Andaman & Nicobar – The success story of mini India

What is your idea and vision for Andaman & Nicobar (A&N) Islands? What is its significance to the nation?
A&N Islands are an important part of India, notwithstanding the fact that they are 1200 kilometers away. The territory has a historically significant connection that dates back many centuries. Also, it is intrinsically rooted in our freedom struggle. In fact, I would say the soul of our freedom struggle rests in these Islands. The Islands also have immense strategic value. They straddle the maritime gateway to the Bay of Bengal and the world’s busiest shipping lanes pass just to the south of us. Due to the uniqueness of our location, India can play an important role in both the Bay of Bengal and Indo-Pacific transit. Recognising this, the nation has located the first tri-service operational command in these Islands.
Is it correct to say that the Islands, rather than solely being a Strategic Outpost, can also be viewed to provide economic engagement with South-East Asia? Also is this something which is in sync with the views of the Central government?
Yes, there is a difference in India’s position today. With these Islands at its base, India can be both a net security provider in the region as well as act as a catalyst for economic engagement with South-East Asia and beyond. I think the time has come, where we have to also explore the economic advantages that A&N Islands offer us. And I am happy to state that this fact is now being appreciated by the Central government too.
In today’s globalised economy, national security is an outcome not just of the creation of military assets but is also dependent upon economic dynamism. The location of these Islands also enables India to play an important role in the region, to extend assistance to our neighbourhood in a natural crisis such as the earthquake-cum-tsunami of 2004, as also deal with maritime security threats such as piracy and terrorism. I would say that the Islands are well poised to be the maritime fulcrum of our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s “Look East–Act East” policy.
Far from mainland India, the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands depends completely on the Central government for its developments. So what are the challenges faced by the administration?
A&N Islands are 1200 km far from the mainland, spread across 750 kms in the Bay of Bengal. The Islands have about one-fourth of the country’s coastline and 30 percent exclusive economic zone. We are a Union Territory – administered by the Central government and are dependent on them. We have been allocated approximately Rs 4000 crores from this year’s budget while revenue generation is only Rs 400 crores. Despite numerous challenges we have to optimise this allocation for the betterment of the Islands, fulfilling the aspirations of our people, improving security, protecting the environment and taking care of our tribes.
A committee has also been appointed under the Chief Secretary which will focus on how to improve our revenue generation capabilities. Despite many competing requirements, the Central government has sanctioned many big projects worth thousands of crores viz construction of 2 major bridges, widening of Andaman Trunk Road while approval for the undersea cable has been accorded in principle which will lead to a major transformation. New ships have been ordered under the Prime Minister’s “Make in India” scheme, a Medical College has commenced in one year which is another landmark achievement. We thank Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for his vision, guidance and support in this regard, which has enabled this progress.
The Islands have witnessed commendable growth after the BJP-led NDA government took office. What are the highlights of the A&N Administration’s achievements?
After I assumed charge, my thrust has been to bring in sustainable development and fulfill the needs and aspirations of the Islanders. During the last two years, a lot of positive changes have occurred under the dynamic leadership of our Prime Minister and the guidance and support of various Central government Ministries. The development that has taken place in the Islands during the past two years has overcome the backlog of many decades. Here are some major achievements:
Communications and Connectivity
Under Sea Cable:
Sanction for Under Sea Cable by Govt. of India has been granted from Chennai to Port Blair and 5 other Islands. This will help transform the Islands and open up many economic possibilities especially in the IT and BPO services.
*Sanction of two large ships (1500 pax) and two small ships (500 pax) by Central Government under “Make in India” concept.
*Agreement signed for 10 new harbour crafts.
 * flight service started to remotest District of the Country Nicobar. Charter flights for Chennai, Kolkata, and Vishakhapatnam at concessional rates for Islanders.
* Extension of runway projects in Diglipur and Campbell Bay followed by the commencement of Inter Island flights.
* Night flights have also started after augmenting the existing night landing technology. We hope to commence International flights soon.
 ANIMERS: – The only Govt. Medical College commenced in one year, a very significant achievement. The influx of specialist doctors has made a great difference in health services. 85 students from the Islands get admission per year. Proposal for paramedical, nursing, and post graduate institute are also in progress, as is specialised care in cancer and heart treatment.
Health Insurance Scheme (ANISHI): ANISHI has been a great success where Islanders can get cashless treatment in specified hospitals in the mainland, up to Rs 5 lakhs.
 All retired Govt. employees and the weaker section with an annual income up to Rs 3 lakhs are covered.  This is a path-breaking medical insurance scheme, the first of its kind in the country.
Andaman College was opened to accommodate students who could not get admission in the only college in Port Blair.
Community College: Community College was opened for part time skill developments courses.
Law College: Sanction of Law College is under progress with Punjab University. A multidisciplinary Professional College is also to commence this year.
Roads: Widening of Andaman Trunk Road (ATR) is in progress.
Bridges: Sanction granted by Govt of India (GoI) for the building of two major bridges across straits, where presently ferry services are operating.
Employment – Apart from releasing many vacancies in government jobs, we have tried to encourage the spirit of free enterprise through self-help groups and Central government schemes like “Mudra Yojana”.
Agriculture and Fisheries – This sector has also received due attention. We are focussing on creating organic “Brand Andaman”.
Green Islands – This is the vision of our Hon’ble Prime Minister, where we are replacing diesel generated power through solar energy and other niche technologies, thus making the Islands “Green”.
Centrally Sponsored Schemes – All schemes of the Prime Minister have been enthusiastically welcomed and implemented.
How do you promote sustainable tourism in a unique and eco-friendly manner keeping in view the fragile ecology and indigenous tribes?
There are two key areas that are crucial for the future growth of these Islands. One is tourism and the second is fisheries. Tourist inflows are increasing steadily and we are focusing on creating a unique brand of sustainable eco-friendly tourism. It will be aligned to ecology, nature, sea and water sports. As you land at Port Blair, you can see the bottom of the ocean, so clear are the waters. Our tourism will offer opportunities for all, not just high-end tourism but also middle level because that is what gives employment to our people.
 We will develop our infrastructure further so that the place is not overwhelmed. We need a little more capacity and also to spread tourism throughout the year. The new sound and light show at Ross Island is one of the best in the country. A botanical garden is on the anvil. We have issued our interest for cruise ships. Safety aspects have been reinforced and new islands are being opened up. So a whole lot of things are happening, slowly but surely!
What roadmap have you drawn for taking the Islands forward? How do you see the Central government helping the A&N Administration in translating this dream into reality?
While focusing on today’s developments, we should not forget about the future. The Administration had appointed a study group to detail a 15-year Perspective Plan: Andaman – 2030. The study has since been completed and a follow-up action plan is being drawn up. Many areas hold great promise for the future and we are focusing on them.
   Let me be quite candid in stating that the great progress made in the last two years is due to the support and guidance provided under the leadership and vision of our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji: “Sabka Saath–Sabka Vikas”. We remain committed to achieving it in letter and spirit.

