Thursday, April 30, 2020


If you dream of watching the sunny skies and golden beaches then pack your bags and head to Andaman and Nicobar islands! Owing to the ever-welcoming weather and the serene shorelines there’s a wide array of fun and outdoorsy things to do in Andaman. Not to mention about the sea food and the islands which you can get to see I here, the place is perfect for vacation and trips with your family and friends. These places will greet you with charming experiences on your Andaman holiday Cellular Jail National Memorial, I know, this may sound a bit dark and depressing but you wouldn’t regret one moment of your time spent here.
The dreadful word which we have been hearing since our childhood” kaala pani” is only here. Even though several parts of it have been destroyed by the Japanese during the World War II, it still stands tall reminding us of our brave and gallant forefathers. Radhanagar beach is one of the best beaches in the place and is also listed as the Asia’s best beaches, which is a must visit for one and all before you turn 30, the beach is full of blue clear water and also you can jump into the water to experience the fresh sea. And also with that you will end up clicking thousands of pictures as the place is full of beauty and is just picture perfect.
 Ross and Smith Beach, Andaman
Havelock island is one of the places in Andaman which is famous spot for scuba diving and offers a variety of un activities which you can do underwater. The place is just so perfect. The Barefoot Scuba Resort is where you’d want to go if you’re a scuba enthusiast. This is surely one of the best places to visit in Andaman and a must include in your list! Museum circuit is one of the best places to visit here if you want to know about the culture and the things about the past of the island and also with that it will offer with so many other information which you must want to know about.
 Laxmanpur Beach Neil Island
Take a tour down the Anthropological Museum giving insights into the lives of the indigenous tribes of the place and the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum in Port Blair that offers glimpse into the biodiversity of the marine life. Neil Island, A thrilling holiday experience awaits you in the majestic bay of this island with several fishing boats lined up. A perfect stop for snorkeling and exploring the diverse marine life here, this place is filled with surprises! If it’s some scuba time you crave, then this is surely the kind of destination you’ve been looking for in Andaman.