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Lakshadweep Beaches
 

Lakshadweep is a small palm covered cluster of islands in the Arabian Sea. It has beautiful and almost untouched beaches. The lovely white coral beaches of Lakshadweep with turquoise waters are unmatched in the world. Being an almost isolated place one can relax to the hearts content. The marine life and the coral reefs are simply stunning.

   
 
Foreign tourists can visit only Bangaram, Agatti and Kadmat for which special permits are required, whereas Indian tourists can make day trips to Kalpeni, Minicoy and Kavaratti too.
   
 
Bangaram island Beach
 
The Jewel of the Lakshadeep, Bangaram island is uninhabited except for occasional visitors from the nearest island, Agatti, where the airport is situated. Bangaram presents a breathtaking spectacle of sparkling coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches and lush green coconut palms. All preserved in the State just as the first discoverers would have found them
 
   
 
At Bangaram island, the more unhurried can simply laze on the silver beaches, soak in the sun, listen to the sound of the waves and watch the swaying of the palms.
   
 
The island feels like it was designed specifically for languid strolls, to watch the beach dances of hermit crabs and listen to the raucous music of the seabirds. But should you feel the need for a little more adventure on your holiday, Bangaram island offers a whole new set of activities.
   
 
 
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