1)Lakshadweep Islands

India’s most popular island cluster, the Lakshadweep Islands are one of the most exotic tourist spots of the country, nestled amongst the deep turquoise waters of the Arabian Sea. These group of islands in India are perfect for those are looking to engage in water activities like snorkelling and scuba diving. It is compulsory to get an entry permit from the Lakshadweep tourism office.Only after the tourists be allowed to enter the region where Lakshadweep Islands are situated.

2)Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a little slice of paradise around 1,400 km away from the east coast of India. The union territory comprises a total of 572 islands, only 37 of which are inhabited.
Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, is the gateway to the archipelago and is connected with various islands via multiple daily ferries. Havelock and Neil Island are some of the most famous islands among tourists and is known for pearly white sands, palm-lined shores and offer some of the best snorkelling and diving options in India.

3)Majuli Island,Assam

The biggest river island in the world, Majuli Island is one of the many natural wonders of the northeastern side of Assam. Along with its unique culture and lifestyle, the island’s diverse ecosystem is not to be missed


4)Munroe Island,kerala

Another gem of the magical backwaters of Kerala, it has the 8-island cluster of the Munroe Island is a network of water canals dug out by Colonel John Munroe. This complex labyrinth helped integrate the different waterbodies of the region.

5)Rameswaram Island, Tamil Nadu

The Rameswaram Island, situated off the eastern coast of Tamil Nadu finds a spot on this list, connected to the mainland by one of the longest sea- Bridge of the country.Lot of beaches and temples await travellers visiting this iconic island.