Best Deals For Andaman

Andaman, the archipelago of 572 islands is immensely hypnotizing. The strike of colonization, tsunami, and war- nothing has disintegrated the spirit of exhilarating and captivating Andaman. It is the only place in India that can sand up to tough competition to Maldives and Seychelles. Andaman is notorious for some of the most pristine beaches, diving spots, primitive cultures and mesmerizing history.

Radhanagar beach: Crowned as “Asia’s best beach” and “7th best beach in the world” by Time Magazine, Radhanagar is undoubtedly the most alluring beach in the Andaman Islands. Located on the Western Coast of Havelock Island, Radhanagar beach is one of the most ideal places for visit in Andaman. The Radhanagar beach is uncluttered and serene that lies far from the crazy crowd of tourist. Radhanagar Beach is an ideal place for the adventure seekers as it presents underwater activities like snorkeling and scuba diving. image credit: mytourntrip.com

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Harminder bay beach: Harminder Bay Beach is an immense tourist attraction that is situated at a distance of about 100kms from the capital city Port Blair. It is notorious as one of the most ravishing beaches of Andaman. Harminder beach witnesses the breath-taking view of the blossoming green surroundings, immaculate aqua green waters and an amazing weather. The paradisiacal zone is captured with adventurers, trekkers and campers. Due to its mesmerizing beauty the beach is encountered by tourists from both national and international levels. Scuba diving and snorkeling are the major exciting activities. image credit: tourplanning.in

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Karmatang beach: Karmatang Beach is located in the northern region of the Middle Andaman. The exotic beach is 240 kilometers away from Port Blair. The Karmatang Beach is the ideal abode to the turtles and it is an excellent escape for the urbanites that haunt the place for small vacations. The picturesque beach promises privacy to the tourists and it is one of the alluring beaches in the Island of Andaman, and the most ideal romantic shore. The amazing place offers activities like swimming, scuba-diving and boating. The Karmatang Beach witnesses the spell-binding spring blossoms in between March and November thus presenting the place as more glorious. One can also delve into the forests and wild-life of Mount Harriet and Madhuban. image credit: travel-blog.waytoindia.com

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Ramnagar beach: Situated in the northern region at Diglipur Island of Andaman and Nicobar Island is accessible through water and road. Ramnagar Beach is alluring and is enclosed by coconut and palm trees and other coastal shrubs. The adjoining region of Ramnagar in Andaman and Nicobar is luxuriant in numerous fauna. The immensely scattered grains of sand is perfect place that bestows a chance to spend some quality time there and for a sun-bath so as to rejuvenate yourself from the tiredness of the hectic urbanite life. The Beach has an aura of tranquility and it also offers hypnotizing panorama. image credit: bollywoodshaadis.com

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Jolly Buoy: Notorious for immaculate beach and under water corals, Jolly Buoy is one hour journey from Wandoor Beach. Jolly Buoy Island is a No Plastic Zone. A security amount of INR 100 against each plastic item has to be deposited. Additional amount is also to be paid for still and video cameras. Since Jolly Buoy island is No Mans’ island, nothing is available in Jolly Buoy Island hence visitors are supposed to carry all items required for them like food, water, etc. Tender coconut is available at Wandoor Beach. People exploring the place through travel agents will get packed and will be accompanied by one of the person. Jolly Buoy is just like an end of the world place. Through snorkeling and scuba diving or from the glass bottom boat, one can enjoy the underwater coral view.
Cinque Island: Island, one of the best dive destinations with emerald water with a visibility of up to 80 feet is regarded as one of the most ravishing islands in Andaman. The island offers you to have a close look at the underwater coral gardens. it also has an envelope of pristine coral reefs and some outstanding beaches. You can have a close look at the underwater coral gardens. There are some fine, unspoiled beaches and the shallow sea around Cinque Island is luxuriant in corals. You can also be greeted by frolicking dolphins if you are lucky. The deep dive offers a wonderful variety of marine life, including Black Coral, calibration of sharks, is ideal for the experienced diver.image credit: makemytrip.com

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Red Skin Island: Due to its mysterious and unique allurement, the fascinating spot of the Red Skin Island at Andaman draws and enchants visitors from across the sphere. The Red Skin Island is endowed with the diversified range of natural phenomenon which truly beguiles the beholder. It is located inside the realms of the Marine National Park, in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The ravishing charm of the Red Skin Island will surely enrapture you in a state of ravishment. One can experience the kicks of snorkeling here. In order to view the marine flora and fauna that exists beneath the surface of the water, it is absolutely essential to wear a diving mask.

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Barren Island: Barren Island, the only historically active volcano along the N-S-trending volcanic arc extending between Sumatra and Myanmar, is a possession of India in the Andaman Sea  about 135 km NE of Port Blair in the Andaman Islands. The 354 meter high island is the emergent summit of a volcano that rises from a depth of about 2250 meters. The island is uninhabited and small 3 km-wide, and comprises approximately 2 km-wide abyss with walls 250-350 m high. The major explosive eruption in the late plasticines is the ultimate reason for the formation of the abyss, which is open to the sea on the west.  image credit: andamanmangroves.com

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Viper Island: The Viper Island holds a dark past even though it is gleaming with scenic beauty today. The Island is the site for the British gallows where the political prisoners were imprisoned, endlessly tortured and ultimately hung to death. When the Cellular Jail came into existence in 1906, the Island gallows was deserted. The battered residue of the Jail still stands as the memorandum of its horrible past and the cannibalistic tribulation faced by the Indian Freedom fighters. The Island is assumed to be tiled after the “Viper” vessel, which carried Lt. Archibald Blair to this island in 1789 and met with an accident near the place, the relics of which still remains under these waters image credit: andamanbeacon.com

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