thiruvizha Sree Mahadeva Temple

Tiruvizha Sree MahaDeva Temple Road, Cherthala 688530, India +91 478 286 4836
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Thiruvizha Sree Mahadeva Temple

Reviewed By sathyaswat - Chennai (Madras), India

Thiruvizha Sree Mahadevar Temple is one of the ancient temples in Kerala. The temple was consecrated by Swamy Vilwamangalam. This temple of Lord Kalakandha (Lord Siva who swallowed poison during Palazhimadhanam)is very famous for purifying the devotees by making them vomit out the poisonous elements eaten by them, using certain indigenous medicines.

3. Mararikulam Beach

Alappuzha District, Mararikulam, India +91 96000 17031
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4.5 based on 321 reviews

Mararikulam Beach

Reviewed By philip949 - Higher Kinnerton, United Kingdom

The best points are the expanse of soft sand and the magical sunsets out at sea. But the water's edge rapidly slopes down and in February whilst the sea was very warm like a bath the strong current and big waves made access difficult. Not really for children and weak swimmers.
The beach is public and vast. Great for dawn and sunset walks. We didn't see many people there and only a few were swimming. Some hotels have a lifeguard on duty but don't bank on it.

4. Velorvattom Mahadeva Temple

Cherthala, Mararikulam, India
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

Velorvattom Mahadeva Temple

Reviewed By Ajithsarma - Bengaluru, India

This temple has Lord Siva in two different forms in the same campus itself. The deity on the left of you is in the form of Kiratha moorthi , which as per myth is swayam bhoo, while the on the right is in Sivalinga form.
The Sivalinga form seems to be more powerful as the Balikall infront of it huge to avoid direct line of sight outside

5. Marari Ayurveda Panchakarma Centre

Mararikulam North | Beach Jn., Mararikulam 688523, India +91 99610 71888
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4 based on 24 reviews

Marari Ayurveda Panchakarma Centre

We provide the rich tradition of this ancient science of healing ayurveda for the mind body and soul in the purest and traditional form. Manufacturing of generic medicines in the purest form and the development of medicines for the treatment of new diseases. We provide authentic ayurvedic treatments to those who are in need and to make their life better through Ayurveda.

Reviewed By dwilk - Manchester

Stayed at the Ma rari Beach resort and a Tuk yuk took me to the centre. Recieved a very relaxing massage from the staff. Clean facilities and given a revitalising tea at the end of the massage. Transport back to the resort provided. Would recommend.Thank you so much sir. your support is more valuable for us.keep support sir. Thank you Dr.SHOBY

6. Mararikulam Mahadeva Temple

Mararikulam, India
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4 based on 1 reviews

Mararikulam Mahadeva Temple

Reviewed By mglrowan - Colchester, United Kingdom

There was nothing on when we visited, though there is a lovely peaceful feel about this place. The main festival is in February and I hope to return sometime to see that as I’ve heard it is spectacular.

7. Alappuzha Lighthouse

CCSB Road, Alappuzha, India
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4 based on 240 reviews

Alappuzha Lighthouse

Reviewed By jenwinter1 - Sheffield, United Kingdom

This lighthouse was lovely, and for a small sum of money we walked right to the top to see the fantastic views over the sea and also over the town of Alappuzha. It is near to lovely sandy Beaches, and a great walk along a very long harbour wall where we watched all the small fishing boats going out to sea.

8. Revi Karunakaran Museum

Revi Karunakaran Museum, XIII/990 A, | NH 47,Near Power House Bridge,, Alappuzha, India
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4 based on 209 reviews

Revi Karunakaran Museum

Reviewed By indiatours2009 - Thiruvalla, India

Nothing very special. Mostly collections of a rich German lady married to an Indian. The entry fee of Rs 150 is very high for this. May be they want to restrict entry to select people. Old Travancore paddy cultivation items and storage cabin is also in display. Photographs no allowed.

9. International Coir Museum

Kalavoor, Alappuzha, India +91 477 225 8067
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4 based on 77 reviews

International Coir Museum

Reviewed By indiatours2009 - Thiruvalla, India

You see actual coir and coir production of present days. Good to visit. Entry fee is Rs 20.Place nicely maintained.

10. St. Andrew's Basilica Arthunkal

Arthunkal, Alappuzha 688 530, India +91 478 257 2374
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4.5 based on 70 reviews

St. Andrew's Basilica Arthunkal

Reviewed By surikallakuru - Chennai (Madras), India

Overall a beautiful experience. The serene atmosphere was very fulfilling. Many devotees come here to get their hopes fulfilled. The premises is very well maintained and well done up One improvement that can be taken up is provision of clean wash rooms for the devotees.

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