Best Places To See In Andaman And Nicobar Island

Andaman and Nicobar Islands is the possessor of over 570 islands. It is one of the most segregated islands in the world. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an island progression or chains in the eastern Indian Ocean. These Islands are located in Southeast Asia, 150km north of isle On Sumatra, and detached from Thailand to the east by Andaman Sea. They form part of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by resting 1,300km southeast of the Indian subcontinent, across Bay of Bengal.

1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island: Located on the Western Coast of Havelock Island, Radhanagar beach is one of the most ideal places for visit in Andaman. Notorious as the “Asia’s Best Beach” in 2004 by the TIME Magazine, 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: waahindia.com

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2. Ross and Smith Island Beach: Another calm beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Island is the Unique and ravishing Ross and Smith Island, which is a natural sandbar attaching the two lonely islands. The Ross and Smith Island beach is located at a few boating miles from the Diglipur Jetty and one can take pleasure in boat rides on the immaculate aqua green water. It is an abode for leisure and adventure activities like sunbathing swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. image credit: tourmet.com

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3. Laxamanpur Beach, Neil Island: Laxamanpur Beach is one of the most well known beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Island. Situated nearby the Bharatpur Beach, it is the ideal gateway on your trip to Andaman. The Laxamanpur Beach is relatively longer and wider than Bharatpur Beach is perfect for a long and rejuvenating walk. You can enjoy the bliss of privacy even during the peak tourist season as you will be free with adequate time and space to be on your own. image credit: holidayiq.com

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4. Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island: Lalaji Bay Beach is situated in the western coast of long Island and is well linked by regular ferries from Rangat, Middle Andaman. It is another serene and remarkable beach in Andaman and an excellent visit destination for the skinny dippers. To reach the Lalaji Bay Beach from long island jetty, one can either need to hire a dunghi or walk for over an hour through a mangrove spring. image credit: .beach-on-map.com

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5. 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: coastaltourism.in

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6. 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. image credit: tripadvisor.in

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7. Sippighat Farm: Sippighat Farm, the expansion over a sprawling 80 acres was established in 1959 as the “Soil Conservation and Demonstration Center” and converted into a Horticulture farm in 2003. It is encompassed by the natural flourishing exquisiteness and it is a assemblage of cultivated greenery. The best cultivation practices one could adopt in the Islands is demonstrated in the Farm. They even contribute instruction on multi-cropping and the practices too. A wide variety of crops from spices like black pepper, vanilla, cash crops like coffee, medicinal plants are being grown here. Some of the properties of the medicinal plants are also being grown here. Apart from the plants the Farm has a presence of various species of migratory birds like Pacific Golden-Plover, Eurasian Curlew, Mongolian Plover and other such birds due to which makes it s must visit place for ornithologists or bird watchers. image credit: journeymart.com

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8. Madhuban: Andaman and Nicobar Island provides the excellent opportunities to go to scuba diving or snorkeling but there is so much more to this fascinating island that we have not yet delved into. Sauntering on the clear sands of the beaches is not only the option while the Island possesses the trekking trails that could take you from sunrise to sunset. Starting from Mount Harriet, the loftiest peak in South Andaman, the trek to Madhuban is about 16 kms long that involves some rocky terrain and curved roads making it a preferred among trekkers. The trek from Mount Harriet to Madhuban is ideal for the nature lover in you. With the exotic flora and fauna, the variety of birds and butterflies make the trek an amazing experience. image credit: leenatravels.com

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9. Collinpur: Notorious as Sunset Bay, you cannot leave Andaman without appreciating the forest like sandy beaches of Collinpur. Based at the South Andaman in Andaman District at a distance of 40 -km from Port Blair Collinpur is well connected by road and it is endowed with azure waters and sun kissed beaches. The beach is splashed in sand and has enthralling combination of knotted trunks of ancient trees and luxuriant green tropical forests. The radiant clouds keep lingering over the azure waters of the beach. It provides an absolute backdrop to the palm groves and the azure waters that gently lap the exotic shore. imagr credit: portblaironline.in

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10. Long Island: Having an area of about 18 sq.km., the Long Island is located just 47 nautical miles from Port Blair is a modern village with population of around 2000 holding many facilities mainly not available in other villages of Bay Islands. It is a dreamland settlement without any road system. Starting from jetty only four feet wide specific footpath connects the different parts of the “Panchayat” area. The Island has dense tropical forests of all types ranging from Tidal Swamp forests to Evergreen Forests. The comfortable inlets, green hills and marvelous mangroves, the vast marine wealth and exclusive beaches are ideal for adventure. The pristine beauty of Long Islands in the form of abundant green forests, untouched beaches coupled with unique Marine ecosystem allures everybody image credit: tourplanning.in

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