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Agatti Airport, Lakshadweep Islands : Incredible India

Lakshadweep is a Union territory of India and consists of a number of beautiful Islands. The Lakshdweep Islands lie about 200 km - 400 km to the west of the Kerala coast in the Arabian Sea. The picturesque archipelago (group of Islands) is a wonderful tourist destination. In this section of Lakshadweep tourism, we have discussed about how to reach Lakshadweep. 

How to Reach Lakshadweep Islands by Air
Lakshadweep has an airport in Agatti, which is connected by regular flights from Cochin (Kochi) in Kerala. Cochin (Kochi), on the other hand is linked to almost all major cities in India. The flying time between Agatti and Cochin is about one and a half hour. From Agatti, there are helicopter services that help one to travel to Kavaratti, the capital city of Lakshadweep. 

How to Reach Lakshadweep Islands by Sea
If you want to travel to Lakshadweep by ship, there are good options to reach Lakshadweep. A number of passenger ships operate from Cochin to Lakshadweep Islands. It takes 18-20 hrs for ships to reach Lakshadweep from Cochin. During the monsoon season, the ship services for Lakshadweep remain closed.

The Union Territory of Lakshadweep is located at around 200 to 400 Kms west off the coast of Kerela which is separated from the mainland of India by the massive Arabian Sea. The geographical location of Lakshadweep Union Territory is somewhere between the 8° and 12° northern latitude and 71° and 74° eastern longitude. A plan to visit this place in the coming vacations is for sure a tremendous idea but, before that have a glance at some of the convenient options you can go for to reach the Islands of Lakshadweep. There are only two direct ways to reach Lakshadweep one is by air and the other is through water ways. Have a look at some of the guidelines which will help you to reach the place conveniently.

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