Behold the mesmerizing charisma of deep blue sea, emerald green plantation and untouched beaches in Lakshadweep. This land is blessed with many undiscovered small islands which reflect nothing but sheer pleasure to your eyes and also to your soul.
Lakshadweep is the archipelago which enjoys the status of Union Territory under the Union Government of India. It is about 400 kilometres away from the west coast of India and surrounded by water of Arabian Sea. Lakshadweep is a collection of small and beautiful islands many of which still lack any kind of human invasion. There are total 36 islands which covers approximate area of 32 square kilometres. Lakshadweep is made of 12 isles, 3 reefs and 5 submerged banks.
Only 10 islands of Lakshadweep are inhabited and remaining islands still features the beauty of unfathomed beaches and crystal-clear sea water. All the islands are densely packed with palm and coconut trees bordering the undisrupted line of shimmering sand. Lakshadweep attracts travellers from all over the world because of its off-beat remoteness which is just perfect to leave the buzz of cities far behind.
Sea at Lakshadweep plays with shades of green and blue. Every island offers spectacular sight of aquamarine blue or turquoise green sea surrounding the borders. Each island of Lakshadweep comes with a unique blend of attraction and water activities for the tourists. In some islands, there are enough room for exploring the adventurous soul lurking within you while some islands allow you to enjoy the spell of untouched beaches.
Food in Lakshadweep showcases massive similarity with the Kerala cuisine. Here you can have some of the best sea-foods with right blend of spices and aromatic ingredients. All tourists including Indian and international, requires a permit from Kochi to visit Lakshadweep. Foreigners have access to only Agatti, Bangaram and Kadmat islands.