Andaman and Nicobar Islands Best Tourist Places and Attractions
If you imagine the white sandy beaches kissing the clear, crystal-clear cyanic water on the islands of Emerald, pardon me!!! You have no choice but the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. These insulas can even transform your uncomfortable atmosphere into an adventurous mood because they offer you numerous pelagic activities. Then in the pagan world, you’re out… And when you enter in the battle story of this unreputed ‘Cellular Jail’ that now is a World Heritage site and a memorial to the prisoners (freedom fighters) of the Independence movement, your Jove-dove-judo will be a treasure trove perk.
There is no halo of vigorous apostasy in the indigenous cultural life of the original population. Some of the tribes are extinct due to unregulated deforestation and only a few, Jawara and Sentinel, have spread to the outside world and have only few assimilated into contemporary Indian society. Indians and immigrants from Myanmar and Sri Lanka are the other inhabitants living in pagan harmony. A treasure chest simply awaits you in these mystical islands.
In the middle of the sylvenic atmosphere, the dolphins and the typical turtles like The Green Sea Turtle, The Hawksbill Turtle, The Leather Back Turtle, and The Olive Riddles adorn the colorful world with their sprinkling tone. If nature is spot-gosh, then jellyfish and poisonous sea snakes like Laticauda colubrine and Sea Krait are about to entertain you. The “Andaman Reel Life” is these reptiles.
1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island
Radhanagar is one of the most important beaches to visit in andaman tour packages is known for being “Asia’s Best Beach” in 2004 by the magazine Time. The clean, composite atmosphere, far from the tourist spark with white and silky white sand glowing under the turquoise blue sea, is perfect scenery for those long strolls to the ideal sunset that is full of sunlight on the horizon. Radhanagar Beach is also famous for its activities underwater, such as snorkeling and diving, which enable people who seek adventure to discover the colorful marine world.
2. Ross and Smith Island Beach
Another unmatched and paradisiacal beach in Andaman… rolling beach enthusiasts from all over the world are the unrivaled and paradises Ross and Smith Island beach, a natural sand bar linking the two lonely islands. A few nautical kilometers from the Diglipur Jetty, Ross and Smith Island beach is ideal for rides on crystal-clear blue, green waters. It’s a haven for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, and plunge activities. It has many sports facilities.
3. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island
The Laxmanpur beach, near the beach of Bharatpur, is one of the popular beaches in Andaman because you are left with enough space and time to enjoy privacy even during the peak tourist season. The Laxman Pur beach is longer and wider, which is ideal for a long and refreshing walk than Bharatpur Beach.
4. Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island
Lalaji Bay Beach is a peaceful sandy beach in Andaman, located at the west coast of Long Island and well connected by regular ferry services from Rangat, Middle of Andaman. One has to hire a dunghi from Long Island jetty or go through the mangrove river for over an hour to the beach of Lalaji Bay.
5. Guitar Island Beach
One of Andaman’s least traveled beaches is a long, narrow, creamy beach which is only accessible through dunghis from Long Island Jetty. This beach is a great getaway for couples who want privacy and want to build romantic ideals and unpractical attitudes.
6. Wandoor Beach, Port Blair
It’s one of Andaman’s famous beaches though… Beach of Wandoor is still known for its picturesque scenery, perfect for swimming and sighting of corals. Near the Wandoor beach, there are about 15 small islands covering the surrounding area, including Jolly Buoy, boat, Alexandra, Red Skin, and Tarmugli, and one of them can go for snorkeling and plunging in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.
7. Amkunj Beach, Rangat
Rangat beach Amkunj is one of India’s best eco-tourism destinations under the guidance of DFO foresters in Rangat (Divisional Forest Officer). As one of the nesting turtle beaches of Andaman, the beach of Amkunj pulls a lot of eco-friends. The beach is close to the Eco Park with a friendly environment and eco-huts, trunk beds, log couches, log teapots and log stools. Located next to the beach.
8. Karmatang Beach, Mayabunder
This dull beach will be wild and eventful for the party animals. Yes! There is nothing more to explore at Karmatang Beach, but you must not miss this beach if you are traveling with a group of hippies to Andaman. However, Karmatang beach is a beautiful and clean beach with lush coastal vegetation and a number of small huts, unlike other Andaman beaches. The journey to Mayabunder is about 30 minutes away.