Marwanthe is a seaside village with Arabian Sea on one side and the Satuparnika river on the other side. Kodachadri Hills gives the sylvan village a hilly backdrop. The quiet beach still retains its pristine charm, though thousands of tourists visit here round the year. The seashore is covered with white sand, which stretches for miles and miles…
Tourists will enjoy the sunset at Marwanthe beach, when the sky goes pink and the waters take on a golden hue. This beach is very popular for its scenic beauty. The waters at the Marwanthe beach are also harmless for swimming. The colossal but calm tide of the water always invites one to come and play with them.
The dancing coconut trees and gentle winds add beauty to the natural environment of the beach. The serene beach is considered as the second most attractive natural beach in the world. There is a beautiful waterfall near the beach, called Belakal Teertha Falls. The place near the waterfall is a peaceful and a favoured picnic place among the populace. Another important tourist spot in the vicinity is the St. Mary's Island, which has volcanic rock formations.
Tourists visit Marwanthe beach round the year, but October to January is considered the touring season here. The tourists can reach here by road, air or train. Mangalore is the closest airport from Marwanthe. After arriving in Mangalore, tourists can hire a taxi or pick a bus to the beach. Mangalore is the closest railway station also. The Mangalore railway station is located at Kundapura, which is approximately 18 km from the Marwanthe village. Marwanthe is linked by road with Bangalore, Goa, Udipi and Gokrana. Tourists can hire private vehicles from these places to reach Marwanthe beach. Various accommodation options are available at Marwanthe. All these make a short beach holiday at Marwanthe beach a wonderful experience.
Last Updated On: 2011/07/11