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Places to Visit in Andaman &Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar Islands Anthropological Museum, which is located at the Phoenix Bay, displays facts about the local tribes of the region. The museum was established in the year 1975. It is one of its kind museum that displays facts about the four Negroid tribes of the Andaman Islands and two Mongloid tribes of the Nicobar Islands.

The main articles that are displayed at the Anthropological Museum in Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the various handicrafts, tools, arts and crafts, implements, photographs, etc., that dates back to the era of reign of the above listed tribes. There are many other items kept for display that reflect the cultural beliefs and traditions of the tribes of Andaman and Nicobar islands.

The four Negroid tribes of the Andaman on whom the Anthropological Museum of Andaman and Nicobar Islands displays the various facts are Onges, Sentinelese, Jarawas and Andamanese. The two Mongloid tribes of Nicobar Islands are the Shompens and Nicobarese.

The Anthropological Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses various photographs which showcase the living style of the above listed tribal people. Apart from the photographs, the museum also houses models made up of clay that display the types of houses, utensils, ornaments, equipments, clothes, etc. used by these tribes.

You can visit Anthropological Museum at any time of the year. The museum remains closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Go and check out the lifestyles of the ancient tribes who can still be located deep inside the islands of Andaman and Nicobar

Barren Island, which is located in the Andaman Sea, has the distinction of being the only active volcano in India. The volcanic island lies only 135 kilometers away from the capital city Port Blair. The island that measures around 3 kilometers has a large crater of the volcano that rises around half kilometers away from the shore of the sea. The depth of the crater is measured around 150 fathoms.

Though there is no monuments or any such thing on Barren Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, but still people like to have a glimpse of it. So they travel through ships and without getting down on the island they get the whole enchanting feeling of the island.

The volcano at Barren Island at Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Stratovolcano with pyroclastic cones. The volcano at this island is covered. The place is many a times visited by scientists for some research work.

The first volcanic eruption was recorded in the year 1787. Since then the Barren Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands has witnessed many such eruptions. This is one reason why the place is not accommodated by any life except few goats, birds, bats, etc. who can live in the tough conditions.

In the south eastern part of the Barren Island, two cold water fountains have been located in the dry drains. The distance between the two springs are 100 meters. The largest specie of fauna available at Barren Island is feral goat. They are believed to have been left over by some sailors. But the most amazing thing about these wild beasts is that they survive in such tough environment.

Chidiya Tapu, also known as the bird island, is located 25kms from Port Blair in the southernmost tip of South Andaman. Chidiya Tapu is a small village with lush green mangroves, tranquil islands, and forest bestowed with numerous chirping birds, making it an ideal picnic spot.

Chidiya Tapu, well known for its rich collection of birds, white spotted deer and orchids, draws many visitors, and is a perfect place for nature lovers. The sky of Chidiya Tapu is filled with around 46 species of birds namely, drongos, hanging parrot, scarlet minivet, emerald dove, long-tailed and red-breasted parakeets, white-bellied sea eagles and grey-fronted and imperial green pigeons to name a few.

Chidiya Tapu is well known for its green landscape, enthralling beaches, variety of corals, vivid butterflies and most significantly, the exquisite view of the setting sun in the horizon. The main attractions here include the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, Chidiya Tapu Beach, the Sylvan Sands and the Munda Pahar beaches. There is a forest guest house located atop the hillock that offers a panoramic view of the entire village as well as islands beyond.

The water in this region is alive with bright corals which makes it an excellent site for snorkelling. Incidentally, Chidiya Tapu Beach offers a variety of sea shells which makes shell craft a prime industry of the Chidiya Tapu. Some of the shell products which are sold here are table lamps, ashtrays, bangles, decorative boxes and show pieces.

Situated in North Andaman Island, Diglipur provides a rare experience for eco-friendly tourists. It is famous for its oranges, rice and marine life. Saddle Peak, 732 metres, the highest point in the islands is nearby. Kalpong, the only river of Andaman flows from here. The first hydroelectric project of the islands is coming upon this river. One who comes by road from Port Blair has to take a boat from Mayabunder to Kalighat and from there journey by road to Diglipur (25 kms.), and from there to Kalipur (18 kms.) for viewing, Kalipur and Lamiya bay beaches. Directorate of Tourism provides comfortable accommodation at Turtle Resort, Kalipur. The Water Sports Centre is near by. Those who want to go for trekking to Saddle Peak can collect trekking equipments on hire from Turtle Resort and start trekking from Kalipur. Ram Nagar beach (15 kms. away from Kalighat) is famous for Turtle nesting during December – February season. One who comes by boat from Port Blair will reach Aerial bay jetty, which is very near to places like Diglipur.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands Fisheries Museum is located close to the Andaman Water Sports Complex. This museum is an ideal place to visit for the tourists who are interested in marine life. The Fisheries Museum of Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses as many as 350 different species of marine life. The Fisheries Museum in Andaman and Nicobar Islands remains closed on national holidays and Mondays.

