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Why Mauritius? Visit Lakshadweep Islands First!

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These islands are like India’s best kept secret. The islands are rich in history and can be dated back to the Pallava dynasty in the 7th century. They are extremely rich in marine life and offer you pristine beaches, with swaying palms.

The islands are famous for top quality sea food and for pearl fishing. In total, this is a cluster of 21 islands. We have picked for you the best places to see in these islands.

1. Kadmat

Kadmat

This island is popularly called as the cardamom island. The shores are shallow and it has the most beautiful coral reef to offer.

2. Kavaratti Island

Kavaratti Island

You could say this is the most happening islands in this UT. The waters are crystal blue and the lagoons offer you complete privacy. If you love water sports, you will get many opportunities here.

3. Kalpeni Island

Kalpeni Island

The island offers you complete privacy. You can swim, enjoy water sports and be yourself. The shores are absolutely white.

4. Bangaram Atoll

Bangaram

You will hear most about this island from fellow travellers. May be for the reason that you can drink hard liquor only here.

5. Agatti Island

Agatti Island

If you want to see a unique culture and community up-close, then head to this island. You need a special permit to visit it.

6. Minicoy Island

Minicoy Island

These islands were the capital of these islands in the golden age. If you have seen postcards with lighthouses, then you know where they are. You will also get some of the best food in the islands here.

Priya Aurora
Priya Aurora
Bon vivant, writer extraordinaire. Can be reached at: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail me

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