Top 30 tourist places and charms in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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If you imagine the white sandy beaches in the Emerald Islands; you kiss the crystal clear cyan water, then forgive me!!! You have no option other than the archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar. These islands can even turn your angry mood into a predictive one, because they offer you a large number of splosh-gosh pelagic activities. And then you come out into the nations emerald world … and your Miss Judo persona will find a treasure chest just as you enter the bat history of the so-called ‘Cellular Failure’ which is now a World Heritage List And a Memorial for the Prisoners ( Freedom fighters) of the Indian Independence Movement.

The indigenous cultural life of the original inhabitants is lacking in a halo of terrible apostasy. Some tribes have grown out of irregular deforestation and few others, the Jawara and Sentinelese, were hoped to survive against the outside world and have little to be assimilated in contemporary Indian society. The remaining inhabitants living in the heathen harmony are the Indians and immigrants of Myanmar and Sri Lanka. A treasure chest just waits for you to be discovered in these mystical islands.

In the midst of the sylvan atmosphere you rejuvenate the shaky images and walk to the coral reef salmon school and join the colorful world of sprinkle tones, including dolphins and species of turtles like The Green Sea Turtle, The Hawksbill Turtle, The Leather Back Turtle and the Olive Ridley Turtle. If you are sposh-gosh nature, you’re about to be entertained by jellyfish and poisonous sea snakes like Laticauda colubrine and Sea Krait. These reptiles are the ‘Reel Life of Andaman’. Click Here find more information about Short Trip to Andaman with Swan tours, really its a leading travel agents in India, since 1995.

“Leave them, respect them, they are one of the miracles of the deep blue sea Feel, love it. They are sprinkle shades of the crystal clear cyan sea.” Following are the best beaches and places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar Islands:

Radhanagar beach Andaman

1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island

In 2004, the TIME Magazine was named Asia’s Best Beach, the Radhanagar Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Andaman, located on the west coast of Havelock Island. The clean and composed atmosphere, far from the tourist bar, with white and silky sand shining under the turquoise blue water, is a perfect beach view to make those long walks with an ideal sunset over the horizon. Radhanagar Beach is also known to host underwater activities such as snorkeling and diving, allowing adventure seekers to explore the colorful marine world. {Click Here Port Blair Havelock Honeymoon Package }

Ross and Smith Island Beach

2. Ross and Smith Island Beach

The unrivaled and paradoxical beauty of Ross and Smith Island, which is a natural sand bar that connects the two lonely islands, is another undamaged beach in Andaman … that loves beach lovers from all over the world. The Ross and Smith Island Beach is a few miles from the Diglipur Pier and you can enjoy boat trips on the crystal clear blue water with greenery. It is a haven for recreation and adventure activities like sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.

Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island

3. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island

One of the popular beaches in Andaman, Laxmanpur Beach, which is close to Bharatpur Beach … is the perfect vacation on your trip to Andaman, because you have enough time and space to be alone and even enjoy privacy During peak tourism season. The Laxmanpur Beach is relatively longer and wider than Bharatpur Beach, so ideal for a long and refreshing walk. [Click here for Andaman Tour Packages}

Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island

4. Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island

Another quiet and spectacular beach in Andaman, located in the west coast of Long Island, is well connected to regular ferries of Rangat, Central Andaman, Lalaji Bay Beach is a must-visit destination for the skinny dippers. From the Long Island pier you have to rent a dunghi or walk for over an hour through a mangrove creek to reach Lalaji Bay beach.

Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island

5. Guitar Island Beach

One of the least secluded beaches in Andaman, the Guitar Island Beach is a long, narrow and creamy beach accessible only to Long Island Pier by Dunghi. This beach is an ideal escape for couples looking for some privacy and looking for some impractical romantic ideals and attitudes.

Wandoor Beach, Port Blair

6. Wandoor Beach, Port Blair

Although it is one of Andaman’s popular beaches, Wandoor Beach is still famous for its scenic panorama that is ideal for swimming and coral monitors. Close to Wandoor Beach, you can snorkel and dive in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park which includes about 15 small nearby islands including Jolly Buoy, Boat, Alexandra, Red Skin and Tarmugli and explore the beautiful coral world. [Click here for Port Blair 3 Nights Package }

Aamkunj Beach, Rangat

7. Aamkunj Beach, Rangat

The Aamkunj beach in Rangat is one of the best eco-tourist destinations in India, managed by Rangat forest officials in Divisional Forest Officer. As one of the turtle beaches in Andaman, the Aamkunj beach attracts a large number of environmental lovers. Close to the beach is the Eco Park which offers a friendly environment and is equipped with eco huts, couches, loggers, loggings and logging chairs.

