If you imagine white sand beaches kissing the clear blue waters of the Emerald Islands, please forgive me! You have no choice but the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. These islands can even turn your uncomfortable mood into an adventurous mood because they provide you with various ocean-going activities.
So, in the pagan world of emeralds, you are out… When you enter the intense history of the supposed cell that is now a World Heritage Site and the Monument of Independence Movement Prisoners (Freedom Fighters) from India, your young pigeon judo will find Advantageous treasure.
Aboriginal people do not have a strong apostasy aura in their aboriginal cultural life. Due to uneven deforestation, some tribes have disappeared from their homes, and only a few other tribes, Jawarans and Sentinals, have been overthrown and drawn into the wild to survive outside the world. Indians and immigrants from Burma and Sri Lanka are other pagans who live in harmony. On these mysterious islands, a treasure chest is waiting for you.
In the jungle environment, dolphins and various turtles, such as green turtles, hawksbill turtles, leatherback turtles, and olive turtles, are rejuvenated from the gray images and paths leading to small coral reefs. And join the colorful world of spray tones. If you are in the natural environment of sposhgosh, the poisonous puffer fish and marine snacks such as Laticauda colubrine and Sea Krait will meet you soon. Andaman’s “real life” is these reptiles.
1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island
Radhanagar is a performance beach in Andaman, one of the must-see beaches on the west coast of Havelock Island. In 2004, it was named “Asia’s Best Beach” by Time Magazine. The pure and tranquil environment away from travel bumpers is ideal for long walks in the ideal sunset, the sunset covers the horizon, and the silky white sandy beach shines under the blue water. Radhanagar Beach is also famous for hosting activities such as snorkeling and diving, allowing adventurers to explore the colorful marine world.
2. Ross and Smith Island Beach
Another rugged beach in Andaman … Beach lovers from around the world … Rose and Smith’s incomparable paradise is the natural sandbar connecting the two isolated islands. Just a few miles by sea from Diglipur Pier, Ross and Smith Island Beach, you can take a boat trip through the crystal clear turquoise waters. It is a paradise for entertaining, sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and diving.
3. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island
One of Andaman’s favorite beaches is Laxmanpur Beach, which is close to Bharatpur Beach. Even in the peak season, you will have plenty of time and space to enjoy privacy during your trip to Andaman. Laksmanpur Beach is longer and wider than Bharatpur Beach, which is ideal for long walks.
4. La Laghi Bay Beach, Long Island
La Laghi Beach La Laghi Bay is another quiet and spectacular beach in the andaman tour packages group. It is located on the west coast of Long Island and is connected to the ferry route of Central Andaman Rangat (Rangat). From Long Island Pier to La Laji Bay Beach, you must rent a bento or walk through the Mangrove River for more than an hour.
5. Guitar Island Beach
The long milky white beach of Guitar Island can only be reached from Long Island Pier via Dunghi. It is one of the most inaccessible beaches on Andaman Island. This beach provides an excellent haven for couples seeking privacy and trying to establish unrealistic romantic ideals and attitudes.
6. Wandoor Beach, Port Blair
Although it is one of the most popular beaches in Andaman … Wandoor Beach is still famous for its panoramic views and is ideal for swimming and sightseeing. Near Beach Wandoour … There are about 15 small islands nearby including Jolly Buoy, Boat, Alexandra, Red Skin and Tarmugli.You can snorkel and dive in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park and explore the wonderful world of corals.
7. Amkunj Beach, Rangat Amkunj Beach in Ranger
is one of the best eco-tourism destinations in India and is managed by Rangat Forest Officials under the guidance of DFO (Department Forest Officials). As one of the beaches where Andaman sea turtles nest, Amkunj Beach attracts many environmental friends. Close to the beach is the ecological park, which provides a friendly environment with ecological cabins, trunk benches, log cabinets and log cabinets.