|Area||3.12 km2 (1.205 sq mi)|
|Population||5319 (as of 2001)|
|Density||1,705 /km2 (4,416 /sq mi)|
The island is located on a coral reef 5 km north of Amini Island. It has a length of 8 km. North to South and has a maximum width of about 0.5 km, having an area of a total of 3.12 km². The average annual temperature varies from 24.2 to 34.4 deg. Celsius. The average annual rainfall is 1237 mm.
Kadmat has scuba diving, snorkelling and swimming. Scuba diving costs around Rs2500 for an introductory dive in the lagoon. The open sea dive costs around Rs 4000. Because Kadmat is a coral reef island, the sea is shallow and the impact of the sea is moderated.
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- "Critical Habitat Information System of Kadmat Island". Government of India, Department of Ocean Development. Retrieved 2009-01-18.
- Hydrographic Description (Indian Ocean Pilot)
- Lagoon sizes
- Kadmat - Geographical information
- Kadmat - Oceandots at the Wayback Machine (archived December 23, 2010)
- List of Atolls
- An ornithological expedition to the Lakshadweep archipelago
- Sources towards a history of the Laccadive Islands
- FAO - An analysis of the carrying Capacity of Lakshadweep Coral Reefs
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