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Reviews of Cherai Beach • 13
Once the conductor tells you to get down at the designated place take an auto to the beach. Ensure to keep an eye on a bridge dividing a backwater in 2 parts. You can see the Chinese fishing nets engaging here as well. Soon after crossing the backwater you'll reach the Cherai beach. Cherai is a small yet beautiful and clean beach. There are quite a few restaurants as well, and couple of them will serve alcohol also. Post some good seafood and couple of beers we went to the beach to immerse in the warm sea-water. If you want then you can also indulge in water sports as well. On return we booked a Uber as it got dark to catch a bus.Jew Town
This was his sweet little place where I was his guest and below was the view from my room. I was amazed, just spell bound to witness this immense beauty in front of my eyes. Just few fishermen were doing their chores.
Day 3- I crashed at Mr Shibu's place for free through couch-surfing. He was warm enough to accommodate me at his Villa. At the night of my 2nd day, when I reached his place it looked haunting. There was nothing but silence and darkness and I was bit skeptical about the whole idea. But patience has its own virtue.
Lined with luscious green coconut groves , this sandy beach is a unique combination of the sea and the backwaters, studded with seashells of various hues and shapes.
The next day proved to be rather an interesting one that had a very mundane start. The industry that we visited was FACT, a fertiliser plant in Kerala. The visit was quickly wrapped up in an hour and we all left for the Cherai beach. The beach is an hour and a half ride from the hotel, which we spent dancing and singing in the bus. The sea welcomed us with its pleasant temperature and beautiful view and we wasted no time in running into the water. The beach took up the whole evening as we enjoyed ourselves immensely.The faculty then decided to take us to the “Marine Drive of Cochin”, a smaller version of Mumbai’s marine Drive. It was serenely lit and was bustling with crowds as a group of 100 enlarged the crowd further. We returned to the hotel and prepared ourselves for a long travel the next morning to Munnar.October 4, 2013
Day 3 :- Fort Kochi Cherai BeachLocated at a distance of 40 kms from Fort Kochi by road the jetty cuts the distance by half. Early morning after breakfast we rode on the scooty. First we crossed a small stretch of water reducing the distance by 20 kms .Then compensated this by following the google map which was giving wrong direction. I would say the road was pretty good and the ride was smooth.
Cherai BeachCherai Beach is known to be a haven for swimmers. But more than anything, it is known forcleanliness and hygiene which make it an absolute delight to explore. Thick coconut groves add to the charm of Cherai Beach. With a shoreline of around 10km, the beach stretches out for a long span and will keep you charmed.
Also after hearing the sound of the waves, I was totally in love with the awesome beauty of Nature...Like wise in Cherai beach, walking on the beach, fighting with the waves was speechless...On the roads of Kerala, you can see plenty of huge Coconut trees..Cute girls with bindis on their forehead..Every lady with a Gajra in the Hairs...And gentlemen in Lungis... totally Cultural....Nariyal Paani...Dosa...Rice...Sambhar....Nariyal Chatni....and Rasam is Unforgettable..Yet most of the places are yet to be explored, but till then I would like to share few of my experiences in Kerala "Creative art by God" ....Thank you ! Namaskar!
Next morning we visited Cherai beach for a beautiful morning well spent and then traveled to the exciting Fort kochi. The journey was something very amazing. We had to take a ferry that carried us along with our car to the beautiful Fort Kochi.
A picturesque beach, located on the north-end of the Vypeen Island is ideal for swimming. Lined with luscious green coconut groves and paddy fields, this sandy beach is a unique combination of the sea and the backwaters, studded with seashells of various hues and shapes. Dolphins are occasionally seen here. Thick coconut groves and Chinese fishing nets on the waterfront are added attractions. I had my lunch from a restaurant near cherrai beach, if you are a seafood lover u will get lots of restaurants serving good sea food near by the beach. Then after having lunch went to munambam beach.
It was a very long drive from the ferry stop to the beach, and we drove through a road with no other car on it. I grew vigilant and kept my phone in my hand just in case I needed to make an emergency call. But this path was much more green than any other part of Kochi, and we passed through several backwaters, and I really enjoyed the whole drive. To save on car parking charges my driver dropped me off on one end of the beach, which was a bit remote. All I could see was two fishermen tending to their boats and net. It took me some time to reach the crowded section of the beach.
Cherai Beach is located in Paravur Taluk, Kerala, India. Cherai Beach is just 25 km from Kochi, and 30 km from Cochin International Airport and the nearest railway station is Aluva.We stayed at Club Mahindra Resort, Cherai Beach. It's quite well located with roaring sea on one side and calm and serene backwaters on the other. The resort has sea facing rooms as well as cottages facing the backwaters. We went on a trip to see Jumping Fish. It was quite an experience watching fish jumping around you.Cherai Beach water has quite a lot of weeds and is very crowded during the evenings. Best time to goto the beach is early morning.
Cherai Beach is known to be a haven for swimmers. But more than anything, it is known for cleanliness and hygiene which make it an absolute delight to explore. Thick coconut groves add to the charm of Cherai Beach. With a shoreline of around 10km, the beach stretches out for a long span and will keep you charmed.