The emerald resembling beautiful archipelago – Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The flora and fauna abundant archipelago, Andaman and Nicobar Islands exist in the Bay of Bengal of India. The place is a perfect blend for introvert travelers and cherishing the experienceable attractions for adventure seekers also. However, all the islands are not open for tourists. Below are the places which satisfy the appetite of visitors, offering them the beautiful lap of mother nature.


Port Blair: Your first arrival will be at this small island, offering you all hotels to stay at and tourist houses. This can be called the capital island, because the capital city “Andamanese town” is situated here.


Ross Island: Situated at 2 km east from Port Blair, the Ross Island is the former capital until an earthquake hit the island in 1941. The headquarter was shifted to Port Blair after then. The area is controlled by Indian navy  now. The island offers snorkeling for our fun side at reasonable prices.


Havelock Island: The largest among all islands, this one situated 57 km away from Port Blair. It offers some of the best diving in South Asia. The place is so much deary to tourists that many of them decided to stay here only during their Andaman trip.


Neil Island: The island gets you through its mellow vibe and friendly unhurried environment. You will really enjoy a cycling ride here


The place offers a perfect picturesque life event vacation. Snorkeling and scuba diving are two best opportunities which are available here in South Asia.

Book Your flight and bus tickets from Also get your hotel rooms booked from the same spot. The website also offers all mobile recharge and DTH recharge facilities with uncommon offers and deals.


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Moritz says:

    Looks truly beautiful! That#s definitely a place I’d love to visit and review for my blog some time in the future! 🙂


    1. Sure.. thank you so much for appreciation 🙂

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      1. Moritz says:

        My pleasure 🙂


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