Manjeshwar is a beautiful coastal town famous for Cashew Nuts and as a Pilgrimage. It is located in the district of Kasaragod, on the northern side of God’s Own Country, Kerala, India. Manjeshwar has a rich history of unity in diversity and today, houses about 15 mosques and several temples. This beautiful little coastal town expands over an area of 24 square kilometres and is home to about 8500 inhabitants. The official language of the town is Malayalam and Tulu however; most of the locals also speak Kannada due to its proximity to Karnataka. The clean and fresh air, the natural surroundings and the simple lifestyle of the locals are worth experiencing at least once.
Air: The closest airport is the Mangalore International Airport which is about 48 kilometres from Manjeshwar. Tourists can hail public transport from the airport to reach the town.
Rail: The town has a railhead, the Manjeshwar Railway Station. Autorickshaws are easily available outside the station.
Road: Manjeshwar is accessible by road from Thiruvananthapuram (580 kilometres), Kanyakumari (670 kilometres) and Prasala (610 kilometres). Tourists can hail State Transport Buses to reach Manjeshwar.
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