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands Food

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands cuisine consists mainly of seafood. They are mainly found in the hotels and restaurants of the island.

The general population of this Union Territory are denied of numerous offices till date and accordingly are living a long ways behind the human progress. The sustenance of the Andaman and Nicobar individuals are principally the ocean Food which are exceptionally normal in this spot. The general population there are mostly non veggie lovers depending principally on ocean Food .

The nourishment of the Andamanese fundamentally contains non veg things like meat. They additionally allow a ton of natural products that are found in wealth in the timberlands of Andaman and Nicobar islands. The greater part of the workers of the island were seekers at once. In that capacity they used to feast upon tissue of flying creatures and wild creatures. For quite a while, the utilization of flame was obscure to them.

Tropical food are found in the bumpy parts of this island. Mango, banana, orange, pineapple, guava are some basic organic products that are found in the business sectors of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Because of the expanding attractions of the guests towards this spot numerous eateries have grown up who are get ready delectable Indian, Chinese and Continental sustenance things. In any case, unique Andaman sustenances could scarcely be found there.

The Andaman sustenance arranged from fish are an exceptionally mainstream cooking of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Since fish is found in wealth in the ocean, so individuals of Andaman like to take increasingly angle in their supper.

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Enjoy the pristine beauty of nature on this Andaman island

The Andaman and Nicobar are a paradise for nature lovers and therefore attract many tourists every year. This is a beautiful place that offers an ideal stay. Nicobar has a small but fully furnished world itself.

