Miliku, at the heart of Lakshadweep, is the go-to spot for exploring the islands. With a striking lighthouse and beautiful white-sand beaches, it's a must-visit for a quick getaway.
Kavaratti in Lakshadweep: White sands, breathtaking sunsets, and a serene lagoon with lush greenery. A perfect getaway for nature lovers, attracting hundreds of foreign tourists annually.
Explore Lakshadweep Marine Life Museum for a rich showcase of aquatic life, including a popular shark skeleton exhibit. A must-visit for marine enthusiasts.
Kalpeni Island's Pitti Island: Secluded gem for snorkeling amidst indigenous marine life. Limited accommodations, book in advance.
Thinnakara Island in Lakshadweep, a quick boat ride from Agatti, is a water sports hub with limited hotels (around twenty rooms). Booking in advance is advised for solo travelers, drawn to its pristine lagoons and coastline.
Secluded island near Kerala with no private resorts; book accommodation early. Highlights: exceptional food, fresh catches. Unpopular among foreign tourists, making it an ideal serene getaway in Lakshadweep.
Lakshadweep's paradise, a 4-5 day retreat, boasts serene beauty, adventure, and the unique privilege of permitted alcohol. Limited availability during the off-season adds to its allure.
Agatti Island, a brief 20-minute drive from Kochi airport, beckons with Lagoon beach and local delicacies like dried tuna. Explore diverse accommodations and attractions on this captivating island getaway.
Amini Beach in Lakshadweep is a serene spot on Amini Island, known for coral sandstone. Activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, and kayaking. Perfect for a relaxing day in the sun with cocktails.
Andrott Island in Lakshadweep is famous for its Jumaat mosque and the Saint Ubaidullah Tomb. History enthusiasts can explore ancient Buddhist ruins, while marine life lovers can spot octopuses