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5 Little Out Of the Ordinary Activities to Do On Your Andaman Nicobar Tour.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands must be the only spot in India where the landscape is vastly different from the rest of the country. It’s a location brimming with opportunities for those looking for truly unique encounters. The union territory is full with things and activities that you can only see here.

Although consumers of tour packages for Andaman Nicobar have climbed dramatically in the previous decade, present numbers will undoubtedly surge if the whole archipelago is opened to tourists with necessary control. Here is a list of 5 unusual activities to do on your Andaman Nicobar tour.

Top Offbeat Things You Must Include In Your Tour Package for Andaman Nicobar

1.      Scuba dive at Cinque Island

This is the best site for scuba diving in India due to its emerald green water with visibility of up to 80 feet and a diverse range of flora and wildlife. However, visiting this isolated territory requires authorization from the Forest Department, so you can understand how unique it must be. It is, without a doubt, one of the top things to do in Andaman & Nicobar.

2.      Barren Island Plateau, South Asia’s only active volcano, is a sight to see.

Barren Island is a sight to see even when it is not erupting, with the most recent volcanic eruption occurring last year. The island is the home to the toughest creatures found on the planet, including Flying Foxes, several rodent species, and goats. This site is a must-see for anyone looking for exciting things to do in Andaman.

3.      Take a walk under the water on Havelock Island.

Sea walking is one of the safest but most enjoyable activities to do in Andaman and Nicobar, and it is particularly popular in the Havelock Islands due to its tranquil and beautiful seas. It’s ideal for those who don’t want to experience the excitement of scuba diving at Cinque Island. These are the biggest islands in Ritchie’s Archipelago, located 41 kilometres from Port Blair. Time Magazine called Havelock Island the “Best Beach in Asia” in 2004, so you know it’ll be spectacular.

4.      Explore the Elephant Beach coastline

When you stroll on the beach, unlike in Goa or other beach destinations, you will be greeted with calm rather than rubbish and merchants. There is also a 2km forest hike to Elephant Beach from a location right before Radha Nagar Beach. We advocate travelling this route rather than getting a speedboat to the beach. The trip is without a doubt one of the most aimless and rewarding activities to do in Andaman & Nicobar.

5.      Visit Diglipur to See Turtle Nesting

Turtles go through a gestation stage in December and January, which causes them to explore the beaches of Diglipur. This can be seen on Ram Nagar Beach, which is 15 kilometres from Kalighat, the major attraction in Diglipur.

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