When it comes to exotic places and aesthetic landscapes, India does not lack anywhere. Don’t we all love places that make us feel up and close with nature?
These 5 islands in India are as offbeat as they come!
It is the capital of the Union Territory of Lakshwadeep. It is famous for snow-white coral sand and lagoons that we spot here. The weather here is usually tropical but as pleasing as it looks. The best time to visit this island is between August to March as it’s the time of favourable climate with less heat.
Popularly known as the Pigeon’s Island, Netrani Island is the shape of a heart. It is known to be a common picnic spot for locals and is often visited for its Roman Catholic Church, mosque and ruins of temples.
The biggest river island of the world, Majuli is located in the heart of Brahmaputra River in Assam. It is known for monasteries and hermitages located here. Majuli is known to be the centre of Vaishnavism in Assam.
Situated in the east of Andaman & Nicobar Island, Havelock Island holds the most pristine beach one can ever come across. You can experience star gazing and floating in a deep blue sea and of course white sand. A night voyage is a hundred percent recommend here.
An atoll in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, this island is the perfect getaway where sport fishing is done with line,hook and rod. It is India’s only coral atoll and magnificent beauty.
Let’s make the full use of our vacations and spend some time with the magnificent islands in India.