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Lakshadweep
Kadamat 
              BeachKadamat Beach
Kadamat is 8 Kms long and 550 m wide at the broadest point. In addition to the beautiful shallow lagoon on the west that forms an ideal spot for water sports, there is a narrow lagoon on the east. The best attractions are the long sandy beaches and the sand banks on the southern tip for sun bath. Kadamat has been identified for staying tourists with its tourists huts aesthetically situated in the coconut palm groves in the beaches facing the lagoon. The place is ideal for a real holiday that brings you away from the maddening crowd, hustle and bustle of city life.


 Bangaram 
              BeachBangaram Beach
An uninhabited island, Bangaram is the only one open to foreign tourists. The teardrop-shaped island has superb beaches and beautiful lagoons. The wealth of coral formation (including black coral) attracts a variety of tropical fish-angel, clown, butterfly, surgeon, sweetlip, snappers and groupers. There are also manta and sting rays, harmless sharks and green and hawkbill turtles. Windsurfing, scuba diving, parasailing, water skiing and snorkeling. Deep-sea fishing is possible on local boats with crew.



 Bangaram 
              BeachBangaram Beach
Kavaratti island presents beautiful calm lagoon forms an ideal spot for water sport swimming and basking on warm sandy beaches. Marine life exhibits can be seen at the marine aquarium which has excellent collection of specimens.





Kalpeni BeachKalpeni Beach
Kalpeni Island is loved for its scenic beauty and the small islets called Tilakkam & Pitti and an undomesticated island on the north called Cheriyam. A huge shallow lagoon envelopes all of them. A curious feature of Kalpeni atoll is the huge storm bank of coral debris along the eastern and south-eastern shorelines. It is believed that huge boulders were thrown up during a storm in 1847. It is a progressive island; it was in this island that girls first went to school, when women's education was considered a taboo with crew.


 Minicoy IslandMinicoy Island
Minicoy Island is about 10.6 Kms long; it is the second longest island in Lakshdweep, the first being Andrott. The crescent shaped Minicoy Lakshadweep is the southern most island in Lakshadweep, and has one of the largest lagoons. The light house of the island is one of the oldest and was constructed in 1885.


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