Lakshadweep Island, the land of spotless sea is the only group of
reef island in India.
Of its 36 islands, only a few are meant for tourist visit. The islands are
such that it challenge adventure lovers from all across the world.
The beaches in Lakshadweep are a place to take a stroll or laze in the sand
and soak the sun. The Agatti, Kalpeni, Kavaratti, Kadamat, Minicoy and
Bangaram are the main tourist attractions in Lakshadweep.
The 16th century mosque in Agatti Island is a
must-visit one. Its architecture resembles the Malabar temple style and has
no minarets. Also, the white-washed Urja Mosque in Kavaratti makes worth a
The Minicoy island in Lakshadweep is home to about
10 traditional villages. Visitors, on visiting the rural sites can enjoy the
folk programmes, organized by the dominating Maliku community.
Golden Jubilee Museum:
This two-storey museum is only one of its
kind in the Agatti Island. It displays traditional Minicoy sailboat, busts
of Buddha, dating back to 9th or 12th century and more antique things.
The touristy islands of Lakshadweep is popular all over the world for the
adventure of water-sports. It plays as an ideal destination for challengers,
who beliefs in doing something extra-ordinary.
The island in Lakshadweep offers the adventure of
scuba diving that showcase the live corals and colorful fishes inhabited in
the region. The Kadamat Island Resort and Bangaram Beach Resort handles
diving school for the enthusiasts.
Lakshadweep is greatly known for this favorite adventure
sports, which allows one to float in the mighty Arabian and explore the
underwater world. Bangaram Island is the main site for Snorkeling.
Adventure freaks can spend nice time with angling in
the lagoons of Lakshadweep. Some resorts in the island organizes night
lagoon fishing and offers the opportunity to catch the common Tuna fish,
lobsters, crabs and tortoises.
The amazing tropical
island of Lakshadweep offers the leisurely travel via boat. Boats like pedal
boats, canoes, glass bottom boats and speed boats are provided by the
adventure camps and resorts here, which aid riders to sail through the vast
stretch of the ocean.