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3 Andaman Island Tours That You Should Not Miss On Your Andaman Vacation

Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India’s beach capital, was once a prison colony but is now a popular destination for a relaxing beach vacation. A tour package for Andaman & Nicobar allows you to enjoy life in a very unique manner, with interesting dives to discover marine life and restful wandering along gorgeous, flat lengths of beaches flanked by coconut palms and tropical woods.

This blog will tell you about the three places you must visit on your trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Andaman Tours That You Must Include In Your Tour Package for Andaman & Nicobar

Andamans Water and Sports Complex

Water-skiing, Windsurfing, Speed Boats, Paddle Boats, Row Boats, and other water sports are available in the Andamans Water and Sports Complex. A seashore swimming pool on the complex’s inner side is also available for use. You may visit a Memorial, Amusement Park, and Aquarium near this Water and Sports Complex after you’ve had your fill of fun at the complex.

Havelock Island

Makkruzz links Havelock and Port Blair, whilst the Coastal Cruise connects Neil with Port Blair and Havelock. During the high season, they make two rounds every day. One sight of the glistening seas explains why the Andaman is known as the “Emerald Islands.”

As soon as you get to Havelock, go to Radhanagar beach, which was named Asia’s finest beach by TIME magazine in 2004. This beach is ideal for water sports, strolling late at night, and relaxing. You may experience the peaceful serenity of the loving countryside by renting a bike. Other lovely beaches to visit are Elephant Beach, Vijaynagar Beach, and Govindnagar Beach.

Ross Island

Prior to India’s independence, the British ruled the whole Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the Ross Islands. There is also a Japanese bunker on the grounds. You may have pleasure in photographing wild animals, peacocks, and the local flora and wildlife. You can relax on Ross Island’s stunningly clean beaches if you want to.

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