Mararikulam, on the western coast of Kerala in the town of Alappuhza, is a beautiful village popular for its yellow sandy beach - Marari Beach. Some 10 kms off Alappuhza, the village is a charming fusion of shades of natural scenery and whips of historical times. Famous for coir making with age-old charm, Mararikulam invites tourists who want to relax and unwind at a tranquil place where the ocean is side-by and people are amicable.

Tourist attractions in Mararikulam are many where the Marari Beach is the foremost. Among many soft sand beaches, the Marari Beach stands out for its pristine water and swaying palm and coconut trees. Another big draw here is to accompany fishermen to the ocean and experience their customs and way-of-life. Tourists flocking here can enrich themselves with yoga, meditation and above all, Ayurvedic treatments.

The Kokkamangalam Church is another prime attraction here for tourists. Other notable tourist attractions in Mararikulam include the Shiva Temple, Cherthala Karthiyeni temple and Kanchikunglara temple. In a nutshell, if you want utmost peace, a slice of history, a company of charming people and above all, the romantic backdrop of an ocean, then head to Mararikulam to realize the dream stay!