Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep Tourism

The Islands of Lakshadweep is one of the most spectacular tropical islands in the world. This is the only coral formed beach in India. The islands offer a heady mix of sparkling coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches and lush green coconut palms. The biggest of all tourist attractions in Lakshadweep lies in its pristine charm and its laidback life. Faraway from the urban clamor and clutter, the only sound you can hear is the waves crashing against the beaches and scream of seabirds. Laze around and soak in the sun while hermit crabs dance their way. Time stands still here. Or if you want an adventure, Lakshadweep offers you a whole lot of activities. Facilities for Scuba diving, Snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, yachting - add variety to the tourist attractions in Lakshadweep. Glass bottom boats are on the cards and soon going be a big hit among the tourists. Crystal clear water and wealth of marine life ranks the island very high for water sports

Agatti Island

Agatti Island is the gateway of Bangaram from Cochin and Goa by providing Airport, and ship port stop over. Agatti Offers fully Furnished resorts managed by a private entrepreneur.The main attraction at the resorts is the water sport facilities.

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Amini Island

Amini Island is a small coblong shaped island which is 3 km long and 1.5 km wide. Talented craftsmen living here are famous for making walking sticks with tortoise shells and coconut shells.

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Anthroth Island

Anthroth Island is the largest island in Lakshadweep which is the nearest island to the main land. Thick vegetation of coconut grooves add beauty to the Island.

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Bangaram Island

Bangaram Island is a bewitchingly beautiful and breath taking island in lakshadweep.It is surrounded by a shallow lagoon enclosed by coral reef and has been ranked among the best gateways of the world. Here the sun,sand and surf in harmony cast a spell on the visitor. 

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Bitra Island

Bitra Island is the smallest inhabited island in the territory. Till 1835, the island was the breeding ground for a number of sea birds.T here is a small shrine of Malik Mulla,an old Arab Saint who is said to be have been burried here.The shrine is a place of pilgrimage for the people of other islands.

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Chetlat Island

Chetlat Island is the northern most inhabited island. The island suffered a great deal at the hands of the portuguese in the 16th century.Boat building was a flourishing industry at the beginning of the 20th century when all the vessels needed by the Amindivi islanders were built here.

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Kadmat Island

Kadmat Island is ideal for a real holiday that brings you away from the maddening crowd, hustle and bustle of city life.In addition to the beautiful shallow lagoon on the west that forms an ideal spot for water sports, there is a narrow lagoon on the east. The best attractions are the long sandy beaches and small sand banks on the southern tip for sun baths.Water sports crafts like kayaks, pedal boats, sailing yachts, skiing boats and glass bottomed boats are available o Read more

Kavaratti Island

Kavaratti Island is the headquarters of the Lakshadweep Administration since 1964.The beautiful calm lagoon forms an ideal spot for water sport, swimming and basking on warm sandy beaches. Marine life exhibits can be seen at the marine aquarium which has excellent collection of specimens.The Dolphin Drive Centre is another attraction for water sports enthusiasts.

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Kiltan Island

Kiltan Island lies on the international trade route between the persian Gulf and Sri Lanka.On the northern and southern ends of the island there is a high storm beach.The island is thick in flora and is fertile.Kiltan has a rich tradition of folk dances.

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Minicoy Island

Minicoy Island is the southern most island in Lakshadweep, crescent shaped and has one of the largest lagoons.Viringle is the small islet that you see on the south. It is the second largest Island of Lakshadweep. 

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