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      Andaman

      Whether people like it or not as trends change, they too do and that is exactly the case with family trips! Family trips are no more just about visiting either religious places nor just a trip to the nearby park but much more.

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      Havelock is famed for beguiling mankind all over the world. Claiming a great parcel of earth, at around one hundred and fourteen square kilometres, this paradisiacal islet is home to the Ritchie’s Archipelago besides five other charming tourist villages.

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      India is a land of varying landscapes and coastal and beach spots are quite abundant. Kerala and Andaman are often pitched against each other because of their similar forms of natural beauty and the landscapes around.

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      There are a few places in the world where one can see nature unfolding its beauty at each step. The gorgeous rain forests, azure waters, unspoiled seascapes, colorful corals, and above all local culture, all this together makes Andaman and Nicobar a stunning destination. Located about 1,000 km away from the coast of eastern peninsular India, the Red Skin Island in the Bay of Bengal calls for a visit to every wanderlust.

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      India is rightly said to be the land of varied geographical features. Just like there are mountains, plateaus, valleys, and plains, there are coastal plains and beaches in abundance.

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      If you’ve got sunny skies, golden beaches, sparkly seas and quaint environs on your mind, get your bags packing for a trip to Andaman!

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      Andaman and Nicobar island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The aquamarine water of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman sea makes it one of the most spectacular tourist spots in India.

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      Andaman Islands are one of the best locations for a family vacation or a honeymoon trip. The island is a full package of pristine beaches, tourist attractions, exhilarating water activities, and amazing wildlife. Amongst the top water activities, snorkeling is a recreational activity that almost everyone opts for on their Andaman holiday.

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      Home to serene beaches and tranquil locations, Andaman is one destination that is perfect for a peaceful vacation or an enchanting honeymoon. There is so many things to do at this quaint destination.

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      Andaman and Nicobar - the archipelago with about 300 islands is indeed a paradise. The turquoise sea kissing white sand beaches weave a panorama that speaks to the soul. Whether you are in search for some hustle and bustle or wish a tranquil time at the beach, this place will never disappoint you.

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      Let dreams set sail, as you embrace the tides,
      For blue waters tend to longings, sending right vibes.

      How you wish to set course on one of those memorable cruise rides across the Bay of Bengal from Indian mainland to Andaman and Nicobar Islands! The cruise to Andaman is once-in-a-lifetime experience

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      Sunny skies, golden beaches, turquoise waters, and untouched environs make Andaman islands your perfect go-to destination. But it is not just the beauty of the archipelago of 572 islands that makes Andaman and Nicobar Islands an ideal getaway. There are adventure sports, water activities, activities for the nature lovers, and sightseeing tours of Andaman that one can opt for. Have a look at some of the best things to do in Andaman.

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      The capital city of Andaman boasts of tourist-friendly places that are gorgeous and awe-inspiring. There is plenty to discover in these cluster islands and places to visit in Port Blair – a key pit stop in Andaman – never disappoints. Revel in the clear blue water, trek alongside green and brown thickets, and engage in the cultural history of India, as you explore the best places to visit in Port Blair.

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      Surrounded by rumbling waves of the Bay of Bengal and with a heavy presence of water activities, Havelock Island is one of the most sought after destinations in India. The mixture of serenity and adrenaline thrust has ensured a considerable influx of tourists to the Island in recent times.

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      Port Blair is not just the gateway to the mesmerizing islands of Andaman and Nicobar, but it is a beautiful place to spend some days with your family or friends. With numerous water transportation and under-water activities,

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      Karmatang Beach is one of the rare places to find some of the extant species of turtles coming here for hatching. This is why it is called a turtle’s paradise in Andaman. Apart from turtle nesting parks, it is also the place to enjoy the beach, water sports and beach partying. The tourists need not have any guides to help explore the beach and nearby attractions. Andaman and Nicobar Island is a tourist-friendly territory of India.

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      It will be no fun for anyone of you a non-swimmer touring Havelock if you’ll only end up watching all your loved ones flapping into the water, while you are simply sitting and sulking. Even if you can’t swim, you can make your trip an adventurous one with some of the unique water sports in Havelock, Andaman exclusively suiting to the non-swimmers as well. The only prerequisite is that you should ensure keeping your heart strong so that you can experience as much fun in the waters as a pro swimmer can do.

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      Andaman boasts one of the breathtaking beauties of Mother Nature. One of such enigmatic places to visit is the hidden mangrove creek. It is an enigma itself which you must sail and experience once in Andaman.

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      Andaman allures travellers of all kinds with its stunning beaches, azure sea islands, museums, and water sports. Ancient cellular jail and remnants of Ross Island in Andaman never disappoint history buffs and archaeologists, whereas if you love nature and adventure; Andaman is the right place for you.

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      Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the scattered lonely Islands of India on the Bay of Bengal. Andaman has many tourist attractions to see than the Nicobar Islands. These island groups are the best to take a tour by all ages of people once in a lifetime.

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      Andaman and Nicobar islands are one of the most scenic destinations of India. The beauty of the cities, turquoise ocean shade with the white sand and dense greenery has made this region a good destination throughout the world for vacationing.

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      "Blue seas, virgin islands and colonial past.” The phrase sums up Andaman for you. Some of the earliest archaeological pieces of evidence suggest that the inhibition of the Islands dates back to 800 BC, which was sometime during the middle Paleolithic age. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were occupied by tribes called Andamanese and hence the name.

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      Lamiya Bay Beach is the name associated with quiet, clean, and exotic beach in Andaman. This bay beach is in Diglipur Town, in the northern parts of Andaman Island.

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      Andamans is a hub for all the beautiful beaches and natural beauty. There is a lot that one can indulge in when in Andamans and therefore many couples are attracted to this destination. The islands offer not only the best recreational options but also world class cuisines and lavish accommodations. Read more

      If there any sea surfing place in India, it is the Butler Bay Beach in Little Andaman. This beach is a surfer’s paradise. This little island is surely going to become an international destination for sea surfing in a short time.

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