#4. Havelock Island, Andaman Islands, India
Dive, snorkel, explore uninhabited islands and more when you visit Havelock Island, the largest of the Andaman Islands in India. A dream come true to marine life enthusiasts and backpackers alike, Havelock Island is one of the few places in Andaman where tourism—specifically ecotourism—is encouraged.
#5. Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam
If you’re looking for a hidden gem, then this place might be a consideration. This is Vietnam’s largest island, almost the same size as Singapore, is so hidden that its perfect for a quiet getaway. You’ll enjoy peace and quiet on the island’s long and mainly undeveloped stretches of beach.
#6. Koh Lipe, Thailand
Now on the opposite side of the spectrum, this is Thailand’s smallest island. It is so small that you can walk around it in just one hour. But don’t underestimate this island just yet. You can imagine that its your own personal island! You’ll be able to dive and snorkel to your heart’s content. If you want to challenge yourself, you might want to swim from this island to nearby islands, which isn’t too far.