BEAUTIFUL ANDAMAN ISLANDS
The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkelling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors.
Apart from coconuts and seafood, most of the eateries and staples are imported from the Indian peninsula and stocked regularly to be served to the locals and tourists alike. Common seafood varieties that can be enjoyed here are prawns, coconut crabs, cuttlefishes, yellowfin, and dogtooth. The island is connected to mainland India via Air India and Jet Airways. Ferries like the MV Akbar and MV Nancowry connect the island by sea.
History of Andaman
The inhabitants of the islands are the Andamanese and the Sentinelese who have thrived in pure isolation from the outer world, having no connection with them whatsoever. The region was then administered by the Chola Dynasty. The inhabitants live by the philosophy of Animism, which is said to be the oldest religion in the world. Its followers believe that everything sports a distinct spiritual identity – all living & non-living things. They also believe in the presence of one god who regulates everything in this world. However, religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Jainism and Baha’I Faith are practiced too.
Cellular Jail National Memorial
The sound and light show narrates the colonial history of the jail and its prisoners.
Excellent trekking and camping experiences through the lush tropical forests.
Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex
Well equipped water sports center to visit with the entire family for banana boat rides and parasailing.
Extremely popular beach stocked with endless roadside eateries and crowded pubs
A relatively isolated beach to enjoy the quieter times by the shore.
Good To Know
6,408 square kilometer
Places to Visit
PORT BLAIR - THE CAPITAL OF ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
Port Blair is the capital of the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is the gateway to the pristine islands. Port Blair, an Island town offering water-based activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, sea-cruises, and glimpses of the history and culture of the region. The Aberdeen Bazaar forms the centre of the town.
Havelock is a picturequenatural paradise with beautiful white sandy beaches, rich coral reefs and luch green forest. It is one of the populated island in the Andaman group with area of 113 sq.km and is located 39 km of nort east of Port Blair.
This island , With beautiful sandy beaches fringed with green canopy of the rain-fed forests beckons everyone to enjoy the frolic and fun at the azure sea.
Neil is a tiny but beautiful island located 37 kms. To the south of the Andaman Islands. With an unexplored coral reefs, brilliant bio-diversity, white sandy beaches and tropical forest and vegetation, it is one of the hot tourist spots in the Andamans.
Neil Island is known as the 'vegetable bowl' of the Andamans. The settlers named the beaches after mythical characters of the epic Ramayana (Bharatpur, Laxmanpur, Sitapur, Ramnagar etc). The Island, with it’s very relaxed vibes and long, deserted beaches is a place to chill out after the "bustle" of Havelock. The widest part of the island is about 5 km in length. You will make the whole island in about 2hrs.
Diglipur is situated in North Andaman Island, Diglipur provides a rare experience for eco – friendly tourists. It is famous for its oranges, rice and ,marine life. Saddle peak the highest point in the island is nearby. Kalpong, the only r4iver of the Andaman flows here. The only Hydro Electric Project of the Island is on this river. One can feel the innocent beauty of village life everywhere in Diglipur.
This island between South and Middle Andaman has beautiful beaches, Mangroove creeks, mud volcanoes and limestone caves. Andaman trunk road to Rangat and Mayabunder goes through this island. Limestone cave can be explored with the permission of Forest Department of Baratang and proper local guidance.
RANGAT (ECO TOURISM DESTINATION)
Rangat is a 1070 square kilometers large island in Middle Andaman with pristine beaches, waterfalls, and interesting Island. This island is spread across 75 census villages and 14 gram panchayats. The population is primarily made up of people from Tamilnadu and Kerala. Fisheries and cultivation are the two primary occupations of people in this island.
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