Andaman Nicobar Islands
Turquoise waters sparkle, skies are a brilliant blue, and beauty is utterly indescribable on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Located off the coast of India, the territory has a large population of approximately four hundred thousand residents, all who enjoy the quality living and the splendor of living on a paradise on earth. Fresh seafood, friendly people, and a fusion of cultures and ethnicities await you at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
History, culture, and educational institutions abound in the bustling capital city of Port Blair, located on the eastern coast of the South Andaman Islands. Visitors to the area have the convenience of renting affordable hotels within the city, which include the Barefoot Scuba Resort, the Drew Dale Resorts, and the Fortune Resort Bay Island. Educational opportunities in Port Blair include the Carmel Senior Secondary School, Kamaraj Senior Secondary School, the Naval Children School, and the Government Teachers Training Institute. The city’s historic monument is the Cellular Jail, the three-story prison that incarcerated the Freedom Fighters. Their imprisonment was characterized by torture. Additional landmarks in Port Blair include Ross Island, its ruins reflecting the times of the old British regime. Explore the wildlife and natural beauty of the city at the Mini Zoo and Forest Museum, climb one of South Andaman’s highest points at Mount Harriet, or walk along the shore of Corbyn’s Cove. Just fifty seven kilometers from Port Blair is Havelock Island , with a total population of over five thousand residents. Havelock’s most popular beach is Radha Nagar, once named “Best Beach in Asia” by Time Magazine. Its shoreline stunning, and its waters crystal clear, Radha Nagar is a breathtaking sight that must be visited on a trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Attractions, landmarks, and tourist destinations don’t stop at Port Blair. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands flourish with natural wonders that can easily take one’s breath away. Walk the sparking shores of Karamatang Beach, where turtles nest, or scuba dive with a colorful array of marine life at the Harminder Bay Beach at Hut Bay Island. A boat trip to the islands is a must when visiting Andaman and Nicobar. Colorful clusters of coral and stunning marine life put on a brilliant underwater show at the islands of Jolly Buoy, Red Skin, and Clinique. Scuba dive in the crystal clear waters, or walk along the shore of the islands’ sparkling sand. The attractions of Andaman and Nicobar don’t stop at its breathtaking natural splendors. The Islands are also the home of a number of delicious eateries and restaurants that serve an assortment of cuisines that is sure to fit the craving of any taste bud. From ethnic Indian food to fresh sea food, a fine dining experience is guaranteed with any restaurant of your choosing. For North or South Indian food, the Megapode Nest in Port Blair, the Mandalay Restaurant and Nico Bar, the Annapurna Cafeteria, and the Light House Restaurant are only some of the many restaurants offering this particular type of Indian cuisine. Chettinadu, Continental, Tandoori, and Chinese are also available for a tasting. A spectacular time awaits you at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Whether you plan to visit or purchase or rent residential property, rest assured that the Islands will guarantee the comfort and relaxation of a paradise on earth.