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Best Church to visit in Goa

    Goa is one among the largest tourist destinations in India. It's situated in the West India in the area known as the Konkan. Goa is famous for beautiful beaches, churches scrumptious food and Portuguese heritage and historical sites. Goa is home to many great churches which are famous for their architectural beauty and historical significance. Here is list of some best churches to visit in Goa.

Best Church to Visit in Goa:

                         1. Basilica of Bom Jesus:

Basilica of Bom Jesus, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Basilica of Bom Jesus
    Basilica of Bom Jesus, is one among the most important and major tourist destination in Goa and it's a landmark for Catholics around the world. The oldest church in Goa, Basilica of Bom Jesus is situated  at Bainguinim in Old Goa around 10 km far from Panjim. The body of St. Francis Xavier has preserved at the Bom Jesus Basilica in Goa. The Saint’s body was brought here in the year of 1622 and since then it has been kept in a glass tomb. Every 10 years, the body is allowed to be see by the visitors who visit this holy place. The Basilica also has a gallery of Modern Art. The Construction of the Basilica church  was started in 1594 and completed in May 1605. The church is named 'Bom Jesus' which means 'good Jesus' or 'infant Jesus'. The popular Basilica of Bom Jesus has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. The building is built in baroque style and is considered one among the best sample of baroque architecture in India. The Basilica of Bom Jesus is over 400 years old and is open to the public every day.                         

                         2. Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception:

Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, white church Best Places to Visit in Goa
Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
    Our Lady of Immaculate Conception is one among the most famous church in Goa and also one among the oldest chapels in Goa. This beautiful church stands tall in Panjim and close to the Mandovi Bridge. The church built in a Portuguese Baroque style, in the year 1541 and later larger building was constructed in 1619. The church played an important role in the daily life of the Old Portuguese sailors and has always been an important landmark in the history of Goa. There is a feast on December 8th every year, which is attended by many locals and tourists.

                         3. Se Cathedral:

Se Cathedral, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Se Cathedral
    Se Cathedral church is famous to be one among the largest churches in Asia. It's located in in front of the Basilica of Bom Jesus in Old Goa, and at a distance of 9 km away from Panaji Kadamba bus staind. The beautiful Se Cathedral is one of the best places to visit in Goa. Se Cathedral is a part of World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The Se Cathedral church is constructed in the Portuguese-Gothic style. The cathedral is also famous as the Sé Catedral. This cathedral church has been built as a tribute to Saint Catherine and is considered the seat of archdiocese in Goa. The magnificent white beauty of Se Cathedral in Goa is a temple dedicated to St. Catherine. The most attractions of the Cathedral are the 15 altars, that are devoted to Our Lady of Three Needs, Our Lady of Hope or Our Lady of Anguish. It took about 80 years to build the Cathedral. It had been build to commemorate the Portuguese victory over the Muslim rulers of the city. This cathedral has five bells, the most popular of which is the Golden Bell that is the largest in Goa and one among the largest in the continent.

                         4. Church of St. Cajetan:

Church of St. Cajetan, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Church of St. Cajetan
    Church of St. Cajetan is also known as Church of Divine Providence, located close to the Mandovi River. The Church of Saint Cajetan is the church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman built in the 1661. This building of Church of St. Cajetan has been brought under the World Heritage Site of UNESCO. One among the must visited places in Goa, the Church of St. Cajetan is admired for its wonderful and charming architecture. The breathtaking white structure has big dome and Latin inscriptions on its walls. The Church has been amazingly preserved and is still visited by many numbers by Catholic devotees and tourists also. It is a beautiful tourist destination in Goa and one of best places to visit in Goa.

                         5. Church of St Francis of Assisi:

Church of St Francis of Assisi, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Church of St Francis of Assisi
    The Church Of St. Francis Of Assisi located in Panjim. It is one of the oldest churches and famous landmarks in Goa. A highlight of this place, the statue of Mother Mary stands at the front of the church. The tower make an attractive backdrop to this statue. The church is bell is the second biggest bell within the world. This church has truly been beautifully preserved.
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Best Temples to visit in Goa

    Goa is one among the largest tourist destinations in India. It's situated in the West India in the area known as the Konkan. Goa is famous for beautiful beaches, churches, Temples, scrumptious food and Portuguese heritage and historical sites. Goa is home to many temples which attract many tourists to visit. Here is list of some best Temples to visit in Goa.

Best Temples to Visit in Goa:

                         1. Shri Mangeshi Temple:

Shri Mangeshi Temple, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Shri Mangeshi Temple
    Shri Mangeshi Temple one of the must-visit places in Goa, as it is a major pilgrimage site of Goa. It's located in North Goa, at a distance around 21 km away from Bus Stand of Panjim Kadamba & 37 km away from Vasco Da Gama Railway Station. Shri Mangeshi Temple is one of the largest, richest and most popular Hindu shrines in Goa. This beautiful Shri Mangeshi Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. It's architecture of belongs to the typical Goa Hindu temple style. It's very characteristic with its white towers, welcoming at the entrance even though it is small and elegent. In the temple Nandi Bull is considered to be the vahana of Shiva. Temple complex are is surrounded by the temple itself and few rooms for weddings and pilgrims function. Temple has a hug water tank, that is considered to be the oldest part of the temple. The ''Deepastambha'' is considered as the tallest and most imposing column in Goa. The tower has crowned with a small dome. The sanctum houses a Shiva Lingam. A golden altar, the Linga and an picture of Shiva make the main altar. It has shrines of Parvati and Ganesha. There are thousands of people attract in annual festival held in February.

                         2. Shri Shantadurga Temple:

Shri Shantadurga Temple, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Shri Shantadurga Temple
    Shri Shantadurga Temple is situated in North Goa, at a distance of 28 km from Panaji Kadamba bus stand. This temple is located at the foot of Kavalem village. Shri Shantadurga Temple is one of the largest and most frequented temples in Goa. This temple is devoted to Goddess of Peace Shantadurga. On a less formal note, the Shri Shantadurga Goddess is also called as Santeri. The temple was built around 1715 AD. The temple is a mixture of Indo-Portuguese architecture. The Nayanmanohar Deepsthamba is another major attraction in Temple, which is lighted in Festival times. The attractive Indo-Portuguese style of temple architecture and the majestic idol of the deity are a treat to the eyes and make it a popular tourist destination.

