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Top Things to do in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

he sky-blue sea water of Andaman invites you to appreciate the beach to your hearts' content. Trekking through the evergreen forest is not less adventurous.

by rakeshchaudry

The name Andaman & Nicobar itself plenishes one’s mind with thrill & adventure. You can relish many cherished fantasies in this paradise of the earth. Scuba diving, swimming with kaleidoscopic fishes, scanning limestone caves, kayaking through mangroves, and underwater sea walking are there to quench your thirst for adventure.


Explore the Sea Life with Scuba Diving

                You can not avoid scuba diving unless you are void of all earthly senses. Crystal clear water & beautiful coral reefs make your diving experience mesmerising. Dive deep to explore marine life. Professional guidance would make sure that you get the most beautiful spots in the sea. 


Enjoy Walking Underwater

            You should get the test of sea walking 25 feet under sea level and view the spectacular coral reefs of Andaman because sea walking is one of the most adventurous things to do in Andaman. What can be more exciting than discovering the hidden sea world?


Glass Bottom Boat riding

                  Behold the magnificence of the submerged realm lying beneath the Andaman sea without exiting your comfort zone. Ride on a glass bottom boat takes you to a new world. Observing colourful fish, coral reef, and underwater vegetation would be mind-blowing. Discovering yourself surrounded by dolphins doubles your excitement. 


Swim with the Colourful Fish while Snorkelling

                 Snorkelling is another favourite sport for adventure-crazy tourists. Snorkelling gives you an opportunity to explore the sea and live differently. Snorkelling with a variety of colourful fish may prove to be the happiest moment of your life. 


 Limestone Caves of Baratang Island

                   If you wish to have a thrilling experience of discovering mysterious caves then this place is a must to be included in your wish list. These limestone caves are made of enormous sedimentary rock. The picturesqueness of this place would have enchanting imprints on your mind. Passing through the narrow cave is a beyond-the-world feeling. 


Mangrove Kayaking at Mayabunder

               The chance of kayaking through the variant mangroves is a tremendous experience. You can begin your journey to witness the astonishing flora & fauna of this place. The chirping of the birds would welcome you once you venture out & come to the close of nature to soothe your mind. 


SeaPlane Riding & Helicopter Tour

                       A bird’s eye view of the landscape is breathtaking. Hovering over the blue sea, lush greenery, and white sandy beach is an experience beyond the world. You can have the privilege of landing the plane at the place of your choice. 


Trekking through dense forest & hillocks

                        Trekking is always the best choice for nature lovers. Walking through dense forests & hillocks and exploring the treasure of nature tempts every adventurer. Trekking trails from Mount Harriet to Madhuban, Chidia Tapu to Kala Pahaad, Havelock to Elephant Beach, Diglipur Island to Raman Caves and Saddle Peak are a few to mention. 


Visiting Barren Island 

                      Though not allowed to visit, you can barely resist the temptation of trespassing on the uninhabited land; fortunately, you can enjoy the beauty of smoking a volcano from your ship. This island is basically an active volcano continuing fire within you can behold but can not get close to. Witnessing this volcano from a distance itself is thrilling. 



                   Parasailing is one of the most exciting activities in Andamans. Parasailing in the Andaman Islands is available at Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Port Blair and at North Bay Island. This activity allows you to have a look at the gorgeous island from an excellent viewpoint.


Visit Forest Museum

              Forest museum is situated on the outskirts of Port Blair. It is the cynosure of tourists. It exhibits a huge collection of wooden art, carvings, and artefacts prepared by the workers of Saw Mill. Here, visitors get a chance to see different sculptures, carvings and art pieces made of different types of wood – oak, satin, timber – all from local trees that are abundantly grown in the Andaman islands.

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