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LAKSHADWEEP SIGHTSEEING

 

The Lakshadweep archipelago consists of 36 islands some 200 to 300 km. off the Kerala coast and forms a northern extension of the Maldives chain. 10 of the islands are inhabited. The islands form the smallest of the Union Territories of India and are the country's only coral islands. The main occupation of the people is fishing and the production of copra and coir. Tourism is an emerging industry. These palm-fringed coral islands with their beautiful lagoons are every bit as inviting as those in the Maldives archipelago. Four of the inhabited islands (Kavaratti, Kalpeni, Minicoy and Kadmat) are open to Indian tourists and the building of a resort complex on the uninhabited island of Bangaram, which is open to both Indian and foreign tourists. Boat Package tours by luxury ship are arranged through SPORTS, Lakshadweep Office, Indira Gandhi Road, Willindon Island, Kochi (Cochin) 682003.


LAKSHADWEEP-GETTING THERE AND AWAY

 

GETTING THERE AND AWAY AIR Vayudoot flies to Agatti from Kochi, Koxhikode and Madras. Transfer to Bangaram Island is by speedboat or helicopter during the monsoon season. The island are interconnected by helicopter flights. BOAT Package tours by luxury ship are arranged through SPORTS, Lakshadweep Office, Indira Gandhi Road, Willingdon Island, Kochi 682003. These tour take place on the MV Tipu Sultan which plies regularly between Kochi and Lakshadweep. The other vessel which plies the same route as the Tipu Sultan on a regular basis is the MV Bharat Seema.


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