Kadmat - India

Kadmat is one of the Laccadive islands in the Lakshadweep Islands off the west coast of Kerala State in southern India. Kadmat is 8 km (5 miles) long and only 550 metres wide at its broadest point. In addition to the beautiful shallow lagoon on the west, which is ideal for water sports, there is a narrow lagoon on the east. The main attractions are the long sandy beaches and sand banks on the southern tip for sun bathing. Kadmat has emerged as one of the most beautiful dive centres in India. A variety of fish like rays, sharks, and clear water with 20-50 meter visibility makes it an unparalleled dive destination for scuba divers.