Lakshadweep Beach Resorts



Lakshadweep is a group of coral islands in the Arabian Sea, where one can find many spectacular and pristine beaches in the world Lakshadweep comprises of 36 islands and is located around 300 kms off Kerala.It consists of twelve coral atolls, three coral reefs, five banks, and numerous islets. Lakshadweep is also a popular travel destination in India.

The tall green coconut palms offer spectacular beauty and turn this land into a tropical paradise. The sunset and sunrise of Lakshadweep are a treat for everybody's eyes and transforms the sky into an artist's color palette. It's an ideal place to enjoy the sun, sand and sea.

The calm waters of the lagoons of Lakshadweep are home for an exotic underwater marine life that amazes tourists with a play of colors and underwater antics. Out in the open sea, dolphins, turtles, tuna, rays and flying fish can be sighted. The main islands of Lakshadweep are Kavaratti, Agatti, Amini and Minicoy.

Tourists can enjoy various water sports at the beach resorts of Lakshadweep. They can enjoy scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, snorkeling and yachting here. The tourists who are not very adventurous can opt for a leisurely stroll on the beautiful beaches. Some of the most famous beach resorts in Lakshadweep, offering state of the art facilities include Bangaram Island Resort, Agatti Island Beach Resort and Kadmat Beach Resort.


Last Updated on : 3 December 2010





     


     

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