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3 Island Locations In and Around India That Are Seldom Visited!       


Walk in a place where the splendor of nature has no bounds. Viewed from a distance, verdant, towering mountains welcome you, and a balmy, soft wind narrates a tale of the hidden splendor of the natural world. Beautiful, isn’t it? But if you start investigating these undiscovered tourist spots, it doesn’t end with your imagination.

We have selected three lesser-known islands in the Indian subcontinent, which is rich in wildlife and diverse cultures. Travel aficionados, in our opinion, can enjoy amazing experiences and exhilarating excursions at these hidden treasures.

Indonesian island of Pulau Weh

Tourists who wish to get away from the mundane city life can visit Pulau Weh, a hidden paradise. In the northern part of Sumatra sits the volcanic island. With its emerald green hills, crystal blue seasides, glittering stones, and sandy soil, this island warmly welcomes all visitors. For those who want to unwind and take in the beauty of nature, the island is the perfect place. It’s a serene location to rediscover who you are. It’s not a location to have parties and alcohol consumption is forbidden. There are quaint little towns and spotless beaches all over this island. 

In the pristine seas, you can go snorkeling and scuba diving. Rentable bicycles and scooters are offered for getting around.

Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago

A collection of islands in Myanmar known as the Mergui Archipelago is referred to as Asia’s “forgotten paradise.” Because there aren’t many tourists that come here each year, the island’s natural beauty hasn’t changed. Calm beaches, soaring limestone cliffs, shimmering waters, and a plethora of vegetation all beckon visitors. The Mergui Archipelago is a great place for travelers who wish to get away from it all. Experiencing the beauty and tranquility of unspoiled nature never fails to enchant. 

The islands, which are made of granite and limestone, are home to several cultural heritage stories. Sports like swimming, diving, and snorkeling in the Andaman Sea are available here.

India’s Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)

One of the main draws for beach lovers is Havelock Island, which is located in the Andaman Islands. This island, surrounded by crystal-clear waters and a variety of vibrant coral reefs, exudes aesthetic beauty and charm. Resorts on the island’s beaches beckon visitors to unwind and take in the scenery.

This island’s charm is at its height from November to April, which makes it the perfect place for a leisurely and pleasurable vacation. This is the time when visitors can enjoy water activities. The capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Port Blair, makes it simple to travel from Indian metropolises to this island.

The coastal area of Radhanagar is the most picturesque location on this island. One of the most beautiful beaches in Asia is this one, which is known for its crystal-like sand and sugary white sea. There are a few other beaches like Elephant Beach, Kalapathar Beach, etc., in addition to this. 

The peace of nature, the calming sounds of the wind and waves, and the priceless memories you make here will always hold a special place in your heart. Don’t forget to add these locations to your travel bucket list and don’t pass up the opportunity to visit them! 

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