                         3. Shri Mahalaxmi Temple:

Shri Mahalaxmi Temple Goa, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Shri Mahalaxmi Temple Goa
    This temple is located in Bandora Village and lies at a distance of 4 kilometers from Ponda and 27 km from Panaji Kadamba bus stand. It's one among the most visited places in Goa and an important pilgrimage place for Hindus. This Temple is dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi. The feature of this temple is that the idol of goddess is depicted wearing a linga on her head. The Goddess Mahalaxmi was worshipped by the rulers of Shilahara and the Kadamba Kings. The temple was build in 1866 after the original temple was destroyed by the Portuguese. Today, it's an impressive example of Konkani temple architecture in Goa.
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Best Fort to visit in Goa

    Goa is one among the largest tourist destinations in India. It's situated in the West India in the area known as the Konkan. Goa is famous for beautiful beaches, churches Forts or historical sites, scrumptious food and Portuguese heritage. Goa is home to numerous fort which attract many tourists. Here is list of some best forts to visit in Goa.

Best Forts to Visit in Goa:                         

                         1. Aguada Fort:

Aguada Fort, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Aguada Fort
    Fort Aguada has been stands firmly on the beach in front of the Arabian Sea. Fort Aguada is an specimen of Portuguese architecture constructed in the 17th century. The magnificent Fort of Aguada was built to prevent ships from from entering the Mandovi River and Arabian Sea on top of a hill which protects old Goa from the attacks of Dutch and Marathas. It is at a distance of 15 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand & 4 km from Candolim. Today, it stands as famous Goa sightseeing places dividing the Sinquerium Beach and Candolim Beach Aguada Fort is one of the prime tourist places and one of the major heritage sites in Goa state. A central jail and a lighthouse built in the 19th century that are also situated close this fort. Fort Aguada is brags of the first ever lighthouse in the Asia. Here is a deep dry moat and a 13 meter high lighthouse, that was build in the year of 1864. The heart of the fort was protected by 200 cannons and a deep dry moat, that one still had to be crossed to get inside. The architecture gives a great insight into the construction techniques of the old Portuguese architects and has some enchanting views. The old fort offers a good view of the sea and the sunset is considered to be beautiful.

                         2. Chapora Fort:

Chapora Fort, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Chapora Fort
    The Chapora Fort is situated in North Goa, at a distance of 19 km from Panjim and close to Vagator beach. It is most famous fort in Goa and one of the top tourist places in Goa. This magnificent fort was built by the king Adil Shah of Bijapur, in the year of 1717. The fort gets its name from the Chapora River which flows from right alongside it. A attractive escape, it provides beautiful views of the sea and River of Chapora. Winds blowing from the sea create it a great place to take a sit and relax. You can also go for a walk from the fort to the sea if you are feeling energetic enough. From this fort, the Sunset is a beautiful experience. For those tourists who love Bollywood Hindi movies, then Chapora fort is a must see. The famous Bollywood hindi movie of “Dil Chahta Hai” was shot here. Today, the Chapora Fort is in ruins and even the heads of 2 tunnels can be view to help escape in case of emergency. The rest of the fort is surrounded by magnificent ramparts and scattered Muslim tombs. The fort offers a spectacular view of the Vagator beach and the Anjuna beach.

                         3. Reis Magos Fort:

Reis Magos Fort, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Reis Magos Fort
    Reis Magos Fort is located on the bank of the River Mandovi, in Panaji, North Goa, at a distance of 7 km from Kadamba bus stand. The fort is one of the best places & major heritage in Goa. The fort was constructed by Alfonso de Noronha, the Portuguese Viceroy in the year 1551 and was reconstructed in the year 1707. The fort was rebuilt in the year of 1707. In 1739, when the Portuguese were at war with the Marathas, the fort became a protective wall and served as an important site. The fort was later used as a jail and since 2012 it has been a monument of national and historic heritage. The Fort offers a beautiful view of the Mandovi River. The other features of the Reis Magos Fort include high sloping walls, passages, underground rooms, cylindrical towers over look the Mandovi River.

                         4. Terekhol Fort:

Terekhol Fort, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Terekhol Fort
    Terekhol Fort is located on the Terekhol River in North Goa. The fort located on a hill and offers a beautiful view of the river and the sea. The surrounding greenery enhances the beauty of this magnificent fort perched on the scenic hill on the Northern River. In its courtyard is the century-old church of Saint Anthony which makes it one of the best places to visit in Goa. It was constructed in the 17th century. This significant structure was once a important part of the maritime defence of the Portuguese colonists. It serves as an amazing Fort Tiracol heritage hotel, providing a rare holiday experience different from the cliched agenda of Goa tourists.

                         5. Cabo De Rama Fort:

Cabo De Rama Fort, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Cabo De Rama Fort
    The Cabo De Rama Fort is situated on the beautiful coastline of Goa overlooking the gorgeous Arabian Sea, in South Goa, at a distance of 60 km from Kadamba bus stand and 27 km from Margao Railway Station. This fort is also known for the name “Cape of Rama.” This fort is known for its historical as well as mythological significance. It's believed that Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Lord Lakshmana stayed within the fort during their 14 year of exile. This fort was reconstructed by the Portuguese in the year 1763 after they seized it from the Maratha King of Sonda. There's the church of Santo Antonio that is in excellent condition Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort and also it is still used by devotees. Cabo De Rama fort offers a fantastic view of the ocean from the western side.
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Best Beaches to visit in Goa

    Goa is one among the largest tourist destinations in India. It's situated in the West India in the area known as the Konkan. Goa is famous for beautiful beaches, churches scrumptious food and Portuguese heritage and historical sites. Goa is home to numerous beaches which attract millions of tourists. Here is list of some best beaches to visit in Goa.