A tourist can visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Fisheries Museum, a veritable treasure house of marine life at a very affordable rate: Rs. 2 per adult visitor and Re. 1 per child visitor. One can even capture the rare and fascinating marine life on reel. The rates for video recording at Fisheries Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Rs. 25.

The different kinds of marine life that are on display at the Andaman and Nicoabar Fisheries Museum have been collected from the Andaman Islands islands itself and found in the Bay of Bengal and the Indo-Pacific Ocean. These varieties of marine life are exclusive to the Andaman Islands. The varied collection of the museum include sharks, live corals, starfish and polyps.

To visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Fisheries Museum, one has to travel to the Andaman Islands in the Indian union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It lies in the immediate vicinity of the Andaman Water Sports Complex. One can easily travel to the Andaman Islands both by sea and by road. However, one should not miss the wonderful experience of traveling on a ship to these islands.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands Forest Museum is located close to the famous zoo at Haddo. The Forest Museum of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an ideal place to visit for the tourists interested in the forests of the Andaman Islands. The Forest Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands has a variety of scale models on display. This museum remains closed only on Sundays and all the national holidays.

The Forest Museum in Andaman and Nicobar Islands was established by the department of forestry. This museum bears testimony to a wide range of activities related to the forestry department. The collection of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Forest Museum also includes different decorative pieces made up of reputed varieties of timber which are found in the Andaman Islands. Some of these varieties are Marble, Pedauk, Peauma, Satinwood and Gurjan.

To visit the the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Forest Museum, one has to go to the Andaman Islands. The tourists do not have to face much of a problem to travel to these islands, as they are linked to some major locations of mainland India both by seaways and by airways. By air, one can reach Port Blair with the help of the flights operated regularly between the major destinations of Kolkata, Port Blair and Chennai.

It is advisable not to miss the opportunity to experience a short-time voyage to the union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The visitors can travel to this place by the passenger ships available from the important cities of Vishakhapatnam and Kolkata to Port Blair. Ships are also available from Chennai to Port Blair.

The gorgeous twin islands of Andaman and Nicobar are blessed with the presence of another petite island designated as Jolly Buoy which is regarded as one of those majestic and enticing locales which virtually beckons with its irresistible charm and splendor. In fact, the Jolly Buoy is cautiously cradled in the heart of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.

If you happen to possess a mellow spot for exploring the enigmatic and intriguing underwater life, the venue of Jolly Buoy in Andaman and Nicobar islands will certainly not disappoint you. As a matter of fact, an entire array of diverse corals and baffling marine life dwells in the emerald blue waters of the immense seas.

Corals are belong to the taxonomic group of Anthozoa which produce ample qualities of calcium carbonate to assist in building reefs frequently encountered in tropical oceans. They mostly acquire the shape of sea-anemone resembling polyps. The corals are extremely fragile as they easily succumb to even minute rises in the temperature of the water. They are also susceptible to slight drop in the salinity level of the water.

Another variety of water sports is also practiced at Jolly Buoy of Andaman and Nicobar islands, known as snorkeling. At the amateur level, snorkeling can be described as the swimming on the surface of water while being fitted with a diving mask regarded as a snorkel. The individual performing this nerve-wrecking feat also wears swim fins for assistance. Sometimes, if the water is too chilled, it is advisable to put on a wet suit.

Among other activities that are performed at the Jolly Buoy at Andaman and Nicobar islands are sea-bathing and just chilling out on the sunny beaches.

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is a national park of India in Wandoor on the Andaman Islands. Situated 29 km. from Port Blair, the Park is located on the South Western coast of South Andaman, in the Bay of Bengal. The parks boundary runs along the coasts as well as some time along island within the range of latitude between 11°22, 06" and 11° 36 -34" N and longitude between 92° 30.00"W and 92° 40.33' E covering a total area of 281 50 ha (281.5 sq km).

15 islands and several islets of the labyrinth group of islands, like Alexandra, Red Skin, Boat, Hobday, Tarmugli, Grub, Chester, Snob, Bell, Pluto, Malay, Jolly Boys, Riflemen, Twins and parts of Rutland island make up this park.

The park was closed for rehabilitation after the 2004 tsunami, but has since reopened, with damage seeming to be less than originally reported. Both Red Skin and Jolly Bouy islands are open during season. The park is under the overall administrative control of the Chief Wildlife Warden of the forest department of A&N islands administration. Though the park is uninhabited, there are 8 villages adjacent to the park area with a population of about 3000 (1981 census).

Flora and fauna

The area includes vast stretch of enchanting marine waters, bushy vegetated islands, magnificent coral reefs and sparkling sandy beaches and mangroves. Rich marine life consists of variety of coral reefs, colourful fishes, molluscs, shells, starfish, turtles, salt-water crocodile etc.

Climate is typically tropical. During Oct- Feb is most comfortable. Nights are quite cool and comfortable.

