Agatti Island Resort
Agatti is a 2.7sq.km-big island. Tinnakara, Parali and Kalpitty fall to its northern side. Kalpitty is a tree-covered uninhabited island with a beautiful beach. Fibre glass boats fitted with outboard engines and country canoes are available on hire to take tourists to the nearby islands at regular intervals through the day.
There are transfers to and from the Agatti airport. You’ll be given three meals - buffet, breakfast and evening tea. The health club and indoor stadium offer leisure activities for you. The reception at the resort is built in traditional and local style.The restaurant there serve continental, Chinese and local cuisine. Jain food is also served at the restaurant. Guests can dine outside near the beach, as well. Barbeque is also arranged guests who catch fish from the lagoon, can have them cooked here.
Bangaram Island Resort
Bangaram Island is 128-acre-paradise. Transfers from Agatti airport to Bangaram takes about an hour and a half by boat. During the monsoon, pick and drop are done by helicopter.At the resort, there are 30 tiled roof beach huts, with a palm thatched verandah, a bathroom, ceiling fan and fridge. The bar at the resort serves beer and cocktails.
The islands of Tinnakara, Parali Parali-II can be reached by sailing, rowing and kayaking from Bangaram. Popular dive spots off Bangaram are Manta Point and the Princess Royal wreck site. The resort has fully-equipped ayurvedic facilities. Ayurveda is the Indian system of traditional healing. You can choose a short massage or a rejuvenating and calming one. It can be a great option after a long day’s dive.