Beautiful Islands

Beautiful Islands In India To Explore And Enjoy

Beautiful Islands in India are quite unique and attract visitors not just for their beauty, but also for religious purposes.
India is a beautiful country with a wide variety of ecosystems, landforms, water bodies and islands. India has a total of 1,208 islands (including uninhabited ones).
Islands in India are scintillating with the sound of water crashing against rocks amidst the sublime climate. Living on a piece of land, bounded by water, is inherently blissful in its own way. Explore on your own, these veritable heavens on earth. Here is the list of most adventures island in india to visit for best experience.

6 Beautiful Islands In India :

India has a total of 1,208 islands (including uninhabited ones). Many islands in India are quite unique and attract visitors not just for their beauty, but also for religious purposes.

1 ) Munroe Island :

Munroe Island
Munroe Island

Munroe Island, the hidden gem under the lap of Kollam in southern Kerala offers a wealth of natural beauty for every traveller. Experience the overwhelming and untouched beauty of backwaters surrounded by rich flora and fauna. Dip into the tropical countryside ambience of the Island which satisfies all your senses.

it is also called as Mundrothuruthu. is an inland island group located in Kollam district, Kerala, South India..It is a group of eight small islets . The place is named in honour of Resident Colonel John Munro of the former Princely State of Travancore. The Dutch Church here in Munroe Island is one of the ancient churches in Kerala.

Features-
The island village is a tourism destination where one can see the coir retting process, coir weaving, fishing, prawns feeding, migratory bird watch, narrow canals and waterways, coconut farms on the lake shore, lagoons, mangrove plants and the beautiful tiny islands of Pathupara.

2) Majuli island :

Majuli island
Majuli island

Majuli is currently listed as the world’s largest river island in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Mājuli or Majoli is a river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam it became the first island to be made a district in India.
Majuli has shrunk as the river surrounding it has grown.
The island is formed by the Brahmaputra River.It was once known as Ratnapur and was the capital of the powerful Chutia kingdom.
Mājuli has been the cultural capital of Assamese civilisation since the 16th century; based.
Mājuli is a hotspot for flora and fauna, harbouring many rare and endangered avifauna species including migratory birds that arrive in the winter season.

3) St. Mary’s Island, Karnataka :

St. Mary’s Island, Karnataka
St. Mary’s Island, Karnataka

St. Mary’s Islands, also known as Coconut Island and Thonsepar, are a set of four small islands in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Malpe in Udupi, Karnataka, India. They are known for their distinctive geological formation of columnar rhyolitic lava.

In the year 1498, Vasco da Gama landed at St. Mary’s Islands on his journey from Portugal, fixed a cross on the island and named one of these islands, O Padrão de Santa Maria, as a dedication to Mother Mary, before proceeding to Kozhikode in Kerala.
The western coasts of the islands are a seashell haven with seashells of various shapes and sizes littered along the coast.
The Islands are bereft of buildings, fences, shops. There are no domestic animals either. There are only covered pavilions with park benches on the shore and further inland. Visitors can wander around freely and enjoy the hexagonal formations from vantage locations. Visitors have to carry drinking water and sun screens since the climate is usually hot. Since the last few yards of the approach to the island involves wading, it may be preferable to avoid wearing sneakers.

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4) Havelock Island, Andaman :

Havelock Island, Andaman
Havelock Island, Andaman

In December 2018, it was renamed as Swaraj Island as a tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose.

Havelock Island is one of the largest islands that comprise a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. It belongs to the South Andaman administrative district, part of the Indian union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Radhanagar Beach on the western coast, also known as Number 7 Beach, is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock

5) Diu Is The Beautiful Islands:

Diu Is The Beautiful Islands
Diu Islands

This island is a beautiful island located nearby the coast of Kathiyawad region at Veraval port. Diu is more popular as a tourist place because of the natural beaches, Bold History, many other attractions and sightseeing locations. Diu Island is an island off the Southern coast of Gujarat’s Kathiawar peninsula, separated from the mainland by a tidal creek.

The famous Diu Fort, is located on the west coast of India in diu island. The fort was built in 1535 subsequent to a defense alliance forged by Bahadur Shah, the Sultan of Gujarat and the Portuguese when Humayun. The Mughal Emperor, waged war to annex this territory. Some additions made in 1541 and the fort was strengthened over the years, till 1546. The famous St Paul’s Church was started in 1601 and was completed by 1610. The Church is dedicated to Our Lady of Immaculate Conception in 1691.

5) Lakshadweep Is The Beautiful Islands :

 Lakshadweep Is The Beautiful Islands
Lakshadweep Islands

Lakshadweep means “one hundred thousand islands” in Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil. Lakshadweep-Maldives-Chagos group of islands, which are the tops of a vast undersea mountain range, the Chagos-Laccadive Ridge.

On 1 November 1956, during the reorganization of Indian states, the Lakshadweep islands were separated from Malabar and organized into a separate union territory for administrative purposes. Lakshadweep is an archipelago of twelve atolls, three reefs and five submerged banks, with a total of about thirty-nine islands and islets.

The island has been declared a bird sanctuary. Cetacean diversity off the Lakshadweep Islands and in adjacent areas is higher than other areas although a lack of scientific study results in poor understanding and conservation promoting. Due to its isolation and scenic appeal, Lakshadweep was already famous as a tourist attraction for Indians since 1974. This brings in significant revenue, which is likely to increase.

No man is an island, entire of itself.

John Donne

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