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Updated January 6th, 2024 at 14:53 IST

Want to explore Lakshwadeep like PM Narendra Modi? Must-visit spots in tropical archipelago

Nestled in the heart of the Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep, with its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and vibrant marine life, stands as an idyllic escape.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently shared glimpses of his visit to Lakshadweep, showcasing moments of interaction with locals, admiration for the pristine coastline, and even indulging in snorkelling.

Nestled in the heart of the Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep, with its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and vibrant marine life, stands as an idyllic escape for those seeking a slice of tropical paradise. PM Modi's recent visit has brought the archipelago into the spotlight, advocating it as a must-visit tourist destination for Indians. Let's embark on a virtual journey to explore the enchanting places that make Lakshadweep a traveller's delight.

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Agatti Island

Agatti, with its turquoise lagoon and coral reefs, is the perfect introduction to Lakshadweep's charm. The coral-rich waters make it an ideal spot for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts. The golden sandy beaches and swaying palm trees complete the picturesque setting, offering a serene escape from the hustle of everyday life.

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Bangaram Island

Often referred to as the 'Jewel of Lakshadweep,' Bangaram Island is a haven for those seeking solitude. The coral-lined shores, clear waters, and vibrant marine life make it a diver's paradise. Whether you choose to relax on the beaches or explore the underwater wonders, Bangaram promises an unforgettable experience.

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Kavaratti

Kavaratti, the administrative capital of Lakshadweep, is a blend of cultural richness and natural beauty. The Ujra Mosque and the Marine Aquarium add cultural and educational dimensions to the visit. With coral reefs surrounding the island, Kavaratti also offers excellent opportunities for water activities like kayaking and glass-bottom boat rides.

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Minicoy

Known for its distinct culture influenced by Maldivian traditions, Minicoy boasts a unique charm. The Lighthouse, built in 1885, stands tall as a symbol of the island's history. The crescent-shaped beaches, coconut groves, and vibrant coral gardens make Minicoy a delightful destination for those seeking cultural immersion and natural beauty.

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Kadmat Island

For nature enthusiasts, Kadmat Island is a canvas painted with coconut palms, white sandy beaches, and coral reefs. The lagoon on one side and the open sea on the other create a mesmerising contrast. Kadmat offers opportunities for water sports, including kayaking and sailing, ensuring an active yet rejuvenating experience.

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Kalpeni Island

Kalpeni, adorned with three islets known as Tilakkam, Pitti, and Cheriyam, exudes tranquillity. The lagoon here is famous for its sunken ships. The Kalpeni Beach and Tip Beach offer a serene ambience for those seeking peaceful moments by the sea.
 

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Published January 6th, 2024 at 14:22 IST

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