A mile long reef coral paradise with an abundance of various fish, a dazzling array of corals, free-swimming moray’s, sharks, tuna fish, turtles and a lot more.
The lagoon is huge, the most fascinating coral fantacies, sourrounding the Bangaram and the Thinnakara islands, the whole Atoll, including Agatti island, coral blocks, meadows of seaweed, endemic living coral fish, large fish, warms of tunas, sting rays, dolphins and large population of turtles etc.
Ship Wreck, the Royal Sunk
Bangaram dive spots are popular dive spots for safe diving it includes Manta Point Dive site, Shallow Point Dive site and the wreck of the Princess Royal sunk 200 years ago.
The dive sites around this area you can see reef sharks, hammerheads, eagle rays, trevallies, grouper, parrotfish, snapper, Hawkbill, triggerfish, wrasse etc. Divers are more likely to encounter big fish such as whale shark and large schools of manta rays. Starting shallow and sloping down to 20 metres/70 feet, this site has been ranked by many of the world's experienced divers as being among the best anywhere.
Three Uninhabited Islands
There are three unihabited islands in the same Atoll, Tinnakara, Parali and the not very imaginatively named Parali- II.
Most of the best dive spots are less than an hour away.
Read more at Agatti Island Lagoon & Dive Points
The outlying islands of Lakshadweep normally have the best visibility ranging from 15-20 metres between November and May.
The above information is furnished as a courtesy of the Bangaram.Org
& the 'Laccadive Networks' , MintValley Group.