Best Beaches to Visit in Goa:

                         1. Calangute Beach:

Calangute Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Calangute Beach
    Calangute Beach is the biggest Beach in North Goa and one among the best tourist destination to visit in Goa. It is situated 15km from Panjim and stretching from Candolim to Baga. Calangute Beach is a famous as "Queen of Beaches" in Goa. It's also one of the top beaches in Goa. Watching the sunset and sunrise on Calangute Beach is a enchanting experience. For the ideal tourist and holiday retreat, you can go to this beach with your friends or family and can enjoy the best things North Goa has to provide. It is witness of large number of tourist visit to Calangute beach in Goa. It is being one of the busiest and most commercial beaches of Goa, The beach is popular among tourists due the availability of restaurants, shacks, beer and seafood, clubs and shopping activities. The Calangute beach is also popular for its many water sport activities. You can take experience of Parasailing, banana ride, water surfing and jet-ski. It's also famous beach for living in Goa and it is well connected to other northern Beaches like Baga, Anjuna, Aguada, Candolim etc.

                         2. Baga Beach:

Baga Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Baga Beach
    Baga beach is one among most famous beach in North Goa. It's situated near to Calangute beach and 15 km away from Panjim. Baga beach is named after the Baga Bay, which merges into the Arabian Sea in the northern part of the coast. It's also referred as "The Hometown of Nightlife". In the Baga, the night life is more exciting than its days. Baga Beach has the some hot night clubs such as Britto's, Tito's and Mambos which are always full of dance lunatics. Being one among the most visited beaches in North Goa, Baga Beach is considered to be an extension of Calangute Beach as of these two shores are on the same strip. This beach is interesting from sunrise to sunset. As the sun goes down, party mode is continues on around this shore. A former hippie hidden, the clean golden brown sandy beach is also great for the long, relaxing walks. In the Baga Beach Market, shopping is an experience in itself. It's also popular for its designer stores and also its streets markets where you can shop until your feet hurt and your wallet rumbles! Mackie's Saturday Night Bazaar provides amazing shopping for the shopper. Baga beach is popular for many water sports activities such as banana riding, paragliding, paddle boarding, speed boats, surf boarding, and many more.

                          3. Anjuna Beach:

Anjuna Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Anjuna Beach
    Anjuna Beach in Goa is on among the most famous beaches in North Goa. It's situated at a distance of 20 km away from Panjim, Between Baga and Vagator Beaches. The white sands on the beach and the red laterite rocks of the beach create a unique arrangement of the Beach. It's one among the best beaches in Goa. Anjuna beach is a popular for its amazing natural beauty with coconut trees and white sand with soft power. It provide some of the stunning scenery and photographic view during sunrise and sunset. Also do not miss the principal attraction of the beach, the flea market. Every Wednesday attract a large number of tourists to crowd this place. Anjuna beach is on of the favourite hippie haunt that hosted the popular rave beach parties in the late 1950s until the mid 1960s. There are many activities available at the southern and northern end of Anjuna Beach. It's this variety of activities which creates Anjuna Beach has become one among the most famous beaches in Goa. However, beware of swimming here as the beach is mostly filled with rocky shores. While the southern part include of a rocky mountains, the northern tip includes water sports such as jumping, bungee, bumpy banana ride and many more. Anjuna beach in Goa is Goa’s local “multi-purpose recreation center”.

                         4. Dona Paula:

Dona Paula, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Dona Paula
    Dona Paula is located at a distance of 7 km away from Panaji and it's Goa's most everlasting monument. Dona Paula is popular tourist destination in Goa. The Dona Paula beach also offers a breathtaking view of the Mormugao port. It is called the beautiful getaway because of the statue of a man and woman sitting on the top of the rock. It is counted among the top Goa tourist destination, because Dona Paula Beach has a sad history which is associated with both love & suicide. If you want to get beautiful views of the Arabia Sea then you need to go the jetty which is right next to the beach. A large scene of the Hindi film Ek Duuje Ke Liye has been shoot here, which has made the place more popular. Also, an action sequence from Rohit Shetty's film name as Singham has been shot here. It's the meeting place of the River of Zuari and River of Mandovi and is adorned with palm trees breaking a silvery glow of sand on the beach.
                             

                         5. Palolem Beach:

Palolem Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Palolem Beach
    One among the best beaches in Goa, Palolem Beach is situated about 36 km away from Margoan Railway Station. This Beach is also popular as Paradise Beach. This is a important Goa tourist destination and provides amazing views. The white sand paradise at the southern end of Goa, Palolem Beach in Goa is on of the most magnificent beaches in Goa. The mile long beach offers you the opportunities to eat, relax and cool off in a beach shacks or spend some time in the water with your loved ones. Palolem is also perfect for young families because the atmosphere is comfortable, friendly and safe. This beach spread out between two magnificent peaks and the beach is lined with tall coconut ponds. Palolem is also a hot party destination. Silent sound parties are held every weekend at Neptune Point. It is the safest beach for swimming very low currents. Water sport in Paloem beach like Scuba diving, Canyoning, Kayaking and trekking tours. It's also a perfect place for a breathtaking sunrise or sunset.

                         6. Butterfly Beach:

Butterfly Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Butterfly Beach
    Butterfly Beach is situated at the Butterfly Island in South Goa. Located at the north of the Palolem beach, at a distance of 69 km away from Panaji & 36 km away from Margoan Railway Station. The sands here are completely white and the water translucent. Butterfly Beach is one among the most beautiful beaches among all the beaches in Goa. This beach is also popular as Honeymoon Beach and it is in the form of small cave surrounded by dense plant trees. Butterfly Beach is so named because the surrounding trees occasionally attract a wide variety of butterflies. It could also be because the beach itself is in the shape of a butterfly! This beach is surrounded by a plenty of rocks. The major attraction of the beach is its popular Dolphin Play and the breathtaking sunset. You can enjoy the thrilling ride by along the beach by paddle boat. The beautiful beach can be easily described as a piece of heaven on the earth. It's one among the most photogenic beach paradises in the world. If you want to reach the Butterfly beach then have to take a small boat ride from Paloim Beach.

