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Unique Things To Do in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

by Dreamz Yatra Travel Agency in Kolkata

Andaman is one of the popular locations for scuba diving for having beautiful and transparent waters. Tourists find it a hotspot because Havelock Islands has the best scuba diving activities that charge no more than 3,500 for a half-hour scuba diving.

 

Snorkeling is another popular water adventure that you will enjoy in Havelock Island waters. The sea around Havelock offers the best set of water sports for adrenaline rush among the tourists.


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Water sports complex welcomes all the tourists who are adventure freaks. It is considered to be a huge ideal spot for several water activities like swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, or just a boat ride. Also, you can go for sea walking while exploring the rich marine life comprising coral reefs, fishes, and flora. For more information on things to do in Andaman contact Dreamz Yatra one of the leading travel agents in Kolkata offers Andaman holiday packages at best price.

 

Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex is another popular location for adventure enthusiasts. If you are willing to explore proper guidance throughout your kayaking, sea walking, paddle boats, rowboats, banana boats, parasailing, speed boats, snorkeling, scuba diving, and so on.

 

Shopping in Andaman: If you are willing to shop for souvenirs around in Andaman, then you can visit some of the most famous markets that will offer you traditional clothes, handicrafts, and handmade and antique items. 

 

Anthropological Museum Port Blair: Are you fond of witnessing historical remains or get into the details of the cultures and tribes that have been there in Andaman and Nicobar? If yes, then Anthropological Museum Port Blair is an ethnographic museum that has several tribes like, Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens, and the Nicobarese with their left-back artifacts, tools, clothes, boats, leaf baskets, and weapons.

 

Samudrika Naval Museum: The Samudrika Naval Museum is located at Port Blair with a vast marine life coverage comprising of the marine life in the deep waters surrounding the islands, and it dates back to the history of Andaman.

 

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park: Located in Port Blair, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park lies on the south-western coast of the Andaman Islands. Also, the Wandoor National Park is a marine life conservation area that is built around here at a distance of 25 km from Port Blair.

 

Saddle Peak National Park: Established in the year 1987, Saddle Peak National Park is preserved for the wildlife and the environment, with no human intervention. The place is rich with a white-sand shoreline, tropical rainforests, a park that has rare and endangered species, lush tropical forests, and a park for trekkers and hiking. 

 

Kalipur Beach: Watch out the turtles for turtle nesting that are popularly found in Kalipur Beach and is also known as the picnic spot. Also, witness snorkeling from October to March.


Other activities that call out for tourists throughout the year are the festivals celebrated in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Diwali, Holi, Ramadan, and Durga Puja are some of the festivals that are celebrated like the other parts of India. Whereas, the beach festival, film festivals, food festivals, and other traditional fests where the locals display and exhibit handicrafts and artworks related to the historical and cultural significance of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The festivals are celebrated across several islands like Havelock that is nearest to the capital city of Port Blair. If you are likely to visit Andaman making it your next getaway destination, then count on Dreamz Yatra for the exclusive Andaman travel packages.

 


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