Andaman And Nicobar Island
The sun-toasted islands of Andaman and Nicobar, With turquoise waters and shimmering white beaches surrounded by a mangrove forest and primitive jungles, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a tropical paradise
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been inhabited for several thousand years. Archaeological documented evidence goes back some 2,200 years; however, the indications from genetic, cultural and linguistic isolation studies point to habitation going back 30,000 – 60,000 years, well into the Middle Palaeolithic era.
The tropical evergreen rain forests abound in marine life, featuring rare species of plants, animals, and corals, making it an ecological paradise. As many as 270 species and sub-species of birds have been reported to live in these islands, 106 of them being endemic.
There are about 96 wildlife sanctuaries, nine national parks and one biosphere reserve in the islands.
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Andaman and Nicobar
Bioluminescence At HavelockIsland......?
This is an exceptional experience where one can row the boat through glowing water that resembles a star-lit sky. The water glows because of the presence of phytoplanktons in it. This event can only be witnessed on a moonless night
In the North Bay Beach, you can walk under the sea and visit the popular Octopus Garden. Colourful schools of fish, coral reefs and various other marine life forms that you’ve never seen before would be swimming by you. North Bay Beach and Havelock Island are among the best places to observe underwater marine life while walking on the sea bed. For those who do not know diving, this is the best alternative to view marine life up close.
Deep Sea Fishing
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands offer some of the best opportunities for fishing and angling, especially around the the coasts of Havelock Island. One can even find fish exceeding 3 m in length here. Some of the popular fish that have been caught here include black marlin, blue marlin, dorado and dogtooth tuna. Apart from that, the fishing community has a catch-and-release policy that helps preserve the aquatic fauna while letting visitors test their fishing skills.
Plan Your Next Andaman and Nicobar Adventure with CHRISTONE HOLIDAYS
A must for adventure lovers and thrill seekers, parasailing is an exhilarating experience. In this, one is tied behind a motorboat while being harnessed in a parachute, and then he/she is flown like a bird as the boat moves forward.
Andaman & Nicobar
Point Of Attractions
Port Blair…,Anthropological Museum…, Baratang Island…, Barren Island…, Cellular Jail…, Chattam Saw Mill…. Chidiya Tapu…, Coral Reefs…, Fisheries Museum…, Havelock Island…, Lakshmanpur Beach…, Little Andaman…, Long Island…, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park…, Mangroves Of Andaman…, Mount Harriet National Park…, Neil Island…, Ross Island ( Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island…, Rubber Plantations In Wandoor….
The gateway to the picturesque Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Showcases the four Negrito tribes of the Andaman i.e the Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese and the Onges and two Mongoloid tribes of the Nicobar
It has beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, mud-volcanoes and limestone caves.
Tropical paradise with its smoking volcano!
To understand that dark period in India's history and pay homage to the martyrs who suffered there.
Chattam Saw Mill
To witness the various manufacturing processes that used to convert heavy logs into small and intricate chunks of wood.
Bird watching paradise
Housing of over 350 species of marine life found in the Asia-Pacific region.
A majestic experience
Radhanagar Beach, Vijaynagar Beach, Elephant Beach.
The Havelock Island is a pristine natural paradise with white beaches, clear blue waters, lush forests, rich coral reefs and multi-coloured aquatic life.
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Ideal for snorkeling and studying the coral reef
A cascading milky white sheet of water
Cruises through scenic mangroves and a perfect place for adventure Activities
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
View rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boats and also go scuba diving and snorkeling.
Mount Harriet National Park
Housing the highest peak in South Andaman (365 m)
Mangroves Of Andaman
Enjoy the biodiversity of nature … The Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walk in Andaman is located around 20 km from Rangat,
Rubber Plantations In Wandoor
The most scenic place & See how the manufacturing process unfolds
The remnants of a church
The remnants of a church
A tiny and beautiful gem
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island
Nicobar Islands Rainforests