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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman & Nicobar Lies in the Southeastern part of the Indian Ocean, Looks like a pearl necklace spread on the surface of blue-ocean. Andaman Nicobar is an archipelago of 572 islands; more than 500 of its islands are not inhabited. Popularly known for its white-sand beaches, turquoise water, exotic marine life, underwater adventure activities, and its natural coral designs attracts the attentions of tourist from all over the globe.

Distinctive features of the Andaman and Nicobar islands that make it stand out from other destinations.

It is the home to largest sea turtles in the world, the leatherback turtle, fishing is prohibited as an occupation in Andaman, so the turquoise water surrounding these islands has an abundance of dolphins, whales, dugongs, sea turtles, and other marine life. Largest living arthropod in the world, Birgus Latro or robber crab is also found here.

It is also a habitat of most rare and Paleolithic tribes one of those is sentinels’ living on North Sentinel Island. Sentinelese has no contact with the outside world and their life is still unexplored because they are dangerous and attacks on those who try to get close to them.

India’s only active volcano is here at Barren Island, and mud volcanoes are also found in Baratang Island.

And world most famous the “ Kaala Paani Jail” or cellular jail in Nicobar island an interesting place to visit here, was built by the British army to imprison the revolutionary of 1857 mutiny. Now it is a museum with stories and memories of freedom fighter of India.

Famous water sports and adventure activities like Sea Walk, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, sea scooter rides, water ski are fulfilling a tourist desire to play in the ocean.

It is a different world you must visit here once in your life.

Major Tourist Places

Havelock Island, Car Nicobar, Port Blair, Indira Point, Barren Island, Neill Island, and Cellular jail.