Andaman & Nicobar IslandsOct 5, 2019
The Andaman Nicobar islands, situated at the Bay of Bengal extends into 572 smaller island divisions. The most influencing view of this area could be the coral reefs and the blue waters. Other than this, the mangroves, white sand beaches and tropical forests are also a main attraction towards these islands.
Out of the 572 islands, 37 of them are inhabited. The two island groups Andaman and Nicobar are separated by 150 km wide Ten Degree Channel. The highest point or the Saddle Peak is 732 m which is located at the North Andaman Island. The only Volcano in India is situated at Barren island, of Andaman Nicobar. These islands have about 2200 varieties of plants and about 50 varieties of animals including the endemic, Andaman Boar.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands a charming land for the Travellers an year round destination for the tourists. A place for all…
For couples, for adventure sports, water adventures and peaceful and serene beaches for family
Its a wonderful place with lots of beaches, historical monuments and historical remains
The nature has very beautifully packed its resources to feast our eyes. The beautiful combination of white sands and blue water makes the beaches a heavenly place for the travellers
The lush greenery on the seashore decorated with trees refreshes you. The mesmerising beauty of sunrise and sunsets are the gift of twin sisters islands.
Asia’s No 1 Sea walking can be experienced in north bay beach.
Andaman beaches are blessed with lime stone caves, magnificent coral reefs, colourful school of fishes and other marine life forms
The breathtaking view of blue water embedded in white sands takes you to a different world itself.