Lakshadweep Island

Lakshadweep is a group of islands, located off the coast of South West Indian state of Kerala and is the smallest Union Territory of India. Ten of the islands are inhabited and the permanent population of Lakshadweep exceeds 60,000.The main islands are Kavaratti, Agatti, Minicoy, and Amini. Kavaratti being the capital with a with a population of over 10,000. All these islands have been built up by corals and have fringing coral reefs very close to their shores Due to its isolation and scenic appeal, Lakshadweep has been known as a tourist attraction since 1974.

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The rich marine fauna is a delightful treat to the eyes of visitors. Water sports activities such as scuba diving, wind surfing, snorkeling, surfing, kayaking; canoeing, water skiing, yachting and night-voyage into sea are adventurous as well as quite popular activities among tourists. Tourists flock these islands throughout the year except during the South-west monsoon months when sea is extremely rough. Being rich in marine life, many varieties of fish are available in the lagoons. Apart form crabs, shrimp and lobsters, Tuna fish are available in abundance around the Lakshadweep Sea. Be it an Adventure Tour, an exotic Honeymoon Tour or indulging in some exciting Water Sports, Lakswadeep Islands is an unforgettable holiday destination trip. The islands are served by an airport on the Agatti Island with direct flights from Kochi. Tourists will need a permit to visit the islands.

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