Best MonthsDecember - May
Traveller TypesFamilies, Friends
Rank3 out of 58 attractions in Mangalore
Places to stay near Tannirbhavi Beach
Reviews of Tannirbhavi Beach • 5
TannivBhavi: When words fall short, pictures speak. Watching those gigantic waves to kids learning surfing, couples holding hands and families bonding over the sound of sea made my heart melt. This beach is an absolute beauty and it is comparatively safe to go inside the water . There are lots of trees off the shore making it one of the relaxing beach where you can sit for hours without getting bothered by sun. After spending 2 hours on this beach we took the rickshaw back to our hotel.It's a must visit beach in Mangalore.
We spent half an hour and then we headed to Tannirbhavi Beach, a famous beach in Mangalore. It has almost whitish sand, several food stalls, and benches to sit. The sun was setting and it was the perfect coast to catch a glimpse of the orange skies and sun.
Once you get down from ferry/boat , you have to walk for 10 mins to towards beach and through that walk you will notice local boys playing volleyball or football on muddy ground and enjoying their evening . Tannirbhavi beach has some basic facilities like life guards, proper toilets, a parking lot, a couple of small eateries and concrete benches.This is again another eye catchy , little crowded and awesome white sand beach . Either you can sit on bench and watch divine beauty across beach or take walk through and give your feet touch of white crystalline sand . I would not recommend to go into water and get water cause water is so salty and it is very risky to go inside so better just get your feet wet only .
Tannirbhavi Beach: It was spic and span as there were very few eateries on the beach. The beach is decorated by wonderful sea- shells and stones. 12 kms from Mangalore city, but parking facilities are available. Few benches are available too for watching mesmeric sunset view.
A please, less crowded dry beaches in Mangaluru