Monday, June 21, 2021

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Wandoor Beach

Wandoor Beach

Wandoor Beach:

    The part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National park, Wandoor Beach is most famous and beautiful places in India. Wandoor Beach is known for its pristine waters, scenic beauty and tranquil environment. It is also famous for its scenic panorama that is ideal for swimming and coral sighting. Wandoor is a small village in south Andamans with some beaches and accommodation options. The beach is famous for corals and the glass boats that take visitors to Jolly Buoy and Red Skin Island. One can also enjoy blue waters and spotless white sand by seating by beach. Also there are some small food stalls and couple of new resorts in Wandoor. Over 15 km stretched, the beach has largest shore in Port Blair. A drastic tsunami occurrence in 2006, the beach is still dotted with fallen tropical trees.
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Bharatpur Beach

Bharatpur Beach
Bharatpur Beach

Bharatpur Beach:

    Bharatpur Beach is also popularly known as the Coral Kingdom of Andaman due to its unparalleled coral reefs and a myriad of exquisite fish species. It is simply one of the best beaches on Neil Island. Bharatpur Beach is a gorgeous white sand beach, fringed with palm trees with turquoise crystal clear waters. It is a must-visit for all the beach lovers. The beach is popular for activities like coral watching and swimming. Travelers can hire a glass bottom boat ride for coral viewing under water. Bharatpur Beach is also a stunning shoreline famous for water sports like snorkelling and scuba diving. The shallow waters near the beach are free of large rocks and hard corals, also it a great place for swimming. Bharatpur beach is also quite famous for its view of sunrise and sunset.
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Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex
Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex:

    Also known as Andaman water sports Complex located near the cellular jail in Port Blair. It is must visit place is filled with fun, excitement and delight. Andaman water sports Complex offers you a chance to dive into extreme excitement and ride the waves of joy with its thrilling water sports activities like Banana rides, parasailing, jet skiing, rowboat paddling, speed boat rides, snorkelling, sea walking, scuba diving and more.  It provides an exhilarating experience and indelible memories to visitors with its assorted aqua sports. Rajiv Gandhi Complex holds historic prominence too. This is the memorial place of the Battle of Aberdeen was fought between the Andaman aborigines and the Britishers in 1859. There is an artificial waterfall and a children's park nearby which is a famous entertainment zone for the little ones.
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Parrot Island

Parrot Island
Parrot Island

Parrot Island:

    Parrot Island is also known as Bird’s Paradise is the music of nature that comes to life. The enchanting Parrot Island is the wonderful abode of thousands of parrot. It is one of the most beautiful places in Andaman and Nicobar. There are thousands of parrots fly to this island, take a swing over the beaches and stay in the mangrove forests. Parrot Island is nothing less than a paradise on earth. Parrot Island is one of the most charming places in Andaman to explore its beauty, culture, and wildlife. A haven for bird waters and nature lovers, sunset on this island with bird flocks coming together in the sky is a once in a lifetime experience. This island is considered as the most beautiful island of Baratang area and is uninhabited and thus only to be enjoyed from your ride. A boat ride around the island gives a great view of the island.
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Jolly Buoy Island

Jolly Buoy Island
Jolly Buoy Island

Jolly Buoy Island:

    Jolly Buoy Island is known for its clear waters, a breath taking underwater view of coral and marine life. Jolly Buoy is Also known as ‘No Man’s Land’, a very small island comes under the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Located at 30 km from the Wandoor Beach and can only be accessed via boats from Wandoor. Being an unpopulated island and a no-plastic zone, the clean and serene water with white sand beaches make it one of the most preferred vacation destinations in the south. It is an ideal place for snorkeling, sea bathing and basking on the sun kissed beach. The place offers amazing views to enjoy and be at ease.
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Baratang Island

Baratang Island
Baratang Island

Baratang Island:

    Baratang Island also known as Ranchiwalas Island is located between South and Middle Andaman Islands. It is situated about 100 kilometers away from Port Blair by road. This island is spread over an area of 240 square kilometers. It is home to several geological and natural wonders that are in more ways than one- fascinating. The island is well-known for its mangroves creeks, beautiful beaches, mud volcanoes and limestone caves. The limestone caves can be explored with the permission of the Forest Department at Baratang under proper local guidance. A haven for shutterbugs, Baratang Islands is one of the most panoramic places to visit in Andaman.
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Anthropological Museum

Anthropological Museum
Anthropological Museum

Anthropological Museum:

    Situated in the heart of Port Blair, Anthropological Museum is yet another iconic museum in Andaman. It is a great way of getting to know the history and culture of a place. The museum is a represent the local community tribes of the island, that have lived here. Museum is houses clothing, utensils, weapons, as well as other important historical artefacts that give an account of various tribes like the Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese, and Onges. These tribes are considered as one of the oldest in the world. Jarawa Chest Guard and shamanic sculptures are significant exhibits of this place. It is one of the well maintained museum is must visit places in Andaman & Nicobar, who want to know history of local community tribes. The museum also encloses many photographs of different tribes and aborigines of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
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Sitapur Beach

Sitapur Beach
Sitapur Beach

Sitapur Beach:

    Sitapur Beach is also known as the 'Sunrise Beach'. This beach offers mesmerizing sunrise views early in the morning. Sitapur Beach is located at the other end of the island, almost 4.6 KM away from the Jetty. It is a stunning stretch of golden sand on Neil Island that is set against the backdrop of turquoise water. This serene beach has two curved bays and clear blue waters. The beach is surrounded by tropical trees and hilly rocks on the sides. Shaded on the shore by thick palms, it is one of the best places to experience the untouched beauty of the Andaman’s. This beach is considered safe for swimming at all times. There are also options for drinks and foods on this beach.
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Viper Island

Viper Island
Viper Island

Viper Island:

    Viper Island has named after a vessel which was met with a wreck at Andaman, The vessel crashed on its shore in 1789. The island derived its name from the various vipers found in the region. Viper Island was used by the British to keep the freedom fighters in exile. Viper Island is home to one of the many jails which lie throughout this entire region. You can still see the remains of the jail which was built in 1867 by the British. There are ruins of prison found at the island and it is said that political prisoners were incarcerated here during India’s struggle for independence. Covering an area of 69 acres this beautiful island is serene destination for tourists, this island can be accessed by ferry boat from Port Blair at a distance of 23.6 kms. Tourists can also enjoy the view of the cellular jail and its tower from the boat. Apart from the historical taint, Viper Island is also blessed with immense natural grandeur.
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Radhanagar Beach

Radhanagar Beach
Radhanagar Beach

Radhanagar Beach:

    Radhanagar Beach is one of the most popular beaches in India and also awarded with the title of 'Asia's Best Beach' by the TIME magazine in 2004. Famed for the white sand, breathtaking sunset and turquoise blue waters, Radhanagar Beach is certainly one of the most popular selfie points in Havelock Island. This crescent shaped 2 kilometers long beach is known for its soft silver sand with high carrying capacity and its vast shores of endless white grains stretch, making it perfect for nature lovers wanting some peace, photographers longing for that perfect shot, or honeymooners in Andaman looking for a private spot. The beach is especially for couples. Radhanagar Beach is just adjacent to Elephant beach, so you may find mahouts taking out their elephants for a joyride to the tourists.
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