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Lakshadweep Tourism Guide

Lakshadweep is the group of 36 islands world known for its exotic marine life, marvellous beaches and thrilling water sports. The rich traditional culture and local sea food makes the tour equally memorable. It is a uni-district Union Territory and is comprised of 12 atolls, three reefs, five submerged banks and ten inhabited islands.

Lakshadweep enjoys a pleasant tropical climate with summer temperatures ranging from 22° C to 33° C and winter temperatures from 20° C to 32° C. October to April is the ideal time planning Lakshadweep trip.

Lakshadweep Tourism Guide

Beaches in Lakshadweep

Ø Agatti Island Beaches, Lakshadweep

Ø Bangaram Island Beaches, Lakshadweep

Ø Kadmat Island Beaches, Lakshadweep

Ø Kalpeni Island Beach, Lakshadweep

Ø Kavaratti Island Beaches, Lakshadweep

Ø Kiltan Island Beach

Ø Amini Island Beach

Ø Bitra Island Beach

Tourist Spots in Lakshadweep

Ø Agatti Museum

Ø Agatti Lagoon

Ø Marine Aquarium and Museum, Kavaratti

Ø Lighthouse Minicoy

Ø Lighthouse, Androth

Pilgrimages in Lakshadweep

Ø Juma Masjid, Minicoy

Ø Urja Mosque, Kavaratti

Ø Jumaat Mosue, Androth

Ø Malik Mulla Shrine, Bitra Island

Shopping in Lakshadweep

Beach stalls, roadside stalls or local markets sell local handicrafts and decorative items made of sea shells, corals and coconut shells.

Society for Promotion of Nature Tourism and Sports (SPORTS) (www.lakshadweeptourism.com)

The Society for Promotion of Nature Tourism and Sports (SPORTS) is a society formed by the Lakshadweep Administration with the primary aim of the organization is to promote eco-friendly tourism and recreational activities. It also offers and conducts Lakshadweep tour packages. For tour packages and other important information about Lakshadweep, check the website.

How to Reach Lakshadweep

Flights are available from Cochin and Goa to Agatti airport. Passenger Ships are available from Cochin to Lakshadweep. A special permit to visit Lakshadweep can be arranged by local tour operator or can be obtained from the Lakshadweep tourist office in Kochi.

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