                              7. Colva Beach:

Colva Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Colva Beach
    Colva Beach is located in South Goa, at a distance of 33 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand and 8 km from Margao Railway Station. The most visited beach of Goa, it is one of the prime Places to visit in Goa and among the best beaches in Goa. The beach has of about 25 km of finely powdered white sand and is lined with its shores by coconut trees which scattered from Bogmalo to the north to Cabo de Rama in the south along the coast of south Goa. It looks even more amazing with shacks, nightclubs and souvenir stalls. The beach surrounded area also suggests the luxurious lifestyle of the upper class who have prominent houses or villas which speck the village. Colva is one of the most popular beaches in South Goa, especially for shopping and nightlife. Water sports on Colva Beach mainly includes jet skiing and speed boat rides. This beach is considered to be the biggest and oldest beach amongst the beaches lying in the southern region of Goa and is considered to be one among the top beaches in Goa.

                         8. Arambol Beach/Harmal Beach:

Arambol Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Arambol Beach
    Arambol Beach is also called as Harmal beach and it is a pristine and secluded beach located in Northern Goa, at a distance of 34 km away from Panaji Kadamba Bus Stand. It's one among the most beautiful beach and most spectacular beach in Goa. Along with its bohemian atmosphere, Arambol is a tourist attraction in Goa for several of the long-term hippies & young backpackers. This Beach is a rocky sandy beach blessed with forest at one side and the sea at the another side. The relaxed atmosphere at the Arambol shores coupled with serenity and tranquillity attracts lot of holiday tourists from other shores of Goa. The rocky cliffs close the beaches are famous for paragliding and dolphin viewing boat tours are interesting activity on the beach.

                         9. Vagator Beach:

Vagator Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Vagator Beach
    Vagator Beach is located in North Goa, close to Chapora Fort, at a distance of about 20 km away from Panjim. It's characterised by a mixture of its soft white sands and majestic but beautiful rocky outcrops. Vagator Beach is a part of a 30 km long of beach coastline of the Arabian Sea off the west coast of Goa which starting from Fort Aguada and ending at Chapora Beach and Fort. It's covered with soft white sand, covered with coconut trees and large black rocks. The beautiful Vagator Beach is a favourite spot for a midnight party during the tourist season. Vagator beach is split into two main parts, that are namely as Little Vagator which is also famous as Ozran Beach and Big Vagator. Big Vagator Beach is safer to swim than Ozran Beach. The wide view of the sea from the Wagator cliffs is undoubtedly amazing. Vagator beach has a number of adventure activities such as speed boat & water scooters. There are plenty of restaurant and beach cafes which offer some tasty treats and drinks. There is local handicraft market for shopping.

                         10. Agonda Beach:

Agonda Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Agonda Beach
    Agonda Beach is around 40 km from Margaon, in South Goa. The beach is a delight for nature lovers due to its clear blue water and coconut trees. The beach is famous amongst honeymooners. It attracts the travellers with background of pristine landscape and the ancient forts. This is a separate part of the sand lined by the groove of the palm. It's a very quiet, peaceful, and beautiful beach with some tourists. Agonda is one among those beaches where you can go for a leisurely stroll along the beautiful beach. Not recommended for swimming due to the high risk factor associated with this beach. You can find lots of shops, beach shacks, cafes, restaurants and bars, yoga centers and massage parlors. But you'll still get less here “touristic experience”.

                         11. Coco Beach:

Coco Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Coco Beach
    At a distance of 10 from Panji, Coco Beach is one of the popular beaches in Goa. It is located on the Mandovi estuary lined. Framed beach with beautiful tall palm and coconut trees is offers an exciting suite for beach lovers. The beach is usually considered as an brief entrance between Candolim and Nerul. The beach comes of the mouth of Nerul River and is an ideal for boating, water sports activities and exploring dolphins. Boat trips on the Mondovi River also hosts another attraction for tourists that is looking the wild dolphins. These excursions extend up to the base of the Aguada fort and have a breathtaking view of the fort, Aguada prison and the lighthouse. Reis Magos Fort and Reis Magos Church are located near to the Coco Beach that forms add to the tourist attractions. Few restaurants in the close surroundings of the Coco Beach and there is a shopping bazar adjacent to the beach that sell cheaper local made items and garments.

                         12. Candolim Beach:

Candolim Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Candolim Beach
    Candolim beach is a famous beach in Northern Goa, located at a distance of about 12 km away from Panaji, Kadamba bus stand. This beach is very famous among the tourists due to the mounds of grass present on the beach. Calangute, Baga and Candolim beach are altogether the three most famous beaches in Northern Goa. Candolim Beach situated between the Baga-Calangute beach coastline and the Aguada Fort. It's a busy beach, in line with sundecks and umbrellas. This Beach is an another relatively busy soft sandy beach that can be narrow in some places due to the sun. The bulk ore carrier River Princess was grounded ended about 100 meters from the beach in the rainy season of 2001. Fort Aguada is that is situated on the another side of Calangute Beach, it is important attraction of this beach. You can also relax on the beach or take in the breathtaking views of the sunset and sunrise. Candolim Beach provides a variety of water sports activities. It has plenty of restaurant, or shops are available.

                         13. Ashwem Beach:

Ashwem Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Ashwem Beach
    Ashwem beach is in North Goa, located at a distance of 30 km away from Panjani, Kadamba bus stand. Unlike other beaches, Ashwem beach still retains the original beauty of Goa. Ashwem beach is one among the best beaches in Goa, with i'is a clean sandy beach. It is less crowded beach. Neatly punctuated by lines of palm and coconut trees, extensive the wide white sand perfectly defines the beach. The long sandy beaches of the Ashwem beach begin from the bank of the River of Chapora to the south stretching. This beach is safe for swimming and it's an ideal spot for whose people looking for privacy. The beach provides the perfect blend of scenic beauty and a fantastic place to stay, dine and party.

                         14. Cansaulim Beach:

Cansaulim Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Cansaulim Beach
    Cansaulim Beach is the second biggest coastline stretch within the India, it's located in Southern Goa at distance of 31 km away from Panaji, Kadamba Bus stand. It's popular beach in southern Goa. The quiet Cansaulim Beach is a charming little piece of golden sands and groves of palm. Along with nearby Arossim Beach, it serves as an extension of the largely Velsao beach stretch. This particular beach is famous for its white sands and various palm plant trees. The large expanses of white sands give the beach a secluded look. It's considered one among the best beaches in Goa for water sports. For the more relaxed tourists, the beach is an ideal for hiking around on the sand, sunbathing, having a picnic, and taking lone peaceful walking alone by the sea. This beach is lined with plenty of beach shacks with comfortable accommodation available.

