You can walk and jog across the bridge, or you can catch a train instead for the opportunity to take fantastic photos of the bridge contrasting against the blue sea.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam House
Step into the house-turned-museum of Former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam House, where you can trace the leader's life from his humble beginnings as a research scientist through to his highly regarded political career.
A tour of Dhanushkodi Beach allows you to see how a bustling city became a ghost town after a natural disaster
See devotees bathe in 22 holy wells, which represent the arrows in Rama's quiver. Bring a small towel since its always hot and damp inside the temple.
Awaken your inner spiritual side and take part in a Hindu religious experience at Agnitheertham. Step into the calm sea where, according to local tradition, pilgrims wash away their sins.
Most tourists come here to see the \"floating stones,\" supposedly used for the construction of the floating bridge that Lord Rama allegedly crossed to rescue Goddess Sita and put an end to the demon Ravana's reign of terror.
Ruined Temple/Church of Dhanushkodi
Explore the haunting shell of Ruined Temple/Church of Dhanushkodi, decimated along with the rest of the town during a massive cyclone in 1964.
Kunthu kal Beach
Water Bird Sanctuary
It is home to around five hundred water tanks. The marvelous water bird sanctuary is located in Rameshwaram. The water bodies provide shelter to a variety of flora and fauna and birds are one of its prime visitors.