Things To Do In Lakshadweep

Outlandish and sun-kissed beaches, luxuriant landscapes and turquoise-hued waters—what else could you request of a tropical honeymoon? But the actual attraction of the Lakshadweep islands, on the other hand, rests underwater: the pristine lagoons, untouched coral reefs and warm waters are a magnetic for honeymoon couples.

Palmtree on Island, Maldives, Indian Ocean

Best time to visit Lakshadweep

The best time to visit Lakshadweep is from October to mid-May.

From mid-May to September it is rainy. Although all the resorts in Lakshadweep are open during the course of the year, reaching there by ship is problematic during monsoon. Islands like Agatti and Bangaram are enjoyable even during the monsoon and can be reached by flight starting from Kochi. Reaching resort like Kadmat, Minicoy and Kavaratti is tough as they are not connected by helicopter or flight. During rainy season, transportation from Agatti to Bangaram is only done by helicopters. Nonetheless the rainy season offers a spectacular experience when the vegetation looks greener than ever and the covering of rain enhances a different hue to the beauty of lagoons and the blue seas out there. Even though flights operate during the course of the year for the tourists, ships function only for natives and are unavailable for tourist transport during rainy season.

Things to do in Lakshadweep

Below are few must do things which one would certainly venture out on one’s next trip to Lakshadweep:

  • Coral Gazing at Agatti
  • Kayaking and Yatch sailing on Kavaratti
  • Try out Scuba diving at Kadmat
  • Watch folk dances like Kolkali and Parichakali
  • Lighthouse at Minicoy
  • Island Trips (Bangaram, Parali, Kalpitty, Thinnakara and Agatti Island)

Water Sports

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  • Sailing
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking

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  • Water Skiing
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving


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