                         15. Bambolim Beach:

Bambolim Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Bambolim Beach
    Bambolim Beach is a popular stretch for tourists located in North Goa, at a distance of 7 km from Panaji, Kaamba bus stand. It's popular as a virgin beach, untouched by commercialization and is never crowded. The beautiful beach is a good picnic place. It is very peaceful & calm beach. This Beach is a little, clean and massive undiscovered beach. It's situated in between the Medical College of Goa and the Goa University. Tourists can find this attraction very calm and serene, and the beautiful environment will calm the awkward nerves in no time. It's a sandy beach that is a favourite for beach sports such as Football, Frisbee and Volleyball etc. It is famous for Oyster shells. The Bambolim Beach has its beach shacks. The region around the beach has some resort and hotels offer amazing foods and the very location gives you the combination of beauty and delight.

                         16. Sinquerim Beach:

Sinquerim Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Sinquerim Beach
    Sinquerim beach is the most popular tourist beach in Goa. Located in South Goa, at a distance of around 16 km from Panaji. The list of best places to visit in Goa remain incomplete without Sinquerim Beach. Sinquerim Beach with stunning beaches and perfect views which anyone can fall in love with this place. It is considered as one of the best beaches for watersports. If you are travelling with your friends or families then must visit this beach for swimming and a few water activities. From world class clubs to historic castles and solitary sunsets, the beautiful beach will surely keep you refreshed.

                         17. Miramer Beach:

Miramer Beach, Best Places to Visit in Goa
Miramer Beach
    Miramar Beach is located at a distance of 1 km where the Mandovi River meets the blue water Arabian Sea. Miramar Beach is also called Porta de Gaspar Dias by the Portuguese. There is excellent view of Fort Aguada from the beach across the river. It is one of the cleanest beach of Goa. At the beach one can get pleasure with some activities like fishing, bird watching, shopping and strolling around. It is a golden beach framed with palm trees and the soft sands of the beach makes it the best site for evening walks. The beach is full with local restaurants and is lined with many souvenir shops. In addition, it promotes adventure activities and water sports.
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Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Best Places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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The Andaman and Nicobar Island's archipelago is houses to hundreds of beaches, each one among that is more beautiful than the others in its own special way. Havelock Island is one among the biggest and the most famous attraction of all Island of Andaman & Nicobar. Neil Island is also famous destination to visit. There are many destinations to visit in Andaman Nicobar Islands like Port Blair, Diglipur, Long Island, Cellular Jail, and Ross Island etc. Island is also offers myriad adventure sports opportunities like snorkeling to parasailing, scuba diving and kayaking etc.Here is list of best places to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands:

Best places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands:

                        1. Cellular Jail:

Cellular Jail, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Cellular Jail
The Cellular Jail is also famous as Kaala Paani, it's very famous among all the places to visit in Port Blair. Constructed by the Britishers during in between 1896 and 1906 the jail was used to exile political prisoners during the struggle for India’s Independence. The cellular jail was used to home plenty of notable freedom fighters like Batukeshwar Dutt, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and Yogendra Shukla. The jail complex, is now owned by the Govt. of India and it is a national monument and it's open for visitors. It's one among the most historically important monuments in the Andaman Islands. It is famous for its castle type architecture, original photo gallery, light & sound show and a museum which displaying aspects related to the former inmates of Cellular Jail. Each night, after sunset the light and sound show is displayed and is conducted in both Hindi and English.

                        2. Ross Island:

Ross Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Ross Island
Ross Island is one of the major parts of the history of Andaman’s, located 2 km east of Port Blair. It was the capital of the British. Its architecture and beauty had earned it the nickname of the East Paris. But all its splendor and tropical charm was shattered by the 1941 earthquake and the Japanese invasion. Ross Island is now named "Netaji Shubhashchandra Bose Island" after Captain Daniel Ross. This island is amazing, and houses of peacocks, birds, and deers. The diversity of plant species on this island is additionally great. The remains of the churches, the cellular jail, a bakery and many other buildings can also be discovered. Now, the Indian Navy manages the former British Administrative Headquarters and its numerous historic ruins.

                        3. Havelock Island:

Havelock Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Havelock Island
Havelock Island is one of the largest and famous islands on Andaman and Nicobar Islands located around 70 kms from Port Blair. A part of Ritchie’s Archipelago, It is one of the primary destinations of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Havelock Island is a scenic natural paradise with ancient white sand beaches, blue sea, rich coral reefs, serene atmosphere, lush green forests and thrilling water adventures activities. A lot of tourist locations, resorts, hotels, attractions and much more are creating the perfect background to Havelock Island to attract many tourists. The Island houses various beautiful beaches like Elephant Beach, Vijaynagar Beach, Radhanagar, and Kalapathar Beach. There are huge activities that one can do here such as Scooba diving, snorkeling, sea walk, boating, fishing, etc.

                        4. Radhanagar Beach:

Radhanagar Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Radhanagar Beach
Radhanagar Beach is one among the most famous beaches in the country and also named with the title of 'Asia's Best Beach' by the TIME magazine in 2004. Radhanagar beach is popular for the white sand, beautiful sunset and turquoise blue waters, it is is certainly one among the most famous selfie points in Havelock Island. This crescent shaped 2 kms long beach is famous for its soft silver sand with high carrying capacity and its infinite white seeds are scattered, creating it ideal for nature paradise for those who want few peace, photographers are eager for which accurate shot or honeymooners in Andaman searching for a private space. Radhanagar beach is especially known for couples. It is located near to Elephant beach, so for the joyride for the tourists, the mahouts will be seen pulling out their elephants.

                        5. Neil Island:

Neil Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Neil Island
Neil Island is popular for its coral reefs and white coastal. Neil Island is very famous for its unparalleled biodiversity and dense tropical forests and an unknown period of greenery. This is a great place here for snorkeling and discovery of the varied marine life. It is a little island which spread over an area of 13.7 Sq km. only, most of that is covered with forest. Because of its limited area, Neil Island are often covered with an easy walking. If you wish to induce aloof from busy and crowd of famous places in the Andaman’s, then this is the ideal weekend vacation.

