Kerala covers about 10% of India’s coastline, accounting for over a population of 8 lakh people making their livelihood out of fishing and fishing-related activities. In addition to the coastal villages, there are even more people depending upon inland fishing in the state. This is contributed by the rivers, freshwater lakes, brackish water, backwaters and so on. We have one of the strongest fisheries department in all states of India. Kerala also contributes largely to

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Alleppey is famous for its house boat or Kettuvallam tourism. But to experience the true backwater life in Kerala, the best choice is to explore in a canoe. Now, do not mistake this for the normal kayak. Rather, this is a wooden, narrow boat, controlled using a paddle, a long bamboo bark. This is an adventure that will uncover before you like a movie. It will be your journey through the backwaters, among rows of

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"The authentically rebuilt 'Kerala houses' are beautiful and of higher standards than many much more expensive hotel rooms."- read a review written by Theodore, an Austrian tourist who visited Heritage Marari. This sheds more light on the effort and hardwork put into the making of our cottages in the traditional style. Kerala architecture is one that stays different from the Dravidian culture followed in the other Southern states of India. The major reasons for this

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White sanded beach is just 10 minutes walkable distance from our property. Enjoy a relaxed time on the

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Marari Salad was introduced by a famous international chef (who doesn’t want to be named) who stayed at Marari during one fine summer. Prepared from locally produced ingredients, the delicious Marari Salad is one of its kind, available nowhere in the world other than

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