Explore the Magnetizing Attractions during Andaman Tours

Explore the Magnetizing Attractions during Andaman Tours

Article by Surbhi Gvt

Are you pissed up with your hectic routine and looking for a break where you can take your family and friends and spend some quality time together then look no further than Andaman and Nicobar a large group of nearly 600 islands in the Bay of Bengal and of course one of the most sought tour and travel destination. However they are the part of India geographically, they are very close to Myanmar and Thailand than to the Indian mainland drawing the attention of many from across the world throughout the year.

Whether you are in honeymoon trip or with your family or either visiting to adventure purpose you will be confronted with extremes. It is the perfect holidaying destination for those who wish to spend their vacations in the lap of Mother-nature. Being a small island country it is gifted with such amazing attractions which never fail to lure the heart of any individual. Tropical green forests, turquoise water, palm-fringed beaches, lush green floras and exotic wildlife are some of the key attractions that make Andaman not less than paradise and encourage tourists for Andaman tours from across the world throughout the year.

It is one such place where there is no shortage of attractions and enjoyment and by visiting and exploring this place you will understand that why any one should choose Andaman as their holidaying destination. Due to its breathtaking attractions and bit isolation it is frequently visited by honeymoon couples and adventure-thrillers. There are myriad beach destinations in this island country having their distinctive features and considered an ideal place for various adventure and beach activities such as swimming, surfing, snorkeling, scuba-diving and many more.

There are innumerable beach destinations in Andaman and all are world-wide famous for their distinctive features offers great and memorable holidaying experience to the visitors. The green belt of palm and coconut trees, lush green forests and green vegetation enhance the popularity of Andaman beaches and encourage great number of visitors from every nook and corner of the world. It is a great feeling of someone’s to spend their vacations on the calm and lazy beaches of this tiny emerald place. Corbyn’s Cove and Chiraya Tapu, Radhnagar Beach, Haminder Bay Beach, Ramnagar Beach and Karmatang beach are the few beach destinations of Andaman and Nicobar islands.

Being a small island country it is speckled with innumerable attractions and destinations that you can explore during Andaman Islands tours.

Port Blair A remote harbour in Bay of Bengal and the capital city of Andaman, Port Blair is the most visited attractions dotted with large stretches of white sand, coral reefs teaming with marine life. If you are looking for sea, sand and surf then look no further than Bangaram a most visited place fascinating large number of visitors from across the world.

Jolly BuoyAn island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Jolly Buoy is also an important place during visiting and exploring Andaman offers a breath taking underwater view of coral and marine life.

Ross Island Easily accessible from Phoenix Bay Jetty through a boat ride, Ross Island is the destination frequently visited by tourists provides critical habitat for native wildlife species and gives an opportunity to experience the urban landscapes.

About the Author

Surbhi is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tourism related topics. She has authored many books on tour guide for India Beaches and Heritage Places in India. Find more packages at http://www.indiatourismpackages.net/.

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