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Parali Islands

Parali Islands are two uninhabited Islands namely Parali I and Parali II of Lakshadweep. These Islands share the same lagoon enclosed by coral reef, with the Tinnakara Island.

For the enthusiastic scuba diver, this island is the ultimate retreat. On the horizon to the southwards can be seen coconut fronds of Agatti, the gateway to Lakshadweep.

Parali Beaches are the prime attractions here. These deserted sandy beaches feature stretches of coconut palm trees, endless sunshine and above all the clear blue waters of the coral lagoons.

Parali Islands are easily accessible by out boarding, sailing, rowing, kayaking and windsurfing from the Bangaram Island, an uninhabited island situated in the same atoll.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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