Beach Tent Monsoon Packages to Bangaram Island, Lakshadweep; Enjoy the Beauty of Nature

Lakshadweep Monsoon Programme

Bangaram Island, Lakshadweep

Beach Tent Monsoon Packages to Bangaram Island, Lakshadweep; Enjoy the Beauty of Nature
May 24, 2014 MintValley Tourism News, Kochi

A new monsoon package to the exotic archipelago paradise, Bangaram, will commence on 01st June till mid-September, 2014 to entice the enthusiastic travelers who has hitherto been deprived of the pleasure of witnessing the magic of Lakshadweep Monsoon and enjoying the melody of rain.

Bangaram is one of the few, virtually untouched and unspoiled, tropical island systems left on our planet. The Southwest monsoons starting from June to September in the island has all that excitement and romantic serenity. It presents a breathtaking experience when the vegetation looks brilliant colours than ever and the veil of rain adds a different hue to the beauty of lagoons and the blue seas beyond. The sudden bursts of torrential downpours which usually last for a short time, are always succeeded by bright sunshine.

Bioluminescent algae and other luminescent creatures in the Lakshadweep Sea

Bioluminescence Paradise in the Lakshadweep Sea

During the dark, the algal blooms of bioluminescent plankton washed ashore makes the coral beach a magical minefield.

Bioluminescence refers to the process of visible light emission in living organisms such as the glow of a firefly. Bioluminescents are found throughout marine habitats like algal, fish, squid, shrimp and jellyfish. When there’s high levels of bioluminescence on the surface water, the sea appear uniformly glowing snow white. This ‘milky sea’ phenomenon is generated by marine species, mostly by bioluminescent algae and other luminescent creatures particularly common in the NW Indian Ocean at the time of the Southwest Monsoon Season.

Bangaram lies very close to Agatti and share one of the most beautiful lagoons in Lakshadweep. Three small islands of Thinnakara, Parali-I and Parali-II also lie close to Bangaram enclosed by the same atoll. Comfortable and safe beach tents are designed and made available to the tourists. The tents are built on the lagoon side/beachfront as an ideal shelter to enjoy the beauty of nature..

Accommodation
Beach Tents (View Pictures of Beach Tent Properties, Bangaram & Thinnakara)

Dining
Cuisine of Coastal India / Beach Barbecue

How to reach?
Agatti is the virtual gateway to Lakshadweep islands.  Air India operate through out the year from Kochi (Cochin, Kerala).  (Ships operate for local passengers only and are not available for tourist transport during monsoon). The flight from Kochi to Agatti (440 Kms) takes approximately one hour and thirty minutes. Transfer from Agatti to Bangaram by helicopter (8 km/10 minute travel duration) during the monsoon: 01 June to  15 Sept.

Entry permits
The island is open for both, Foreigners and Domestic Tourists. For more information, please contact us at: ‘Place a Query / Order Form  or Email us at: info@mintvalley.com

                                         The accommodation rates are as follows:-

ACCOMMODATION   TARIFF (INR) 2014 – 2015

                                                   Bangaram Beach Tent

Name of   package(Bangaram) Category   of Rooms No. of   Room Double Single Extra   bed
Monsoon Tent 10 10000 8000 4000

Helicopter Transfers:   Agatti/Bangaram/Agatti : Rs.9,800/-) Per head Return.

About Bioluminescence
What is bioluminescence?
Bioluminescence is the capacity of living organisms to emit visible light. Occasionally the sea may appear uniformly glowing snow white. This ‘milky sea’ phenomenon is particularly common in the NW Indian Ocean at the time of the Southwest Monsoon Season.

Read more in the following links:
http://www.isbc.unibo.it/Files/BC_PlanktonNekton.htm

Creatures of Light – Images
http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/facts/bioluminescence.html

Fluorescent Plankton – Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kyP0XsF0zM

Read more on Lakshadweep Tourism, Lakshadweep Islands:

Peak Season Availability at Kadmat Beach Resort, Lakshadweep – Starting from December 01, 2014 to January 10, 2015
http://lakshadweepforum.com/blog/peak-season-availability-at-kadmat-beach-resort-lakshadweep-starting-from-december-01-2014-to-january-10-2015/

Discover the beauty of Lakshadweep Islands on a 5 Day Cruise Programme – 2014 -2015
http://lakshadweepforum.com/blog/discover-the-beauty-of-lakshadweep-islands-on-a-5-day-cruise-programme-2014-15/

The policies and guidelines
The policies and guidelines prepared by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep to promote sustainable tourism can be categorized into four groups. 1. Impacts on
physical environment 2. Impacts on ecological environment 3. Impacts on human use values, and 4. Impacts on quality of life values.
http://www.lakshadweepforum.com/lakshadweep_sustainabletourism.php

Place a query: Place a Query / Order Form

Mobile: +91 9605477000 : (Mr. Sadhik, Executive) ;
Mobile: +91 9605177000 : (Mr. Menon, Documentation)
Phone : +91-484 2397550, 2394640, 4011134
Central Reservations – Email: info@mintvalley.com

Principal Source: MintValley Tourism Division

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