Andaman Islands, located on east of the Indian peninsula around 1,400 kilometres off the east coast of India’s main land, are a tiny patch of paradise full with beaches with turquoise blue ocean and some history. Nestled in the Bay of Bengal, the archipelago
consisting of roughly 300 islands are prominent for their white sandy beaches, mangroves and dense rainforests and a tropical climate. Blessed with a rich marine life and coral reefs, Andaman is a paradise for divers.
In this Andaman tour package you will find that indigenous Andaman inhabits more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors and protected by the government of India. Cellular Jail takes you to the nostalgic ride in the colonial era where British authorities imprisoned freedom fighters of India. Islands’ capital, Havelock renowned for its beach resorts, snorkeling and scuba spots. To its south is laid-back Neil Island famed for some untouched powdery beaches.
The capital of this union territory, Port Blair, has a sizable airport and seaport that are connected to the rest of the nation and to a number of tourist islands via numerous daily ferries. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands consist of 572 islands, just 37 of which are inhabited, and only a few are accessible to tourists. Havelock and Neil Islands are well-known among tourists for their white sandy beaches and good diving opportunities. Of all the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Havelock Island is one of the biggest and most visited.
Aahvan’s Andaman tour packages offer a selection of immersive tours and activities that may be used to explore the main Andaman sightseeing.
Best Places to visit in Andaman tour:
1. Neil island: Another beautiful natural paradise with enticing white sand beaches and luxuriant green trees is Neil Island. Regular ferry services of various classes are available from Port Blair and Havelock, making it simple to get to Neil Island.
2. Havelock Island: One of the main draws to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Havelock Island. It is renowned for having pure beauty that is unrivalled when it comes to virgin woods of the earth and untouched and undiscovered natural beauty. Verdant foliage, sand, and a big body of turquoise water contrast sharply.
3. Baratang Island: For anyone planning an itinerary for the Andaman and Nicobar islands, the Baratang Islands are a must-see destination. The canopy of the forest, which is also home to the native “Jarwa” tribe, covers the boat trip. However, one must exercise caution around sea crocodiles and should stay away from the water.
4. Ross Island: The ruins of the Penal colony, which preceded the cellular jail or the Kaala paani, are well-known on the Ross Islands. The jail was previously used to house political prisoners, and the ruins of the gallows can still be found on this island. Many notable political prisoners from India’s struggle for independence were housed in the jail. The island also has ruins from the British’s opulent colonial past, such as a bakery and bungalows.
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