Saunter and dive into the beaches of Andaman Islands


Make your holiday trip to one of the gorgeous Island in India, Andaman.These islands are home for the diverse group of fishes and fringed with pristine corals and also heaven for birds and still home to the world's oldest surviving tribes so enjoy your trip with Andamanescapes to have the wonderful moments of your life.



Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most favourite beach locations in the world. Being home to the Sentinelese tribes who do not interact with outsiders, 36 Islands out of 572 Islands are open to the travellers for exploration while the rest of them are habitats to the tribes who do not entertain travellers in their vicinity. A number of varied factors make this destination a must visit out of which the major attraction are the beaches. India has a lot of famous beaches like Marina Beach and Juhu beach, but this territory provides the people with the cleanest beaches ever. Most of the beaches in the metro cities like Chennai and Mumbai remain polluted due to the mishandling of the people. On setting on the Best Chennai to Andaman Packages the people get to see the major difference regarding the maintenance of the beaches. (Click here to know more about the Chennai to Andaman Packages). Other than having a strict ban on taking plastics to the Islands, Andaman also sees to it that the tourists do not litter in the destinations. Along with the cleanest beaches, Andaman also offers the people a number of varied reasons to visit the beaches.



The number one attractive factor of travelling to Andaman is the beach water activities. There are more than 20 famous beaches that are visited by the tourists during their travel to this Island and most of the beaches have one activity and more that can be done when at the destination.The famous activities done at Islands like Neil Island and Havelock Island are snorkelling and scuba diving. The non-swimmers also get to go beneath the sea through underwater walking with assistance from the guide. Kayaking is also a great activity to be pursued in the mangrove forests of Havelock Island. The travellers can also be engaged in activities like jet skiing and parasailing where they get to cruise through the clearest waters. Glass boat rides remain to be the favourite of the those with Thalassophobia as they are provided with maximum safety with life jackets. The reason to exploring the under waters of Andaman are due to the richness of coral reefs in it. A large variety of aquatic animals can also be seen when under the water. The ban on commercial fishing has increased the number of aquatic animals which in turn becomes a treat to the water explorers. Radhanagar beach, despite being one of the best beaches in the world is also the best destination for such activities other than elephant beach and Corbyn's Cove beach.



The lucky travellers may also get to site the dugongs and dolphins. Dugongs are known to be marine mammals which are also considered as the official animal of Andaman. Known as the ''angel of the sea'' they graze along the seagrass and can be found at Little Andaman and Ritchie's archipelago. Siting the dolphins at Havelock and Lalalji Bay are also an exciting view that the travellers get to enrapture from the Andaman Islands. Largest turtles existing on earth known as Leatherback also crawl into the shores from the Diglipur beach. Ongoing to the Kalipur during the right time, the travellers may also get to see the nesting period of the turtles. These sites are in fact what differentiates Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the suburbs. The travellers do not get to site the real richness of sea when at cities like Chennai and Mumbai. The richness of underwater biodiversity in this Island calls for the Amazing Andaman tour packages from Chennai. Other than the beach activities, the tourists also get to travel through the Island which keeps them engaged in activities like a trekking and exploring the waterfalls located in the Islands. The wonderments that can be witnessed multiply on exploration.


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