Islands around the world


The very mention of the cue designation island brings to mind words like magical, mystical, water adventures and romantic escapades. The cluster of islands is an amalgamation of azure blue waters, clear skies, beautiful marine life, and sandy beaches. Plan those exotic vacations with Andaman and Nicobar Island Package as you visit this Union territory of India which has five hundred seventy islands out of which only thirty-seven are inhabited. Under French Polynesia lies the islands of Bora Bora. These are encompassed by a lagoon and the beauty of the island lies in its seaside resorts, coral reef, and pristine seawater. Fiji islands were formed because of volcanic activities. The tourist can partake in activities like scuba diving and enjoy refreshing strolls on the white sandy beaches. The tourist can partake in activities like scuba diving and enjoy refreshing strolls on the white sandy beaches. Bali is located in Indonesia and is surrounded by black sand beaches and has a moderate temperature throughout the year. Maldives was once a colonial nation located in the Indian Ocean. It is home to a wide range of marine life like fish, whales, dolphins and even sea turtles. Mykonos island in Greece is a hotspot tourist attraction which was once ruled by Apollo the son of God.

Andaman and Nicobar Island

Pack those swimming gears as you get ready to visit the islands of Andaman and Nicobar with the Andaman and Nicobar Island Packages. This Indian Union territory has around eight hundred islands, Rocky outcrops and Islets out of thirty-eight are permanently inhabited. Whereas the Nicobar islands are a cluster of twenty-two islands out of which only ten are inhabited. Cellular Jail located in Port Blair is an old colonial prison which was once called Kala Pani. It was constructed and used by the British to put political prisoners in exile. Elephant Beach in Havelock Island is known for its coral reefs and enticing water sports like snorkelling, banana boat rides, diving and swimming. The two ways to reach the beach include a ferry from the Havelock Jetty and a more sporty one where you trek for half an hour under the guidance of a designated guide. Neil Island is part of the South Andaman District which belongs to Ritchie‘s Island in the Bay of Bengal. The distinctive feature of the island is the three sandy beaches -Sitapur Beach, Bharatpur and Lakshmanpur beach. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock has earned the title of Asia’s Best Beach by Times in 2004 is an enchantress with its white sands sprawled covering a stretch of two kilometres and turquoise blue waters.


Enjoy a funfilled and exotic vacation with Maldives Tour as you visit this tropical Elysium called Maldives which lies in the Indian Ocean. It is adorned with soft white sands, gorgeous sunsets, and crystal clear. Maldives has a top-notch ranking on the bucket list of romantic getaways, especially for honeymooners. The island also boasts great water activities like surfing, snorkelling and diving as the credit goes to the warm waters with almost perfect visibility and a myriad range of marine life with picturesque backdrops and scrumptious food. Male Atoll also called Narizland is a cluster of natural atolls and is a ring-shaped coral reef. Male Island is the foremost stop, as well as the capital of Maldives which is divided into North and South Male atoll, is renowned for activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, shopping at markets and paying a visit to heritage buildings. Make sure that you visit the Tsunami Monument in Male which was constructed to commemorate the lost lives due to the devastating calamity of 2004.COMO Cocoa houses most of the resorts and the main highlight are the thirty-three water villas which are perfect with their accommodation facilities. After finalising the staycation it’s time to relax and rejuvenate at a spa retreat or a walk on the powder white sands. An ideal place away from the bustling crowds is a trip to Baros Island, known for its elegance, sun-kissed beaches and luxurious boutique resorts.


Solace is what we crave so the answer to all prayers is the island of Lakshwadeep surrounded by the Laccadive sea. The Island of Agatti is an important destination and a paradise for water sports like kayaking, snorkelling, deep-sea fishing and diving. Ride the glass bottom boat as you take a memorable trip around the lagoon. Bangaram Island is the only place which permits the consumption of alcohol in Lakshadweep. Minicoy Island is one of the thirty-six tiny islets of Lakshadweep also called Maliku by the locals and is situated 215 nautical miles from the shores of Cochin. The island has lively and vibrant coral reefs, and white sand beaches making it the second-largest island of Lakshadweep. It is known to the tourist for activities like tuna fishing and tuna canning underneath the presence of palm-flanked beaches. Juma Masjid in Minicoy is an old mosque which houses ancient sculptures that were once found on the island. Explore the island further in the traditional kayaking boats. Kavaratti Island is one the favourite destination for tourists with its beautiful coral sand beaches, tranquil lagoons and dense greenery. This gem of an island covers an area of 3.93 square kilometres and has a total of twelve atolls along with five submerged banks and three coral reefs. 


Bali located in the Indonesian archipelago is known for its aroma of clove oil and incenses with traditional gamelan music jangles besides the buzzing sounds of mopeds. The never-ending charm of  Bali got noticed further with the book and the movie of the same name Eat, Pray Love which has increased the interest of tourists. Pura Tanah Lot is situated twenty kilometres northwest of Kuta where Pura in Balinese means the temple is an iconic temple with a seaside setting and a rocky islet encircled by crashing waves. Mount Batur is the best place to glance at sunrise from the misty mountains above and the caldera below. Due to its clifftop setting the Uluwatu temple is one of the most visited temples in Bali. The temple happens to date back to the 10th century and is of megalithic origin. It is believed the temple protects the island from evil spirits and the monkeys at the entrance of the temple guard it against bad influences. Visit the emerald-tinged rice fields of Jatiluwih and Tegallalang as they feature on the wish list of any nature photographer.

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