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Best 5 Tourists Spots to Explore in Andaman and Nicobar

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Andaman and Nicobar have beautiful beaches to stunning mountains that offer lovely, panoramic views, the Andaman tour packages include attractions that promise to cater to travelers of all tastes. Whether you are an adventurer looking to explore the stunning waters located off the coast or are enticed simply by the natural wealth that Andaman has to offer, you are bound to feel right at home on the islands.

Andaman-and-Nicobar
Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The beaches at Andaman are, of course, it’s biggest assets, and Corbyn’s Cove stands out as a popular tourist favorite here. For those looking for a more offbeat experience, however, Long Island beach on Havelock can be an excellent place to visit as well. The limestone caves are another popular attraction here, with nature’s artistry finding its biggest expression through the rock carvings. If you’re a hiker, do make it a point to visit Mount Harriet, who’s trekking trails are some of the most enchanting tropical routes in India.

Best Tourist Spots in Andaman and Nicobar  –

1. Long Island, Havelock Island –  Nestled on one end of Havelock Island, Long Island is one of the least visited destinations in the archipelago. If you’re looking for an offbeat stay far removed from the bustle of the main island destinations, this can be a great addition to your Andaman and Nicobar tour packages. There are some beaches around the island that constitute it’s charm, such as the Merk Bay or the Blue Planet Beach. One can swim, dive or snorkel right off the coast here. There are some trekking routes running along the coast as well, which are fairly easy and can be attempted by beginners.

2. Stewart Island Beach – Lying close to the Mayabunder Port, Stewart Island is one of the most ravishing beaches in all of Andaman and Nicobar. The charm of the beach owes much to the fact that it is uninhabited, and remains sparsely crowded when compared to bigger beaches. One can swim at the beach, or just lounge in the black sands that fringe its shore. The beach, however, is best known for its sunsets. Occasionally, one might spot a rainbow across the sky as well, adding to the visual aesthetic of the place.

  3.  Limestone Caves – If you are Andaman and Nicobar, you must not miss the opportunity to see the Limestone Caves’ natural creativity. To get to the Limestone Caves, travelers must take a 45-minute boat ride through the mangroves before arriving at the famous caves. A natural masterpiece, the caves occupy a prominent place in every Andaman and Nicobar tour package. The deep depths, stalagmites & stalactites formations, and several other abstract structural elements of the caverns seek to leave you astonished. The beauty of its location adds to the visual treat; the caves are nestled at the very heart of lush tropical forests, which have to be hiked through to reach the location.

4. Corbyn’s Cove Beach –  Fringed by palm trees on one side, the stunning Corbyn’s Cove Beach is one of the most beautiful, unspoilt places in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The water here is stunning in both color and quality, with its bright turquoise blue clashing violently with the yellow of the sand. The beach is roughly divided into two halves, one for swimmers, and one for loungers. It is fairly organized, and has beachside shacks and vendors. Adventure sports are a popular tourist attraction at Corbyn’s Cove as well, with several swimmers going for snorkeling, diving or boating.

5. Mount Harriet And Madhuban: Standing tall in the heart of the island, Mount Harriet is the tallest peak in the Andaman Islands. The mountain sits within the Mount Harriet National Park, which is one of the most famous places to visit in the Andaman and Nicobar tour packages. Several tourists often trek up the Mountain to visit Madhubhan, a natural clearing known for housing a fantastic array of local and migratory birds. An absolute treat for photographers, hikers and bird watchers alike, the Madhunan trek can be as rewarding as it is exciting, owing purely to the sheer beauty of the place.

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