Andaman and Nicobar Tourism enjoys the beautiful beaches and beautiful mangroves. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are ideal for those who enjoy being in the silence of nature. Around Andaman and Nicobar Tourism, Andaman Holidays the sides are divine. The island of Andaman and Nicobar is rich in marine life.

Birds and flowers are another attraction of this island, which attracts many tourists. Andaman Holidays also includes a variety of beaches on the island of Andaman, which have a homogeneous character. One can enjoy the pristine beauty of nature on this island.

The famous Indira point is the lighthouse on this island, which is located at the southern tip of the country. The view of the gigantic structure of this lighthouse is sufficient to limit visitors to the charm.

Nicobar Island Sightseeing also includes Katchal most attractive that is popular for its beautiful beaches. Other attraction such as the Andaman is also famous for its natural beauty without end. The beautiful and fascinating forests, white sandy beaches and crystal clear sea are the main attractions of the island of Andaman.

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First Ever Bird Watching Session by Tourism Department Inspires Youths; Several Endemic Birds Sighted

Port Blair, March 20: The two-days guide training programme in Bird Watching organised by the Directorate of Tourism in association with Department of Environment & Forest and Zoological Survey of India, Port Blair concluded today with the trainees making field trips to wetlands of Sippighat and forests of Chidiyatapu under the tutelage of Resource persons.

Several wetland birds including endemic birds were sighted and identified by the group which includes large number of students of Zoology background, Travel and Tourism studies from Jawaharlal Nehru Rajkeeya Mahavidyalaya Port Blair, Research Scholars from Pondicherry University Campus Port Blair, Andaman Tour operators, bird lovers, NGOs, journalist and the like. With the uncommon settings of early morning fog at the background these days at Sippighat, the trainees could identify large number of Common Moorhen, Purple Moorhen, Lesser Whistling Teal, Andaman Teal, Cotton Teal, Large Egrets, Medium Egrets, Small Egrets, White bellied Sea Eagle, White breasted Kingfisher, Andaman Green Pigeon at the wetlands of Sippighat on either side of the main road.

The Reserve forests of Chidiyatapu presented a different avian spectacle which included Andaman tree pie, Andaman drango, Racket-tailed drango, blacked napped oriole, Scarlet Minivets, Green Imperial Pigeon, Glossy staling, Andaman cuckoo, Sun birds, Andaman bulbuls, and spotted woodpeckers, all making excellent early morning calls and whistles.

The trainees also went through a presentation at the Conference Hall of Biological Park on birds of Andaman& Nicobar Islands.

Smt Ankita Mishra Bundela, the Secretary (Tourism) and others gave away Certificates to the 43 bird watching trainees who have attended the two-days programme .

Dr. Viswa Kannan, Director (Tourism), Sri Naveen Kumar DCF (Wild Life), Dr Sivaperuman Scientist, Sri PT Rajan Sr. Zoological Assistant, Zoological Survey of India, Sri Vikram Shil, Resource person in Bird Watching from the Island, Sri. AC Tilak Asst. Conservator of Forests, South Andaman besides officers and staff of Tourism Deptt. accompanied the group.

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Andaman and Nicobar to have a Memorable Honeymoon

Andaman could be a excellent place for honeymoon, that seems like a dream to the life partner. it’s found to be a hottest honeymoon destination for a special wedding, and couple will have marvelous moments at this good spot. this is often an attractive destination forjourney|the journey} enthusiasts wherever you’ll be able to perform numerous adventure activities like skin diving, in additionbecause the snorkelling, ocean walk and different water sports activities.

Likewise, couples will interact in numerous activities, in addition as relish the wide views of the wonderful islands, thick forests, clean beaches, etc. you’ll be able to merely relax over the silver beaches that ar found to be a tremendous thanks to get relaxed and luxuriate in the sunsets at the beaches throughout your honeymoon trip to Andaman.

This Andaman Island is one of the superb honeymoon places that produces lots of distinction in comparison to different places inAsian nation.The marvelous place to reside in is that the ‘Havelock’. it’s the bungalow, that is one among the most effective waysfor a person to possess a comfort keep. you may positively relish all the comfort once you come with a superbly bespoke Andaman Honeymoon Package for yourself.

