Last night I found a dead possum. The baby was still alive. We called wildlife national rescue and in few minutes a lovely couple came and take care of the baby. In this season when you pass through dead possums check if still there is life. It worth to spare some time to rescue a new born baby.
Read the complete caption for questions related to accomodation options in Agatti Islands, Lakshadweep.
The govt of Lakshadweep has marked the territory for tourist activities in Agatti so you have very limited property options within that area, most of which are beach side hotels/homestays/resorts.
All properties are listed on online websites like TripAdvisor, Goibibo, booking.com etc so you can check and book in advance as per their availablity.
The average room tarrif here is 5-8k per night for a couple, inclusive of all your meals.
Since the govt here has kept a tight check on the number of tourists visiting the island (permits etc), you'll find that most of these properties are booked to their maximum capacity specially during the season time which is Oct- Feb, so this has to be planned and booked well in advance to avoid sold out situation :) Option outside of Agatti- Bangaram and Thinkara, two of the neighbouring islands, are even better for staying purpose but the budget goes up to 10-15k per night for a couple inclusive of meals.
Let me know if you have any more questions related to "where to stay in Agatti, LD"
Feel free to drop your queries in the comments section below.
Writing requires to empty your mind in Moments of stillness. For my Digital Normad Memoir "Fall & Rise" I had to give up traveling & socializing. Focus is key, writing is very lonely work, that's why it's not for everyone.
I lived in Split, Croatia for almost 2 months. One year after discovering the Shtandart in Malaga. And I still think of this magnificent ship and the incredible Russian crew every time I see a boat. Like this one. Small. Nothing more than a nutshell :-) compared to the mighty Shtandart. But in my mind both are connected now: the small and the "big" things are all one.
Thanks to Alex's eye: the way he looks at the world and people is mine. He found the Shtandart bc of the way he is. Its Russian Creator #VladimirMartus built it to attract exactly people like Alex, Boris and the rest of the amazing crew. Sailing on this ship out on the open sea is nothing less than a spiritual experience.
Alex's descriptions of what it feels like to be exposed to the power and every whim of a massive body like the mighty wide open ocean - with no shore in sight. No escape. No technology. Only intricate sail ship mechanics and muscle power. A crew that is forced to completely rely on each other ...
The captions for this post are not enough to tell all the stories they told me about the sailing and crew experience.