Andaman Holiday – the Perfect Vacation to Nature-Loving Tourists
Once a small mound extending from Myanmar (Burma at that time) to Indonesia, ‘Andaman Islands’ is today a renowned eco-tourism center at the Indian subcontinent. A cluster of 572 undulating islands, Andaman & Nicobar is situated in the Bay of Bengal and dotted with numerous enchanting landscapes, dense forests and an array of flora & fauna. The topography of Andaman is hilly that pullulates with evergreen forests. Fascinating beaches are surrounded by green coconut palms and arousing rocky hills, which overall feature a magical natural charm coupled with fantabulous climatic conditions. Besides this, they offer the vacationers with excellent water-sports to explore. Other than that, rare species of plants and amazing wildlife are additional attractions for those on Andaman tour.
Travelers to Andaman can find unique peace and tranquility in the true lap of nature. So no doubt an Andaman trip is a blissful sojourn for those with sense of nature, though plentiful adventurous activities like trekking, camping, scuba-diving and water sports can also be enjoyed during tour to this isolated landmass. Offering so much to do and see, Andaman packages are in great demand nowadays. People from different parts of the country opt for Andaman packages and visit this wondrous land to explore matchless grandeurs gifted by Mother Nature. While being on an Andaman tour, it’s also impossible to avoid cultural, spiritual and historical variations of the island. Here people from varied religions live peacefully, and celebrate their traditions in their own ways. Exploring this wonderful cultural mix is a rewarding experience for tourists.
Accommodations at Andaman Island are available in a variety of categories, so one can choose a unit to perfectly match his requirements and budget. Port Blair, the capital city and a major tourist center of Andaman Island, has plenty of hotels ranging from luxury five star hotels to economical ones. Most of these properties offer comfy stay amidst scenic vistas of sea and green gardens. Apart from that, numerous other options including beach resorts, vacation rentals and private homes are also available to cater accommodation needs of visitors.
Andaman is wedged in between the Bay of Bengal, so how to reach there may be a matter of concern for travelers planning for Andaman tour. Well, this Union territory is linked to all major cities on East Indian coastline by both sea and air. Passenger ships connect port Blair with Kolkata, Chennai and Vishakhapatnam on regular basis services. It takes around 3 to 4 days to reach Port Blair via sea. Traveling through Air is the most convenient way to reach the island. Flights from all major cities like Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai to Port Blair are operated daily. So, one can select his suitable mode of transportation to get in there. However, Andaman packages are most suitable options for travelers to Andaman.
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