Lakshadweep Beach



The unbroken line of creamy Lakshadweep beaches with densely covered coconut palms along the coast in sheer remoteness and serenity became an unique and popular tourist destination and the naturalists' paradise.

Lakshadweep, a archipelago of about 36 islands, 12 atolls, 3 reefs and 5 submerged banks, off the western coast of India, is scattered in the Arabian Sea.

The Union Territory of Lakshadweep spreading over an area of 32 Sq.Kms, consists of more than ten inhabited islands.

They are as follows:
  • Kavaratti
  • Kadmat
  • Kiltan
  • Kalpeni
  • Agatti
  • Amini
  • Andrott
  • Chetlat
  • Minicoy
  • Bitra


Lakshwadeep also has 17 uninhabited islands with attached islets, and 5 submerged reefs. The Bangaram Island is the uninhabited island that became an exclusive tourist destination for its enchanting beaches that offers a tourist everything to relax and rejuvenate, far away from the madding crowds

Lakshwadeep beaches of the Kavaratti island is idle for sunbath. This island is famous for calm and wonderful lagoons which is the idle spot for water sports, snorkeling and swimming. For scuba divers, the Dolphin Dive Center is the idle spot to sport. The eastern and southern portion of the beaches of Kalpeni island of Lakshadweep has a huge storm bank of coral debris. Tourists enjoy various sorts of water sports in the vast lagoon.

The lagoons of Minicoy Island is the largest lagoons of Lakshwadeep. The beaches of this island provide bathing huts, changing rooms and water sports facilities for water sports. The long sandy Lakshwadeep beach of Kadmat island is an idle spot for sunbath. It owes a beautiful shallow lagoon perfect for water sports. There are a number of tourist huts along the palm groves of the sea beach, a place of absolute peace is a real holiday spot far from the madding crowd.

Agatti Island or 'Gateway to the Lakshadweep Islands" because of the presence of airport have a tranquil palm fringed beach in the weatern shore is indeed the nature's treasures in the Lakshadweep Islands. Beautiful lagoons in the island provides various forms of water sports like canoeing, snorkeling and kayaking. Bangaram, a small uninhabited island,is an exclusive tourist destination with coconut canopies, fish in all sizes and hues and colorful boats. Tourists can indulge themselves in amazing activities like deep-sea fishing, rafting,scuba diving and snorkeling and more. This island is only open to foreign tourists in the day time only.



Last Updated on 02 April 2013



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