Bangaram Reopens

The administration of Union Territories of Lakshadweep, officially announced the re-opening of the Bangaram Island Resort. Bangaram Island, an uninhabited Island of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep and offers spectacular coral reefs amid turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches and lush green coconut palms.

Spread over thirty acres, the resort brings out the verdant ethnic character of the area. Over the years, the Bangaram Island Resort has become a destination for discerning International visitors, who are looking for a complete remote island experience. The Bangaram Resort offers Standard and Deluxe Huts, Local Cuisine of Lakshadweep and Coastal India and activities such as Scuba diving, Snorkeling & Deep Sea Fishing, Boating & Kayaking, Island Excursions, Ayurveda, Yoga & Meditation.

Speaking on occasion of the launch Mr. Mihir Vardhan, IAS, Secretary -Lakshadweep Tourism, said “The Bangaram Island Resort is an exclusive offering of the destination and the administration is making every effort to reach out to the travel agent community to explore mutually beneficial business opportunities”.

‘Our presence will add tremendous value to our marketing efforts in promoting the islands of Lakshadweep as a unique sustainable and responsible tourist destination of unmatched beauty’. He further added

Bangaram Island is a mere 20-minute speed boat ride from Agatti or you can also use the chopper service to reach Bangaram Island. Flights from Cochin to Agatti Island, transfer from Agatti to Bangaram

Lakshadweep is the tiniest Union Territory and the only coral island chain of India. This archipelago consists of 36 islands, 12 atolls, 3 reefs, and 5 submerged banks. The islands have a total area of 32 sq.kms and the lagoons enclosed by the atolls cover an area of 4200 sq.kms. Its territorial waters extend to 20,000 sq.kms and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) to 4, 00,000 square kilometers. Only 10 of these islands namely, Agatti, Amini, Andrott, Bitra, Chetlat, Kadmat, Kalpeni, Kavaratti, Kiltan, and Minicoy are inhabited. Kavaratti is the Administrative Headquarters of the Union Territory.

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