The Andamans have finally lost its dreaded tagline of “Kaalapani” or the Black Waters, a feared island where prisoners were deported during the British Raj. It is now one of the most sought after destinations in the country and attracts a bunch load of tourists every year. If you are on the lookout for lazy, leisurely holidays, a trip to Andamans is highly recommended. You can indulge in lazy afternoon siestas on the beach or go on casual explorations across the island; either way, Andamans enough on its platter to keep you preoccupied.The exotic tropical island is surrounded by cobalt waters on all side, and is lined by white, sandy sun kissed, palm fringed beaches that seem straight out of a tropical beach destination brochure. The major USP of the beaches is their lack of crowds, the bane of over commercialization. Here, you can enjoy a peaceful walks amidst nature or frolic across the cool waters, gently lapping against your feet. Against its backdrop, is the thick foliage of a lush green (tropical) rain forest that is populated with unique wildlife species. There is also an active volcano at vicinity, in case you seek the thrill of more adventure.
The island is densely populated with beautiful scenic beaches that are major tourist attractions. Some of the most popular beaches on the island are:
Corbyn’s Cove Beach
Long Island Beach
Adventure with exoticism
The Andaman Islands are known for tropical extravagance. On the flip side, it also offers a host of adventure related activities to visitors too. Therefore, while you are visiting on an Andaman Tour, you can explore the exotic underwater marine life and beauty of the enticing corals reefs while snorkeling or scuba diving. It will certainly be one of the most coveted experiences you have on the island. Besides, you could certainly indulge in the water sports that take place for tourist facilities.