Andaman and Nicobar Island
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a group of islands located in the Bay of Bengal, off the eastern coast of India. Known for their natural beauty, rich marine life, and tropical forests, these islands are a popular tourist destination. Some of the top tourist attractions in Andaman include: Cellular Jail: A historical monument that was used as a prison during the colonial era. Radhanaga r Beach: One of the most beautiful beaches in Asia, known for its turquoise waters and white sands.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling: Andaman is a popular destination for scuba diving and snorkeling, with its clear waters and diverse marine life.
Havelock Island: A popular destination for water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and surfing.
Ross Island: A historic island that was once the administrative headquarters of the British in Andaman.
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park: A protected marine park with a variety of coral reefs and marine life.
Chidiya Tapu: A scenic spot known for its sunset views and bird watching.
There are also many other attractions to explore in Andaman, such as the Limestone Caves, Baratang Island, and the Neil Island. Visitors can also enjoy water sports such as sea-walking, jet skiing, and parasailing.
To reach Andaman, one can take a flight from major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai to Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman. Ferry services are available to reach other islands in Andaman.