Kadmat Island additionally called Cardamom Island, is a coral island belonging to the Amindivi subgroup of islands of the Lakshadweep archipelago in India. Measuring 9.3 kilometres in period, the island has a lagoon with a width of 1.5 kilometres overlaying a place of 25 rectangular kilometres. The ecological function of the island is of coral reef with seagrass, and marine turtles which nestle right here. The Ministry of Environment and Forests has notified the island as a marine protected area for ensuring conservation of the island's animal, plant, or different type of organism, and different sources.
The handiest inhabited village at the island is Kadmat, which had a population of 5,389 consistent with 2011 census. Fisheries is the primary financial interest at the island with agriculture confined to 5 percentage of the land place. Tourism is allowed even for non-Indians and the attractions are kayaking, snorkeling and amusement trips with the aid of a glass-bottomed boat for scuba diving.