[Agatti Island, Lakshadweep]

Greetings from Seashells Beach Resort, Agatti Island

A mere 320 kms from India's south west coast nestles a pristine paradise. Agatti is the gateway to the enchanting lakshadweep islands.

An Eco Friendly Resort

Sea shells beach Resort, agatti's charms come alive with warm, efficient hospitality. Being part of the sustainable tourism, Seashells beach resort practices 100% waste management, Bio-gas plant, Sewage treatment plant & In-hose desalination plant.

Facilities: Key Features:
• Air conditioned beach villas   facing lagoon
• Tea/Coffee maker in all   villas with unlimited   replenishment
• Bathrooms with 24 hrs hot   water facility
• Mini refrigerator in all villas
• Cold towels and welcome   drink on arrival
• Restaurant serving   International and local cuisines
• Barbecue dinner on beach   (seasonal)
• Curio shop for local arts and   artifacts
• Business centre
• Library
• 100% Power backup
• Potable quality water for   bathing
• An eco friendly resort.
• 100% waste management
• Bio-gas plant
• Sewage treatment plant & In-   hose desalination plant.

• A resort where you can see sun   rise and sunset from the same   point

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Recreational Services:
• Water Sports: Snorkelling, Kayaking, Fishing etc.
• Boating: Glass bottom boat and Jet Skis
• Scuba Diving, PADI Certification courses
• Cycling
• Farm trip – visit coconut drying, fish processing etc.
• Island walk escorted by a staff
• Island excursions: Visit Bangaram, Tinakkara, parali I and II,   visit light house, visit to the toddy tapping and experience wave   point
• Games: Beach Volleyball
• Island walk escorted by a staff
• Night fishing
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