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Agatti Island

Agatti Island the gateway for the Lakshadweep, it is located at a distance of around 459 km from the Cochin. Agatti Island is around 6km long. Fishing is the main occupation for the people living here.<br />This island has some of the best beaches for swimming in the world. Tourists can enjoy the adventure of swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving. Tourists can also find huge lagoons over here, which increases the beauty of this island. Visitors can also enjoy different water sports activities like Scuba Diving, Deep Sea Fishing, sailing, boat rides, water skiing and kayaking at Agatti Island.

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Kavaratti Island

Kavaratti Island is the most developed Island in Lakshadweep. Kavaratti is the administrative capital of Lakshdweep and the population is dominated by non-islanders. There are around 52 mosques on the island, and the most beautiful one is Ujra mosque.

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Kalpeni is located at the distance of around 76 km south of Androth. This place lies in an extensive and shallow lagoon. The lagoon is famous for its rich coral and marine life.

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Agatti Island Beach Resort

Privately owned, but quite run down; although apparently new cottages are planned. The main attraction is diving, which is better than at Bangaram. 20 beds.

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Kadmat Island Resort

The choice of scuba divers, this is home to Lakshadweep's first scuba facility. 22 executive huts, 26 family huts. Government-run and basic.

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Kadmat Island

Kadmat Island is a popular tourist destination. There is a huge lagoon on the west side of the island, around 10 km from the Amini.

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Smooth sand is caressed by the waves of the multi coloured sea. This beautiful is around 8 km from the north side of Agatti Island.

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Operates the scuba diving shops at both Bangaram and Kadmat Resorts.

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Diveline Agatti

Operates the scuba diving shop at the Agatti Resort.

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About Lakshadweep

Map of Lakshadweep
Map of Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep is India's smallest union territory with just 32 square kilometres, and one of only two Indian administrative divisions with a Muslim majority (sharing that distinction with the state of Jammu and Kashmir). The name literally means "a hundred thousand islands" in Sanskrit (laksha = lakh or a quantity of 100,000, dweep = island). It has ten inhabited islands, 17 uninhabited islands with attached islets, four newly formed islets and 5 submerged reefs.

Lakshadweep is one of the most beautiful destinations that you could visit during your holidays with beautiful marine life, relaxed village life, some tourist resorts and cherished mosques.

Source: wikivoyage