Lakshadweep – Enter 36 exquisite coral islands with untouched beaches
Lakshadweep Islands are on archipelago of 36 exquisite coral islands, with untouched beaches and verdant coconut groves, scattered off the Kerala coast in India. The atolls enclose shallow lagoons harbouring India’s richest diversity of coral varieties, and a multitude of colourful reef fish. Bangaram and Kadmat islands offer superb snorkelling and scuba-diving for adventure-loving travellers.
Take a holiday in paradise, just off the western Malabar Coast of India
The Lakshadweep Islands are glorious coral atolls lying just off the western Malabar Coast of India. Each tiny island is surrounded by it’s own glassy lagoon, some are barely a few meters long. As a result of the lack of exploitation, the coral reefs here are thriving and the sea is pristine. Bangaram Island Resort is a gem of an island and the facilities are relatively simple to ensure the continued balance of the delicate eco-system.
One of the few truly unspoilt islands left on earth
Flying out of Kochi in Kerala, to the island of Agatti, followed by an hour’s boat ride, you will find one of the few truly unspoilt islands left on earth. This simple and unsophisticated places which will simply distance you from the noise and stress of the world. For a quiet and peaceful space in one’s life, there is no better place like Lakshadweep.