Lakshadweep Tourism

Sunday, January 23, 2011


Experience the real beauty of nature while visiting the beautiful Lakshadweep islands(means a group of hundred thousand islands). Every year thousands of travelers and young honeymooning couples visit these islands that look like an amazing emerald in the center of the Arabian Sea.

Island Tour:
Lakshadweep a group of hundred thousand island are the best getaway to escape the hustle and bustle of the crowded cities. They are a perfect destination to spend your holidays in the nature's lap. The island tour of Lakshadweep is one experience that you will never forget in your lifetime. The splendid view of the alluring blue water of the sea and the mesmerizing scenery of the nature is simply irresistible. No traveler can escape its magic. Agatti, Bangaram, Kavaratti, Pitti, Viringili, Cheriyan, Kodithala, Parli and Kalpitti are the most visited and most popular islands of Lakshadweep.

Beach Tour:
The turquoise blue and crystal clear water of the Arabian sea of the beaches of Lakshadweep attracts the travelers from different corners of the world. Here they can easily laze under the bright sun, sipping the exotic drinks while enjoying the cool wind under the clear sky. They are best places to spend some memorable beach holidays. Even the plush green palm grooves adds to its beauty. Kavaratti, Kalpeni, Minicoy, Kadmat, Agatti and Bangaram are the popular beaches of Lakshadweep where you can relax.

Adventure Tour:
Increase your adrenalin rush while trying your hands in different adventure sports in Lakshadweep. They are another aspect that will help the tourists to explore the real charm of these amazing islands. The adventure enthusiasts from every corner of the world come here to test their endurance and to feel the spine chilling thrill of these adventure sports. This is also a better way to promote the tourism in Lakshadweep. While in Lakshadweep try your hands at scuba diving, snorkeling, para gliding, para sailing, water skiing, swimming and kayaking.

Wildlife Tour:
While on a tour of Lakshadweep islands complete your journey by visiting the different wildlife sanctuaries located here. They are the best places to see the rich wild world of these islands. Here you can see a wide variety of animals and birds in their natural habitat roaming in the thick forests without any restriction. Here you can also see the under water wild world. The coral reef is a home to different species of fishes and water animals. The under water life in these islands is very magnificent and marvelous. Pitti bird sanctuary and Kavaratti wildlife sanctuary are some of the destinations where you can see the wildlife of Lakshadweep.

Eco Tourism:
The introduction of Eco tourism in the Lakshadweep islands is a very innovative way to attract the travelers to this amazing land. On this tour the tourists are introduced to different ways by which they can preserve the mother nature. Along with it they are taken to various locations to enchant their senses and to praise the wonderful creation of nature.

While visiting Lakshadweep islands spend some wonderful and memorable holidays here while praising the mesmerizing beauty of nature.



Prerna January 24, 2011 at 8:33 PM  

Hi i was planning a trip to the Lakshadweep Islands and after reading this blog i got to know a lot about this amazingly beautiful place. This blog gave me a lot of information which i am sure is very useful for my journey. I will definitely recommend this blog to all my friends.

Nisha January 26, 2011 at 10:25 PM  

Lakshadweep is truly a heaven for adventure people...snorkeling, scuba diving etc, its wow.

Chritsino June 7, 2011 at 11:27 PM  

Lakshadweep Islands is known as the ultimate exotic diving location. 36 islands scattered like emerald green jewels in a sea popularly known as the Lakshadweep Island Group are also called “the Laccadives”.

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