Scouring for Andaman tour packages? Make sure your itinerary touches upon more than just the obvious.
About 1370 kilometre east of mainland India, the archipelago that is Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal with Myanmar to the east and north, is an idyllic landscape of translucent waters, sun-dappled, white beaches, mangrove wilderness and coconut groves offering a cool shade to your hammock as it sways gently in the wind.
A part of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Andaman Islands are settled by Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Myanmarese and Nicobarese folk, though they are primarily home to the indigenous Jarawa and Sentinelese tribes. Of the 572 islands including the Myanmar-controlled Coco Islands in the north, only a few can be accessed by tourists, the remaining are out of bounds to protect the right to privacy of the Sentinelese who are to this day wary of contact with the outside world.
For its turquoise waters, sugary sands and sun-drenched beaches, Havelock is a magnet for ardent divers and leisure seekers. Port Blair’s perfect setting and history, home to the Cellular Jail outside of the very British Ross and Viper Islands, will be the perfect starting point for your sojourn into the Andaman Islands.
An Andaman tour is incomplete if it doesn’t include the below places.
Before you begin to shortlist the places to visit in Andaman, you need to thoroughly round up its capital city to get a sense of the land’s cultural heritage and its grim history.
Discover Port Blair’s wealth of museums, the Japanese bunkers from World War II, the highest peak on the island, its exotic marine life, a Marine Park, and water sports opportunities.Share this tour
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