Monday, 30 April 2018

Places To Visit In Andaman and Nicobar Islands - INKSHIFT

Places to Visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands - INKSHIFT

Feeling bored from studies, work or your daily life? Just give a break and visit India's one top most beautiful Island called Andaman and Nicobar Island. We visit lots of cities but the feeling of Island is something different from others. Trust me you will surely fall in love with these Island. Explore it today and write to us what you feel in these places that are listed below:

*Don't forget to take your camera because after ending your journey of Andaman Island; you will surely miss all the places and that will be a flashback in your mind.

1. Ross Island

Rose Island is a beautiful island located in Andaman, this island is set 3 km east from downtown Port Blair. popularly known as a tourist attraction, Ross island has thick forests. You can spend your first day trip in Andaman here, lots of luxury hotels and resorts that offer a comfortable stay at Andaman. Weather is cool throughout the year but the aptest time to visit the islands will be brought on October to April.

2. Chidiya Tapu

Chidiya Tapu is known as Chidiyatapu Biological Park, if you love birds then you will get many numbers of beautiful birds like parakeets, sea eagles, emerald doves, and various others.
Chidiya Tapu is a perfect place for bird watching and spending a few hours beyond the beauty of nature. The place is 25 km away from the main city of Port Blair and can be easily reached by road. The sunsets here are stunning and must not be missed. It is one of the most beautiful parks in Andaman Island.

3. Diglipur

Diglipur was known as the largest town of North Andaman Island, and a nature lover's favorite place to visit in Andaman. This Island city has the topmost tourist destinations of Andaman which will provide you with the best sightseeing places and accommodation. Some of the top places to visit in Diglipur are Diglipur Church, Pathi Level Beach, Limestone Caves, and Turtle Nesting point.

4. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is a national park of India, situated near Wandoor on the Andaman Island. It was established on 24th May 1983 for the protection of marine life including corals and nesting sea turtles. This park is the go-to place for Snorkelling, glass bottom boat rides, and scuba diving. Top area includes a vast stretch of enchanting marine waters, vegetated islands, mangroves, and sandy beaches. Rich marine life consists of a variety of coral reefs, colorful fishes, starfish, shells, turtles, salt-water crocodile and you can also see a variety of birds like White-Bellied Sea Eagle, Parakeets, Heron, Andaman Teal, Waders, Terns and Swifts. So it is one of the amazing and topmost destinations in Andaman.

5. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

The Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex gives you the best feelings in Port Blair, it offers you a Safe water sports activities such as Banana rides, parasailing, jet skiing, rowboat paddling, speed boat rides and lots more. The water lovers may also take a glass bottom boat ride in its shallow waters and to see colorful fishes and marine life. This is the place where you will get lots of enjoyment!

Price: The watersports activity price starts from INR 300 and reaches up to INR 5000

6. Go on a Museum Circuit

A museum tour is an awesome way of getting to know the history and culture of the place. So these are the museum that is listed below :

-Samudrika Marine Museum, Anthropological Museum, Kalapani MuseumScience Centre, Zsi Museum, Forest Museum

So listed the name and give a look at these Museums.

7. Havelock's Gem - Radhanagar Beach

Havelock Island is the beach that crowned as 'Asia's Best Beach' by Time magazine, however, it was famed for the white sand, breathtaking sunset and turquoise blue waters. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Andaman. You will love to visit again and again in this place and also you will love to take selfies.

So, these are the 7 amazing places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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