                        6. Elephant Beach:

Elephant Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Elephant Beach
Elephant Beach is a one among the most famous beaches in Andaman and it attracts a plenty of tourists around the year. All the adventure seekers are in for a treat as this beach is known for water sports like snorkeling, swimming, banana boat rides, and speed boats and scuba diving. Elephant Beach is a perfect beach for snorkeling. It has a rich coral reef formation and beautiful underwater marine life, creating it one among the best beaches in the India. The beach is only accessible through a boat, due to the absence of a proper road locals usually trek through the forest to reach there.

                        7. North Bay Island:

North Bay Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
North Bay Island
Located near the Phoenix Jetty of Port Blair, North Bay Island is famous for the underwater corals. Out of the group of around 300 islands, North Bay Island in Andaman is most preferred by visitors for adventurous activities of water sports, captivating coral reefs and panoramic landscapes. In the North Bay Beach you can walk under the sea and it is the finest place for sea walking in Asia. Covered with ash coloured sand and tropical trees, make best places to unwind at. The Island is very popular for water sports like scuba diving, jet skiing and snorkeling or soaking up its charming beaches. The North Bay Beach is additionally considered that it's very safe for sea walking.

                        8. Diglipur:

Diglipur, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Diglipur
Diglipur is the biggest island in the northern tip of beautiful Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Diglipur is one among the favorite place of nature paradise, because it's houses highest mountain in Andaman, the popular turtle nesting place, a network of caves and crocodile sanctuaries. It's popular for its green landscapes and its exotic marine life that creates it a must visit place for nature paradise. The island is home to line of tropical forests, mangroves and beautiful beaches such as Kalipur Beach, Ramnagar Beach, Ross and Smith Islands, and Pathi Level Beach. Here is the River of Kalpon River, the only river to flowing from the Andaman.

                        9. Chidiya Tapu:

Chidiya Tapu, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Chidiya Tapu
Chidiya Tapu is situated at a distance of about 25 kms away from Port Blair. It's mainly famous for the bird island. It's famous for its specific range of birds and is a haven for bird see. Haven of about hundreds of species of birds such as drongos, scarlet minivet, hanging parrot, long-tailed and red-breasted parakeets, emerald pigeons, white-bellied sea eagles and grey fronted and lots of more. Chidiya Tapu is one among the best spot to watch the sunset in Port Blair. It's considered one among the best and enchanting sunset place within the Andaman. The island is additionally an alluring for water activities. It is famous for snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea walking, pearl hunting, and boating. 

                        10. Baratang Island:

Baratang Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Baratang Island
Baratang Island is also famous as Ranchiwalas Island. It's situated between Middle and South Andaman Islands. It's located at a distance of around 100 km away from Port Blair by road. This island is stretched more thatn an area of 240 square kms. It's houses to many geological and natural miracles which are fascinating in more ways than one. The island is popular for its mangroves creeks, stunning beaches, limestone caves and mud volcanoes. The limestone caves will be explored at Baratang with the Forest Department's permission of the  under proper local guidance. A haven for shutterbugs, Baratang Islands is one among the most scenic destination to visit in Andaman.

                        11. Jolly Buoy:

Jolly Buoy Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Jolly Buoy Island
Jolly Buoy Island is famous for its pristine waters, a amazing underwater view of coral and marine life. Jolly Buoy is also popular as ‘No Man’s Land’. It is a very little island lies under the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. It's situated at a distance of 30 km from the Wandoor Beach and can only be reached by boats from Wandoor. Being an unobstructed island and a no-plastic zone, the clean and clear water with white sand beaches create it one among the most preferred holidays place in the south. It's a perfect spot for sea bathing, snorkeling and basking on the sun kissed beach. This island provides stunning views to enjoy and relax.

                        12. Cinque Island:

Cinque Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Cinque Island
Cinque Island is one of the famous places to visit in Andaman. This island is divided into tow island that is South Cinque Island and North Cinque Island. It's situated at a distance of 26 km away from Port Blair. The Cinque Island is an separate island in the Andaman Archipelago. This popular underwater diving place is situated on the northern part of the famous Duncan Passage and within the center of Passage Islands and Rutland Island. The inhabited island is an amazing charm for all the visitors come here. The both islands are wonderfully divided by a sandbar and also a part of the Wandoor Marine National Park, also commonly known as the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. An enrich underwater life, it's a haven for the those who love snorkelling, scuba diving and fishing. The view of sunset attracts crowd of nature paradise to the Cinque Island.

                        13. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park:

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is located in Wandoor, at a distance of 30 km from Port Blair. The park is spread across an area of 280 sq km and made up of 15 islands with mangrove creeks, tropical rainforests and coral reefs with more than 50 different species. Few of the endangered fish species found here which one can see including Angelfish, Lion or Scorpion Fish, Giant Robber Crab, Butterfly fishes, Grouper Fish and Surgeon fishes. Most of the islands here are protected and hence could not be accessible. Tourists can indulge in snorkeling, glass bottom boat rides and scuba diving. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is home to a trunkful of destinations or islands in Andaman where you will experience unity for a some hours. 

                        14. Samudrika Marine Museum:

Samudrika Marine Museum, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Samudrika Marine Museum
Samudrika Marine Museum situated near the Andaman Teal House in Port Blair. Samudrika Marine Museum runs by the Indian Navy. This place was made to create awareness in the society about the marine life. Museum gives you a complete knowledge of the history and culture of Andaman and Nicobar islands along with beautiful corals and fishes. This museum is home to 350 varieties and species of marine life like rare fish, enamouring seashells, and diverse corals. The museum's another speciality is its built in aquarium which contains regional varieties of the marine plants and animals. The Museum has five galleries dotted with exhibits portraying history, geography, anthropology and marine life of the Island. There is also a tiny zoo beside the museum that shelters saltwater crocodiles. 

