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The Andaman & Nicobar Islands:
So you have planned your wedding with perfection and every little thing has been taken care of. But what about your honeymoon? Of course with so many time tested and popular options, you can go to any place. But do you really like to spend perhaps the best periods of your life like others do. Why donít make it different to remember it all your life. If you donít want to follow the rut and are looking for making it perhaps the most memorable event of your life, be selfish and take time off to go to The Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The beauty of the virgin islands has to be seen to be believed and this wonderful yet relatively untapped tourist spot is perhaps the most ideal place for all nature lovers and adventurous kind. So switch off your mobiles and jet set and go to this wonderful yet virgin place for a life time to remember.
The place is a paradise and heaven for nature lovers. The clean environment and fresh air, roads, ever green vegetation. The tropical rain forests and waters of Bay of Bengal are the home of a vast collection of plant, animal and marine life.
Andaman is a collection of islands. Jolly Buoy islands located in the Mahatma Gandhi National Park are most popular for its breath taking view of the see vegetation, coral reefs and marine plants and life. Cinque island is famous for swimming, scuba diving, fishing and enjoying the nature at its best. Red skin island, Havelock islands, Baren island, Ross island, Viper island and Chatham island are the other islands which all have a history behind them and are a must see in this amazingly beautiful place.
Corbyn's Cove Tourism Complex is perhaps one of the most picturesque sea-beaches and is ideal for having a panoramic view of the pristine clean blue water and sun bathing. The Radhnagar Beach and Vijaynagar Beach are real exposures of unpolluted nature at its very best and are a treat to enjoy.
The Cellular jail in Port blair, made world famous for the hardships faced by freedom fighters who were housed in it is a must visit. The jail with its solitary cells is now a national monument and would take you back to the history of freedom struggle.
The place is endowed with rich museums such as forest museum, naval marine museum, fisheries museum, Zoological Survey of India museum, Anthropological museum, which have a very rich and untouched collection of wild life, see life, aromatic and exotic plants and tribal artifacts. Make it a point to visit these places to have a wonderful time.
How to go:
Port Blair is connected with Chennai and Calcutta by air. Presently domestic flights are operated by Alliance Air/Indian Airlines and Jet Airways to Port blair, the capital city. If you want to take a sea route than regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Calcutta and Vishakhapatnam and back. There are three to four sailings every month from Calcutta and Chennai to Port Blair and vice-versa. There is one sailing from Vishakhapatnam in a month. Air distance between Port blair and Chennai is 1335 kms. and between Kolkata and Port blair is 1300 kms. Distance between Vishakhapatnam and Port blair is around 1200 kms.
Where to stay:
The place offers myriad options ranging from comforts of a 5 star hotel to modest rest houses and Government accommodation. It would be good to do an advance booking especially during seasons. Off seasons discounts are also available during rainy season lasting from June to September.
Specialties of the place:
The Andamans were shrouded in the mystery for centuries due to its inaccessibility and untapped potential. However those who are looking forward to enjoy the nature at its very best, the islands are the paragon of beauty and present a landscape full with scenic and picturesque extravaganza. The and rich dense forest which cover these islands and the innumerable exotic flowers and birds create a highly poetic and romantic atmosphere for one and all.
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