PLACES TO EXPLORE

Cellular Jail

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A symbol of undaunted spirit. A mute witness to the untold sufferings and the valiant defiance of the Indian freedom fighters. The Cellular jail in Port Blair represents an irony, where the price of the freedom of a nation is the captivity of a few warriors.

Joggers' Park

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Holidays ought not to be only about the famous landmarks that you ‘must see’, but also about the little places of rest and quiet. Joggers’ Park is a special recommendation by us.

Ross Island

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Once the seat of British power, Ross Island now boasts breath-taking ruins and an interesting journey to the past.  Named after the British marine surveyor Daniel Ross, Ross Island was the headquarters of the Indian Penal Settlement.

Chatham Saw Mill

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The Chatham Government Saw Mill, established in 1883 is Asia’s largest and oldest saw mill. It is situated on Chatham Islands and is connected to Port Blair by a 100 meter long bridge.

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Radhanagar Beach (Beach No 7)

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Radhanagar is without a doubt the most famous beach in the islands. Crowned as “Asia’s best beach” and “7th best beach in the world” by Time Magazine, this place sees a lot of tourists. It truly is an unforgettable curve of white sand with perfectly coloured blue waters, all lined by lush forests.

Barefoot - Bar & Brasserie

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Barefoot bar and brasserie, commonly known as B3 is the first eatery one will see when they arrive at the Havelock jetty.Eat a hearty meal or settle in for a fresh juice while enjoying a breezy afternoon, but do visit B3 for its unique ambience if nothing else.

Dive India

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A paradise for Dive lovers, Dive India started the business in 2004 at Beach No.5. This is the only dive shop which is operated completely by Divers. They offer beginners and professional courses from three SCUBA certifiers, PADI, SSI and NAUI.

Kalapathar Beach

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Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand with big black rocks beside the blue sea. It is situated on one corner of Havelock and is a continuation of beach No. 5. The beach can get a bit crowded in high season, but if you walk further to the south you’ll find yourself completely alone.

Natural Rock Formation

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Neil’s famous attraction is a natural bridge formation locally known as the Howrah Bridge. To see this natural “wonder” one has to visit the rocky beach No. 2 at low tide when it is possible to walk on its dead corals…

Sitapur Beach

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At the tip of the island about 5km from the market lies Sitapur beach
or beach No. 5. Also known as the ‘sunrise beach’ it is best situated to
enjoy the lovely sunrise early every morning.

Break Water Resort

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Break water is an eco friendly resort famous for its relaxed atmosphere. It is set in the middle of a palm tree garden and is just a short walk from beach No. 3.

Gyaan Garden

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On the way to Laxmanpur beach you will pass Gyaan Garden on the main road. At this unique place, you can enjoy Indian and seafood with a special touch of French cuisine.

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OUR RECOMMENDS

Sinclairs Bay View, Port Blair

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Sinclairs bayview is one of the resorts of the sinclairs group. This group has many properties around India, including Darjeeling, Ooty, Siliguri and Kalimpong.

Munjoh Ocean Resort, Havelock

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Popular with families and honeymooners, this is the best resort for those who want a relaxed and pampered vacation. This luxurious resort on Beach No. 5 is nestled between coconut and betel tree groves that surround a little fresh water pond.

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Emerald Gecko

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KNOW THE ISLANDS

11 unknown facts about the Andamans

Check out what no one ever told you about the Andaman Islands.

 

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ABOUT ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS

The history of Andaman is still a mystery to many. No one actually knows when and how the first inhabitants came to the island. The earliest archeological evidence yet documented goes back some 2,200 years. However, genetic and cultural studies suggest that the indigenous Andaman people may have been isolated from other populations since the middle Paleolithic (old stone age).

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Andaman, being an island, can be reached in only two ways – By air or by sea.
Flights are usually faster, more comfortable and therefore the more preferred option. Ships, though cheaper are general passenger ships. These offer no luxuries and take about 3-4 days to reach Port Blair.

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The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is one of the most popular beach tourist destinations for travellers. Being in the Bay of Bengal, the island experiences a tropical climate and heavy winds during monsoon. Winter, summer and monsoon are the main seasons here.

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TRIBALS & VISITNG THEM

It is safe to say that the original population of the Andaman and Nicobar islands consist of aboriginal indigenous people, i.e. tribal people. They have been dwelling in the forests and jungles of the islands for centuries, lead a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, and appear to have lived in substantial isolation for thousands of years. The so called “civilians” or city/town dwellers only came later, earliest a few hundred years ago.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

Do I need passport/permission/visa to go to get to Andaman?
How do I obtain a visa to Andaman?
Is is safe/secure to travel to Andamans?
Is there any nightlife in Andamans?

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