Called sometimes the Jewel of the Lakshadweep, Bangaram Island is an sparsely populated haven. Barring the occasional visitor from nearby Agatti (where the airport is situated), the only residents of the island, are the resort staff.
Teardrop shaped, thick with cool coconut plantations and encircled by a corona of silver sand, Bangaram lives up to every 'desert island' fantasy you've ever had. The air is fresh with ozone. Sparkling coral reefs unwind around turquoise blue lagoons, bursting with tropical life. The waters are calm, warm and perfect for swimming, snorkeling, diving or just plain wading and messing about.
The resort offers you a variety of outdoor pursuits - Kayaking, Catamaran sailing, snorkelling, deep sea fishing, and scuba diving.
Accommodation on the island is simple and unpretentious. Set in 128 acres, there are 30 tiled - roof beach huts, and four bungalows, each with its own palm-thatched verandah, en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan and fridge. The resort, like all CGH Earth properties, has fully-equipped ayurvedic facilities.