Comprised of nearly 600 islands in the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar are politically part of India. However, they are much closer to Mynamar and Thailand in terms of geography. The area is complete with seaside paradises and is rife for exploration. Veer Savarkar International Airport
serves as an ideal point of entry.
As an island destination, the beaches and water sports are what most people come here for. Neil Island is a top destination within the Andaman and Nicobar region for holidays and eco-tourists. Its green forests and sandy beaches are only 36km from Port Blair. Here some history can be explored as there are British-era colonial buildings, the notorious Cellular Jail
, and World War II bunkers. Jolly Buoy Island is great for snorkeling thanks to its water quality, and Little Andaman Island caters to the surfer. For some volcanic diving, Barren Island is the place to be. No matter where you go, seafood will be the dish of the day, from upscale dining in Port Blair to local dhabas on Havelock Island.
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