No matter wherever you attend your wedding, however Andaman should be your 1st selection for your honeymoon. The place is best for all the honeymooners, wherever they’re going to get complete privacy within the beach. you’ll even reach the Port national leader, that is extraordinarily smart for the couples to own a pleasant time. One will even do a best personal tour at this country.

If you associate with Andaman Nicobar Honeymoon packages, you’ll be able to do higher time management, as you’ll realize all the comfort from such packages. Even individuals can give you smart vehicle arrangement. These packages embody most of the popular spots like Port national leader and different islands and assist you reach during a single week. you’ll even be able to realize varied packages that may be merely meant as per your essential wants. Overall, your tour can become additional sure-fire through these packages.

With the assistance of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Honeymoon Packages, the couples are able to relish the wonderful candle lit dinner, and therefore the space decoration are through with lovely flowers and every one the facilities provided to the couples area unit wonderful and is considerable. Hence, this excellent island may be seen in inexperienced forest and sandy beaches that area unit found to be the exciting bowl of Andamans and it provides a very higher vacation for eco-friendly tourists.

This lovely island with lush inexperienced forest and sandy beaches that area unit gift area unit extremely amazing for the eco-friendly tourists. While, the candle lit dinner is additionally command at the beaches as per the holidaymaker requests. While, your can get wonderful bivouacking facility that’s provided at the most of the beaches situated in Andaman and Nicobar.


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New reason to travel to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands!

If the natural beauty wasn’t enough, here’s something that will definitely make you want to travel to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is one of the most unique travel destinations in India. Thanks to the richness in its flora and fauna, along with pristine white sand beaches and stunning views of the Bay of Bengal, this set of islands always proves to be a great destination for travellers.

In a bid to promote this place and attract more tourists, Andaman’s rich culture and heritage are to be promoted in India as well as abroad through areas like the performing arts, visual arts and academic conferences.

This will be done by a strategic partnership between the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and the union territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, who have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday to jointly promote the rich cultural heritage of the archipelago.

“India is truly blessed with diversity. Within India, you can see the world. Islands have a very interesting, lively and celebratory manner about them,” ICCR Director General C. Rajasekhar told IANS.

“They have a very distinct identity but don’t get the attention that they deserve,” he added.

The different ways in which the cultural heritage of the region will be promoted include cultural performances, exhibitions, literary events, artists in residences and other mutually agreed upon activities in the Islands.

The area has “a composite culture as people from the whole country settled there for it was a penal settlement developed by the British” during the pre-independence era,” said Ankita Mishra, secretary of arts and culture of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

“It is like a mini-India. Within the Islands, we need to promote integration,” she added.

“We expect two things: to showcase the culture of the Andamans, which are cut off from the mainland by increasing their exposure quotient to foreign cultures and to give a platform to our local artists to showcase their talent,” she stated.

She also expressed concerns about literature witnessing a diminishing trend in the union territory.

“Literature needs to be developed. There is a need to provide a platform to the people. We can invite writers to the Island to write about them on anything they like,” Mishra said.

“ICCR can help in identifying the writers. We can spot emerging writers from all over the world with the help of our embassies and consulates and the culture sector,” Rajasekhar said.

This cooperation can help to “optimise the effort” of promoting the Islands, he added.

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Climate of Andaman & Nicobar

The Climate of Andaman & Nicobar Islands is described as Tropical climate.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands has a humid Weather and has no winter season. Rain season lasts for 180 days in a year. The southwest monsoon touches the Indian soil first in the Andamans and then proceeds towards the Indian mainland.

Seasons:  Summer – January to April,  Monsoon – May to December.

Relative Humidity: 70% – 90%.
Mean minimum temperature at 23 °C (75 – 85 F) and maximum at 28 °C  (78 – 95 F)
Annual Rainfall: 3,000 mm

Andaman & Nicobar Islands is always warm, with pleasant sea-breeze . The rainy season happens twice a year under the influence of Southwest monsoon in mid-May to September, and Northeast monsoon in November To January. There is medium to heavy rain during the monsoon, in the months from May to mid September and November to mid December.


