The property comes with its own private beach and most of the rooms are sea-facing. The team is efficient, and they do their level best to make sure your stay is comfortable and safe. I had planned to watch the famous Kandanaar Kelan performance and the temple was 24kms from Kannur. The guys at Manshore helped in arranging the transport and made sure we witnessed the performance at 3AM.
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Tips for watching Theyyam
1. Be respectful of the culture. Take photos but don’t run around and disturb the people performing.
2. Avoid shorts and too much skin show. Most of the performance happens in temples and Kaavus. Though it’s not a strict rule, it’s better to wear clothes that cover your knees and your shoulders.
3. Though performances happen round the clock, be sure to catch one or two in the late night or early morning. That’s when the fire comes out!
4. You are allowed to get a blessing from the Kolam who performed the Theyyam
Hope this read gave you an idea of how stunning Theyyam is! Make sure to add it to your India bucklist this year!