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Top 5 things a Nature Lover Must Do When in Andaman

This gorgeous archipelago located about 1,000 kilometres off the eastern coast in Bay of Bengal has always mesmerized us with its beauty. From the beaches to the resorts, from the adventure sports to the laid back vibe and a rich flora and fauna cover, this little group of islands is nature lover's paradise. And everyone can agree to that.

Source: https://www.sotc.in/blog/top-5-things-a-nature-lover-must-do-when-in-andaman

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Beach bumming

Beach bumming

Picturesque beaches as Elephant, Cinque and Long Island, sunbathing needs to be number one on the 'to-do list of Andaman. Just leave that phone behind in your backpack and laze around on any one of Andaman's beaches for the whole day. You will know what we are talking about. The beaches not crowded, calm and clean, that in the end you wouldn't want to leave it.

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Water Sports

Water Sports

Need we say more? But maybe we should. From swimming to snorkeling, from scuba diving to underwater sea walking, from parasailing to banana boat ride, fish angling and jet skiing. You name it, Andaman has it. If you love staying in water as much drinking it, then water adventure is a must try for you in Andaman. Oh and there is dolphin watching too!

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Havelock Island

Havelock Island

Considered as having Asia's most beautiful beaches, Havelock has plenty of a tranquil beaches to unwind in. From the pristine Radhanagar to the gorgeous Elephant. In fact is known to be one of the best places if you want to experience snorkeling.

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Sitapur Beach Sunrise and the Natural Rock Formation in Neil Island

Sitapur Beach Sunrise and the Natural Rock Formation in Neil Island

The only place where you can enjoy the beauties of the island while riding a bike, discover the stunning marine wildlife via scuba diving and snorkeling in Sitapur beach. It is considered as an oasis where nature lovers can recharge and relax.

The Natural Rock formation too is a must visit in Neil island. If you love trekking and explore some ancient history, this is something you must try. Locals suggests that one should travel here during low tide and on early mornings. So what are you waiting for?

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Trekking

Trekking

Andaman tourism is known for beaches and underwater adventure. But how often do you simply visit to explore its dense forest and lush green biodiversity? You in fact don't tend to associate Andaman with trekking. And that’s why Madhuban is here to break that myth for you. Situated some 20 kms from Port Blair, this is the perfect spot to unleash your inner trekker. Indigenous flora and fauna, and some jaw dropping natural beauty makes Madhuban a thrill seekers’ delight. In fact, the way from Madhuban to Mount Harriet is the most popular with its tricky wooden bridges and thick forest covering all around you. So, what are you waiting for!? Plan your Andaman trip with our exclusive Andaman tour packages!