Lakshadweep is a union territory located to the west of Kerala in India. The islands of Lakshadweep are popular for having rich marine life and make a stunning beach destination of India. These beach destinations are frequented for the mesmerizing view of crystal clear waters and coral reefs.
These islands of Lakshadweep are popular for supplying sea food and also engage in pearl fishing. The surrounding water bodies and the group of 21 islands of Lakshadweep form a part of the Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park along with the Biosphere reserve.
The climate condition here is similar to that of Kerala. The hottest months of this region are from March to May, with a varying temperature of 25°C to 35°C. The humidity of Lakshadweep ranges from 70% to 76%. An average of 1600 mm of rainfall is received every year.
It experiences Monsoon from Mid-May to Mid-September, raising the temperature of Lakshadweep. Boats are not allowed to sail in the outer lagoon, during the monsoon as the sea becomes violent. But the lagoon remains calm because of the presence of the reef.