Andaman has always been one destination that every traveler craves to set their foot on. And there are reasons more than one as to why all these explorers have this aching desire to visit this place. It’s irresistible beauty being the number one, there are many more other aspects that draw people to this place.If you plan to visit andaman be sure to visit tropicalandamans.com to choose a suitable andaman tour package according to your interests.
Here are the top 6 reasons as to why Andaman is the most sought-after destination by all wanderers in India.
Enticing beauty and mesmerizing views:
Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most beautiful places in the whole world. Amidst the Indian Ocean Andaman and Nicobar Islands sits peacefully undisturbed by modern development and still very true to its natural self. It is one place where you can still feel the gentle breeze and fresh air untouched by pollution. Along with the dazzling white sand and deep blue ocean, White surf falls and whisper waves just adds on to the heavenly beauty of these islands. The beauty of Andaman and Nicobar Island is so precious that we can even see it in an Indian 20 rupees note.
Exotic species of flora and fauna:
What would beauty of Andaman and Nicobar be without the wild species of rare vegetations and aquatic life. Andaman and Nicobar Island is home to species such as Dermocheleys Coriacea, largest sea turtle, Birgus Latro, largest crab, Dugong and swiftlet birds. We can also find a very rare Pandunus fruit and lots of mangroves. Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a must visit place if you like to explore these species.
Geography of Andaman:
Besides being small pieces of scattered Islands; Mud Volcanoesin Dilgipur and Active Volcanoes in Barren Island is something you’d love to see min Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands hold a very important space even in history. During colonization Andaman and Nicobar Islands were important headquarters for British and Japanese. We can also see the remains of unjust colonial rule by the British in kala pani jail.
In terms of Economy, Andaman and Nicobar holds a great lot of importance for attracting tourist and developing the tourism industry. Sea plane from Port Blair to Havock Island, is one very attractive mode of transport mainly used by tourists and is the first sea plane in India.
As Andaman and Nicobar Island is still untouched by modern developments, we can still find tribes living in their indigenous habitat. Tribes such as Bale, Bea, Bo, Jeru, Juwoi, Cari, Kede, Kol, Kora, Jangil, Jarawa, Onge and Sentinelese are still found to be living in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. These tribes somehow have come in contact with modern human civilization, though not completely influenced. However, Sentinelese tribes residing in the North Sentinelese Islands are one tribe that is untouched by human civilization. They do not welcome any human contact and shower any external contact with arrows and stones. It is the most hostile tribe in Andaman and Nicobar Island, and the only tribe in the world untouched by modern world.