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The sea, the sand, and the sun. Do these three words dream up a mesmerizing scene in your imagination, attracting you away from your desk to your ideal vacation spot? If you answered yes, it's time to pack your bags and book Andaman tour package offered by Lock Your Trip and travel to Andaman, a group of 572 islands in the Bay of Bengal that is considered one of India's most stunning tourist destinations.

Its white sand beaches and crystal-clear water will definitely make you grateful that you chose this amazing spot for your long-awaited vacation, the trip to Andaman can be the most memorable trip of your entire life. Let’s talk about few best places to visit in Andaman: 


Radhanagar Beach

The Radhanagar beach is located on Havelock Island, is recognized as the 8th Most Beautiful Beach in the World and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Andaman. Radhanagar Beach, with its blue waves and rich green tropical jungle, is a great spot for nature lovers and adventurers. Its bright sky, quiet waters, and rich and well-preserved marine life and coral reefs make it one of the best spots to visit in Andaman, as well as the most popular destination for activities such as swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing and boating


Cellular Jail

The Cellular Jail, popular as Kala Pani, is an ancient colonial jail located in Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands' capital. The jail was built by the British during their colonial rule in India and was mostly used to imprison Indian political prisoners. Many important liberation fighters, including Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, were imprisoned there. The jail complex is presently held by the Indian government, and it is designated as a national memorial monument that represents the lives of British criminals. Cellular Jail is a popular tourist site in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, where tourists may learn about the jail's history and see a light show in honor of all those who have been imprisoned there. 

The Cellular Jail is an important part of India's history and serves as a important reminder of all the sacrifices made by Indian freedom fighters in the battle for independence. 


Parrot Island

Parrot Island is considered a bird's paradise and is one of the most picturesque areas of Baratang Island. Tourists from all around the world come to see the true beauty of heavens. The sound of thousands of parrots surrounds you as soon as you arrive on Parrot Island. For nature lovers, bird watchers, and animal lovers, this is a paradise. Parrot Island is home to a variety range of parrot and parakeet species. Riding a boat gives you the opportunity to stare out over the huge expanse of crystal blue water. On this island, you may do bird watching, boating, sightseeing at sunset, photography, and adventurous trekking. According to some local residents, as soon as the sun goes down, a group of five parrots rushes to this Parrot Island to explore the surroundings. Within 10 minutes of sharing their inspection information via coded signals, you can watch more birds flying in from all directions. 


Ross Island

Ross Island also known as Netaji Subhash Bose Island is located approximately 2 kilometers east of Port Blair. It was originally the British administrative headquarters, but it is now simply an uninhabited island. After an earthquake at Ross Island in 1941; the British evacuated the island and moved to Port Blair. At first look, it's hard for people to believe that this deserted island formerly had a bazaar, a church, stores, a bakery, a water treatment plant, a tennis court, a printing press, a secretariat, a hospital, a cemetery, and other significant institutions. Except for some of these landmarks, everything has vanished today. The Indian Navy was able to repair several ancient structures, such as local businesses and a bakery, to give tourists a sense of a bygone period. 


Samudrika Marine Museum

Samudrika Marine Museum, a famous tourist destination in Andaman managed by the Indian Navy, is one of its types in Port Blair, showing marine life in all of its bright aspects. It contains a large variety of corals, seashells, fish, and many marine animal species in various shapes and prints. The museum is separated into five distinct sections: Maritime Archaeology, Andaman History, Marine Life, Geographical Information, and Andaman People. The museum's main goal is to raise knowledge about the sea environment and marine creatures. The museum's best attraction is the skeleton of a newborn blue whale that washed up on the coast of Andaman and Nicobar. A small zoo within the museum grounds houses a few saltwater crocodiles.  The museum's in-house aquarium, which features regional variety of marine plants and animals, is another highlight. The curio shop on the museum grounds sells excellent handicrafts, bamboo crafts, sea shell knick-knacks, and other items. To conclude, the museum acts as a reservoir for marine species and wildlife found in Andaman's pristine environment. 


The Great Nicobar Island

The Great Nicobar Island is the biggest of India's Nicobar Islands, with an total area of 1,045 square kilometres. The island, however, is poorly occupied, with a population of about 10,000 people. The region was heavily impacted by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which resulted in many deaths, and was cut off from the outside world for a few days. Nonetheless, the great Nicobar island is well-known for its rainforest, which is home to a variety of animals and is also a World Biosphere Reserve. The island also has an indigenous tribe known as the Shompen, which is one of the world's oldest tribes. 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are known for their calm and charming beaches, as well as a rich reserve of exotic flora and wildlife. Although it is difficult to include all of the locations in one trip to Andaman, we have made a attempt to list the places we believe are of great importance and Lock Your Trip tries to included these places in tour itinerary.



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