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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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The awe-inspiring natural sceneries, the clean atmosphere, thrilling adventures and the kind hospitality of the people of Andaman-Nicobar attract travelers and vacationers from all across the world.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the seven union territories of India. They are a group of islands at the midst of Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea. Andaman and Nicobar islands has one of the remaining virgin rain forests in the world. Placed in the Bay of Bengal they are the world of humid forests with undulating highlands, beaches and primeval clans, luring tourists throughout the year. Popularly known as the “Absolute Garden of Eden”, these beautiful small and trifling islands of Andaman Nicobar are the home of endless varieties of flora, fauna and aquatic life.

Tourism in Andaman Nicobar

The Andaman Nicobar provides many travel options to visitors for adventures activities. Andaman-Nicobar is rising-up as one of the leading travel destinations of India. The untouched water of Bay of Bengal is right for thrilling water sports including swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving etc. The wide-spread green peaks of Andaman Nicobar offers many arduous and stunning treks for adventure lovers.

Places to Visit/Sight-seeing

Some of the famous travel destinations of Andaman include Andaman Water Sports Complex, Samudrika Museum, Corbyn’s Cove Complex, Bangaram Island, Cellular Jail, Gandhi Park, Anthropological Museum, Fisheries Museum, Cinque Island, and Havelock Islands.

Port Blair: Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar, is established on to the east coastline of Southern Andaman. This minute island is the entrance point for the archipelago and has a cluster of houses, hotels and stores and other tourist places.

Ross Island: It is firmly known as a place alive with wildlife, which certain miles away from the mainland. Boats will ride you to the Ross Island in 20 minutes. Adventure explorers will get all the services here as trained divers and snorkeling and skiing guidance at reasonable prices.

Havelock Island: it is the most beautiful island of them all; via cruise ship it is about four-hour away from Port Blair. You can here stay in cottages or sea-resorts and explore the immaculate beaches and uninhibited natural sceneries.

Best Time to Visit Andaman-Nicobar

A tour to Andaman covers all these places along with other small islands and paves the way for tourists to enjoy the natural habitat in their own way. Appropriate time to visit Andaman Nicobar Island is between mid-November and April because weather is quite enjoyable during this time. The tourists who are preparing to visit here after February can expect slightly moist and warm weather.

How to Reach

Andaman and Nicobar State transport service and private operators runs here regular bus service from Central Bus Stand, near Aberdeen Bazaar, Port Blair. Taxis, Motorbikes, Scooters, and Mopeds are available on hire.

Travel in Andaman Nicobar

Travel via Air: The domestic airport at the capital city, Port Blair obtains regular flights from New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai. Many airlines as Jet Airways, Indian Airlines and Air Deccan run regular flights to Port Blair from the major cities of India.

Travel via Sea: Another way to reach Andaman Nicobar is by sea. There are around lots of ships sailing between Port Blair, Haddo Jetty, and only once in a month from Vizag to Port Blair.

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