There is no extreme climate except rains and tropical storms in late summer. The weather is calm only from January to April and to some extend in October. It is quite hot in the months of March to May in the Andamans.


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Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a melting pot of Indian Culture.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a melting pot of Indian Culture. This is even reflected in the food & Cuisine of the local people of these Islands.

The finest of India’s cuisines is as rich and diverse as it’s civilization. It is an art form that has been passed on through generations purely by word of mouth, from guru( teacher) to vidhyarthi (pupil) or from mother to daughter.

Andaman cuisine is heavily influenced by all the cultures that came into contact with the region. Like many other aspects of Andaman culture, the influence of the Hindu, Christian, Muslim and Sikh religions in the traditional food is very strong. You can observe this deep impact on the truly tasty and spicy cuisine of Andamans.

Cuisine in Andaman & Nicobar Islands has roots in the history, geography and culture of the land. The Cuisine of these Islands can also be classified under the following Headings – South Indian food and North Indian food.

South Indian food

The Malabar Coast in the South India is famous for its spices. Cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg are some of the notable spices, which are found in abundance in the South. The availability of coconut, fish and root tubers have influenced the cuisine of South India. Rice is the staple food for the people of South India instead of wheat, which is more popular in northern states.

For generations, people of South India have migrated & settled in Andman & Nicobar Islands. They  also carried their Food habits & cuisine to these Islands.

The very mentioning of South Indian food, brings to ones mind the tastes of Idlis, dosas, Sambhar and Vada. However, there are more than these that can treat the taste buds. Most of the vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes of this region have a generous use of spices and coconuts.The final tempering with oil, mustard seeds, curry leaves, red chillies and urad dhal is almost the same for most of the dishes.

For people of Kerala origin, the staple food is fish accompanied with Boiled rice. Banana chips and jackfruit chips are the all time Snacks of people from Kerala and most of the visitors make sure they have at least a few bags of these items in their carry home luggage!

The Andhra cuisine has a great Mughal impact. Their food is known for its spiciness and hotness. The kebabs and the Biriyanis are not to be missed. Home made pickles, pappads and dry chutney powders to be used with dosa or idli or rice are the famous culinary traditions of this region.

North Indian food

Even though most Indian recipes have exotic spices and aroma, North Indian Food have its distinctive characteristics that separate it from South Indian Food.
North Indian food is usually served with thick and tasty gravy. Although there are still some chillies that are included in the recipes, it also uses dairy products including Paneer, milk, butter and Yogurt. Usually, North Indian Food is often served with nuts.
North Indian cooking uses several utensils, one of which is the Tawa. The Tawa is used for baking Indian flat breads like paratha as well as roti. Another utensil used for making North Indian food is the Tandoor. The Tandoor is a huge and a cylindrical oven that can be used over a firing coal. Inside the Tandoor, breads such as the famous kulcha and naan are baked.
Rather than eating their foods with rice, North Indian cuisines are usually eaten with bread. Apart from the baked breads, there are also breads that are fried in deep oil before being served like, Bhatoora and Poori.
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Andaman A Tropical Paradise

The world is full of fascinating destinations waiting to be explored. The Andaman, surely one of them. A quiet tropical island outpost, which belongs to India, Andaman Islands is truly magical. The islands are shrouded in mystery for centuries because of their inaccessibility. A PARAGON beauty, these islands represent a landscape of scenic and picturesque extravaganza, shimmering like pearls 1000km off the east coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. Superb, nearly deserted beaches, incredible corals and marine life, intriguing colonial post and the remains of a Stone Age culture of seduction travel to this mysterious island.

We all know Andaman beaches are Awesome, but that’s not all. The story of the tribes, settlers emigrated years ago, Jurassic era types of forests and not to forget the clear blue waters, Andaman is a tourist paradise. Andaman has the most welcoming atmosphere in the winter, making it the perfect holiday destination. We can say that you fall in love with at first sight – a gleaming stretch of water, boasting every shade of blue ever seen, washing into the pure white sand.

Here are some suggestions to help you plan your perfect Andaman getaway.

