The pride of the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar is home to 572 islands that boast of white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue water and lush green mangroves.
For adventure enthusiasts and sea lovers, the place offers a plethora of water sports and activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking and others.
The island also gives you a taste of rich Indian history taking you back to the pre-independence era and lets you experience the trials and travails of freedom fighters through a visit to the cellular jail. A visit to the archipelago is incomplete without seeing the stunning Havelock Islands. Nestled in awe-inspiring beauty, Havelock is home to over a 1000 variety of fish. Enjoy a day of majestic beauty at the Radha nagar Beach, known as the jewel in the crown of Havelock island and go scuba diving with expert instructors, the day after.
The capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Port Blair is just a two-hour flight away from mainland India. Andaman and Nicobar are a conglomeration of as many as 570 islands (only 36 of which are currently inhabited) and Port Blair is the entry point for visiting these islands. Port Blair is famous for the historic Cellular Jail, museums, ruined structures, monuments and other small islands (Viper, Ross, etc.) that used to be home to the British colonists. This region is a paradise for nature and adventure lovers with its crystal clear waters, sandy white beaches, limestone caves and mud volcanoes. It is popularly called the ‘ Veritable Garden of Eden’ because of its natural beauty that’ s still nearly unexplored. It is also referred to as ‘ Mini India’ as it houses people from all religions, backgrounds and communities. Places to visit on this island also include the Chatham Saw Mill, Gandhi Park, Carbyns Cove Beach, Water Sports Complex, Forest Museum, Mini Zoo, etc. There are a variety of water activities and sports like scuba diving, fishing, boating and more. Known for its tranquillity, Port Blair is definitely one of the most beautiful and exotic places among all these islands.