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.
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.
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, 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.