Lakshadweep is a group of 36 coral islands located in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Kerala, India. With its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and abundant marine life, Lakshadweep is a paradise for beach lovers and snorkelers. The islands are known for their rich culture and tradition, and visitors can experience the local way of life by exploring the local markets and indulging in the delicious seafood. Some popular tourist attractions include the Agatti Island, Bangaram Island, and Kavaratti Island. Lakshadweep is also home to a number of marine conservation areas, including the Kalpeni, Minicoy, and Suheli Islands, which are great for eco-tourism activities.