Why Andaman Island must be your next visit destination?

Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the land of aboriginal tribes and the land of freedom fighters is although having a beauty in terms of its flora and fauna, exotic beaches, adventurous sports, game fishing etc. but it has some of the unique spots which one may never see in any part of the country as well as in the world.

Being too far from Mainland India, Andaman itself is a foreign land and thus you may feel like visiting another country. One can do such activities here in the Andaman Islands that are hardly available in the other parts of India to explore like Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, and Banana Rides etc. thus exploring in the Andaman Islands would be cost effective rather visiting any other countries.

Picturesque beauty, the oceanic world in the islands, view of live corals, the lovely weather especially in the evening and morning hours and most importantly the sunset at 05:00 pm is something that one can explore in his/her lifetime only at Andaman Islands.

Andaman is also termed as Mini India as the region has settlers from all over the India and as a result the brotherhood each has with another, even if they are from different religion or caste; is something that you can only appreciate; when you are here once.

The unique spots that you may take a glimpse of, is the Barren Islands, which is the only active Volcano in the country, Beaches, mangrove creeks, limestone caves, and mud volcanoes are some of the physical feature that can be spotted here in the pollution free Andaman Islands.

Ross and Smith Island also known as Twin Islands in the North Andaman is one that is connected to each other with a sand bar and separates from one another during the high tide. The sea green water here won’t be found anywhere in the country and that’s the uniqueness.

Radhanagar Beach on the Ritchie’s Archipelago, also known as Number 7 Beach, is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock Island and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. The Golden Sand in the Beach is the attraction here in the Radha Nagar Beach.

Elephant Beach in the Havelock Islands is popular for adventurous water sport activities like Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Jet-ski, Banana Rides, and Kayaking etc. is another major reason that makes Andaman a must visit destination.

Wildlife lovers can also have a sight of various species of birds those are migratory and endemic and travellers may take up Bird Photography as well as listen the sounds of Birds singing, drumming, and winnowing to get psychological benefits of the nature.

In spite of that, the islands still has remaining’s of Britishers and Japanese. Cellular Jail, where several Indian freedom fighters were imprisoned and hanged by the Britishers is a national memorial monument and to know, what kind of a pain the freedom fighters had gone through, one can watch the Light and Sound show, displayed in the Cellular Jail and in no doubt it will bring tears in your eyes, if you are an Indian; thus its highly necessary for every Indian to visit Andaman once.

The Chatham Saw Mill in the capital of the islands, Port Blair, is the Asia’s largest Saw Mill. In 1942, during the World War II, the mill fall victim to British bombs. A pit was thus created which is now filled with water.

Other important attractions which will give you surprising knowledge about the Islands are Science Centre, Naval Marine Museum, Cottage Industries Emporium, Anthropological Museum, Forest and Fisheries Museum, the Mini Zoo and Corbyn's Cove beach at Port Blair.

It is not the end about Andaman & Nicobar Islands; there are many more Tourist as well as Historic spots in the Islands. Neil Island, Little Andaman, Mayabunder are some of the other parts in North and South Andaman region which has much to explore.

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