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  • Average7%
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“indian ocean” (214 reviews)
“bay of bengal” (106 reviews)
“ghost town” (83 reviews)
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Dhanushkodi, Rameswaram, India
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"indian ocean"
in 214 reviews
"bay of bengal"
in 106 reviews
"ghost town"
in 83 reviews
"end point"
in 44 reviews
"sri lanka"
in 94 reviews
"maxi cab"
in 15 reviews
"railway station"
in 84 reviews
"last point"
in 42 reviews
"water bottles"
in 13 reviews
"own vehicle"
in 35 reviews
"two oceans"
in 20 reviews
"ram setu"
in 65 reviews
"must visit place"
in 69 reviews
"four wheel drive"
in 16 reviews
"mini buses"
in 21 reviews
"bumpy ride"
in 16 reviews
"white sand"
in 19 reviews
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Reviewed today

This place is really awesome to visit... one side of the road is ocean with tides & the other side of the ocean is calm... very good views of beaches and this is the place where Ramasethu starts... Srilanka is just few kilometeres away from...More

Thank chaitanya89
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing nature made place worth to visit. Blue seas of Bay of bengal and a thin line of land... beautiful naturally creative place . The origin point of Ram Setu...And abandoned village of old dhanushkodi... Really amazing.

Thank Anupam B
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Surprised to get Airtel notification that I was within Airtel Srilanka. Dont know what was the Arial distance from Srilanka but the looks to be very close. Great site. Deep inside the sea except one small approach road . One side Bay of Bengal with...More

1  Thank sidhemishra
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

One of the rare places in and around Rameshwaram where you will find a clean beach. Not far away from SL. Your mobile may switch to international roaming here. Drive to the place is a bliss. Abandoned town adds to the appeal.

Thank Anoop L
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A must see place during the visit to rameswaram. Ashoka tomb at its end show the pride of india..............

Thank pramodkumaraerath
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Great to be on a strip with sea on all sides. There are ruins of an old city you can see here, which is beautiful. You can see floating rocks in a temple: Its really heavy but still floats on water!! To go to the...More

Thank trapti m
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

20 kms from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a strip of land which has Indian Ocean to it's right and Bay of Bengal to it's left. This place was destroyed by flood in 1964. It's not a habitable place. However, for natural beauty lovers, the turbulent Indian...More

1  Thank Naveen S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Excellent beach parking available best place to play and relax With beautiful scenic view.... Spent around an hour playing

Thank Lalitha Y
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The beach is situated at the tip of the Rameshwaram Island & about 20 KM away from the main town from where the place is accessed by a nice motorable road passing through a strip of land with sea at both side. The entire route...More

2  Thank arka_ad
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well honestly once you reach there one starts wondering why did I come here? The drive is superb from rameswaram about 20 KM only. The Bay of Bengal on the left and the Indian Ocean on the right. Wonderful sight. Dhanushkodi itself. Devasted town and...More

1  Thank Manusha2012
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NairVivek
26 April 2018|
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Response from Ashok M | Reviewed this property |
Taxi easily available at check post entered in Rameshwaram. I went by taxi to Dhanushkodi but mini bus can be availble. The approximate charges eill be 2000.
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Naveen P
22 April 2018|
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Response from anjan m | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely safe. You will find many foreigners enjoying the place. Go ahead and get your foreign friends. The area being isolated,very one leaves by early evening.
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MManohar26
29 March 2018|
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Response from anil_173 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I visited the place using state transport buses...
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