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 A journey through Coral Reefs Island 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands is home to over 560 species of corals, whose sheer colour and diversity leave one mesmerised. Corals are tiny organisms that secrete massive calcarious skeletons and collectively deposit calcium carbonate to form large colonies. Coral reefs cover about 2,000 sq km of the area of the Andaman and Nicobar Island that is almost six per cent of the total area. The fringing reefs on the eastern side and the barrier reefs on the western sides make for a beautiful sight. In a typical reef, one will find corals, clams, sponges, snails, anemones, crabs, starfish, worms, shrimps, lobsters etc. You can also spot various species of fish like damselfish, groupers, surgeonfish, butterflyfish etc.


The Andaman tropical evergreen rain forests, beautiful silver sandy beaches, serpentine mangrove-lines creeks, marine life abounding in rare species of plants, animals, corals, etc., provide a memorable experience to the tourists. There is tremendous scope for enjoying nature in the beach resorts, water sports and adventure water sports, adventure tourism like trekking, Island camping, Nature trail, Scuba Diving, etc.

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Experience The Indian Islands

Have you ever experienced live coral walk through... with out damaging them...unique

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 Live Coral walk


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Coral walk through , the phenomena is simple..after sunset all the place which you are seeing will disappears in to  the day after noon will appeared gain... experience the coral drawing god is created


Please ask us the coral day plan

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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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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

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Sea Walking

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.


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Andaman & Nicobar Islands

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….


Port Blair

The  gateway to the picturesque Andaman and Nicobar Islands


Cellular Jail

To understand that dark period in India's history and pay homage to the martyrs who suffered there.


Chidiya Tapu

Chidiya Tapu is a small village with lush green mangroves, and forest bestowed with numerous birds. It is one it an ideal picnic spot. At sunset, the island is undoubtedly magical.


Corbyn's Cove Beach

Corbyn’s Cove beach- the coconut-palm fringed beach, six kilometers away from Port Blair town is ideal for swimming and sun-basking.

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Fisheries Museum

Housing of over 350 species of marine life found in the Asia-Pacific region.

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A majestic experience

 Havelock Island

The Havelock Island is a pristine natural paradise with white beaches, clear blue waters, lush forests, rich coral reefs and multi-coloured aquatic life.


Radhanagar Beach,  Vijaynagar Beach,  Elephant Beach.


Radhanagar Beach

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Lakshmanpur Beach

Ideal for snorkeling and studying the coral reef

Little Andaman

A cascading milky white sheet of water

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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)

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Long Island

Cruises through scenic mangroves and a perfect place for adventure Activities

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Mangroves Of Andaman
Enjoy the biodiversity of nature … The Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walk in Andaman is located around 20 km from Rangat.


Neil Island

A tiny and beautiful gem


The remnants of a church

Ross Island: is famous for the ruins of the Penal colony. A Penal colony is basically an exile colony for prisoners where they are kept separately. The prison here came into function primarily to jail a large number of prisoners from the rebellion of 1857. And the same Penal colony later came to be known as Kalapani.

North Bay Island.

North Bay Island is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, magnificently beautiful coral reefs, close view of the underwater marine life and of course to explore the Andaman's signature white sand beaches. The coral reefs are the most prized treasures of this island 


Cinque Island

Cinque Island has fine sandy-beach and sand–bar connecting North and South Cinque Islands and tropical rain-forest.


Guitar Island

Guitar Island has stunning beauty. It is situated close to Long Island and can be easily reached by water. The name is derived from its shape which is like a guitar. It is uninhabited and hence is loaded with peace and tranquillity. Overnight staying in Guitar Island is not possible.

go to the beach with your favourite book and music, lunch pack, drinks, towels and change of clothes and laze on the beach from early morning till sunset. Laze around the beach for hours. Interestingly, there is another island adjacent to Guitar Island which is also like a guitar in shape but smaller in size and hence called Small Guitar Island.


Button islands

There are three Button islands — South Button island, North Button island and Middle Button Island. These groups of islands is found off the coast of South Andaman Islands and forms a part of Rani Jhansi Marine National Park. The pleasant moderate oceanic climate make weather absolutely pleasurable in these islands.

Stewart Island Beach

Stewart Island Beach provides the ultimate experience of seclusion and peaceful viewing of sea, sand and surf. It makes for a pretty vacation point for those who wish to escape the rush of modern civilization. This beach is situated not very far from Mayabunder. The beach is quite isolated and absolutely uninhabited even though the rest of the island has population. The greenery and the view of a calm bright sea can be enjoyed without any interruption for hours together here on the Stewart Island Beach. It makes for a perfect, carefree and secluded sea viewing. 


