Located approximately 400 Kms off the western coast of Kerala, Lakshadweep is a group of 36 coral islands sprinkled accross the arabian sea. Legend has it that the islands were discovered by shipwrecked sailors around 345 AD, during the rule of Cheruman Perumal, legendary king of Kerala.
Isolation from the mainland has preserved the islands and their seas to this day whereas a Union Territory of India, these islands enjoy a special status protecting their unique cultural heritage and way of life. Pristine seas, vibrant colors, powder soft sand, virgin coral reefs... all these make lakshadeep a dream destination waiting to be explored.
The absence of many things considered essential make a holiday in the Lakshadeep isalnds memorable along with healthy and rejuvenating doses of the outdoors.