Lakshadweep is a group of 36 islands in the Arabian Sea, located about 200 to 440 kilometers off the southwestern coast of India.
The islands are known for their stunning coral reefs, which make them a popular destination for snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts.
Lakshadweep is the smallest Union Territory of India, both in terms of land area and population.
The culture of Lakshadweep is a unique blend of Indian, Arabian, and indigenous influences. The people follow a form of Islam that is heavily influenced by local traditions.
Kavaratti is the capital of Lakshadweep and is known for its beautiful lagoons and calm beaches. It is also the most developed and populous island in the archipelago.
Despite being a tourist destination, not all islands in Lakshadweep have airports. Agatti and Bangaram have airports that connect to mainland India.
The sale and consumption of alcohol are banned on all the islands except Bangaram.