There are some thing that are really hard to find in
Lakshadweep. Like fast cars, or shrinks, or tranquilizers.
They do have all that water though. Bright and clear as
liquid glass. Fringed by white stretches of sand where the
only throngs you'll ever see are of the sandpipers on the
shore. And you could sleep by the seaside with the night
sky as your ceiling. Therapy has never felt better.
Geographically similar to that other divers' haunt,
Lakshadweep is like Maldives without the crowds. 400
kilometers off the coast of Kerala, this group of 36 coral
islands and atolls can be reached by a twenty - hour sea
journey from Cochin. Of the ten inhabited islands, only
two, Bangaram and Kadmat, are open to foreigners and there
are dive centers on both these islands. The langoons are
home to a spectacular world of marine life, so unexplored,
you may well have a site named after you.