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The Indian archipelago consist of more than 300 Islands in Andaman alone and the remaining 272 Islands constitute the Nicobar Islands. The Indigenous tribes have been living in some parts of these Islands since 2000 years. The travellers are restricted to visit these places from a culture preservation point of view, but you can learn a lot about them at the Samudrika Marine Museum. The museum also hosts many exotic marine species and skeleton of the blue whale. If you want to go on a budget exotic tropical holiday, Andaman is the place to be. With its sparkling blue water, colourful coral reefs and white sand beaches, you get the best of views. Water sports is something you cannot miss on these Islands. North Bay Island is the best spot for snorkelling, deep diving and underwater sea-walking. A common misconception amongst people is that they should have prior swimming or diving experience for them to enjoy these water sports which is far from the truth. If still, you are not confident enough to try the mentioned water sports, you can try the Banana Boat, which is thrilling and much safer. For kids and older adults, there is glass bottom boat ride, and Cellular Jail light show is a must for all ages.
Sea, sand and sun. Do these three words create a mesmerising landscape in your mind and make you escape from your desk to your dream destination?
If yes, then it’s time to pack your bags, visit and explore nature’s masterpiece and one of India’s most beautiful tourist destination, Andaman – An archipelago of 572 islands in the Bay of Bengal.
Tourist Place in Andaman:
Radhanagar Beach, Cellular Jail National Memorial, Mount Harriet And Madhuban, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, North Bay Beach, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Diglipur, Chidiya Tapu, Ross Island, Neil Island, Baratang Island, Vijaynagar Beach, Cinque Island, Long Island, Jolly Buoy Island, Samudrika Marine Museum, Ross and Smith Island, Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Limestone Caves, Radhanagar Beach,BOOK NOW