Isolated Islands post COVID-19

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isolated Islands post COVID-19

Tropical holiday after post COVID! COVID-19 has taught us for distancing, why not strolling by the beach in the cold sand, with palm trees swaying in the wind! The urge to travel to a beachy destination just never dies, but at the same time, we know we need to socially distance! So, presenting the 5 isolated islands in India post Covid-19 to live the tropical holiday dream, while following social distancing. Obviously, you need to follow the basic guidelines while visiting 5 isolated Islands post COVID-19.


St. Mary’s Island, Karnataka

St. Mary's Island, Karnataka

St Mary’s island is an archipelago, which means it’s a group of 4 islands put together. It is also known for its basaltic rocks. A tale is that 88 million years ago, Madagascar was one with India, and these rock formations are a result of the volcanic movements there. This island is 4 miles away from the coast of Karnataka and takes a 30 min ferry ride

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the island is between December to January.

How to reach

Reaching the island is easy as possible, all you need to take a ferry ride from Malpe


Majuli Island, Guwahati

Majuli Island, Guwahati

Located on Brahmaputra river, this island is India’s biggest river island. Its specialty is the sunrise and sunset view. The location also has a specialty for the Assamese culture. Walk on moss instead of sand here and spree on North-eastern delicacies! The island is accessible only via a one-hour ferry ride from the Nimati Ghat, a port in Jorhat district of Assam and is 255 km away from Guwahati.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the island is between September to March.

How to reach

To reach the destination, you need a Ferry ride from Nimati Ghat that takes an hour.


Divar Island, Goa

Divar Island, Goa

If you’re looking for a typical Portuguese hotel with just beaches and little beachside colorful cottages, then this is your perfect spot! Walkthrough quiet lanes and Portuguese era mansions by the beach. It’s just a ferry ride away from Old Goa. Unlike the loud and hippie party culture of Goa, this place provides contrasting peace.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit is between November to February.

How to get there

A simple ferry ride from Old Goa makes you reach the island.


Kavvayi Island, Kerala

Kavvayi-Island-Kerala

This little island located on the backwaters of North Kerala and has its uniqueness in history. Well, known travelers like Ibn-E Batuta and Marco Polo have written about it in their India travelogues. During the British era, there used to be a huge port here. The closest Kannur district is also an hour away from here. Talk about social distancing!

Best time to visit

You can visit the location all year round.

How to get there

To reach your destination, only you need to Cross Mavila Kadappuram Bridge.


Little Andaman Island, Andaman

Little Andaman Island, Andaman

Andaman has gotten commercialized, yet this pristine island is comparatively less crowded. Visit the white waterfalls and experience nature at its best here. It’s an ideal spot for a strict budget honeymoon! A ferry ride from Phoenix Bay port in Port Blair takes about 6 to 8 hours to reach. Therefore rest assured about social-distancing!

Best time to visit

The best time to visit is between December to February.

How to get there

Take a 6 to 8 hours ferry ride from Phoenix Bay, and you reach your location.

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