Muzhappilangad Beach

Coastal Malabar

14.3/5(12 Ratings)

Muzhappilangad Beach Overview

Ranked 1 of 8 sightseeing in Coastal Malabar

Muzhappilangad Beach is situated 15 km south of Kannur and is one of the longest beaches in Malabar region. It is a clean beach which is protected by black rocks and is known for its shallow water that is suitable for swimming. Tourists can enjoy swimming and sun bathing at this beach, which is just 4 km away from Tellicherry.

Travellers can visit the Dharmadam Island or the Green Island, which is situated across the Anjarakkandy River. This beach is around 95 km from the Calicut International Airport and is located at a distance of 15 km from the Kannur Railway Station. Tourists can also travel by taxi or auto rickshaw from the Thalasseri Railway Station, which is 8 km away from this beach.

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Muzhappilangad Beach

Victor Ferns
12th Nov 17

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      Akshay Ac

      Akshay Ac5.0/5

      23 reviews

      Muzhappilangad drive in beach

      It is mostly in movies that we see a hero driving or riding on a beach with a girl behind! Doesn't it give a romantic feel and make you want to find a place like that? Visit muzhappilangad drive in beach and experience this yourself. This is one of the favourite places of tourists visiting Kannur.
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      • Muzhappilangad drive in beach

      Shijo Thomas

      Shijo Thomas3.6/5

      41 reviews

      Longest drive in beach

      ASIA'S longest drive in beach is just 15 kms from Kannur called Muzhappilangad Beach. Place is so popular that it's rare to be alone here at any time of the day. But mornings there is less rush, even the ticket issuer was missing when we went. This is definitely an experience, which is unlike any other beaches that I have gone to. Getting into the water is dangerous with all the cars on the beach. Avoid racing and be careful about the vehicles coming from opposite direction.

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      • Longest drive in beach
      • Longest drive in beach
      • Longest drive in beach

      Channabasveshwarayya Kalmath

      Channabasveshwarayya Kalmath5.0/5

      65 reviews

      Longest drive of beach

      The longest drive of beach in India located parallel to National Highway 66 between Kannur and Thalassery. It's a paradise to drive along the beach. There is beach festival in Month of April where lots of tourists gather here. It's a romantic place where one can see many local love birds.
      • Longest drive of beach
      • Longest drive of beach
      • Longest drive of beach

      Riju Vv

      Riju Vv4.3/5

      15 reviews

      Asia's longest Driving beach

      Here you can drive your vehicle in beach(also in sea). You can play in sea. I can also say it is a safe beach considering other beaches. Don't worry for playing in sea.
      • Asia's longest Driving beach
      • Asia's longest Driving beach

      Rahul Rajeev

      Rahul Rajeev3.6/5

      1 review

      Good to ride

      Good place to ride your ride, it is worth the visit. Nice place, nice long beach, it's good, fort nearby. Thalassery Biriyani is available, it's a fun beach and riding is good.
      • Good to ride

      Nikhil Raj

      Nikhil Raj4.3/5

      12 reviews

      Drift through the sands

      Yes, you want to push up your adrenalin drifting through sands in India head nowhere other than this beach. It is a drive-in-beach in God's own country, which is the longest in India. Just think even though Goa is much famous for beaches-they don't have a drive in beach. So don't get late, take your ride and head soon. The sunset and sunrise will also make you wordless.
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      Sulav Kumar

      Sulav Kumar4.3/5

      46 reviews

      Yes ! You can ride on water

      The city of Kannur holds the pride of having this unique beach. It's one of the very few beaches in Asia on which you can actually ride or drive. The beach is clean and good enough for taking a dive. Only one drawback - has no cafe or restaurant to fill your empty stomach. Exotic and excitingly road journey from Bangalore leads to this destination. Best time to visit would be Winter. However this place always has a tropical temp. Bangalore- Wayanad - Kannur can be the best trail.

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      • Yes ! You can ride on water

      Rumela Nellore

      Rumela Nellore5.0/5

      11 reviews

      Very neat and clean beach and best for kids

      One of the best drive in beach, very beautiful. Flat Beach idle for kids, the water is very calm. Beautiful view of Sunset, we enjoyed a lot. We sat there with chairs and it was a wonderful view.
      • Very neat and clean beach and best for kids

      Stence Francis

      Stence Francis5.0/5

      3 reviews

      India's best Drive and Beach

      Just two days before I visited Muzhappilangad Beach, it's been a wonderful experience with my friends, enjoyed a lot. Apart from all other beaches in India Muzhappilangad Beach has its own specialities as I said it was India's best or maybe Asia's best Drive in Beach. And also the ambiance which I experienced there was really good..

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