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Reviewed 25 October 2018

Unlike earlier when people had to take 4*4 jeep drive, now the roads are well laid till the end point where people can get down and spend some time on the beach. On both sides of the stretch, we can see ruins of old times like church, old railway station etc. Morning or evening will be preferable as it is in the open but should return before it gets dark because it is not a inhabited place, so safety issue may be there. There is a temple also if we take a diversion around 400 mtrs from the main stretch dedicated to the place Sri Ram performed abhisekha for Bibhisana after victory over Ravana.The ram setu is submerged now so we cannot see that. Srilanka is just 18km from this place but not visible. So in short, it is a place of historical importance and good for beach lovers to spend some time and also to see the old ruins.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed 23 October 2018

Nice place to visit. southern tip of india looking sea at both side. on the way you can visit Kodandaramar temple where king Vibhishana ( Ravana's brother) had Pattabisheka by lord Rama. good feelings to be there. have a good binocular to see the shore of Sri Lanka. Even though this place is ruined after two sunamis and declared as ghost city. Not to worry you can visit & see the ruins of the city once flourished with tourist & business. about 50 to 60 families still make their living in that place. roads to reach are good & ample parking space at the end ( Ashoka pillar circle)
do not venture to sea swimming if tides are high.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed 22 October 2018

Trip to Dhanushkodi Beach involves 35 minutes drive from Rameswaram.
Start early for a wonderful view of the Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean side by side.
Don't go in the evening hours as u are not allowed to go.
I guarantee you will have a spectacular experience on board.The roads are clean.On the way back from Dhanushkodi you can standby at ruins of a Church and can buy local items.
Overall a sublime experience

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed 19 October 2018 via mobile

We visited the beach on 14th October 2018. On one side there is Indian Ocean whose waves are constantly touching the shore with high intensity and on other side Bay of Bengal water seems to be calm.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile

It's a long road trip of 20 kms from Rameshwaram. Few huts and dwellings can be seen during the entire journey with sea water on both sides of road. The speciality of the place is that placid and clear water seen one side and restless waves hitting other side of land could be witnessed throughout the area.

The place was once a busy little town known as Dhanushkodi which got submerged during sea erosion after cyclone in the year 1964.

Date of experience: October 2018
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