Lakshadweep Island

Love Is In The Air
The most romantic feature of an island beach is the quiet and uninhabited atmosphere and that's where the beaches of Lakshadweep come into the picture. The palm-fringed beaches of Lakshadweep provide coolness even at in the hottest summer months, making this island region as a destination that can be traveled throughout the year.
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Kalpeni Island, Lakshadweep Islands, India
a couple of chairs kept in the shade of a natural beach umbrella at Lakshadweep
Kalpeni Island, Lakshadweep Islands, India

Lakshadweep Islands is known as the ultimate exotic diving location that lies two hundred and fifty miles off the southwest coast of India in the Arabian Sea. This island destination comprise of the 36 islands that are scattered like emerald green jewels in a sea. Popularly known as the Lakshadweep Island Group, these islands are also called “the Laccadives” and are located 400-kms away from the state of Kerala on the Indian mainland.

The beaches of Lakshadweep are a paradise for divers, but out of Lakshadweep’s 36 Arabian Sea coral islands and islets, ten islands are inhabited, and just two, Bangaram and Kadmat, are open to visitors.

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