The largest town in North Andaman, Diglipur town is filled with tourists throughout the year. The rich natural treasures of this island attract tourists in large numbers. One can witness mud volcanoes and a superb marine ecosystem in Diglipur Island. The two famous attractions in the town are The Saddle Peak and the Kalpong River. Apart from these, a few places which are located near to this town and are visited by tourists are Ross and Smith Islands, Ram Nagar, Kalipur and Lamiya bay.
The twin islands of the Andaman archipelago, the Rose-Smith Islands are among the most exotic islands in Andaman. The beauty of these two twin-islands is breathtaking and one is sure to have a memorable time visiting these islands. Camping is the most preferred activity in the Ross-Smith Islands.
Rangat is a destination in Andaman that is filled with verdant coconut trees, giving a serene environment to its visitors. Located at a distance of 210 km from Port Blair, Rangat is mostly inhabited by Bengali and Tamil people. It is an ideal destination for water sports and adventure lovers as it facilitates river rafting, trekking, scuba diving etc. So, travel to Rangat with your family or friends and have an amazing time with them.
Cutbert Bay Beach
The turtle nestling ground of Andaman, the Cutbert Bay Beach is one of the most frequented destinations in Andaman. It is at a distance of 20 km from Rangat bazaar. If one wants to witness turtle nestling, then this is the ideal destination. The best time to visit this beach is from the month of December to the month of February. You may also visit the turtle sanctuary, which is located not very far from the beach.
In the beautiful island of Baratang that stretches up to 238 square km, tourists may witness mud volcano and limestone caves. You can also enjoy visiting the Baludera beach, the Roglachang beach and the Parrot Island. This island is situated at a distance of 90 km from Port Blair and you can easily reach this island from the capital.
To witness colourful parrots in Andaman, one should hop the Parrot Island in Baratang. You are sure to watch different kinds of parrots flying back to their homes in the island. For all the bird lovers, this island is a must-visit destination.
One among the most frequented islands in Andaman is the Havelock Island, which is an ideal destination for tourists to spot dolphins. The majority of the population in the island is Bengalese. One interesting thing about this island is that the villages exist number wise. Thus, village number 1 and 3 are very famous in the island. Village number 1 functions as a boat dock, whereas village number 3 is a colourful bazaar. If you visit Havelock Island, you are sure to spot dolphins almost everywhere in the island.
Surrounded by banana plantations, magnificent tropical trees and paddy fields on the three sides, the triangular Neil Island is surreal. In the Neil Island, you can enjoy strolling around the beaches of Sitapur, Bharatpur and Lakshmanpur. One can enjoy the feeling of soft sand against his feet and eventually return with a refreshed body and mind from the beaches. The Howra Bridge is among the most famous tourist spots in the Neil Island.
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (Wandoor)
The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (Wandoor) is a wonderful tourist spot in Andaman, which depicts the fantastic marine life of Andaman and it facilitates different sports activities. For scuba divers, this Park is one of the ideal spots in Andaman.
The third highest peak in Andaman & Nicobar Island, Mount Harriet is apt for peak lovers. It serves as a city viewpoint for tourists and one can enjoy the lovely view of the city of Port Blair from the summit. If you travel to the islands of Andaman, then visiting Mount Harriet should be in your bucket list.