Bangaram is situated at 10o56′ north latitude and 72o17′ east longitude. There are four small islands on the reef — the two largest (Bangaram and Tinnakara) lie on the edge of the lagoon basin, and the smaller two (Parali-1 and Parali-ll) are located on the northeast reef perimeter.

Bangaram presents a breathtaking spectacle of sparkling coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches and lush green coconut palms. The island looks like emeralds in the vast expanse of the sea, and nature’s beauty is preserved at its best. The virgin reefs of Bangaram have been ranked by experienced divers as being among the best anywhere.

The resort at Bangaram Island is marketed with ‘back–to–nature’ concept with total isolation and privacy to the tourists. Televisions, telephones, air-conditioners are not provided in the cottages to ensure complete isolation and detachment with the outside world.

Prohibition has been relaxed here, only Bangaram Island is allowed to sell liquor. Being an uninhabited island, this relaxation does not affect the peaceful atmosphere and lifestyle of the island.

Presently foreigners constitute the larger share of visitors to this resort. There is also an ayurveda centre attached to this resort which is patronised by both domestic as well as foreign tourists

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