Popular Destinations in Andaman Islands
With limestone caves, tropical forests, a deserted beach, and a volcano, the Baratang Island is an offbeat destination in the Andaman, unexplored by most travelers.
Barren Island has the only active volcano in South Asia. No humans live here. But there are a few goats, bats and birds. Travelers can get a view of the island from the airplane.
Diglipur is a small town in the Andaman. Beautiful twin islands are located at close proximity from the town. Travelers can enjoy activities like snorkeling at the islands.
Havelock Island is one of the largest islands in the Andaman. It is known for its white sandy beach, thick green forests and the beautiful coral reefs.
Little Andaman is one of the most isolated islands in the Andaman. It is home to serene beaches and beautiful waterfalls. It offers amazing food at very cheap prices.
The Long Island in Andaman is home to a scenic village surrounded by lush green forests. Tourist can enjoy glimpses of the village life and explore the forests and beaches.
With picturesque mangrove creeks and magnificent beaches, the Mayabunder Island has gained popularity because of its pristine natural beauty.
Neil Island is a tiny island which can be walked around in just one or two hours. It has three serene beaches with golden sand. They offer an opportunity for snorkeling.
The North Bay Island is famous for exciting water sports like jet skiing, snorkeling, and speed boating. It also offers amazing trekking opportunities.
The capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Port Blair, is a prominent tourist destination featuring a prison museum and offering thrilling water sports.
Ross Island is located in Port Blair. A trip to this island can give you a rustic glimpse of the by-gone British era. The whole island can be covered by walking.
Viper Island is known for its historic charm and natural beauty. It had been the location of a British jail, the remains of which have become a popular attraction.
Things to do in Andaman Islands
The beaches of Andaman are known for their beauty as well as their serenity. They are never very crowded. They offer spectacular sunrise and sunset views.
A ferry ride is one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The relaxing trip promises sweeping views of the surrounding beauty.
The Samudrika Naval Marine Museum in Port Blair is a must-see attraction. It beautifully describes the island's ecosystem and its plant, animal and marine life.
Seafood delicacies made with prawns, lobsters, crabs, and fish are popular in Andaman. Thai and Burmese flavors blend with local spices, resulting in sumptuous seafood.
The clear waters of Andaman have rich aquatic life and beautiful coral reefs. So they are ideal for water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, sea walking and many more.
There are a total of 9 wildlife sanctuaries in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. They are home to unique varieties of bird and animal species which are worth seeing.
Our Popular Tours in Andaman Islands
About Andaman Islands
The ‘Andaman Islands’ is a cluster of picturesque islands hiding in plain sight in the Bay of Bengal. If you want to observe natural beauty in its raw form, you must visit these islands. Travellers are mystified by the islands’ massive rock formations, dense forests, exotic wildlife as well as the calm and serene beaches. In order to have a complete holiday experience, travellers make sure not to miss the thrilling activities which keep the shores of these islands colourful and alive.
Most visitors to the Andaman Islands come with high expectations of enjoying water activities. But when they return, they realise that they expected too less. To their surprise, the islands offer activities like snorkelling, jet skiing or speed boating all of which are of world-class standards. A truly fulfilling experience is guaranteed.
Port Blair, Viper Island and Ross Island take their visitors to the bygone eras. They display incomparable rustic beauty either in the natural world or through man-made museums. A visit to the prison museum in Port Blair is especially worthwhile.
The beaches in most of the islands of the Andaman group are hemmed by thick forests which are home to colourful flora and fauna. All the beaches are calm, offer spectacular panoramic views and give a glimpse of the beautiful coral reefs in the azure ocean.
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