Kavaratti Island– the most developed island and the headquarters of Lakshadweep. Kavarati is known for its pristine white sand beaches, calm lagoons, many Muslim mosques, coral attols and rich marine life.
Kalpeni Island - has the largest lagoon among Lakshadweep islands. The lagoon is relatively shallow and ideal for all kinds of water sports.
Minicoy Island – is the second largest and the southernmost island of Lakshadweep archipelago. Minicoy has a mixed culture of Maldivian and South Indian with a rich tradition of performing arts and customs, lifestyle and food similar to those of the Maldives. The island is covered with coconut trees and has a tall lighthouse which is the major landmark of Minicoy.
Kadmat Island - is the only is island in Lakshadweep archipelago which has lagoon on both the sides. The shallow lagoon is an ideal spot for diving. Kadmat is a popular destination for honeymooners.
Agatti Island - is a 5.6 km (4 mi) long island, situated on a coral atoll. Agatti has a beautiful lagoon and several mosques.
Bangaram Island – is uninhabited island. A tear drop shaped island with coconut groves, sandy beaches and shallow lagoon with exquisite coral formation including the black coral formations and rich variety of coral fishes is a popular destination for scuba diving.
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