Top 5 Attractions in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in 2020

1. Beaches in Andaman

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Andaman is also famous for several stunning beaches. Some of popular among them as explained below.

Corbyn's Cove is possibly one among the most charming sea shore and it is preferably right for sea dip and also the sun-basking. The Restaurants and resorts there will provide us perfect spot for relaxation and offers a spectacular view of the blue water front.

Radhanagar and Vijayanagar Sea shores located in Havelock is another beach that presents real experience to pure nature for all tourists who are natural buffs.

Karmatang Beach is another spot that a tourist should not miss. The turtle nesting ground in Karmatang beach managed by the tourism department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is further attraction.

These beaches are providing adventure tourism including trekking, SCUBA diving and Island camping with several water games.

2. Zoological Survey of India Museum Timings

Zoological Survey of India Museum is located near Andaman Teal House. This museum showcases more than a few varieties of sponges, different types of corals, butterflies, insects, centipedes and so on. The Museum is open to tourists in all working days. The Timings of entry are given below

Visiting Timings:

9.00 AM to 5.00 PM, Monday to Friday.

9.00 AM to 12.30 PM, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

3. Islands in Andaman and Nicobar

Andaman Islands are considered as the biggest island groups in India. Some of the popular islands in andaman and nicobar include Neil Island, Long Island, Rangat Islands, little Andaman Island and the twin islands, Ross and Smith.

Neil Island is located at about thirty six kilometers away from Port Blair, which is a charming island with abundant green forests and sandy seashores and gives us a perfect vacation place for environmental tourist buffs.

Long Island is located at about eighty two kilometers away from Port Blair gives us an outstanding sandy coast at Lalaji Bay beach, un harmed surroundings and green forests. The further attraction is that the sea in this region contains dolphin groups.

Rangat Islands in andaman and nicobar is the exact location who loves the virgin nature. A place called Mayabunder, located in the northern part of Middle Andaman, gives us compelling picturesque sight and dreamy beaches.

Ross and Smith, popularly called as the twin islands, are connected by a bewitching sand bar is a place that tourists should not miss. The Little Andaman Island is another attraction in Andaman, which is abode to a gorgeous beach at Butler Bay, a water fall and farm of oil palms.

4. Chidiya Tapu in Andaman Nicobar

Chidiya Tapu in Andaman Nicobar is located about twenty five kilometers away from the capital city Port Blair and is in the southern-most tip of South Andaman.The place is abode to abundant green mangroves and forests. The forest Guest House to be found on the top of a small hill that offers a magnificent sight of lonely islands flooded with corals and will also present a spectacular sunset. There is also a biological park for travelers.

5. Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Cellular Jail located in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is a 3 storied prison, which stands today as a silent reminder to the tortures made to our freedom fighters by brutal atrocities. The jail authorities imprisoned the freedom fighters in this jail. The original construction was consequently harmed and right now just three out of the seven prongs are undamaged. The jail has now become an icon of India’s freedom fight and yet a pilgrim hub for all nationalistic Indians. Today it is stated as a National memorial and dedicated to the nation. There is also a museum inside the jail for tourists where there showcased several old photo graphs and also art galleries.