Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Off The Beaten Path

  • Wandoor beach
    Wandoor beach
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  • Wandoor beach
    Wandoor beach
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  • Warnings of crocodiles you find on every beach
    Warnings of crocodiles you find on every...
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Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Off The Beaten Path

  • Visit Cellular Jail...!

    It is a century old cellular Jail...In which all political prisonners were kept in British Raaj ..! the punishment was called as KALA PANI that is dark black water punishment ...!It is now National monument..!Here at evening 5pm to 6 pm one Audio Vision Show is playing every day in which one can get the live information about the Jail ...!

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  • Roads of Andaman & Nicobar Island

    This may sound unusual for many. A tip on off the beaten path on the Roads? But, yes, since I am from India, our roads are in horrible state except for in South India. I cound not stop making a tip on the roads by seeing the city, village road condition. They are just superb, that also mean, people are less corrupt there, who do not steal money...

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  • Cellular Jail: Light & Sound Show

    Every evening the Cellular Jail organises two Light & Sound show in Hindi ( 6pm to7 pm) and in English ( 7pm to 8 Pm). They have dramatised the incidents of the jail in and around on the lone witness the Pippal Tree in the campus. The ordeal and torture of the prisoners was witnessed by the tree which may be several hundred years old. This is a...

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  • Hold the Jelly Fish In Your Hand

    In Redskin Beach, you encounter lot of Jelly fishes. You can take them in hand and enjoy it's beauty. A wonderful experience

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  • See The Under Water Coral At Redskin...

    The Redskin Island offers the lure of underwater coral gardens and unspoiled beaches. If you are really lucky you might even end up catching a view of the dolphins merrily playing in the emerald waters of the sea. This island is a great place for swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling. A boat departs Tues to Sun from Wandoor village to Red Skin and...

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  • Anthropological museum in Port Blair

    There are some indigenous tribal people who live their life as if in the Paleolithic age.You can learn about the tribes by visiting the Anthropological museum in Port Blair. This museum does not allow pictures to be taken. The Marine Museum in Port Blair also has information of tribal and allows pictures. Ask around in the shops and you can get a...

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  • A SECLUDED TREAT

    One of my Dad's buds from the Indian Navy, dude by the name of Baath, chucked up his job when he got sucked in by the undeniable pull of The Andamans. Now, he's one of the Islands' true characters.The photo alongside is the place he was planning to turn into a restaurant ( maybe he already has). Then, it had these charming wooden logs for chairs,...

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  • I WANDOOR WHAT IT IS ABOUT THIS PLACE

    So you're in Port Blair. You've woken up around 10, grabbed a cool shower, and stuffed yourself with a sinfully tasty Omlette Paratha. What next? Well, there's only one thing to do. Hop on a bike and ride down to Wandoor, more specifically, New Wandoor. This won't take you more than an hour, and you'll be zipping by some seriously beautiful...

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  • THE ISLAND REMAINS UNNAMED...

    See that litle spot of green beneath the huge, billowy cloud? Well, that's my secret island. With it's lovely little stretch of soft sand. And a huge cliff that stamps itself with such menacing authority, oblivious to the people on the shore, since its leafy peak can only be seen when circling the island by boat. This piece of magic lies just off...

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  • Scuba from a hand carved dingy

    I am used to going on dive trips on boats that cost tens of thousands of dollars. Going out for the dive on this dugout dingy really added to the charm of an Andaman dive.

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  • Head north first!

    As soon as you arrive in Port Blair we recommend getting on a boat to Diglipur (north 19 hours). After a 4-5 day boat to get to the Andamans this may sound a bit daunting but it's really worth it. Then you can slowly work your way south by truck/bus/boat.Avis Island - nr Mayabunder. The more people you can get the cheaper the huts. The Burmese...

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  • Head north first!

    As soon as you arrive in Port Blair we recommend getting on a boat to Diglipur (north 19 hours). After a 4-5 day boat to get to the Andamans this may sound a bit daunting but it's really worth it. Then you can slowly work your way south by truck/bus/boat.Avis Island - nr Mayabunder. The more people you can get the cheaper the huts. The Burmese...

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  • Barren Island

    This Island is about 135 Kms. from Port Blair is the land of volcano. Barren Island, the only active volcano in India. The Island, about 3 Kms. has a big crater of the volcano, rising abruptly from the sea, about 1/2 Km. from the shore and is about 150 fathoms deep. Can be visited on board vessels.

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  • Havelock Island

    This Island is about 38 Kms. from Port Blair, and provides a great resort in the lap of virgin beach and unpolluted environment. Camping facility is available near Radhanagar beach. A guesthouse of Tourism Department "Dolphin Resort" is available for the tourists

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  • Red Skin Island

    Another island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park has a nice beach and offers spectacular view of corals and marine life

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  • Cinque Island

    This Island has underwater coral gardens and unspoiled beaches specially a sand bar joining two islands .The sceneray is fantastic. A great paradise for Scuba diving, swimming, fishing and Camping.

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  • Islands of Andaman

    Jolly Buoy An island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, it offers a breath taking underwater view of coral and marine life. It is an ideal place for snorkeling , sea bathing and basking on the sun kissed beach.

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  • Elephant trail

    Once in Havelock, ask for the elephant beach difrections, most people reach this beach by boat, cos its pretty good for snorkeling... but its also possible and worth to do by a trailwich cross a small forest, ususally is very muddy trail, but you can do it, if you like some little adventure (nahhh, its basic and quite ok, but always, take care)...

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