Lakshadweep being the group of Exotic islands, offers tremendous tourist attractions. Amindivi Island is an exotic group of islands, one of the three primary island subgroups of the Lakshadweep Islands. Amindivi is a group of Islands situated in the northern part of the Lakshadweep Islands which consists mainly of Amini, Kadmat, Kiltan, Chetlat, and Bitra Islands.
Amindivi Islands which are famous as tourist attractions nowadays have a history since ancient times. Islands that Indians ruled, as well as foreign rulers for a very long time, are now part of Lakshadweep Islands, a Union territory of India. Amindivi's name comes from the sub island Amini which means Heavenly place or Faithful in Arabic. Other than that, Amindivi Island recorded the highest rainfall in 2004 in India.
Surrounded by azure blue water, with some fantastic picturesque views of the Arabic ocean throughout the day with spectacular sunrises and sunsets, Amindivi Islands in Lakshadweep offers great beachside activities, with lip-smacking local delicacies and much more. Here you can visit Amini Island famous for its alluring beauty with crystal clear beaches, resorts, and spas along with the best craftsmen who create many artifacts made out of tortoise shells and coconut shells which can be gifted to your loved ones. Kadmat Island is another sub-island that offers many recreational water sport activities in Lakshadweep like scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, and many more to visitors who love some adrenaline rush and want to get away from stress. Moreover, party buffs can have time of their life at Amindivi Island Lakshadweep by visiting resorts and hotels that organize private beach parties, in-house parties, various events, spa activities to entertain their guests in the most possible ways.
To Reach Amindivi Island in Lakshadweep there are two modes of transportation; one is by air and the second one is by sea route. By Air, you can reach Lakshadweep in record time compared to the sea route. To reach Amindivi Island take a flight from anywhere to Cochin International Airport where you can take a connecting flight to reach Agatti airport on Lakshadweep Island. After reaching Agatti Airport you can take any boats or ferries to reach Amindivi Islands.
Those who have time to explore and enjoy not just the destination but the journey too can avail any boats, ships, cruises to travel to Amindivi Islands Lakshadweep which takes around 15 to 18 hours to reach depending upon the type of transport boat. However, time-consuming this method of transportation allows you to soak into the most scenic views which will stay with you as nothing but a wonderful memory.
October to Mid-May is practically the best time to visit Amindivi Island in Lakshadweep because the climate is moderate between this period. During monsoons, it is difficult to reach these groups of islands in particular as they are only connected by sea route to Agatti Island and due to heavy rains the ocean gets rough. And unlike Bangaram Islands, Amindivi Islands are not connected by flight to Agatti.
Amindivi Island in Lakshadweep houses most of the population of Lakshadweep and the government is incurring revenue from tourism here attracts quite a several tourists. There are many resorts and hotels available to stay at Amindivi islands. Some of them acquire private beaches, which allow these hotels and resorts more approachable by tourists. There are many restaurants available that serve Indian, continental and local food, seafood being mainly served dishes.
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