Accommodation on the island is simple and unpretentious. Set in 128 acres, there are 30 tiled-roof beach huts, each with its own palm-thatched verandah, en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan and fridge.
In a bid to preserve Bangaram's unique environment, a hotel atmosphere is avoided intentionally, but fret not - there are enough comforts to ensure your stay is an enjoyable one.
There are also four bungalows which are bigger and offer total privacy. At the heart of the resort is the restaurant hut. It's a little architectural marvel made by the islanders, crafted entirely out of bamboo and palm fronds, around a single tall central pole.Room typesDining
The accent at the Bangaram restaurants is on freshness. You can get your freshly-caught shellfish served up in the main dining area or opt for some beachside grilling of an evening. The cuisine styles are international and the menu also offers a selection from the coastal cuisines of India and local island recipes. There is also a well-stocked bar, right off the beach in case the enchantment of the islands won't have you high enough already.