                        15. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex:

Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex
Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex is also famous as Andaman water sports Complex. It is situated close to the cellular jail in Port Blair. It's must visit place is full of fun, excitement and joy. Andaman water sports Complex gives you the opportunity to plunge into the very excitement and ride the waves of joy with its amazing water sports activities such as parasailing, Banana rides, rowboat paddling, jet skiing, sea walking, snorkelling, speed boat rides, scuba diving and many more. It offers to visitors a pleasant experience and unforgettable memories with its variety of aqua sports. Rajiv Gandhi Complex also has historic significance. It's a memorial spot to the Battle of Aberdeen, fought between the Andaman tribes and the British in 1859. Nearby is an artificial waterfall and a children's park which is a famous recreation area for children.

                        16. Corbyn’s Cove Beach:

Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Corbyn’s Cove Beach
Corbyn's Cove is a quiet and untidy soft sandy beach situated in Port Blair. It's the closest beach to Port Blair. This enchanting beach has Crystal clean water, endless coconut groves, white sand of pearl and clear blue skies that enhance its ancient beauty. It is most beautiful places in Andaman and ideal for honeymoon. Corbyn’s Cove Beach is a joy for photographers and nature lovers. Apart from being a natural treasure, the beach is famous for some adventure activities like scuba diving, surfing, boating, snorkeling, swimming and glass bottom cruises. You can easily relax under the coconut trees just by reading a book or stroll along the soft sandy beach. There are few shacks which sell local farals, coconut water, drinks etc. The beach situated close to Snake Island, a place which claims to have a trunkful of snakes.

                        17. Little Andaman:

Little Andaman, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Little Andaman
Little Andaman is one of the many island of Andaman & Nicobar archipelago that is located near Rutland island at the southern end of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The wonderful island is full with crystal blue waters, palm trees, sandy beaches, local alcohol, inexpensive food,, and neat accommodation and a plenty of surf. It's the fourth biggest island of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands archipelago. The major attractions to go to visit in Little Andaman are its two wonderful waterfalls which attract the tourists. It's also has to vast rain forest and rare species of sea turtle. Little Andaman has the most popular and beautiful beach is the Butler Bay Beach and it is perfect for sun basking, snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing.

                        18. Limestone Caves:

Limestone Caves, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Limestone Caves
Limestone Caves is located in Baratang Island is among the major tourist attraction in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Carved out of gigantic sedimentary rocks with countless numbers of glowing stalagmites and stalactites, which forms a beautiful natural marvel to witness in Andaman. Limestone Caves are beautiful but not to reach easy. Before reaching the limestone caves in the Andamans, one has to take a caravan from the Jarawa forest land to Baratang Island. This caves are dark and dull inside and and visitors should carry a light or torch to enter these openings. The boat ride to the caves is considered as a fun and enjoyable experience and memorable journey. As they assert ‘It’ isn't about the destination. It is about the journey’.

                        19. Bharatpur Beach:

Bharatpur Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Bharatpur Beach
Bharatpur Beach is also famously known as the Coral Kingdom of Andaman because of its incomparable coral reefs and numerous fish species. It's just one among the best beaches of Neil Island. Bharatpur Beach is a beautiful white sand beach, fringed with palm trees with sapphire crystal clean water. It's a must visit beach for all the beach lovers. This beach is also famous for water activities including swimming and coral watching. Tourists will rent a glass bottom boat ride to see the underwater coral. Bharatpur Beach is an amazing beach popular for water sports such as scuba diving and snorkelling. The shallow waters close to the beach is free of hard corals and large rocks, as well as it a great spot for swimming. Bharatpur beach is also very popular for its sunrise and sunset view.

                        20. Laxmanpur Beach:

Laxmanpur Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Laxmanpur Beach
Laxmanpur beach is situated at a distance of 2 km away from the Neil jetty, in Laxmanpur Village of Neil Island. It's a fantastic beach which is the most wonderful islands in Andaman. This beach is a perfect spot for snorkeling, sunbathing, swimming and evening walks. The beach has a wide stream of white shell sand with shallow water and gives a great snorkeling option. The abundance of corals and turf is a real example of the unimaginable prosperity of nature. This quiet beach provides stunning views of the sunset. Laxmanpur Beach 2 has a natural arch bridge or Howrah bridge. It's one among the most romantic destinations in Andaman for honeymooners. The beach is also gives few of adventure water activities like snorkeling & scuba diving. It's also a best place for fishing as the sea is houses many fishes.

                        21. Long Island:

Long Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Long Island
Long Island is little island situated just of southeast coast of Middle Andaman, it's spread over the area of 18 sq kms. It's famous for its beautiful and has been established as a modernized village with well maintained atmosphere. It's one among the most lowest and offbeat places to go to visit within the Andaman and Nicobar Island. Long Island has natural charm which includes unique beaches, interesting caves, lush greenery, mangroves and rice coral reefs. This island boasts of flawless and clean beaches with crystal clean blue waters. It has its own power-house, a well-equipped Boat Building Yard, bank and wireless facilities. Merk Bay and Lalaji Bay two ancient beaches which very popular as a famous picnic spots within this Island. It's also popular for sunset and the sunrise view places. Most of the island is roofed by forest of tropical. If you want to go trekking there are also tidal swamp forests and evergreen forests.

                        22. Mount Harriet National Park:

Mount Harriet National Park, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Mount Harriet National Park
Spread over an area of 11,520 acres of land, Mount Harriet National Park was established 1969. Mount Harriet National Park is located in the park is the third highest mountain peak in the Andaman. The national park is houses to many species of birds and animals. It's famous for its Andaman wild boar, turtles, saltwater crocodiles, robber crab and Tytler’s leaf warbler. Harriet National Park is undoubtedly the most beautiful place and also it has also very beautiful beaches. The Park is a gathering of several mountains adorned with wilderness and greenery and it offers an enviable view of the picturesque surrounding embellished. Andaman’s Mount Harriet and Madhuban beach offers a 16 km trekking trail for trek lovers and backpackers. This is a grand way where you can see the exotic flora and fauna of the country in spectacular views.

                        23. Vijaynagar Beach:

Vijaynagar Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Vijaynagar Beach
Vijay Nagar beach on Havelock Island is another quiet beach. Vijaynagar Beach is famous as the name Beach No.5 of the island. It's one among the most popular beaches in Havelock Island. Famous for its palm fringed shores, this is the best beaches to witness the amazing sunrises and sunsets views. Having the pristine water, glistening white sand, lush green coconut trees makes this beach perfect for shallow floating, sunbathing or simply relaxing and reading under the shade of the tree. The beach is a perfect location for honeymoon couples or families. The beach is also famous for water activities. You can indulge yourself in are beach hiking, swimming, snorkeling or fishing, bird watching and trekking. From this virgin beach you can also locate the view of the Bay of Bengal.

