1. Minicoy Island
Minicoy Island is situated in the southernmost part of Lakshadweep. Being the second biggest island in the whole area, Minicoy Island has a semi-lunar shape. It is the main island wherein the Mahl language is spoken and on the various islands Malyalam is spoken. Checked among one of the biggest tidal pond in Lakshadweep, the island is perfect for fish angling.
The manufacturing plants situated on the island are commonly occupied with fish canning. There are various ice plants and cold stockpiling machines present inside the production lines.
2. Bangaram Island
Bangaram Island is one of the inhabited islands in Lakshadweep. Boat tours to Bangaram take around 2 hours. There is a Bangaram Resort in this island. During a visit to the Bangaram islands, swimming, plunging and scuba jumping should be possible.
The island is brimming with coral reefs and the water is perfectly clear with assortment of fish. There are three other little uninhabited islands close by, Thinakara, Parli I and Parli II. The water between these islands is shallow and a walk can be taken here.
3. Agatti Island
The island of Agatti in Lakshadweep is one of the top spots to visit and it is the undeniable landing destination into the universe of tropical heaven in light of the fact that the island’s just air terminal is situated here. Like other island destinations in Lakshadweep, Agatti is a small 7.6 km long strip land. Furthermore, the main sight you see when you arrive is a riveting huge sea green/blue breadth and wonderful coral reefs. While here, you can remember even the smallest minute in the moderate pace of life.
4. Kavaratti Island
Surrounded by cool refreshing air, the island of Kavaratti is another must visit place in Lakshadweep that offers sun, sand, and luxury. Here, you can escape into a universe of complete rapture where the blue tidal ponds and white sandy shorelines raise your spirit. Kavaratti Island likewise happens to be the capital of Lakshadweep and there are a couple of vacation destinations. Although architectural heritage is less to be found, you can investigate the Jamath Mosque and Urja Mosque, besides some of the other must-see places here are the Marine Aquarium and Desalination Plant.
5. Amini Beach
Amini Beach is situated on the island of Amini in Lakshadweep. The eastern and western sides of the shoreline are secured with coral sandstone that is utilized for development purposes. Travelers can appreciate swimming, reef strolling and lounging on this sandy shoreline. Water sports, for example, kayaking, scuba plunging and surfing should likewise be possible. Corals can be seen by cruising in glass bottomed boats.
On Amini Beach, guests can purchase souvenirs like strolling sticks made with tortoise and coconut shells alongside coir items. Society tunes performed by the nearby individuals are another fascination.
6. Kadmat Islands
Kadmat Islands, one of the prime tourist locations of the Lakshadweep, s situated at a distance off of 10 km from Amini Island. On the eastern and western sides of the island, travelers can observer tidal ponds and coconut palms. Water sports, for example, kayaking, yachting, skiing and scuba plunging can be delighted in on the Kadmat Islands.
Past the jetty in Agatti Island, there is a huge tidal pond with clear water. This is the spot through which the boats enter the jetty. With glass bottomed boats , the lagoon can be seen with the aquatic animals such as fishes, crabs, floating reefs, etc.
The water is around 10 ft deep, however the base is visible through the clear waters. boats to go into the tidal pond are found in the jetty. Also, facilities of kayaking and other water based activities are available here.
8. Kalpeni Island
The island of Kalpeni is so small, you can literally walk from one end to other. Also, like Minicoy Island, you can go for a sightseeing tour to some of the star attraction here, and dont miss to visit the lighthouse and Jama Masjid. In Kalpeni, there are a lot of coral life and swimming is one of its fundamental water sports, yet on the other hand, relaxing and sun tanning your body on the shoreline, sipping a cooler is the thing that a perfect vacationer would want to do.
9. Golden Jubilee Museum
The Golden Jubilee Museum is the main exhibition hall in the entire of Agatti that has traditional Minicoy sailboats or ‘jagdhoni.’ Tourists inspired by the historical backdrop of the island can visit this gallery to look at the gathering of wooden chests, antiquated containers and significant accumulation of gold coins.
The exhibition hall is housed in a two floored building with the ground floor having the presentation of two Lord Buddha’s busts that have a place with the period somewhere in the range of 9th and 12th A.D. These relics really talk about the time before the landing of Islam in the islands.
Mohidden Mosque is the oldest mosque in the whole of Lakshadweep and it goes back to the sixteenth century. It is surrounded by palm forests and has carved tombstones. A portion of the tombstones additionally goes back to sixteenth century, while, others were carved a few years after the development of the mosque.
The style and engineering of Mohidden Mosque resembles that of the Malabar Temple. The most striking component of the mosque is that there are no minarets and the structure has a tank and a well inside it.