Mayabunder is second largest Tehsil or Division in Andaman and Nicobar Islands with an area of 1348 sq km. It is located about 136 km away by sea way and 240 km by Road way from Port Blair. Mayabunder town serves as administrative District headquarter of North and Middle Andaman. Major islands of this division are Stewart Island, Curlew Island, Avis Island and Interview Island. The people of these islands survive with the business of tourism, farming or fishing. According to the census report of India 2011 approximately 105539 people reside here.

Some major attractions of the city are Avis Island Beach, Mangrove lined creeks, Karmatang Beach, Rampur Beach and many more. Each and every tour spots of Mayabunder are accessible by roadways or waterways from Mayabunder town. After Port Blair, Mayabunder is the only other island having facility of harboring passenger ships from the mainland and there have also a government collage named Mahatma Gandhi Govt. College.

If you bored with your daily busy life then Maya Bunder would be a suitable destination to you for refreshes your mind. The environment and atmosphere of this region is very pure and quite with lots of natural beauties. Mayabunder Island beaches have provided lots of facilities to traveler to enjoy their best holyday like beach combing, sunbathing, snorkeling, surf riding, swimming, fishing, trekking in Jungle, sailing and many more.

Some attractive spots at Mayabunder

Karmatang Beach: Karmatang Beach is a turtle nesting ground located just 13 km from Mayabunder Jetty. You can reach to Kalighat (Diglipur) through the creek by boat from this beach. In the season during December to February is best to travel here to view nesting of turtles. Avis Island: Avid Island located just two km East from Mayabunder main market. It takes about 30 minute’s boat journey from Mayabunder Jetty to reach here. You will discover a little beautiful sea beach in Avis Island.

Rampur Beaches: Rampur is a small beach holds less shades and a nearby mangrove forest. You can also travel to Rampur Village to know the cultures rural people.

Mini Zoo, as the name suggests, is a small zoo situated at Haddo in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Zoo is famed to popularity mainly due to its Crocodile breeding program. The breeded crocodiles can be spotted in the wild waters surrounded by dense green forests.

The Zoo is credited with about 200 species of birds and animals. All common birds and animals are allowed to live in this zoo. Andaman pig and Nicobar pigeon are two rare species of animals which can be spotted here.

Mini Zoo is open to visitors on all days except for Mondays from 8 am to 12 noon and 1 pm to 5 pm.

The Cellular Jail is located at Port Blair in the ANDAMAN and NICOBAR Islands. Built in 1906 by the British Government, it silently stood witness to the tortures and ruthless atrocities meted out to the convicts, who were imprisoned in this jail. The prison acquired the name ‘cellular’, as it was entirely made up of individual cells which were meant for the solitary confinement of the prisoners, cutting them from contact with each other. Several eminent revolutionaries of India have been imprisoned in this jail, and they include Babarao Savarkar, Vinayal Damodar Savarkar, Barindra Kumar Ghosh and Batukeshwar Dutt amongst others.

The building originally comprised seven wings, intersected from a central watchtower. A guard used to keep a check on the prisoners from this tower. In addition, the Cellular Jail also has a large bell, which served as an alarm during emergencies. Each wing in this jail was three storied, which consisted of altogether 698 cells, each cell measuring 4.5 metre x 2.7 metre. The cells had built-in ventilators at a height of 3 metre. The building was subsequently damaged due to earthquake and tsunami, and today only three of the wings remain intact.

The Cellular Jail is today acknowledged as a National Memorial monument. In addition, visitors can also enjoy a Sound and Light show in Hindi as well as in English conducted during evening within the premises of the Cellular Jail. This program depicts the heroic Freedom Struggle and the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters and truly touches the soul of every Indian. The show gives us a brief idea about the brutal happenings in the jail prior to India’s independence and other historical events regarding this place. The place also has a Martyr’s memorial, a museum, and a photo gallery and art gallery as well, reminiscing India’s struggle for independence.

It is the exotic locale of the Red Skin Island at Andaman and Nicobar Islands that attracts visitors from all across the globe due to its unique and enigmatic beauty that will surely captivate you in a state of trance. Being positioned inside the premises of the Marine National Park, the Red Skin Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands is bequeathed with a varied range of natural marvels which truly dazzles the on-lookers.

The diverse species of corals can be observed in their natural ambiance. If you happen to be an adrenaline freak and enticed by water sports, the Red Skin Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands will surely live up to your expectations as there is plenty of scope for snorkeling. Basically, snorkeling is the name dowered to the gliding over the surface of the water while being half-submerged. It is absolutely essential to have a diving mask on so that you do not miss viewing the marine fauna and flora that exists beneath the surface of the water. You can also have swim fins on to facilitate you to in swimming.

While, snorkeling keep in mind that a wet suit is compulsory if the temperature of the water is low.

From every Tuesday to Sunday, boats depart from the rural settlement known as the Windsor Village destined for the Red Skin Island. It approximately takes 1 ½ hours to reach the Red Skin Island. But you have to return at 5:00 P.M., as one can only spend a few hours there.


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