Heaven’s Oyster

We regret to inform you that Bangaram Island resort is closed at this time owing to circumstances beyond our control.


 

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We are doing our utmost to make the jewel of the Lakshadweep a home for you once again. So please leave your email and name with us (use the Bangaram Post Button at right), and we’ll be happy to inform you once the resort is back in operation.

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About 250 miles off the Malabar Coast of India lie the Lakshadweep Islands, a chain of coral reefs and atolls that mark one of the few unspoiled places left on our planet. A few islands are occupied by natives, virtually untouched by modern civilization.
 

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 In the midst of this magical chain lies Bangaram Island. A turquoise hued world of clear, warm seas, silver sands and a stretching canopy of palms. Sparkling coral reefs glitter through the pellucid waters, home to myriad life forms. Whether diving, swimming or just soaking in the sun, Bangaram can create for you the illusion of being the last person on the planet.

Blues Skies and Clear Waters

A video journey to Bangaram Island and its underwater treasures.

Spartan Elegance

The living spaces at Bangaram Island are energy-efficient and in harmony with the island's environment.

Diving on the Coral Reef

Bangaram Island is a picture-book atoll, with warm, crystal-clear waters bursting with marine life, the stuff of legend amongst diving enthusiasts.

“My first impression of Bangaram was of a nowadays almost unique experience and one that needs protecting. It is very rare to find simple, relatively unspoilt environments in which one can escape from telephones, newspapers, radio and television.”  - Richard Peirce, Guest 

Other CGH Experiences

SPICE COAST CRUISES. Cruise down the mighty Vembanand and spend a night in the center of the lake beneath the starry skies >
SPICE VILLAGE. Nature lovers will find their peace at Spice Village which is beside the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary >
The spirit of Kerala, condensed and moored in a spectacular setting on the Vembanad shore at Coconut Lagoon >