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Scuba Diving and water sports in Lakshadweep

watersportThe scuba diving and snorkeling adventure in India involves two Tropical Island destinations of the country – Andaman – Nicobar and Lakshwadeep. Popularly known as Lacadives, the waters of Lakshadweep Islands are completely untouched and pure, some even totally unexplored. The Lakshadweep islands are a popular location for water sports like Kayaking, Snorkeling and Scuba Diving, which you can enjoy on tours to the Lakshadweep islands. Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep is an amazing experience. The crystal clear water, the clean sand on the seabed, the colorful coral and vibrant tropical fish, make a journey underwater a magical one.

SCUBA is actually an acronym, which stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Kadmat Island is one destination of Lakshadweep that is embraced by a lagoon that stretches across its western shores. The adventure of scuba diving can be easily clubbed with activities like underwater photography and fish identification.

Adorned with 36 beautiful coral islands, Lakshadweep’s marine life is just exquisite and unique. A tear-drop shaped, uninhabited island of Lakshadweep is unbelievably romantic. It is encompassed by a continuous halo of creamy sand and like all other islands by lush green coconut trees. There are three uninhabited islands in the same a toll consisting of Tinnakara, Parali-I, Parali-II, each easily accessible by out boarding, sailing rowing and for the athletic, by kayaking or wind-surfing from Bangaram.

Lakshdweep Islands have also got an edge over water sports activities. Kadmat and Kavaratti Islands provide facilities for Scuba Diving, Sailing and Snorkeling. Snorkeling is another favorite water sport activities of Lakshadweep. Bangaram Island offers an excellent opportunity for snorkeling in its shallow waters.

If you want to make your holiday an event of lifetime then visit these exceptional adventure activities on the seashores full of mangroves, cliff promontories, backwater and beautiful groups of island along the Indian coastline.

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