Bangaram Island, Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep islands (or Laccadives as they were formerly known) are a
geographical extension of the Maldive island chain. Referred to by many as
the "ultimate island paradise", each island floats serenely in a
sea whose water range from palest aquamarine and turquoise to deepest
sapphire and lapis lazuli. From all the 36 islands, Bangaram is the gem. The
beautiful island of Bangaram is everything you imagine to a tropical island
to be and from the moment you set foot on the blinding, soft, white sand,
you'll be totally enraptured by the exotic natural beauty of what can only
be described as one of the most exclusive tropical islands in the world.
Everything about the island is natural and simple. It has not been affected
at all by the outside world. The resort is made up of 30 simple huts. All
rooms are comfortably furnished with cane furniture, twin beds, ceiling
fans, stocked fridge and private shower (cold water only). The dining hut
serves buffet meals and is normally a mixture of local and continental
cuisine with fresh fish and tropical fruits. Next-door is the beach bar open
for most of the day, serving a reasonably wide range of spirits, wine and
Emphasis here is on natural beauty and simplicity a paradise for sun
worshippers, divers and snorkellers and anyone who wants to get away from it
all and have a relaxing "no frills" holiday.
All visitors to Lakshadweep Islands require entry permits. Please send the
following information at the time of reservation : Name, surname, address,
date of birth, place of birth, nationality, passport no, date of issue &
date of expiry.
Agatti airport is accessible by Indian airlines from Cochin.
Bangaram Island is accessible by boat / helicopter from Agatti