Bangaram Island

  • Location: 10°-56* North Latitude 72°-17* East longitude, located 459 kms, from Cochin
  • Population: uninhabited
  • Land Area: 2.30 sq. Kms.
  • Climate: The climate of the island is warm round the year

The jewel of the Lakshadweep - Bangaram Island, The Lakshadweep or Laccadives, as they were formerly called, are a string of little known islands, lying 200 or so miles off the Kerala coast. There are 36 main islands in all, forming an archipelago of surpassing beauty. There are coral atolls, endless sands, and submerged banks and reefs, covering a magical underwater world.

It is commonly believed that the islands were discovered by ship wrecked sailors during the reign of Charam Perumal, a legendary King of Kerala, around 435 AD.

A bewitchingly beautiful 7 breathtaking island in the Lakshadweep, Bangaram is un-inhabited. A shallow lagoon enclosed by coral reef surrounds it. It has been ranked among the best gateways of the world. Hare the harmony of the Sun; Sand & Surf casts a spell on the visitor. It offers utmost privacy unpolluted comfort with Crystal clear Water. Sparkling coral reef & blue lagoon perform magic on the soul-searching traveler. It’s a place or a Van Gogh would paint a masterpiece. And who knows the muse may inspire one to create too.

A matchless sense of well being takes over & one begins to discover the graceful fishes, porcupines, parrots, puffer fishes, hermit crabs & sea birds on the vast 120 acres of lush coconut groves in Bangaram. There are numerous adventures like scuba diving, beach games, swimming, snorkeling & deep-sea fishing. The resort is 60 bedded beach cottages with a multi cuisine restaurant. A well stocked bar is also available. Agatti is the gateway to Bangaram & is linked to Cochin for onward flights to metros.