Havelock Island

This is one of the largest islands in the Andaman constituting some of the most exquisite and unspoilt beaches. It also boasts a colorful and dense evergreen forest. The island is mainly inhabited by Bengalis who settled there since long time. The other part of the island inhabited by tribals or Aborigines. There are a host of activities that can be performed during a visit to the island like sailing, kayaking, trekking, Scuba diving waters and pristine environment more transparent fills you with supernatural bliss.

Neil Island

If you really want to slow down and are looking for peace, isolation and deserted beaches, without a Castaway, Neil Island, 40 km northeast of Port Blair, a good place to get off the ferry. This is the place to lie on the beach, jungle hike, snorkel, cycle through rice fields and farms, and then lie on the beach some more.

Jolly Buoy Island

Located at a distance of about 15 nautical miles from the Wandoor dam, the Mahatma Gandhi National Park, Jolly Buoy Island boasts white sand beach and almost a mixture of both shallow and deep waters. It is one of the most coveted spots for snorkelling enthusiasts, closer to Port Blair. The transparency of the water allows one to see the beauty of the pillar, Star, brain and Fungia corals. There are experienced guides and providing relief for amateur snorkelers Glass Bottom Boats. Even those who do not know swimming, you can enjoy the shallow waters with ease. Marine life in the region and boasts the island’s most colorful delicate fauna in terms of fish, sea cucumbers and Star Fish.

The Cellular Jail

The experience of the other highlights of the trip to Kala pani: You get suddenly transported to the exotic world of the dark ages. It’s so ridiculous, it is a place that boasts of such exquisite beauty, history bears murkiest all. Cellular Jail Kala pani, perhaps the most heart-breaking historical monument that you have ever visited. Jail is designed to political prisoners and dangerous, Kala Pani was apparently witnessed several cases of torture and death. Located right in the middle of a deep jungle on one side and a rocky body, Kala Pani somehow feels like a part of another world all together. Although the island, you just can not turn on cell prison is picture perfect Port Blair, that you instantly fall in love.

Sevens wings one central issue tortuously tiny cells with minimal light, torture chambers and exhibition wing with pictures of soldiers who were imprisoned here. Jail can hold these tornadoes, such Sukh Dev, Rajguru, Batukeshwar Dutt, Bejoy Kumar Sinha, Shiv Verma, Jaidev Kapur turned towards Savarkar: The place has the feeling of being in a time warp, like Kala Pani stood, and the world has moved on. The real scale of the place hits you during a light and sound show, excellent narrated by Naseeruddin Shah. While it still seems that every chapter in the history book, a story that is not true.

Ross Island

Ross Island, located a 20-minute boat ride from Port Blair, breath-taking. Ross Island was the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands during the British Raj, and today is kept in the fleet due to its strategic importance. The place is teeming with wildlife, especially deer and peacocks, which surprisingly do not show any fear in people. In fact, you can actually feed them and take pictures with them. Ross Island is a beautiful, untouched virgin beach Ferar beach, where you can sit on the rocks and enjoy the white sand and the waves lapping at your feet.

In addition, major tourist attractions, there is much to see and do in Andaman. mangrove canopy walk, Scuba diving, snorkelling, game fishing, volcano tours are a few activities that you can enjoy. Andaman Island, a bottle of gin that will fulfill your desire to dig in and have the best time of your life. So you are ready to experience the charm of the Andamans.

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Andaman – Abundant in lush vegetation and amazing wildlife

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been shrouded in mystery for centuries because of its inaccessibility. These are the paragon of beauty and present a landscape full of quaint and picturesque show. These islands sparkle like emeralds in the Bay of Bengal. The dense forest that covers the islands and countless flowers and exotic birds create a highly poetic and romantic atmosphere. Here the white beaches on the edge of a meandering coastline have palm trees swaying to the rhythm of the sea. The rhythm of tribal drums haunts the stillness and the fish swimming in the clear water. This addition of strangeness to beauty, which is responsible for creating the infinite romantic impact, may be described in the following famous lines of Keats.

The beauty of Andaman Tour is that separates you from the usual bustle, and brings you closer to nature. You can live like a king in the midst of luxury and natural beauty of the Andaman Islands. Go on a cruise in the Andaman and Nicobar tour packages for an unforgettable trip Andaman be sure to visit the capital and picturesque Port Blair, which is abundant in lush vegetation and amazing wildlife.

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