Lakshadweep is a tropical archipelago of 36 atolls and coral reefs in the Laccadive Sea, off the coast of Kerala, India. Not all of the islands are inhabited, and only a few are open to visitors (permits required). Kavaratti, one of the more developed islands, is home to dozens of mosques, including the ornately decorated Ujra Mosque, as well as Kavaratti Aquarium, showcasing regional fish, shark and coral species.
Lakshadweep has a tropical climate and it has an average temperature of 27° C - 32° C. April and May are the hottest with an average temperature of 32° C Generally the climate is humid warm and pleasant. As the climate is equitable during monsoons, ship-based tourism is closed.
The coconut powder and oil are the specialties of the island. You can purchase a lot of packaged products from the island, such as fish oil, frozen fish can, fish biscuits, etc. Most of the markets of the island are settled on the beach side. The main island to go for shopping is Agatti, Minicoy and Kavaratti islands.