Andaman and Nicobar – Green, clean and unpolluted
Andaman and Nicobar islands is noted for its greenery, clean environment and unpolluted air. The islands are an ideal place for those who want to be in the lap of unadulterated nature. The tropical rainforests in islands and waters of Bay of Bengal homes a vast and diverse assortment of plant, animal and marine life. The terrain of islands is hilly in places marked by coconut trees, shrouded with tropical jungle and dotted by flat stretches of crescent shaped beaches. If you are one with activity oriented mindset there are plenty of options like trekking, island camping, snorkeling, scuba diving etc.
The main attractions of Andaman Tourism are its islands and beaches. The prominent islands of tourist interest in Andaman are Jolly Buoy, Cinque Island, Red Skin Island, Havelock Island, Barren Island, Ross Island, Viper Island and Chatham Island.
Jolly Buoy is an island which is part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. It is an ideal place for snorkeling and sea bathing. You can relish the breathtaking underwater view of coral and marine life. The sun basked beach is ideal for sunbathing.
Cinque Island is a superb place for scuba diving, swimming, fishing and camping. The sight of underwater coral gardens is fascinating. The unspoiled beaches, especially a sand bar joining two islands is of immense attractive value.
Red Skin Island is another island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. It homes a nice beach. The island offers spectacular view of corals and marine life.
Havelock Island with its virgin beach and unpolluted environment proves to be an idyllic resort. Camping facility is also available near Radhanagar Beach.
Barren Island is the land of Volcano. It is the only active volcano in India. The island has a big crater of volcano rising abruptly from sea for about half a kilometer from the shore.
Ross Island was the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands during British rule. The old structures are in ruins almost. A small museum commemorating the colonial past is on exhibit.
Viper Island is the place where British used to harbor convicts. The first jail was constructed here but later abandoned in favor of cellular jail. It homes a gallows on the top of a hill, where condemned prisoners were hanged.
Chatham Island is home to the main mainland- island harbor. On a tiny island connected by a bridge over sea, there is a Saw Mill. It is one of the biggest and oldest in Asia.
Tourism in Andaman receives a lot of impetus from its beaches. The prominent beaches of Andaman and Nicobar Islands are Corbyn’s cove, Radhanagar, Harminder Bay, Karmatang and Ramnagar.
Corbyn’s Cove is one of the more picturesque of sea beaches. It is ideal for sea bathing and sun basking.
Radhanagar beach exposes tourist to unpolluted nature. If you are a environment lover you are going to relish it.
Cellular Jail is the prominent historical monument. This jail in Port Blair was used by British to harbor and torture freedom fighters. It acquired the name ‘cellular” because it is entirely made up of individual cells for the solitary confinement of the prisoners.
Andaman tour operators will provide arrangements to visit main tourist places in Andaman. They are Neil Island, Cong Island, Rangat, Mayabunder, Diglipur, Little Andaman Island, Car Nicobar, Katchal, Great Nicobar, Mahtma Gandhi Marine National Park, Gandhi Park, Sippighat farm, Chiddiya Tapu, Collinpur, Madhubhan, Mount Harriet and a mini zoo in Port Blair.
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