India has 1,382 islands

Here are some you may not know about!

Nestled between North Andaman Island and Myanmar's Coco Islands, Landfall Island is separated from North Andaman by Cleugh Passage, offering serene isolation and unique landscapes.

Landfall Island

Located 140 km north of Port Blair, Aves Island in the Andaman district features the Aves Lighthouse established in 2008, and will soon be open for tourism.

Aves Island

Home to around 80-90 feral elephants, Interview Island in the Andaman district is a wildlife enthusiast's paradise, known for its dense forests and unique fauna.

Interview Island

The smallest island in India, Kurusadi, in the Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park, Tamil Nadu, is renowned for its rich marine biodiversity despite being uninhabited.

Kurusadi Island

Also known as Little Neill Island, this uninhabited gem in the Andaman Islands is named after Field Marshal Hugh Rose and offers pristine natural beauty.

Sir Hugh Rose Island

Known as "The Island of Crows," Kakkathuruthu in Kerala's backwaters is famous for its enchanting sunsets and sunrises, capturing global attention for its serene beauty.

Kakkathuruthu Island

The world's smallest inhabited river island, Umananda, located in the Brahmaputra River near Guwahati, Assam, is home to the golden langur and a small human population.

Umananda Island

Book a Savaari from Guwahati to Umananda Ghat to board a ferry to Umananda Island. Savaari offers a fleet of reliable chauffeur-driven cabs, ensuring safe and comfortable travel, making it the ideal choice for your road trip.

Floating on Loktak Lake, Phumdis are lush green patches that form the only floating national park in India, Keibul Lamjao National Park, a unique ecological phenomenon.

Phumdis of Manipur

Formed recently, Hope Island in Andhra Pradesh serves as a natural barrier against calamities for Kakinada town, boasting dense mangroves and mysterious landscapes.

Hope Island

One of Lakshadweep's uninhabited tourist islands, Thinnakara features white sand beaches and coral reefs, ideal for snorkeling, scuba diving, and serene boat rides.

Thinnakara Island

Famous for their towering basaltic rock formations, St. Mary’s Islands off Karnataka's coast offer tranquil azure waters and interesting historical tales of discovery.

St. Mary's Islands

Known for crystal clear waters and rich marine life, Netrani Island in Karnataka's Arabian Sea is a premier destination for scuba diving, offering visibility up to 30 meters.

Netrani Island

To make your trip even more convenient, download the Savaari car rental app for a comfortable commute with knowledgeable chauffeurs who can guide you to the most offbeat gems along the way.