Promoting Andamans Beauty

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NEIL ISLAND

The vegetable bowl of Andamans.

This tiny island is located 36 km to the south of Andaman Islands.The widest part of the island is about 5 km in length.Unlike most of the islands in the Andaman group, Neil island has a flat terrain. The island is comparatively small with an area of 19 sq.km.

With unexplored coral reefs,brilliant bio-diversity,white sandy beaches,tropical forest and vegetation,it is one of the hot tourist spots in Andaman connected by speedboat from Port Blair daily.The sea encircling the island is also shallow and full of colourful coral formation.

With its very relaxed vibes and long deserted beaches, is a place to chill out after the bustle of city life.One can feel the serenity of village life here.

HAVELOCK

A picturesque island with sandy beaches and lush green forest

It is one the populated island in Andaman & Nicobar Islands.It is a natural paradise replete with white sand beaches,coral reefs with colourful array of aquatic life,palm trees and dense forest in the interiors.

Havelock is a longish piece of land (113 sq.km) lying on north-west to south-east in the group of islands collectively known as ‘Ritchie’s Archipelago’.

People mainly from Bengal have settled only on the northern one-third part of the island. Each village and the adjoining beach are referred to both by a number and name.The jetty is in the north at the village no.1 and is the conceptual centre of the island.

ROSS & SMITH ISLAND

Natures magical creation

This island is about 25 min. journey by speedboat from Diglipur in North Andaman Islands. These are commonly referred to as Twin Islands, actually a single island separated by a sandy stretch which makes it appear like two separate Islands.

Forest Department give permission at Aerial bay jetty in Diglipur to visit this Island. Smith Island, one of the twin island in Andaman is connected to Ross Island by an imposing sandbar.

A perfect location for Island camping and is a best suit to enjoy the village life in seclusion. The island is attracted due to its clean and unspoiled seashore and the marvelous sightseeing facilities.The lush green coconut palm grow on the sea shore adds the beauty of this Island. An ideal place to spend vacation away from hustle & bustle of city life.

There is a lagoon side and a sea side to the beach. If like the waves go to the other side or if you prefer calm water stay on the lagoon side.

BARATANG ISLAND

Adventure through the creeks

It lies in a creek between the two large islands of South Andaman and Middle Andaman, and forms a ‘bridge’ between the two. It is 100 km away from Port Blair by road.

It is geologically significant and boasts natural marvels – beaches, mangrove creeks, mud volcanoes and limestone caves. Baratang presents wonderful short trekking opportunities through the villages off the South Creek, taking detours into a number of limestone caves. The limestone caves and mud volcanoes bring many a visitor to Baratang.

ROSS ISLAND

The ruins of British era buildings

Ross Island was the Administrative Headquarters for the Andaman & Nicobar islands before an earthquake rocked it in 1941 in British era and stands right across Port Blair and standing as guard to its harbor.

It is about 2 km east of Port Blair and can be reached by small boats from aberdeen Jetty. There are the ruins of Church, swimming pool, bakery and Chief Commissioners residence and grand ballroom. All is set to relieve its glorious past through a captivating multimedia light & sound show.

Deer roam the islands, peering from behind the bushes, and sometimes even mustering up courage to eat biscuits out of your hand. It is one of the must see tourist spot for the visitors in Andaman.

NORTH BAY

The Coral Island

Island is surrounded by the pristine beauty of nature. The treasures of this coral island are unforgettable. A peek into this magic land leaves one in a daze for the rest of the day.

The sea has gifted this island with the entire splendor to attract any sea loving person. The Coral reefs are gorgeously decorated by nature to stun the visitor. The exquisite marine life and aquatic ecology offer some of the best snorkeling & Sea walking site for visitors.

JOLLYBUOY

Enchanting locales in Andamans

Jollybuoy is very famous for its underwater corals and pristine beach. Regarded as one of the beautiful & enchanting locales in Andamans.The place is one hour boat journey from Wandoor beach and is located in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.The park showcase the tropical natural wealth and marine life of the surrounding water.

It has an array of diverse corals and baffling marine life in emerald blue sea water. The Glass-bottom boats help to take a closer look at the coral colonies. It is an ideal place for snorkeling, sea-bathing and swimming.