'Soul warming' is the expression that comes to mind when talking about the beaches of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It's the crystal clear sea with a tinge of aqua blue, schools of iridescent fish that dart in sudden movements across the corals, and the soft bone white sand where one can lay the whole day.
Even though there has been an influx of tourists over the last few years, you can still manage an isolated spot amongst the many beaches of the archipelago. Your island hopping itinerary could plug in some of these beaches.
India is bestowed with panoramic beauty from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, and even beyond that. Amidst the blue waters of Bay of Bengal, surrounded by serene landscape and extremely beautiful beaches, Andaman is a treasured location for every tourist.
If there is one place in India that can stand up to stiff competition to Maldives and Seychelles, it has to be the Andaman. This archipelago of 572 islands boasts of some of the most pristine beaches, diving spots, indigenous cultures and facinating history.
One of the best beaches in the world, located on the south Coast of Havelock Island, has won many accolades in the travel world. With pristine white beaches and azure waters. Just laze on the beautiful Radha Nagar beach for a few days, and you won’t remember what “stress” means.
Also known as Kālā Pānī, was used by the British especially to exile political prisoners to the remote archipelago. Now a place of pilgrimage for all freedom loving people, has been declared a National Memorial. The jail museum here draws your memories back to those years of freedom struggle.
Was the headquarter of the British colony in A&N. Ross still has ruins of some of the buildings that were built during British period which includes a Church, Mansions, Market etc... Though they have now been engulfed by the roots of huge trees but watching these buildings makes one nostalgic.
An added perk is the number of Peacocks, Deer and Ducks you can spot at the Island.
Third highest peak in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. The place is shown on the reverse side of Rupee 20 note in India. The park's well-known faunal species are Andaman wild pigs (an endangered species), saltwater crocodiles, turtles and robber crabs. The park is also a butterfly hotspot.
Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed at the bottom of the sea. The journey on to these cave is equaly mesmerising which covers all the way through Tribal reserves. Travellers may also catch as a glimpse of a sun-bathing crocodile with its jaws wide open and a stone like still that camouflaged in the mangroves. It is a cave with interesting limestone structures and stalactite and stalagmites.
These mud volcanoes have erupted sporadically, with recent eruptions in 2005 believed to have been associated with the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The previous major eruption recorded was on 18 February 2003. The locals call this mud volcano jalki.
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Game fishing in Havelock
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