Bangaram Island, also known as Bunnagara, is an atoll which surrounds a lagoon formed by the Arabian Sea. The small island encompasses an area of 1.234 km sq filled with the many elements of natural beauty. Truly enchanting and mesmerizing beyond one can explain, Bangaram island is one of the least explored parts of the Lakshadweep islands. The lagoon enclosing Bangaram encircles two small islands- Thinnakara and Parali, which lie close to Bangaram. There is only one beach resort on the island, and the modernisation lies miles away from this island making it a perfect destination to cut out from the outer world. The bluish glow that appears on the coral sands when phosphorescent plankton washes ashore is absolutely enchanting Bangaram Island is known for its pristine beaches, the vibrant coral reefs, many different fishes and few of the adventure sports. It is an uninhabited island located at a distance of 12 km from the Agatti island. Bangaram island is also recommended for water sports like kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. It also has one of the two world class scuba diving schools in Lakshadweep offering scuba diving in for beginners island other school is in Agatti Island. Boats and ferries are available from Agatti that will take you to Bangaram in just 45 minutes. Tourists require a special permit to enter the island with the confirmed stay if they want to stay here overnight.