Andaman Travel Guide

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are developing into a major tourism hub with exotic-looking beaches and pristine islands having equally exotic names, wonderful opportunities for adventure sports like snorkelling and sea-walking. 
In Port Blair, the main places to visit are the Cellular Jail, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Andaman Water sports complex, Chatham Saw Mill, Mini Zoo, Corbyn's cove, Chidiya Tapu, Wandoor Beach, Forest Museum, Anthropological Museum, Fisheries Museum, Naval Museum (Samudrika), Ross Island and Viper Island. Other places include Havelock island famous for Radhanagar Beach, Neil Island for Scuba diving/snorkelling, Cinque island, Saddle peak, Mt Harriet and Mud Volcano. The southern group (Nicobar islands) is mostly inaccessible to tourists.
Indian tourists do not require a permit to visit the Andaman islands but if they wish to visit any tribal areas they need a special permit from the Deputy Commissioner, Port Blair. Permits are required for foreign nationals. For foreign nationals arriving by air, these are granted upon arrival at Port Blair.

Capital: Port Blair,   Location: Way Of Bengal.

Best Time to Visit Andaman:

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Why Visit Andaman?:

Beaches, Water sports, Honeymoon, Luxury Tours, Trekking, Romantic etc.

Temperature

Summer

24-35C

April To Jul

Monsoon

24 -35 C

May - September

Winter

20 - 30 C

December - February

An Insight into Andaman Tourism

“Sun Sea Sand & Adventure ”

Andaman and Nicobar experienced a gruesome past during the Indian Independence struggle. The region was addressed as “Kala Pani”, meaning black water. The Cellular Jail of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is its most popular spot and that’s where nightmares came to life. During the Sepoy Mutiny or the first Indian freedom struggle movement, British blindly fired the crowd and even tied them in cannons and blew them away.
They perhaps thought it was not enough and decided to establish a penal settlement, which took place in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Here they transferred the convicts far away from home amid the ocean, where they could not, by any means, contact their families. They locked them in singular cells and prohibited communication between the prisoners.
The Cell had a hanging area with a room below it, where the corpses fell. The scenario was dreadful with blood and screams seeking mercy.  But in the middle of everything, there were selfless and adamant people taking all the pain and giving their best shot to free the country from British Raj. Steadily after massive massacres, India became an Independent country. Now, Andaman and Nicobar is only known for its enchanting beauty and serenity.
Today, you can give yourself the much needed pampering and escape to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The capital of Andaman is Port Blair and Nicobar is Car Nicobar. This Indian National Union Territory has about 200 islands strewn over an area of 8,249 km2. Out of these 200 islands only 37 are inhabited or are touched by human activities. Being this said, Andaman and Nicobar is pristine and unexplored.

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