•  Lakshadweep Tourist Attractions
Overview

Lakshadweep Islands supports eco-tourism. Water based tourism is one of the major attractions for travelers. The union territory is concerned about preserving the eco system of the islands and at the same time it promotes tourism. The coral reef, the clear sea water, the beaches – all contribute to enhance the beauty of the islands. Some of the islands of Lakshadweep are popular for water sports while some of the islands are particularly promoted for tourism.

Destinations To Visit In lakshadweep
Visit Places on Interest during the tour: 

Kavaratti
 Kavaratti is the capital and the most developed island in Lakshadweep. 52 mosques are stretch out over the island including the most beautiful Ujra mosque. Water from a well near the Ujra mosque is believed to have curative powers. Kavaratti is a beautiful lagoon that forms a perfect spot for water sports and leisure basking on sandy beaches. Marine life enthusiasts can visit the marine aquarium, which has an outstanding collection of aquatic specimens. The multicolored underwater life in the lagoons can be seen through glass-bottomed boats. Kayaks, wind surfers and sailing boats are available here. The Dolphin Dive Centre is a great attraction for scuba divers.
Kalpeni
 Kalpeni along with two small islets of Tilakkam and Pitti and the uninhabited island of Cheriyam in the north form a single atoll. A strange feature of Kalpeni is a huge storm bank of coral debris along its eastern and southeastern shorelines. You can swim, snorkel or reef-walk in the vast lagoon and indulge in water sports on kayaks, sailboats and pedal boats Tourist facilities have been increased and tourists can stay in privately managed huts.
Minicoy
 Furthest from Kavaratti Island, 200 Km. away to the south and also nearer to the Maldives, Minicoy has one of the largest lagoons in Lakshadweep. The green of coconut trees and the mirror-like surface of an inland lake as it locates in one corner of the island provide an immensely beautiful seascape. Minicoy is renowned for its tradition dance - the Lava presented on festive occasions. Colourful race boats called "Jahadhoni" are a feast to the eyes of tourists. It is an important center for tuna fishing and a tuna-canning factory on the island processes the catch. A 300-foot tall lighthouse built in 1885 by the British is a towering landmark. Visitors are allowed and can swim, have a beach walk, pedal boat, kayaking and sailing.
Agatti
Agatti Island has the only airport in Lakshadweep. This island has become the gateway to Lakshadweep and has a beautiful lagoon. As you approach to land, you will get a breath-taking vision of the airstrip on the island.

Bangaram
There is something indescribably romantic about the view of an uninhabited island and Bangaram justifies that feeling. Teardrop shaped, it is surrounded by a continuous halo of creamy sand. Like all the other islands of Lakshadweep, luxuriant plantations of coconut provide coolness still during the hottest part of the day. During the night, phosphorescent plankton washes ashore on the coral sands and gives the beach a bluish glow, which is totally charming. There are numerous adventures here to enjoy-like beach games, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, and deep sea fishing.

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