Lakshadweep: Reasons To Travel To This Breath-taking Coral Island


Lakshadweep is an amazing coral island where you can see pristine water and distant reefs. If you want solitude, pack your bags and head to these places stated.

Written By Shraddha Chaugale | Mumbai | Updated On:

While most of the cities are left covered in dust and smoke, all you need is a place that offers tranquillity and fresh air. A place that will lap your feet with crystal sand and where you can relish your solitary time laying on the hammock. We all dream about exploring the life underneath the pristine beaches and oceans. Lakshadweep Islands, it is. So get ready to buckle up to enjoy the most picturesque view and experience that you will ever get in your lifetime.

The archipelago of islands, Lakshadweep is an offbeat place for a quick weekend getaway. You love to explore water and want to rejuvenate then Lakshadweep Islands is the most perfect place to travel. Lakshadweep Islands is approximately 450 km from Kerala. You may find travelling to this place a little difficult, but it is worth it.

1. The beautiful Agatti Island

Lakshadweep Islands is layered with mind-blowing corals in many lagoons. You can also explore different creatures. Agatti Island is the perfect place to enjoy snorkelling. You must travel this beautiful Island.

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2. Bangaram and Thinnakara will offer you whole Island

You can live in the astounding shacks of Bangaram and Thinnakara. You can have the island all to yourself. You will get to see the best sunrise and sunsets on this Lakshadweep Island. You should travel to this place for unwinding yourself.

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3. Kadmat Island will offer a whole view of sea world

Suba diving is one of the most looked after activity in Lakshadweep Island. We all have explored mountains but you want to explore mountains under the sea, travel Lakshadweep. You will explore the sea world. Kadmat Island is known to have one of the biggest coral gardens in India. You can get to explore all the possible colours of blue, from turquoise to dark blue. 

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