Pamban Bridge is a bridge which connects the town of Rameswaram on the Pamban island to mainland India. Pamban Bridge refers to both the road bridge and the railway bridge. It is the longest sea bridge. The bridge has a double leaf bascule section midway, which can be lifted to allow ships and barges to pass through.
Dhanushkodi or Danushkodi beach is on the southern most tip of the Pamban Island. This beach stretches upto15 km long. The beach is mostly deserted, a far away scene from most crowded places and ideal place for enjoying a silent walk. With exquisitely spread silver sands with endless blue waters touching the shore, a walk on the beach can be an escatic experience.
This temple is located in Dhanushkodi. This temple has deities of Rama, Lakshman, Sita and Hanuman. This temple is more than 1000 years old.
Also known as Rama Setu this bridge connects the Pamban island to Sri Lanka. This natural bridge made up of chain of coral reefs and sandbanks which connect India to the neighbouring country Sri Lanka. This bridge which is about 30 mile in length was once upon a time passable on foot till it was deepened due to cyclonic storms.
This 2 km stretch beach is located in Ramanathapuram District. A captivating picnic spot with arrays of Casuarina trees. The beach facilities include water sports and boating activity. There is a children park, aquarium and a museum too.
Water Bird Sanctuary
This water bird sanctuary is located in Ramanathapuram District. A beautiful collection of natural and migratory birds are seen in this sanctuary. It is a well known tourist spot.