Situated at the northern end of Cherai Beach, Munambam beach (Muziris Golden Beach) is where the River Periyar flows into the Arabian Sea. It is a perfect place to sit and enjoy the views, and watch local fishermen in their traditional canoes and colourful boats. The stunning sunset forms the classic backdrop and provides marvellous inspiration to any keen photographer.

The Munambam Beach is about 30 kilometers away from Ernakulam. The beach has fine grained sand dotted with Chinese nets.The water has silhouettes of traditional canoes used by fishermen, and dolphins along the skyline. The beach also has an adjacent playground for the kids.

Munambam Beach – Most Beautiful Beach in Ernakulam District : VIDEO

Video – Prasanth Paravoor.

The physically-challenged people would shortly get an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the river-mouth up close from the Munambam-Muziris beach. The ramp, which is 19 meters long and 2 meters wide, would be inaugurated in the near future and would help the disabled to reach the one of the quaint spots in the district.

Before the project was launched, a ‘Mind Craft’ programme involving 30 persons, including people’s representatives, was organized in a bid to find ways and means to develop the beach. One of the suggestions that was raised in the programme was to build a ramp for the benefit of the physically-challenged people.

Ideal for kite flying, the beach also has many village homestays nearby.

Munambam is a suburb of Kochi, India at the north end of Vypeen Island, surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west, Periyar river on the east, and a mouth of the sea on the north . The main occupation of its inhabitants is fishing. Munambam is famous in Ernakulam and Thrissur districts for the presence of major fishing harbour in this region. It is also the mouth of the district major river Periyar which can be seen from the Munambam Muziris beach.

Source – Wikipedia, Manorama Online.