                        24. Kala Pathar Beach:

Kala Pathar Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Kala Pathar Beach
Kalapathar Beach is a beautiful beach located on the Havelock Island. It's one among the most popular beach in the Andaman. The beach got its name from the black rocks that come out of the white sands. The beach is little but the way to the beach is very good. The beach is beautiful by the charm white sand and the green waters. The entire beach is adorned with enrich greenery and it's surrounded by lush green dense forest on all side. The beach isn't recommended but one can sit on the beach and enjoy the crystal clean sea water scene. This beach provides amazing views of the sunset. The beach isn't so crowded but couple will enjoy a romantic walk on the shore or also family will spend a few time in peace.

                        25. Forest Museum:

Forest Museum, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Forest Museum
The beautiful blend of art and plant life, the Forest Museum is situated on the complex of Chatham Saw Mill, which is about 10 km away from central Port Blair. Museum runs by the forest department, it's one among the best places to to to visit in Andaman to gain insight into the tribal and cultural life of the state. This museum displays a large collection of wooden art, artifacts and carvings which have been made from satin wood, timber, padauk and oak. The museum is home to also variety of endemic and rare plant species are found within the islands. The museum is also home to a mini zoo and zoological park, housing several species of birds, animals and endangered trees, that creating it worth a visit for visitors. Visitors also purchase attractive and intricate wooden carvings from the Museum as souvenirs.

                        26. Barren Island:

Barren Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Barren Island
Barren Island is popular as the only active volcanic habitat in South Asia. The volcano erupted again in 2018 and is currently in active state. Barren Island is situated about 135 kms away from the Port Blair. About 1.8 million years old, Barren Island is located on the tectonic plates within the Andaman Sea and is houses the only active volcano in the Indian subcontinent. As its name implies, the island is barren and free of civilization or settlement. There are few trees on the island, with a small population of some birds, a small population of goats, bats (flying foxes), and some species of rats. An active volcano in the middle of the vast sea, Barren Island is a sight to behold and is one among the worth visiting places in the Andaman. With black sand and rocky terrains, the beaches close to the island gives water many thrills to the adventures.

                        27. Parrot Island:

Parrot Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Parrot Island
Parrot Island is also famous as Bird’s Paradise that is the music of nature which comes to life. The mesmerizing Parrot Island is the beautiful habitat for thousands of parrot. It's one among the most charming places in Andaman and Nicobar Island. Thousands of parrots fly on to the parrot island, take a tour on the beaches and live in thorny forests. Parrot Island is no less than a heaven on earth. It's one among the most beautiful places in Andaman to find its beauty, wildlife and culture. A sunset is a once-in-a-lifetime experience as flocks of birds gather in the sky on this island, a haven for bird waters and nature lovers. This island is considered to be the most charming island of Baratang region and is secluded and thus just enjoy your ride. Around the island, a boat ride offer a great view of the island.

                        28. Viper Island:

Viper Island, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Viper Island
Viper Island has got name after a ship that was met to a wreck at Andaman when the ship sank on its shore in 1789. The island got its name from the various vipers or snakes found within this area. This Island was utilized by the British to keep the freedom fighters in exile. Viper Island is houses one amont the several jails that lie throughout this whole area. You will still see the ruins of the jail that was inbuilt by the British in the year 1867. There are remains of jail found on the island and it's said that political prisoners were imprisoned here within the Indian war of independence. Spread across an area of 69 acres, this wonderful island is quiet place for visitors. The island is 23.6 kilometers away from Port Blair by ferry. Tourists will also enjoy the view of the cellular jail and its bastion from the boat. In addition to the historical stigma, Viper Island enjoys immense natural grandeur.

                        29. Sitapur Beach:

Sitapur Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Sitapur Beach
Sitapur Beach is also famous as the 'Sunrise Beach'. This beach gives enchanting views of sunrise early in the morning. Sitapur Beach is situated at the other end of the island, and at a distance of about 4.6 km away from the Jetty. This is an amazing stain of golden sand on Neil Island which is set against the backdrop of sapphire water. This quiet beach has two curved creeks and clean blue waters. The beach is lapped in the tropical trees and mountain rocks on the sides. Shaded by thick ponds on the beach, it's one among the best places to enjoy the untouched charm of the Andaman’s. This beach is always considered safe for swimming for tourists. There are also drinks and foods options on this beach.

                        30. Anthropological Museum:

Anthropological Museum, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Anthropological Museum
Location in the heart of Port Blair, the Anthropological Museum is another prestigious museum in Andaman. It is a great way of getting to know the history and culture of a place. The museum represent the local community tribes on the island, who live here. The museum is home to weapons, clothing, utensils and also other important historical artefacts which give an account for various tribes such as the Jarawas, Great Andamanese, Onges and Sentinelese. These tribes are considered as one among the oldest within the world. The Jarawa Chest Guard and shamanic sculptures are notable exhibits of this place. It's one among the well-maintained museum is worth visit places in Andaman & Nicobar, who wish to know history of local community tribes. The museum has several photographs of various tribes and tribals of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

                        31. Wandoor Beach:

Wandoor Beach, Best Places to visit in Andaman & Nicobar
Wandoor Beach
Wandoor beach is a part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National park. It is most popular and beautiful places in India. Wandoor Beach is famous for its ancient waters, quiet beauty and tranquil surroundings. It's also popular for its scenic panorama which is perfect for swimming and coral watching. Wandoor is a little village in the south Andamans with few beaches and accommodation options. The beach is popular for its corals and the glass boats which take tourist to Jolly Buoy and Red Skin Island. Blue water and immaculate white sand can also be experienced sitting on the beach. Also there are few little food stalls and some of new resorts in Wandoor. Spread over 15 km, the beach has biggest shore in Port Blair. In the wake of a severe tsunami in 2006, the beach is still littered with fallen tropical trees.
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