Lakshadweep Islands is known as
the ultimate exotic diving location. 36 islands scattered
like emerald green jewels in a sea popularly known as the
Lakshadweep Island Group are also called "the Laccadives".
They are located 400-kms away from the state of Kerala on
the Indian mainland.
The beaches of Lakshadweep are a
paradise for divers, but out of Lakshadweep's 36 Arabian Sea
coral islands and islets, ten islands are inhabited, and
just two, Bangaram and Kadmat, are open to visitors.
The most romantic feature of an island beach is the quiet
and uninhabited atmosphere and that's where the beaches of
Lakshadweep come into the picture. The palm-fringed beaches
of Lakshadweep provide coolness even at in the hottest
summer months, making this island region as a destination
that can be travelled throughout the year.
Water Sports At Lakshadweep
Snorkelling in the shallow water around Bangaram Island is
one of the favourite water sport activities of Lakshadweep
beaches. There are dive centres on both the open islands.
Wind surfing and Kayaking are the best day out water
sport activities at the Bangaram Island.
Marine Life In Lakshadweep
With 36 coral islands, Lakshadweep's marine life is the most
unique and distinctive island treasure found in India.
The lagoons located at the
Kadmat and Bangaram islands are home to a spectacular and
unexplored world of marine life. Popularly known as the
diver's haunt, the pure exotic beauty of soft and hard coral
of Lakshadweep islands provides an invitation to this island
The Shell Treasure Of Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep Islands present a unique combination of
wilderness experience on both land and sea. Beside the
marine life, the one thing that can lure to the tropical
beach island destination of Lakshadweep are the shells that
are as exquisite and beautiful as the island itself. So how
about choosing these islands as your next beach travel