If you are imagining white sandy beaches on the Emerald Isles kiss the crystal clear water below cyan Pardon Me !!! You have no other choice than the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. These islands can even change their state of mind lewd adventurous one as it will provide a lot of pelagic activities Splosh-Gosh. And then you are in the world of pagan emeralds … and your person jove-boiled pigeon-judo a treasure Perk just enter history whipped the disreputable ‘prison cell’, which is now a heritage humanity and a monument to the prisoners (freedom fighters) of the independence movement of India.
Indigenous cultural life of the original inhabitants have no halo of vehement apostasy. Some of the tribes have become extinct due to deforestation unregulated and some others, the Jawara and Sentinelese, have resulted in being nature fall, dragging survive against the outside world and few have assimilated in contemporary Indian society. The other people living in harmony sharpening stone pagans are Indians and immigrants from Myanmar and Sri Lanka. A treasure is just waiting to be discovered in these mystical islands.
Following are top beaches and places to visit in Andaman Islands:
1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island
Extolled as “Asia’s Best Beach” in 2004 by the TIME Magazine, the Radhanagar Beach is one of the must visit beaches in Andaman that lies on the western coast of Havelock Island. The clean and composed ambiance, far from the tourist hum drum, with farseeing white and silky sand gleaming beneath the turquoise blue waters is a perfect beachscape to take those long walks at an ideal sunset brimming over the horizon. The Radhanagar Beach is also known for hosting underwater activities like snorkeling and scuba diving that lets the adventure seekers to explore the colourful marine world.
2. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island
One of the popular beaches in Andaman, the Laxmanpur Beach, which is close to the Bharatpur Beach… is the perfect getaway on your trip to Andaman, as you are left with sufficient time and space to be on your own and enjoy the privacy even during the peak tourist season. The Laxmanpur Beach is comparatively longer and wider than Bharatpur Beach, hence ideal for a long and refreshing walk.
3. Ross and Smith Island Beach
The unmatched and paradisaical beauty of the Ross and Smith island beach, which is a natural sandbar connecting the two lonely islands, is yet another unruffled beaches in Andaman… rolling up beach lovers from all over the world. The Ross and Smith Island beach is a few nautical miles from the Diglipur Jetty and one can enjoy boat rides on the crystal clear blue water tinged with green. It is a haven for leisure and adventure activities like sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.
4. Guitar Island Beach
One of the least travelled beaches in Andaman, the Guitar Island beach is a long, narrow and creamy beach that can only be accessed from Long Island Jetty by dunghi. This beach is an ideal escape for couples looking for some privacy and seeking to build some impractical romantic ideals and attitudes.
5. Karmatang Beach, Mayabunder
The party animals will turn this dull beach wild and eventful. Yes! There is nothing much to explore at Karmatang Beach BUT if you are travelling to Andaman with a group of hippies then this beach must not be missed. Nonetheless… the Karmatang beach, unlike other beaches in Andaman, is a beautiful and clean beach with lush coastal vegetation and having several small huts. It is approximately a 30 minutes drive from Mayabunder.
6. Raman Bageecha Beach, Rangat
The Raman Bageecha beach leaps out from the dense grove making it an ideal beach to relax and enjoy the seizing ocean breeze and eye catching horizon. The beach can be accessed by foot after a few minutes’ drive from Rangat Jetty.
7. Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island
It is another popular beach in Andaman that is famed for coral viewing. Leisure travellers can hire a glass bottom boat for coral viewing and further adventure seekers may go for activities like scuba diving and snorkeling to explore the coral world in details.