Barren Island

Barren island of Andaman carries a geographical significance across the world. This island is of special interest as it possesses in its heart the only active Volcano in India which is also the only active volcano along the entire ring from Sumatra to Myanmar. Barren Island is located around 138 kilometres from Port Blair. The volcano has again started erupting in 2018 and is right now in active state. It receives a huge number of tourists who cross the seas just to have a thrilling look at the natural fire belly. As the name implies, Barren Island is mostly bereft of vegetation. Only a few goats and some birds, bats and flying foxes are known to survive miraculously in these extreme climatic conditions of the island. Scientists have studied the ongoing eruption and have concluded that the current spewing of ash and lava is actually benign. That actually makes this island visit safe from a measured distance.

Baratang Island

Explore Northern Andaman

This island between South and Middle Andaman has beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, mud-volcanoes and limestone caves. The limestone caves can be explored with the permission of the Forest Department at Baratang under proper local guidance. From Baratang Island (Nilambur Jetty), the limestone caves are about a half an hour boat ride through a wide creek, which leads to Nayadera Jetty and a further one and a half kilometre walk through the tropical forest. 

The boat ride that connects the location of these caves with Baratang Jetty passes through a narrow mangrove creek. Massive sedimentary limestone formations can be seen in the caves, some of which are hanging from the top and others are growing from the ground. Interestingly, these caves are constantly evolving in shape and size!

The mud volcano, which is formed by natural gases emitted by decaying organic matter underground, is accessible by roads leading from the Nilambur jetty. As the mud is pushed upwards by the gas, it deposits and hardens above the ground. As more mud oozes out and spills over the edge, it grows in size, gradually forming a miniature volcano with a rich and creamy mud crater at the top. There is also a small uninhabited island located near Baratang Jetty, best visited in the evening to see thousands of parrots descending every evening, earning it the name, Parrot Island. 


Baratang Island

Escape to a remote island paradise with! Our Baratang tour package offers an authentic and rustic travel experience, with virgin beaches, bird-watching opportunities and mangrove boat rides. And if you're a foodie, the mouth-watering authentic Indian cuisine is not to be missed. Book now and connect with nature like never before!

The Limestone Caves

Discover the hidden beauty of The Limestone Cave at Baratang on our expert-led tour. Be mesmerized by the magnificent stalactites, stalagmites, and rock formations while enjoying a scenic journey through mangrove-filled creeks and canals. The constant dripping of water from the ceiling sets a tranquil tone, making it an unforgettable experience. Reserve your spot today!


Mud Volcanoes

Experience the marvels of nature with our Mud Volcano tour. While it may seem unimpressive to some, our tour showcases the unique geological processes at play and the bubbling mud creates a fascinating sight. As the only known mud volcano in India, it's a must-see for any nature enthusiast. Join us on our tour and witness this natural wonder for yourself.

DhaniNallah Mangrove Nature Walkway

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with our Mangrove Nature Walk tour. Wander through the intricate root systems and catch a glimpse of the elusive creatures that thrive in these brackish waters. Our knowledgeable guides will teach you about the importance of mangroves in maintaining coastal ecosystems and protecting shorelines. Join us for an unforgettable living classroom experience and discover the hidden treasures of nature.

Turtle nesting

Get ready to witness one of nature's most incredible events with Our tour packages include the opportunity to watch turtle nesting and hatching, which takes place between October and March. Don't miss out on this unforgettable moment - book your tour now and experience this natural wonder for yourself.

Diglipur is being able to cover the mystic twin islands. Ross & Smith Islands are two separate islands connected by a slim fifty-meter long natural sand bar where travellers get to walk from one island to the other while being surrounded by crystal clear tranquil sea. Visible during low tides, the crescent-shaped "Sandbar Beach" gets submerged during high tide. While reading up on these islands, a description like picture-perfect virgin beaches, turquoise water and tropical forests, is most likely to come up. Lush forests envelop the beach and are ideal for exploring natural hiking trails.


The Parrot Island

The enchanting Parrot Island is the wonderful abode of thousands of parrot. They leave the island at around sunrise and again come back around sunset creating a flurry of energetic activities and the island seem to quiver green with the parrots returning to their abodes. It is haven for bird watchers, nature lovers, curious tourists and enthusiastic naturalists. This island is considered as the most beautiful island of Baratang area and is uninhabited. Its beauty emanates from its feathered inhabitants, the gorgeous parakeets. A boat ride around the island gives a great view of the island as well as the sunset spreads its warm golden glow and creates for a surreal beauty that is heavenly. The Parrot Island is located 30 kilometres from the Baratang Jetty.

 Rose &  Smith Island


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