Lakshadweep formerly known as the Laccadive, Minicoy, and Aminidivi Islands, is a group of islands in the Laccadive Sea, 200 to 440 kilometres off the south western coast of India.An archipelago of blissful beauty, Lakshadweep, is shaped out from a chain of minuscule to massive beautiful islands and palm studded coral atolls. The emerald green islands and snow white atolls are bounded by crystal clear turquoise lagoons with spectacular coral reefs and vivid marine life and vast multi-hued sea. The mystique of the islands is enhanced by its remoteness which endows the traveler with a pleasant solitude. The pleasant solitude that these remote islands offer to travellers enhances its mystique.
Lakshadweep islands lie about 220 to 440 kms off the Kerala coast between 8° and 12° North Latitudes and 71° and 74° East Longitudes