By Santosh Salve
June 23, 2022
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Lakshadweep, formerly known as the Laccadive Islands, translates from Malayalam as "one hundred thousand islands." Everyone has an exciting experience at this location.
Lakshadweep is located 400 kilometres off the Arabian Sea's southwest coast. Only 36 islands make up the 32 sq. km. total area of the smallest union territory in India.
Lakshadweep is commonly reached through Kochi (Kerala), and all travellers, even Indians, need a permit to enter Lakshadweep. You can get permits directly from Kochi.
Visitors who are interested in visiting the well-known island destination enjoy the exciting activities and have a fantastic beach holiday they will remember forever.
The Lakshadweep islands' allure may stem from their isolation. They don't draw throngs of partygoers to its coasts since they are off the beaten path.
Lakshadweep offers tours to Minicoy Island, Agatti Islands, Bangaram Island, Kavaratti Islands, and Kalpeni Island.
Lakshadweep is accessible between October and mid-May, when the weather is nice and ideal for participating in water sports.
Only air and water may be used to travel to Lakshadweep. It is located in the Arabian Sea about 400 kilometres from India's western coast.
In addition to providing a variety of islands ideal for a tropical vacation, Lakshadweep also allows visitors to experience a deluxe vacation that is a must-see.
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