Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The Andaman and Nicobar Island is the only island in India, and most of the part of it is unexplored. The island is having the natural beauty and is known as the Garden of Eden. The nature lovers are attracted by the island as it is having the beautiful roads, clean environment, greenery and unpolluted fresh air. The rain forest and water in Bay of Bengal is having the vast collection of plants and animals in the marine life.
Andaman and Nicobar Island also excels in the adventure tourism like trekking, island camping, snorkeling, scuba diving and other water sports and it is counted as the most special and real attractions. A trip to Andaman and Nicobar Island gives the marvelous way to spend the holidays and it is also the lifetime holiday experience.
Islands in Andaman and Nicobar
– Jolly Buoy
The island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park gives the exotic view of coral and marine life. The island is considered to the ideal spot for theÂ snorkeling and sea bathing.
– Clinque Island
The underwater and the coral garden and the beach is totally unexplored and the island are irresistible. Its the ideal place for the adventure like scuba, swimming, fishing and camping.
– Red Skin Island
The spectacular view of marine life and corals can be experienced from the Red Skin Island. It is also situated in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.
– Havelock Island
It is located at the distance of 38 kilometers from Port Blair, and the island is the perfect location for the camping as it is having the unpolluted air and surroundings. The guest house of the Tourism Department of the Andaman and Nicobar “Dolphin Resort” is available for the travelers.
Special Attractions in Andaman
– Neil Island (36 kilometers from Port Blair)
The island is having the lush green forest with the sandy beaches of Andaman. It is connected to Port Blair through the boat and is the most eco- friendly site for the tourists. The major attraction of the beach is at Laxmanpur, Bharatpur, Sitapur and the bridge formation on the sea shore.
– Long Island (82 kilometers from Port Blair)
The island is connected by the Phoenix Bay Jetty by four times in a week. The island offers the unpolluted environment and the sandy beaches. The directorate of tourism in Andaman offers the camping facility during the season.
– Rangat (170 kilometers by road and 90 kilometers by sea)
To enjoy the village life and virgin nature one should visit the Rangat. The Cutbert Bay beach is the home to the turtle nesting ground. One can see the nesting of turtles during the December- February season.
– Little Andaman Island (120 kilometers by sea)
The island is having the beautiful beach at the Butler Bay, a waterfall with the plantation of oil palms. The journey till the little Andaman Island takes around 8 hours by the sea from Port Blair.
The special attractions at Nicobar
– Car Nicobar (Area 126.9 square kilometers, distance 270 kilometers by sea)
The car Nicobar is the is the headquarter of the Nicobar district. This fertile land is covered with the cluster of the coconut palm trees and beaches all around. It takes 16 hours journey by sea from Port Blair.
– Katchal (425 kilometers by sea)
Katchal is the small island in the Nicobar group. The island is having the beautiful and exotic East bay, Jhula and West Bay.
– Great Nicobar (540 kilometers by sea)
The southern bay at Nicobar island, is the Indira Point which is popularly known to be the southern most point of India. The beach is the nesting ground for the leather back turtles. The island is also having the biosphere reserve area. It takes around 50-60 hours of journey by sea from Port Blair.