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Travel to Lakshadweep

The islands of Lakshadweep are an inviting holiday destination for nature lovers. With soft beaches and plenty of sun, this group of 35 islands with lush green landscape and beautiful beaches is known for its diving and snorkeling facilities. We, as principal Travel Agents for India, offer you reliable travel and tour services to this beautiful island territory.

It is believed that the Lakshadweep islands have been formed due to coral activity. These coral reefs give each of these islands and the sea around them, a unique colour and beauty. The smallest of all Indian Union Territories, Lakshadweep is safely tucked away from the cacophony of modernisation.

Following are some of the key destinations to visit in Lakshadweep.

Bangaram Island

The Bangaram Island has been developed as a tourist center and is the only island open to foreign tourists, besides certain other specified islands where day visits are permitted. Just an hour and a half away from Agatti, the island of Bangaram charms you with its coconut canopies, colorful boats and fish is all sizes and hues. Right from the glass bottom boat and the speed boat to wind surfing and kayaking you may indulge in any of the amazing activities offered at Bangaram. Deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, rafting, catamaran sailing and snorkeling are other water activities you may enjoy at Bangaram. Don’t forget to treat your taste buds with the Lakshadweep tuna, squid and other sumptuous seafood options. Spot the Asian dolphins, Leopard Moray Eels, frogfish, manyan, octopus and the turtle as they swim by you. Tinnakara, Parali-I and Parali-II make excellent excursion options from Bangaram.


The palm fringed western beach of Agatti is indeed heaven on Earth, one of the nature’s treasures at Lakshadweep Islands. Soothe yourself in the combination of the sun, sand and the sea. Agatti boasts of being the only island in Lakshadweep with an airport. Thus the entire air transportation between the Lakshadweep islands and the Indian mainland takes place through Agatti. Thus, Agatti is rightly addressed as the ‘Gateway to the Lakshadweep islands”. While at Agatti do not miss the experience of the fiberglass boats and the country canoes cruises. Amongst the wide range of water sports offered at Agatti are snorkeling, kayaking and canoeing.


Kavaratti is the administrative capital of the Lakshadweep islands. The swaying coconut canopies invite you for the time of your life. While at Kavaratti do not miss out on the Urja mosque that happens to be one of the most beautiful mosques amongst the 52 mosques in Kavaratti. The ornate ceiling of the mosque has been carved out from a single piece of driftwood. The other must visit at Kavaratti is the Aquarium that will captivate you with the variety of colorful fish and corals. Then there is the Lakshadweep Museum that is home to several artifacts.

How to Reach Lakshadweep

The Lakshadweep islands are 400 kms west of the coast of Kerala. From the Indian Mainland you may either board the regular flights or the vessels that ply between Cochin and Agatti. The Indian flights caters to the air transportation and the ships sails to the major islands of Lakshadweep in a sequence. For inter island travel you may need to use the boat or the helicopter services since they are usually miles apart and could take anything between three to twenty hours.

We provide complete tour packages as well as travel and tour services for the Lakshadweep islands. We offer complete arrangements starting from permits, air booking/sea booking services, transit accommodation and other facilities at Cochin/Agatti, ground /boat transfer facilities and transport facilities for a tour of any of the islands in Lakshadweep. We will be happy to help you in any way. All you need to do is fill in the form at the end of this page and send it to us with your travel query, and we will get back to you at the earliest.

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