Karmatang Beach, Mayabunder

8. Karmatang Beach, Mayabunder

The wildlife will make this boring beach wild and conscious. Yes! There is not much to explore in Karmatang Beach, but if you travel to Andaman with a group of hippies then this beach should not be missed. Notwithstanding … the Karmatang beach, unlike other beaches in Andaman, is a beautiful and clean beach with lush coastal vegetation and various small huts. It is about a 30-minute drive from Mayabunder.

Merk Bay Beach, North Passage Island, Long Island

9. Merk Bay Beach, North Passage Island, Long Island

The narrow and long Brand Bay beach is a place where other popular beaches in Andaman. Access to the Merk Bay Bay beach is only possible by a dunghi from Long Island, the scaffold is so pleasant (during the river basin), as it is dangerous (during bad weather). The Merk Bay beach is located in the North Passage Island, one of the uninhabited islands in Andaman, close to Strait Island (home of the Great Andaman tribe, one of India’s native tribes), Guitar Island and Long Island. It is also an ideal beach for diving and snorkeling.

Butler Bay Beach, Hut Bay Island

10. Butler Bay Beach, Hut Bay Island

If you are one of the soul surfers then the Butler Bay beach in Little Andaman is a must visit for you; The beach is accessible from Hut Bay. It is a fairly exposed beach with soft brown sand and dense green surroundings and reef pause that has a fairly consistent surf. Further activities such as diving and snorkeling are also possible on Butler Bay Beach. It is a concave beach; Therefore one can see the whole beach from a certain point.

Pathi Level Beach, Diglipur

11. Pathi Level Beach, Diglipur

One of the vast white sandy beaches in Andaman and close to the Alfred Caves … the Pathi Level Beach is a must-place in Andaman for all travelers. It is an isolated beach, famous for its abundant and pristine natural beauty and is accessible via a Kishorinagar dunghi via Ram Nagar beach.

Casurina Beach, Diglipur

12. Casurina Beach, Diglipur

The Casurina Beach is another white white sandy beach in Diglipur and is a haven for adventurous freaks that climb the Saddle Peak, the highest point in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Lamiya Bay Beach, Diglipur

13. Lamiya Bay Beach, Diglipur

Unlike other beaches in Andaman, Lamiya Bay beach in Diglipur is not known for travelers and is layered with brown sand, rocks and dead corals. The surroundings of this beach build an intense moment of loneliness for travelers who pay their visit. Lamiya Bay Beach is accessible via the same road that goes to Kalipur Beach.

Raman Bageecha Beach, Rangat

14. Raman Bageecha Beach, Rangat

The Raman Bageecha beach jumps out of the dense forest making it an ideal beach to relax and enjoy the impressive ocean breeze and the obvious horizon. After a few minutes drive from Rangat Pier, the beach is accessible by foot.

Stewart Island Beach

15. Stewart Island Beach

Close to Mayabunder, Stewart Island Beach is another isolated beach in Andaman, in the middle of the uninhabited island. It is accessible from Mayabunder Pier and is recommended to start early in the morning and return for sunset.

Avis Island Beach, Mayabunder

16. Avis Island Beach, Mayabunder

It is a small and maroon beach located in the uninhabited Avis Island, famous for coconut plantation … about 30 minutes by Mayabunder Pier boat ride. The beach offers a peaceful atmosphere, and although it is not an ideal beach for swimming, it is still a good excursion.

Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island

17. Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island

It is another popular beach in Andaman that is known for viewing coral. Recreation travelers can rent a glass bottom boat for viewing coral and further adventure seekers can go for activities such as diving and snorkeling to explore the coral world in detail.  {Port Blair Havelock Neil Island Package }

Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island

18. Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Port Blair

One of the nearest beaches of Port Blair immersed in natural beauty is the beach of Corbyn’s Cove, the most visited beaches of Andaman. It is popular for various water sports and activities such as jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling and glass bottom cruises. The beach, full of dense palm trees, has a variety of restaurants and bars and there are several resorts … making it a hilly tourist hub in Andaman and Nicobar. Close to the beach is the famous Cellular Jail … one of the heritage attractions in Andaman which makes up the colonial era. On your visit to Corbyn’s Cove Beach … do not miss the colorful Snake Island nearby. {Click Port Blair Havelock Honeymoon Package  }

Limestone rock, Baratang Island

19. Limestone rock, Baratang Island

Can not be missed!!! A real feast for the traveler’s eyes … the natural limestone caves in Baratang Island are among the most important tourist attractions in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The route to these caves passes through the reserve reserves and a dense forest crossed by several creeks … making it an exciting route. If you’re lucky you can get a glimpse of a sunbathing crocodile with its open jaws.

 Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

20. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

The area comprises about 282 square kilometers and is dotted with 15 small islands. The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is home to some endangered marine species, including the sea turtles. Activities such as diving and snorkeling in the Jolly Buoy and Red Skin Islands, respectively, allow tourists to explore the beautiful and colorful aquatic world. Further … a quiet cruise on the glass bottom boats makes it an ideal way for children and the elderly to seek the beauty of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. Islands like Tarmugli, which is the largest island in the area; And Twins, a major breeding ground for turtles, are worth visiting on your trip to the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.

Mount Harriet National Park

21. Mount Harriet National Park

After the third highest point in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Mount Harriet … the Mount Harriet National Park is famous for its Andaman wild pigs, saltwater crocodiles, turtles, Tytler’s blade crawler and robber crayfish. The park covers an area of approximately 47 square kilometers, which is covered with a dense tropical moist mountain forest.

The Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve

22. The Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve

Access to this reserve requires a license from the government, as the island is home to native Nicobarese and Shompen people. Nevertheless … the reserve covers a large area of approximately 885 square kilometers, which offers many endemic animals, birds and plant species. Some of the most important sights in nature include the Nicobar scrubfowl, the Edible-nest Swiftlet the Nicobar Long-tailed Macaque, Saltwater Crocodile, Giant Leatherback Sea Turtle, Malaysian Box Turtle, Nicobar Tree Screw, Reticulated Python and the Giant Robber Crab. {Best of Andamans Tour }

Kaala Pathar Beach, Havelock Island

23. Kaala Pathar Beach, Havelock Island

Near tourists and tuned forests, Kaala Pathar Beach, such as Corbyn’s Cove Beach and Radhanagar Beach, is one of the best beaches in Andaman. The beach is relatively small, but the silver sand and the turquoise water make the place beautiful and idealistic for beach lovers.

Ray Hill, Mayabunder

24. Ray Hill, Mayabunder

It is one of the newly developed eco tourism destinations in Andaman, which houses eco guesthouses and one can enjoy various activities such as elephant safari, wilderness trail, rock climbing and fishing. The Ray Hill allows you to explore the forest in detail, revealing the beauty of nature and the wilderness at its best.

Austin Creek, Mayabunder

25. Austin Creek, Mayabunder

A cruise along the Austin Creek is a must for environmental lovers. The journey through the evergreen mangrove fringed creek … allows the traveler to get acquainted with the exotic flora and fauna surrounding which includes various types of birds and crocodiles.

Katchal Island, Nicobar

26. Katchal Island, Nicobar

Home to the Nicobari Tribes and Migrants Tamils … Katchal Island is a must-visit place on your tour to Andaman and Nicobar Islands if you are a fiery traveler who wants to experience the lifestyle of indigenous people. Visiting this island requires special government permission, but if you ever get a chance visit Katchal Island … the Katchal Island will not let you fall as it offers and striking scenery, unspoiled nature, sprawling wildlife and native lifestyle.

Cellular Prison, Port Blair

27. Cellular Prison, Port Blair

Built between 1896 and 1906 by the British, the Cellular Fail was used to ban political prisoners during the struggle for India’s independence. Today it is a national monument and is open to tourists. {Click here Port Blair Havelock Package }

Anthropological Museum, Port Blair

28. Anthropological Museum, Port Blair

If you would like to know about the history of the indigenous people of Andaman and Nicobar Islands … then a visit to the Anthropological Museum is a must. The site houses various artefacts, models and photographs that show all aspects of the stalemate in detail.

Samudrika Naval Marine Museum, Port Blair

29. Samudrika Naval Marine Museum, Port Blair

Managed by the Indian Navy … the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum offers you a complete knowledge of the history and geography of Andaman and Nicobar group islands, along with beautiful corals and fish.

Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple, Port Blair

30. Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple, Port Blair

The most famous temple in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple in Port Blair, represents the lost Dravidian architecture style and is one of the most important tourist attractions.

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