A Safari tour of Andaman islands

Honeymoon marks the start of the lifetime journey and one would always want to make it the most memorable and relished one. Though honeymoon destinations in India are dime a dozen, but when we talk about the sun-kissed beaches, stunning rainforests, coral reefs, scuba diving, Andamanislands is the sole destination that comes into picture. I recommend andaman tour packages by Topical Andaman Tours.

 

Andaman is an archipelago of islands situated about 1,000 kilometers off the eastern coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. The exquisiteness of its aqua blue seas, thick forests and also the magnanimous
hills surrounding the islands are just perfect to flare up the romance between couples.

 

For shoppers, Andaman is the choicest place to buy conventional shell earrings, wristbands, necklaces and more. Adventure buffs visiting Andaman on their honeymoon can indulge in thrilling activities such as diving, trekking, snorkeling and campaigning, etc. To experience the local fervency of this island, you can enjoy the special tribal dance and tribal music performances on the beaches.

 

Here’re the top 5 things you must do in Andaman Islands to
make the most of your trip:

 

1 Scuba Diving and Snorkeling: The experience of exploring the vibrant sea life is simply marvelous and Andaman gives its visitors the privilege to explore the underwater world at barefoot scuba resort on Havelock island. It is equally good for novice and professional divers who are looking
for some fun diving.

2 Trekking at Madhuban: No visitor typically connects Andaman with trekking, but Madhuban -situated about 20 kilometers from Port Blair by boat is a perfect spot for it. Surrounded by immense flora and fauna, lush green forests, breath-taking natural beauty, Madhuban is truly a paradise
for trekkers.

 

3 Beach Bumming at Radha Nagar Beach: It is one of the most famous beaches in India. The beauty of these islands mesmerizes all the visitors big time. It is an apt place to sit back and relax while getting
soaked under the sun. Beaches in Andaman are crowded by thousands of visitors at once, which means you and your partner can spend some ‘We’ time together at these beaches and make it your own spot to sunbathe in.

 

4 Visiting the Cellular Jail: Not many honeymooners choose to visit this place because it sounds dark and depressing. But once you visit this place, you’ll surely have no regrets later as the story behind this
monument is equally enthralling. Being called as “Kaala Pani” in the ancient days, the cellular jail was used by Britishers as a provincial prison for political defendants. You must visit this memorial to understand the significance of this island in India’s fight for independence. Cellular jail is
open for visitors every Tuesday to Sunday between 8:45 to 12:00 pm in the morning and 1:30 to 5:00 in the evening. You will have to pay Rs. 10/- as entry charges to this memorial. For using cameras and video cameras, you are required to pay Rs 25/- and Rs. 100/- respectively for your every visit.

 

5 Ross and Smith Islands: Beautifully nestled in a small 200 acres farmstead, these islands are nothing less than a pleasure to the eye.These symbolize the liveliness which adds to the happiness in the moods of lovers. These twin islands of Smith and Ross are joined by a thin sandbar of
glittering white sand. These islands truly define the best of Andaman in their own way.

 

On the whole, Andaman is an ideal destination for every couple who wishes to spend a great time amidst the breathtaking natural beauty and magnificent surrounding, and equally not compromising on the adventurous part as well. Seafood in Andaman is simply amazing and is available at a
reasonable cost.

 

If you are planning your honeymoon in the Andaman Islands, buy Andaman Honeymoon tour package well in advance. It is a pocket-friendly ticket to paradise. Every Andaman Honeymoon tour package includes all the itineraries of your choice and is aimed to make your journey the most happening
and cherished one.

 

 

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