4. British Virgin Islands
They are titled so, because they are largely so – virgin. Most people are unaware of this self-governing overseas British territory lying half a hemisphere away from homeland Britain in the Caribbean waters. Consisting of 60+ islands & keys, out of which about 43 are uninhabited, the British Virgin Islands are a brilliant exotic location for Indian travelers to explore – they can avail a 31 day visa-free stay. If you’re feeling luxurious and have a fortune to fall upon, explore the islands on a cruise ship, with countless operators happy to offer a wide range of services from the US as well as nearby US Virgin Islands.
There exist no direct flights from India to BVI, but then that’s not really prejudice – almost no country in the world offers direct flights to the islands, since the Beef Island airport doesn’t support large carriers.
With the countless number of blue flag beaches on these islands, there’s countless avenues for boating, fishing, sailing, scuba diving, surfing, wind & kite surfing, water-boarding and a whole host of water-based adventures. After a long, refreshing day in the water, come out and feast on some of the yummiest seafood in the world.