Islands in India: Away from crowds and closer to aestheticism
Rich marine life and coral reefs are the attributes of these travel destinations. Plan a trip to one of these islands for a wild experience.
If chilly mountains and beaches don’t excite you much now, and crowds are a big issue for you to deal with, discover these Indian islands to fulfil your travel thirst. Blue skies and oceanic waves can leave you wide-eyed with their serenity. Let’s take a look at some of the beautiful Indian islands.
Located off the southwestern coast of India, Lakshadweep Island is India’s smallest Island. Rich marine life and coral reefs are the attributes of this travel destination.
Great Nicobar Island
India’s largest island, Nicobar Island is best visited between February to June. Famous for its dense forest, clean water and nature, this is one of the ideal travel destinations that can be visited by Helicopters or Government ships.
37 kilometres south of Port Blair, Neil Island attracts tourists for its scenic beauty, white sandy beaches and coral reefs. October to May is a good time to be here.
Little Andaman Island
It is located on the southern end of the Andaman Islands. The games, waterfalls, dense forests, and clear water attracts tourists.
Famous for museums, palm trees and beaches, Diu Island can be visited by train or even flight. November to February or August to October is the best time for a travelling experience at Diu Island.