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Kadmat Island Lakshadweep India Cruise Port Guide

Location:

As cruise ships are not able to dock here you will be tendered ashore.

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Sightseeing:

The administrative headquarter, Kavaratti, is the most developed island.

The Lagoon is ideal for water sports, swimming and there are sandy beaches for sun basking.

Enjoy marine life exhibits at the Marine Aquarium, and a vast collection of specimens at the Museum.

View the exotic underwater world without getting yourself wet, from the glass-bottomed boats.

Hire water sports crafts like Kayaks and Sailing Yachts.

52 mosques are spread out over the island including the most beautiful Ujra mosque. It has an ornately carved ceiling believed to be carved from a piece of driftwood.

Glass-bottomed boats that provide a delightful view of the lagoon's vibrant aquatic life are also very popular. Kayaks and Sailing Yachts are available for hire

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Nearby Places:

Shopping and Food

Currency:

The currency in India is the Indian rupee.

In the big cities, credit cards are accepted at retail chain stores and other westernized restaurants and stores. Small businesses and family-run stores almost never accept credit cards, so it is useful to keep a moderate amount of cash on hand.

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Communication:

Hindi, English and 21 other official languages

Internet kiosks are everywhere nowadays and they charge as low as as Rs. 10 per hour. Beware of using your credit cards online as many cases have come forward regarding credit cards thefts using key loggers.

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