The best tourist sites and attractions on Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Merk Bay Beach, North Passage Island

SOMEWHERE ELSE is located in Andaman at the narrow and long beach of Merk Bay. Only Funghi from Long Island jetty is possible to enter the beach at the Merk Bay as pleasant as it is dangerous during the low tide (during bad weather condition). Merk Bay Beach is located at the North Passage Island, which is one of Andaman’s undeveloped islands, near Strait Island, home to the Great Andaman tribe, one of India’s indigenous tribes, Guitar Island and Long Island. Also, it’s an ideal beach for snorkeling and scuba diving.


Butler Bay Beach, Hut Bay Island

The Butler Bay Beach in Little Andaman tour packages is an essential tourist destination if you are a soul surfer; from Hut Bay you can access the beach. It’s a rather exposed and relatively consistently surfy beach with soft brown sand and dense greenery. More… scuba diving and snorkeling on Butler Bay Beach are also possible. It’s a concave beach; therefore, from any point you can see the entire beach.


Pathi Level Beach, Diglipur

One of Andaman’s extensive white sand beaches and the Alfred Caves nearby… For all travelers, Pathi Level Beach is a must visit Andaman. It is well known for its abundant and natural beauty and isolated beaches and is accessible via the beach of Ram Nagar via a dunghi from Kishorinagar.


Casurina Beach, Diglipur

The beach of Casurina is another large white sand in the Diglipur region, which serves as a retreat to adventurous freaks as they climb the highest point of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Saddle Peak.


Lamiya Bay Beach, Diglipur

The Lamiya Bay Beach in Diglipur has little travelers know and is layered with brown sand, rocks, and dead corals, unlike other Andaman beaches. The beach environment is an intense moment of loneliness for visitors. The same road leading to the beach of Kalipur can reach Lamiya Bay.


Raman Bageecha Beach, Rangat

Springing from the dense breeze of Raman Bageecha Beach, which is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the sea breeze with the horizon. A few minutes drives from Rangat Jetty you can reach the beach on foot.


Stewart Island Beach

In the middle of the uninhabited island of Andaman, close to Mayabunder, the beach of Stewart Island is yet another isolated. It is accessible via Mayabunder Jetty and should start early in the morning before sunset. It is recommended.


Avis Island Beach, Mayabunder

It’s a beach in the village of Avis, a small and sandy beach known for its coconut… The Mayabunder Jetty boat ride takes approximately 30 minutes. The beach offers a peaceful atmosphere, yet it does a good excursion, even if it is not ideal for swimming.


Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island

It’s another popular and coral-viewing beach in Andaman. Leisure travelers can buy a coral viewing glass boat, and more adventure seekers can explore the coral-world in depth for activities like scuba-springs and snorkeling.


Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Port Blair

Corbyn Cove Beach is the most visited beach in Andaman and is popular among many water sports and activities such as ski jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and glass-bottom cruises. One of the nearest beaches of Port Blair has natural beauty. There are several restaurants, bars, and resorts on the beach, which is littered by dense palm groves, and so it is a tourist hub on Andaman and the Nicobar Islands. The famous Cellular Jail is near the beach and is one of Andaman’s heritage attractions that reflect the gore of the colonial era. Don’t miss the colorful Snake Island nearby when you visit Corbyn’s Cove Beach.


Limestone Caves, Baratang Island

Don’t miss it!!! An authentic feast for the eyes of the voyagers. The natural caves of Limestone on Baratang Island is one of Andaman and the Nicobar Islands’ main tourist attractions. The route to these groves runs through the Tribal reserves and through a dense forest, torn between several streams. It is an exciting route. You can get a glimpse of a sun-bathing crocodile with its masks broadly open if you are lucky enough.


Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is home to some of the endangered species of the sea, including sea tortoises, covering some 282 square kilometers and covered by 15 small islands. Tourists can explore the beautiful and colorful aquatic environment through activities like diving and snorkelling on Jolly Buoy and Red Skin Islands. Moreover … a leisurely cruise on the boats on the glass base makes the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park an ideal place for children and the elderly to seek out the beauty. Islands like Tarmugli are worth a visit during your trip to Mahatma Gandhi and the Twins, an important breeding ground for tortoises.


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