The Turtle Bath – Swimming with Giant Turtles, Lakshadweep Islands
About 250 miles off the Malabar Coast of India, lies a chain of Islands called Lakshadweep, literally meaning ” A hundred thousand islands”. However, it consists of only 36 islands and only 10 are inhabited by natives today. These islands are virtually untouched by modern civilization, and therefore can easily be classified as one of the last few unspoiled destinations left on the planet.
These islands boast of turquoise-hued clear waters, warm seas, white sands, and an extended canopy of palms. Sparkling coral reefs glittering through the pellucid waters are home to varieties of life forms. Amidst all these spectacular setups, Lakshadweep has an amazing number of giant turtles that are centuries old.
These giant turtles seamlessly swim around the lagoons offering anyone a chance to spot one and swim with these awesome creatures. However, it is not that easy to get near and hold on to one. These creatures are very shy and will give you a run for a while. It’s a game of perseverance and the prize of winning is to get a ride on one of these awesome amphibians and taking home an unforgettable experience to cherish for a lifetime. If you have a camera that can take either photos or videos underwater, it will be like an icing on the cake.
Whether diving, swimming with turtles or just soaking in the sun, Lakshadweep Islands can offer everlasting leisure and adventure experience.
Sit back, Enjoy my Alive is Awesome video of swimming with these awesome Giant Turtles!