New Delhi: Andaman and Nicobar islands placed at the Bay of Bengal, is one of the most romantic places in the world which people often choose as their honeymoon destination. It consists of about 600 islands out of which only around 36 islands are inhabited and 9 islands in the Andaman Islands group is open for tourists.
The place is full of breathtaking beauties and there are a lot of fun activities that one must not miss whilst on these islands, like soaking the sun, getting a tan, dipping your feet in the turquoise water and making sand castles of the shimmery sand. This place is a paradise for beach lovers and will make you fall in love with it.
There are many interesting activities to experience here which include jet ski ride, snorkelling, parasailing, scuba diving etc. This island is home to splendid wildlife. You will witness native mammals such as Andaman shrew, Andaman rat, Jenkins's shrew, Banded pig etc. Also there are deer, elephants, Indian muntjac and sambar that are a visual treat.
This perfect getaway offers you many places to visit with spectacular scenery.
A heavenly island brimming with silky beaches and exuberant greenery, Havelock is named after a British general, Sir Henry Havelock, who served in India. Havelock administration promotes eco-tourism at a large scale. Large number of tourists throng here because of long stretches of different types of beaches which are declared the best beaches in the world.
Chidiya Tapu is the place where you will find unseen migratory birds and common native birds found in Andaman Islands. This spot is also known as bird island and is situated 25 kms from the capital Port Blair. The island is well known for its rich collection of birds, vibrant butterflies, white spotted deer and orchids.
Neill Island is a tranquil place with its own unique charm. This little island is located to the south of Andaman with long beaches and captivating greenery. The beautiful villages of this island will mesmerise you. The main bazaar is a popular gathering spot in the early evening.
Baratang island also known as Ranchiwalas Island, is a closely set archipelago in the Bay of Bengal, adjoining the Andaman Sea. Baratang contains the only known examples of mud volcanoes in India. One of the ancient tribes of Andaman, Jarawa Tribes, lives in this Island. Earlier, they did not let outside people to enter their community but presently, Baratang Island is a vibrant tourist destination.
There are a few places from the many beautiful destinations on the island, that will turn your dream vacation into a reality.