Inspired by the gentle and rustic culture of the local fisherfolk, Marari Beach offers complete relaxation in a tranquil setting. From the thatched cottages to the eclectic cuisine, everything here echoes the simplicity and harmony of Malabar’s coast. A nature lover’s paradise, this coast is comprised of many complex ecosystems, giving you the opportunity to discover an array of exciting species of plants, butterflies, birds and creatures of the sea. Far removed from the madding crowd, here you can soak in space and silence.
Amongst 55 acres of sprawling land and alongside the fish landing, you can enter the wondrous world of the fisherfolk: from hauling in the treasures of the sea, to bargaining for the best price at the bustling market.
At Marari Beach, nature is your constant companion. The bracing, gentle sun caresses your skin, embracing you in warmth as you stroll, swim or sit by the sea. For nature lovers, Marari showcases a rare and vibrant diversity. Our naturalists will tell you about the complex ecosystems that define the unique ecology of the Malabar coasts. Coconut groves stretch as far as the eye can see, and small ponds, alive with aquatic life, dot the lush green landscape. We have catalogued 97 species of butterflies, 350 species of endemic plants, 3 varieties of turtles, 10 types of frogs and around 80 species of birds that you will encounter here, depending on the season.