Islands of India:
India has two island chains gifted by the sea. The
Andaman & Nicobar group in the Bay of Bangal and
the Lakshadweep Islands in the Arabian Sea. Each forming
India's own union territory and pride.
The Indian Ocean, third largest of Earth's four oceans,
narrows toward the north and is divided by the Indian
peninsula into the Bay of Bengal on the east and the
Arabian Sea on the west. It has 7,600 km (4,700 mi)
of coastline, including both the island territories.
The Islands are gaining reputation with its whitest
sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoise lagoons, spectacular
underwater gardens, hundreds of breathtaking dive sites,
natural atolls, marine flora and fauna. The exquisite
sea surrounding makes the Islands an excellent scope
of scuba diving, adventure tourism, water sports, tours