Thinnakara island is one of the two uninhabited island of Lakshadweep where tourists are allowed to stay. The coral islands of Lakshadweep being very fragile and ecologically sensitive, the government takes utmost care in restricting entry to the islands through a permit thus exercising a control on the depletion of available resources. The only means of approach to Thinnakara is through a ferry boat which is carefully waded through the lagoon before the tide ebbs to avoid damage to corals.
Lakshadweep is one of the best-kept secrets of Indian tourist circuit. Located in the Arabian Sea at a distance of 450kms off the coast of Kerala, this archipelago of 36 atolls is for sure a tropical paradise. Though the entry to this island is restricted and getting a permit is a herculean task, the experience is worth all the pain you take. Here are top 10 reasons to have Lakshadweep on your bucket list.
Lakshadweep is one of the most underrated beach destinations of India. Not many people visit this gem of a place because of lack of proper information online. Here is a detailed article with all the information you would need to plan your trip to Lakshadweep.
The secluded beaches, swaying palms, the coral reefs, white sand, the blue sea, crystal clear water, unimaginable variety of sea life, the most friendly hosts ONe would in love with every bit of this archipelago..