If you think that the white sandy beaches kiss the crystalline cyanine water in the Emerald islands, then please forgive me!!! You have no choice but the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. These islands can even turn your sluggish mood into an adventurous mood because they are an array of pelagic activities for you. And then in the pagan emerald world you are out… And when you enter the battle history of this ill-reputed ‘cellular jail,’ now a World Heritage site and a commemoration of the prisoners (freedom-fighters) of the Indian Independence Movement, your Jove-dove-judo person will seethe a treasure trove perk.
There is no halo of vehement apostasy in the indigenous cultural life of the original population. Some tribals have been extinct due to unauthorized deforestation, and few, the Jawara and the Sentinelese have spawned to survive against the outside world by being knockdown-dragout in the modern Indian society. The Indians and immigrants of Myanmar and Sri Lanka are the other people living in pagan harmony. In these mystic islands, a treasure chest is waiting for you.
Amidst the sylvatic atmosphere, the dolphin and the varieties of turtles such as the Green Sea Turtle, The Hawksbill Turtle, The Leather Back Turtle and the Olive Ridley Turtle are again rejuvenated by the winding imaginary and trail to the salmons of coral reefs. If you are sposh-gosh, then jellyfish and poisonous marine bugs like Laticauda Colubrine and Sea Krait will entertain you soon. The “Reel Life” of Andaman is these reptiles.
1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island
Radhanagar Beach is a must-visit beach in Andaman tour packages, located on the Western coast of Havelock Island, and was later named as “Asia’s Best Beach” by the Magazine TIME in 2004. Far from the sparkling white, silky sand glazing beneath the blue, turquoise waters, its clean and composed atmosphere is a perfect beach scenery for those long walks, and the ideal sunset over the horizons. The Radhanagar Beach is also famous for hot snorkeling and scuba diving which allows adventurers to explore the colorful world of the sea.
2. Ross and Smith Island Beach
Andaman’s unique and paradisiacal beach of Ross and Smith Island is another untouched beach… rolling beach lovers from all over the world. This natural sandbar connects the two lonely islands. A few miles from the Diglipur Jetty on Ross and Smith Island, you can enjoy boating on the clear, green, blue water. It’s a haven for sleeping, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and other activities.
3. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island
The Laxmanpur beach close to the beach of Bharatpur … are one of the most popular beaches in Andaman, since you have plenty of time and space to be on your own, even during the peak tourist period. It’s an ideal place for a trip to Andaman. The beach in Laxmanpur is longer and wider than the beach in Bharatpur, which make it ideal for a long walk.
4. Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island
The beach Lalaji Bay Beach is another peaceful and spectacular beach of Andaman, situated in the west coast of the Long Island area and well served on regular ferry services from Rangat, Middle Andaman. The beach of Lalaji Bay must be hired from Long Island jetty for over an hour by a mangrove creek.
5. Guitar Island Beach
A long, narrow and creame beach that can only be accessed via dunghi from Long Island Jetty is one of the least-traveled beaches in Andaman. This beach is the ideal escape for couples who want privacy and are trying to develop romantic ideals and attitudes that are impractical.
6. Wandoor Beach, Port Blair
While it’s one of Andaman’s favorite beaches… The beach of Wandoor is still famous for its picturesque view, ideal for swimming and coral sights. In the vicinity of Wandoor Beach, there are about 15 small islands covered, including Jolly Buoy, Boat, Alexandra, Rede Skin or Tarmugli, where you can go to snorkel or dive in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.
7. Amkunj Beach, Rangat
Rangat Beach Amkunj is one of India’s best ecotourist destinations under the guidance of DFO forest officials at Rangat (Divisional Forest Officer). One of Andaman’s nestling turtle beaches, Amkunj beach draws a great variety of enthusiasts from the environment. Close to the beach is the Eco Park, with its eco-huts, trunk benches, log sofas, log teapoys and log stools. The park is a friendly environment.