5 Islands to Visit in Andaman and Nicobar
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are the dream honeymoon destination of many couples. You will find beaches all around you and only a few things are more romantic than the sea. The resorts at the Andaman Nicobar Islands are all amazing and known for their wonderful hospitality. When booking your Andaman Nicobar honeymoon package, you would come across various water activities and all the different ways you can spend your time at the islands. There is so much to do that you would not spend a single day getting bored. The impressive water activities are always there to keep you busy and keep the fun going, while the beautiful rainforests provide plenty of opportunities for the trek enthusiasts to go trekking and exploring. The historical landmarks and museums give you plenty of insight to the islands’ past and their history. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are home to an impressive 572 islands and it might be a little overwhelming when you are deciding where to start. So, we give you a list of five islands to help you out with planning your tript.
Known as the vegetable bowl of the Andaman Islands, Neil Island’s climatic conditions make it ideal for cultivation of fruits and vegetables. The best thing about Neil Island is that, although it is not totally isolated, it has lesser resorts and thus offers lesser water activities compared to its neighbors, which means less crowd. The island is small and flat, which makes it ideal for long walks and bicycle rides. Spend your honeymoon away from the rest of the world as you bathe in the peace and serenity of Neil Island. It is a lover’s paradise and ideal for your romantic getaway.
The Cinque Island is divided in two parts, North and South Cinque Islands by a sandbar. It is an isolated island which is mostly unexplored as you would need to book a private boat to reach the island. And you also need a special permit from the government to get there. But the isolation is what makes this island beautiful. While other beaches are crowded with activity, it is at this island you truly get to get away from the world and be with one another’s company. It is a romantic experience and the sandy beaches and clean ocean of this island would be the highlight of your trip.
Long Island is a hidden gem in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands that is still unexplored by many. You would not find the luxuries of proper roads and vehicles on this island, which makes the trip eco friendly. Because a lot of people do not know about this island and a lot less go through the trouble of traveling there, it is comparatively untouched. Which is what makes this island so appealing, it is not crowded and it has a wonderful rainforest covering it, that make it a perfect spot for trekking. Although, a visit to Long Island will require a ten or more days’ visit to the Andaman.
Jolly Buoy Island
Jolly Buoy is a tiny island, which is a preserved area. Protected by the Andaman administration, the island is a no plastic zone and hence maintains its natural state and cleanliness. One side of this small island is a beach while the rest of it is a dense tropical rainforest with rich biodiversity. The other side of the island ends on a cliff in the forest that ends in water. The water around the island is shallow and you have a great view of the colorful fishes and the magnificent coral reef. Snorkeling in these waters is an experience like no other.
Ross & Smith Islands
What sets this one apart, from the rest on the list, is that it is a set of two separate islands joined together by a sandbar. During high tides, the sandbar disappears and the islands are separated and during low tides the sandbar reappears and they are joined again. The clear water of the islands make them a perfect spot for the tourists who enjoy sunbathing. There is also a marine sanctuary where you can spot coral reefs and colorful underwater species. The islands are kept clean and are also a favorite spot for trekking and hiking because of their luscious rainforests.
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