Top-10-Must-See-Attractions-in-Andaman

Top-10-Must-See-Attractions-in-Andaman

Get your bags packed if you are a lover of sunny skies golden blue beaches and sparkling seas. Talking about the beautiful weather and the serene shorelines, there is a lot to do while having great fun in Andaman. For honeymooners its heaven adventurous spots for diving lovers and an idyllic island for a peaceful family gets together. Sightseeing in Andaman includes a visit to pristine beaches far flung islands and lush interior forests. Here are 10 places that you will never want to miss on your trip to Andaman: 1. Cellular Jail National Memorial Reminiscent of the Colonial Era. I know this may sound a bit dark and depressing but you would not regret one moment of your time to spent here. The dreadful word Kala Pani that we have heard since our childhood actually refreshed to this place. 2. Havelock Gem Radhanagar Beach: It been over a decade that this beach has been awarded as Asia Best Beach by Time magazine however it is charm has not dropped a bit. 3. Mount Harriet and Madhuban: If you were trekking buff then you were going to love this 16 km trek from Mount Harriet to Madhuban. It is a gorgeous route where you can witness exotic flora and fauna of the land amidst spectacular sceneries. 4. Diglipur: Home to Andaman highest peak the famous turtle nesting site. crocodile sanctuaries and a network of caves Diglipur is the northernmost town and a nature lovers favorite place to visit in Andaman. 5. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park: Covering an area of 280 so km with 15 islands of mangrove creeks tropical rainforest and reefs supporting 50 types of coral Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is the go to place for snorkeling glass bottom boat rides and scuba diving. 6. Ross Island: Back in the days this place was fondly called the Paris of the East by the Brits. But all it is glory and tropical beauty was wrecked by the earthquake of 1941 and the Japanese invasion. 7. Museum Circuit: Take a tour of the Anthropological Museum giving insights into the lives of the indigenous tribes of the place and the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum in Port Blair that offers a glimpse into the biodiversity of marine life. 8. Walking at the North Bay Beach: In the North Bay Beach you can walk under the sea and finally visit Octopus Garden Colorful school of fishes coral reefs and various other marine life forms you have never seen before would be swimming right by you. 9. Hog on the Delectable Seafood: Holidaying on a tropical island if seafood is not on your priority list you are missing out on super awesomeness. 10. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex: Banana rides parasailing jet skiing row boating speed boat rides you name it and you got it here at Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex. To all the water babies out there coming here is the first thing to do in Andaman after you land at Port Blair.