6 things to do in Andaman

Deep blue seas, Serene and calm beaches, varied flora and fauna, plethora of water sports and many more!! Where would you find all these at one place in India? Well nothing could be more perfect than Andaman and Nicobar islands to try all at one place.
So make sure when you are visiting Andaman next, you include everything that is mentioned here in your itinerary to make the most of it.

1 Visit havelock Island
Havelock island has indeed the one of the best beaches in Asia that is the Radhanagar Beach and one of the most serene and clean beaches that you could find in Andaman and Nicobar. With crystal clear torquise water and white sand, it happens to be the best in Andaman.
The island can be reached by ferries or cruises from Port Blair which takes almost 2 hours.

2 Island Hopping
Andaman and Nicobar consists of 572 islands in total,out of which only 38 are inhabited. Neil island and Ross island are must visits if you are looking for something extraordinary. You can experience all kinds of adventure here.

3 Bird Watching
When you are in Andaman, you just can’t leave without watching varieties of birds in Chidiya Tapu. Birds of varied breeds, sizes, colors; you can see it all here. It’s definitely going to be one of the most amazing experiences for those who love nature.

4 Glass Bottom Boat Ride
Not everyone would want to go for scuba diving or snorkelling but who wouldn’t want to see the amazing coral reefs and varied fishes?
Well glass bottom boat ride would let you experience that. There is a boat with bottom made of glass and you can just see through it. Amazing!

5 Snorkelling

For all the water sports lover, snorkelling tops the list. Snorkelling in Andaman islands would let you see the exquisite marine life and the rarest corals and reefs. You can go for snorkelling at North Bay Island or Havelock Island.

6 Scuba Diving
Scuba diving is something that is mentioned in everybody’s wishlist but many might not do it because they don’t know how to swim. Well the first and foremost thing you need to know before scuba is that swimming skills is not required. However, if you are planning on something more challenging or if you are planning on doing scuba in open sea, then swimming is required.
So, just go and enjoy the exquisite under water life.

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