Andaman Islands which was known to the British as Kalapani. Blue water all around. The land has risen in the middle of it. There are green hilly forests and silver sand dunes. At present, it is quite acceptable to tourists as a blue water island.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands consist of 572 islands along the Bay of Bengal from north to south. Andaman Islands consisting of some northern islands with Port Blair as its capital and Nicobar with some southern islands with Car Nicobar as its capital. There are government restrictions on ordinary tourists traveling to Nicobar. So Nicobar stopped traveling. The only international airport in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Bir Savarkar Airport in Port Blair, small but tidy.
A herd of deer can be seen somewhere in the secluded islands in the shade of a coconut tree. If you raise your hand, you will see various colored corals and colorful fish in the sea water. There are water sports facilities at sea for recreation.
The only living volcano in India, the Baren Island, can be seen in the Andamans as well as a trip by sea. The island, inhabited by primitive tribes, has a cellular prison and Viper Island, reminiscent of the independence movement. This Viper Island has a 14-story lighthouse. You can climb 145 stairs to the top of the lighthouse and enjoy the beautiful view of nature. You can also visit Port Blair, the capital city of the archipelago. This beautiful and tidy city is built around the sea and mountains. You can visit Havelock, Ross Island, Little Andaman and Blue Island.
Ross Island, Andaman Islands
Where ideas about the luxurious lifestyle of British officers and their families involved in the management of cellular prisons are found. Ross is a small island that can be reached in just 10 minutes by motor boat. The island was then known as the Paris of the East for its natural beauty and improved lifestyle, which can still be seen in the visible swimming pool, water treatment plant, diesel generator, printing press, gallery, church, bakery, open stage and club.
Havelock Island, Andaman Islands
It is the largest island in the Andaman Islands. The island is named after British General Sir Henry Havelock.
The most popular beach on Havelock-Island is Radhanagar Beach 6 According to Time magazine in 2004, this beach was the ‘best beach in Asia’ On the crescent-shaped beach, the white silver shelf glows in the sun. The dense coconut forest on the shore has gone down into the distant sea quite a bit. Apart from Radhanagar, the other three popular beaches are Kalapathar Beach, Vijayanagar Beach and Elephant Beach. There are big black stones in the sea on Kalapathar beach.
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You can go from Kalapathar Beach to Elephant Beach. If you want to trek Elephant Beach, you must enter the trekking point by 1 pm.
How to go
Three ships a day depart from the Phoenix-Bay jetty in Port Blair for Havelock. It takes 8.00 in the morning, 11.00 (via blue), 2.00 in the afternoon, three hours to leave the ship. The fast-moving luxury MV Macruz is leaving at 7.45 am.
Blue Island, Andaman Islands
At the end of the Havelock trip, the ship is a blue island, but this time the journey is 45 minutes. The island is famous for its living coral. The population of this small island is very small. Lots of white corals scattered on the beach here. Oysters of various colors scattered, small shells. However, it is forbidden to collect all this. Living corals and fish hiding in clear water in just 2 hours glass bottom boat are memories that will be remembered for a lifetime. There is a coral bridge on this island.
The ship leaves Havelock at 3.00 pm and arrives directly at Nile at 4.30 pm. The distance is only 15 km. Rent cabin 60 rupees, bank 50 rupees, deck 35 rupees. The return flight from Nile to Port Blair is at 4:30 p.m.
Long Island, Andaman Islands
If you want to see dolphins, you can go to Long Island. Long Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations, with dolphin maintenance and sandy beaches.
North Bay Island
There are various water sports including scuba diving.
Incomparably beautiful island crushed. You can go here in both winter and summer seasons. Will fascinate you all the time. Marine fish and coral reefs are also great for swimming and swimming. There is a celebration of different plants and different species of animals. Here you will see clear water like glass water.
The distance from Port Blair to Little Andaman’s Hat Bay is 101 km. The high speed ship takes 5-6 hours. Ordinary tourists visit Little Andaman very rarely, so getting to the hotel will not be a problem.
Advance ticket is required for the ship. Scooters, bikes, bicycles are available for rent in Little Andaman.
The Little Andaman-bound ship will depart from Phoenix Bay Jetty. The ship leaves at 8 in the morning and arrives at 12 in the afternoon. The same ship leaves Hat Bay at 1 in the afternoon and returns to Port Blair at 7 in the evening.
Elephant Beach in Andaman
There was once no elephant in the Andamans. A pair of male and female elephants were brought from Shonpur in Bihar and kept here. That is why the island is called Elephanta. You can also go by trekking 1-2 km in the forest. In a small area surrounded by blue water, fragments of broken trees continue to carry the history of the devastation of the tsunami.
Permission to enter the Andamans
All foreigners need special permission to enter the Andamans. Which is available to fill out forms at specific counters in a very short time. Because the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most restricted areas in India.
You can take this permission at Andaman Airport or Sea-Port. You can take this permission even if you do not come by air or boat.
Appropriate time to travel
The ideal time to visit the Andaman Islands is from November to March.
Where to stay
There are plenty of modern hotels, guest houses and cottages to stay in, as well as budget hotels. But the problem is that many budget hotels do not want to keep foreigners. Hotels are available on a much lower budget.
Sea sickness medications such as vomiting medications must be taken with other medications.
Always carry an identity card or passport.
You can take a picture of the special permit and take it to your mobile.
Arrange ferry tickets in advance to tour the islands.
Ships depend on the weather, without boats. Ships / boats can be canceled at any time without prior notice if the weather is bad. The people in the agency are the ones to rely on for ship tickets. It takes an identity card to get on a ship. You must eat the king size coconut there.
Apart from Port Blair, there are Havelock and Blue ATMs.
Havelock, blue bikes, scooters match the rent. The daily rent without oil is 500 rupees. There are also bicycles.
Buy Andaman souvenirs and keep them with the bill.
Do not bring anything natural. Checking at the airport.
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