Lakshadweep Tour Package
Lakshadweep is a union territory of India, consisting of 36 small islands in the Arabian Sea, which form a single Lakshadweep island. Including Agatti Island, which is located at a distance of 220 to 459 km from the Malabar Coast of Kochi and is 7.6 km long. The island has the only airport.
Agatti Island remains a tourist attraction, with some restrictions on the island allowing visitors to enter the island. They are required to obtain an entry permit from the Lakshadweep administration to visit the island. A 2011 census found that Lakshadweep has only 11 inhabited islands, and some islands are only sand bars and atolls, with no freshwater source.
Famous for rich marine life, resident islands, crystal clear blue waters, and coral reefs, Lakshadweep is one of the best places in the world to take a break from the regular busy days. It is a perfect place to enjoy and relax in the peaceful surroundings here. Surrounding the island offers a great variety of natural vegetation and coral reef formations. Offers a choice of snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, and many exciting water sports activities
The clear and crystal clear blue waters of Lakshadweep provide a great opportunity for scuba diving. Some of the major islands for scuba diving in Lakshadweep include Agatti, Bangaram, Minicoy, and Kadmat. Lakshadweep also operates several major PADI certified dive enterprises,
which are designed to allow advanced divers and sport newbies to enjoy these islands. These islands have a wide variety of sea creatures observed through scuba diving close to the coral reefs, providing some of the best dive conditions in the world with PADI certified dive enterprises operating with approximately 30 feet of underwater visibility.
Best Time To Visit Lakshadweep
The best time to visit Lakshadweep is from October to mid-May, during this season the waters are calm and clear, the atmospheric conditions are also pleasant, and also the best time for scuba divers due to underwater visibility.
The monsoon season starts from mid-May to September and there is a possibility of rain in this season. Although all the resorts in Lakshadweep are open throughout the year, it becomes difficult to reach there by ship during the monsoon months. Islands like Agatti and Bangaram remain pleasant even in monsoons and are easily accessible via Kochi.
How To Reach Lakshadweep
To reach Lakshadweep, the cable can be reached by air or water transport only. The city of Kochi, located in the state of Kerala, India, has become a center for tourists going to the islands. Air India's only airport in Lakshadweep is located in Agatti Island and operates daily flights to Agatti. Boats used to go from Agatti to many nearby islands like Kavaratti, Bangaram, Kadmat, etc. Ships are the most popular and easiest way to reach the various islands. Located within 450 km from the city of Kochi, it takes around 14 to 18 hours for them to reach these islands.