4 Beaches in Lakshadweep that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Beaches to explore in Lakshadweep

“Lakshadweep, the group of 36 islands is known for its exotic and sun-kissed beaches and lush green landscape. The name Lakshadweep in Malayalam and Sanskrit means ‘a hundred thousand islands’. ”

BangaramBangaram, Lakshadweep 682553, India

Bangaram Island, a breathtaking island located in the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean, is a beautiful tiny island in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, India. The pristine beaches and vibrant coral reefs are a treat for travellers. Walk around the entire island, swim with the colourful fishes, watch how the sting rays sway, check out the dolphins as they move closer to become friends with you, notice the turtles move leisurely either on the beach or under water and observe the bright colo

KalpeniKalpeni, Lakshadweep

Kalpeni Island in Lakshadweep is the combination of three small islands. Travelers and tourists visit this island to have a great time in their holidays. The three islets Cheriyam, Pitti and Tilakkam have undoubtedly gone on to beautify the island of Kalpeni. Kalpeni Island is situated between Minicoy and Andrott and 287 kms away from the Indian city of Kochi in the state of Kerala. The Kalpeni Island is situated to the south-east of the Kavaratti Island.

Kiltan IslandKiltan Island, Lakshadweep, India

Kiltan or Kilthan Island is a coral island belonging to the Amindivi Subgroup of islands of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep in India. It is at a distance of 1,947 km south of the metropolis of Delhi. The nearest mainland frame is Cannanore and the nearest port is Mangalore. Kiltan is settled all through early intervals of commonplace immigration to the Lakshadweep islands. The island become part of an international exchange route between the Persian Gulf and Ceylon. Kiltan is the house of th

Minicoy IslandMinicoy Island, Lakshadweep

Minicoy, locally known as Maliku; is an island in Lakshadweep, India. Along with Viringili, it is on Maliku atoll, the southernmost atoll of Lakshadweep archipelago. Administratively, it is a census town in the Indian union territory of Lakshadweep. Minicoy has a lighthouse built by the British in 1885. Visitors are allowed up, right to the very top. Words cannot do justice to the incredible size of the lagoon, one of the largest in Lakshadweep, the green of coconut trees, and the mirror-like su