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      Andaman

      People associate Andaman and Nicobar islands with beaches, colonial history, and coral wealth, often wondering if they can take a part of this charming heritage home with them. Well, good news for you shopaholics - you can! Against what people think, there are loads of things to buy in Andaman for all kinds of travelers. Read more

      Andaman & Nicobar Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. Made up of over 300 islands, that are known for palm-fringed, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests, the Andaman and Nicobar islands have a stunning coastline supporting marine life such as sharks and rays and vibrant coral reefs. The best time to visit these islands is during the winter months, let’s have a look at what are the things you can enjoy in Andaman in December.

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      Swimming across colorful corals, beautifully patterned fishes, and seabed gardens in silent-as-night waters - that’s scuba diving in Andaman for you; one of the best experiences for diving enthusiasts in India. The cluster islands are all about silver shores embraced by playful ocean waves. But if you dare to go deeper, there’s another world inside the ocean

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      Andaman is a haven of adventurous activities and we need not prove it! The fact that it is home to n number of beaches, islands and tourist attractions makes it one of the top destinations to quench your thirst for thrill! You can go sunbathing, swimming, paragliding, and satiate the adventurer in you. Read more

      Andaman is synonymous with golden beaches, turquoise waters, and breathtaking views. There’s no doubt as to why travelers are smitten with its beauty. Offering everything a nature lover would want in one platter, including beaches, forests, mangroves, caves, volcanoes, and much more, Andaman never disappoints.

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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. Read more

      Located in the Bay of Bengal, Andaman islands are considered to be one of the most beautiful islands which are perfect for any kind of beach holiday you’re looking for. Known mostly for the powder-white sand on the beaches and an unparalleled view of the calming turquoise waters, Read more

      Elephant Beach is amongst the most popular attractions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This interesting beach is located in Havelock island and one needs to take a ferry to reach here. The panoramic vistas of Elephant Beach will surely make you fall in love with this enticing place. It is one of the cleanest beaches in India that offers an exclusive experience to travelers looking for peaceful expeditions while holidaying in Andaman. Read more

      Radhanagar Beach is amongst the most beautiful beaches in Asia. Located in Havelock Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, this astounding beach has been attracting Globetrotters with its impeccable and serene ambiance. Read more

      Andaman has different reasons for pulling tourists towards itself. Port Blair, Radhanagar beach, Havelock island, to name a few. Not only does it offer incredible places to visit but also thrilling things to do that will fill you up with joy from head to toe.

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      Far to the Southeast of India located in the midst of Bay of Bengal lies Andaman - an exciting island destination packed with soft sugar-white sea beaches, secluded environs, and pleasant climate. But to see all your tropical fantasies take shape you need to look for a perfect retreat. There are dreamy sea facing and beach resorts in Port Blair that open up to magnificent galleries and some breathtaking views.

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      Andaman is an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal which is famous for its pristine white sandy beaches and tropical rainforest. The place is becoming increasingly popular among travelers who are searching for serenity as well as natural scenic.

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      Trodden by many, remembered by all, Little Andaman Island casts a magical spell on you the moment you set foot ashore. Situated on the Southern Andaman district, this island is a safe haven for nature lovers from around the globe.

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      A long stretch of pristine white sandy beaches with hues of turquoise waters fringed with drool worthy coastline is a perfect definition of Jolly Buoy Island. Rich in exotic corals and marine life, Jolly Buoy Island in Andaman is located near Wandoor, a short drive of 30 km from Port Blair. Read more

      Adorned by the shimmering crystal clear waters and enclosed by the lush-green jungles, Andaman is a land of hidden treasure. With enormous diving options and lazing down at the white sandy beaches, there is a vast option for the water babies to enjoy and explore around.

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      Known for its white-sand beaches and tropical rainforests, Andaman is a dream destination for many. With a plethora of water activities to try and a relaxed, laid-back vibe, Andaman is an unexplored paradise.

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      Out of many reasons to take a trip, there are two most common ones - harsh weather conditions and work stress. It is easy to escape bad weather, unlike stress that we sometimes end up carrying with us wherever we go. Where technology has made our lives easier, we are missing out on the element of ‘simplicity’.

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      Known for its exotic islands and bounty of nature, Andaman is a famous destination among honeymooners and couples putting in on the world tourism map. What makes this place in the headlines is the launch of the first railway line in Andaman & Nicobar islands that will put it on the rail map. Read more