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I have been to so many beaches, but driving to Dhanushkodi is most memorable. Roof top of my car was opened and driving in NH with sea on both the sides, nothing can be better for eyes. I went in evening as well as in...More
A visit to Rameshwaram is incomplete without visiting Dhanushkodi. This is the end portion of Sothern India, a meeting point of Indian Ocean & Bay of Bengal. Srilanka border is 18kms & Ram Sethu stone bridge is 8kms but its under water & cannot be...More
Dhanuskodi is the place where the wonders of nature and man become one. This town has a vast stretch of beach is surrounded by Bay of Bengal on one side and Indian Ocean on other side. Amazing place to see
Driving on a small strip of land with sea on both sides is a surreal experience. Thought that this perhaps is the place where Rama and his army worked to build a bridge on the ocean makes it magical. Its an awesome destination and must-visit...More
I have visited this place in 2011 when there was no road to the beach. Except for road, not much has changed !! Worth a visit and spend some quality time. Pristine and unspoilt beach. Plan to go during morning hours. The entry starts at...More
There are buses but I am unaware of timings. But it is waste of tine to wait for it. Instead you hire a taxi or auto depending on number of persons. It will not be very costly. This will help you to see ramar... More
There are buses but I am unaware of timings. But it is waste of tine to wait for it. Instead you hire a taxi or auto depending on number of persons. It will not be very costly. This will help you to see ramar Parham,kothandaramar temple on way. Also you can visit shops by locals who sell valampuri sangu, shell ornamrnts etc.