Indiaís most famous tropical Island,
verdant and lush green where you will experience some of the
untouched Eco-spheres of pristine beauty beyond imagination.
The Andaman, a chain of Islands in the Bay of Bengal, remained
in a charmed cocoon from explores for centuries, as the
tempestuous waters and dense forest blocked all
entrances. As a result, today the islands are unspoiled
treasure trove of exotic flora. The midst of a
lapis lazuli sea, 650 different tropical plants
(540 indigenous to the island) grow in all their lush
greenery. Where nature has not woken up to the
rest of the world
[These Eco Tour Programs are best
run with minimum 6 travelers to a group & more]
The Andamans, a chain
of islands in the Bay of Bengal, remained in a charmed Cacoon
from explorers for centuries, as the tempestuous waters and
dense forest blocked all entrances. As a result, today the
islands are an unspoilt treasure trove of exotic flora. In the
midst of a lapis lazuli sea, 650 different tropical plants
(540 indigenous to the island grow in all their lush greenery.
Where nature has not waken up to the rest of the world.
A tropical shangrila, verdant and lush, these isles are
Indiaís answer to the best of Hawaii- and what is more they
are untouched and pristine beyond imagination.
Just picture this scenario golden white beaches, as clean and
uncluttered as on the day this earth was created. No tins, no
cans or plastic bags. No orange peels or slicks-just the call
of a cockatoo and your footprints on the sand. Fringing these
marvelous beaches on one side are some of the cleanest waters
under the shimmering turquoise and transparent as glass
beneath these, the fabulous coral reefs of the great Indian
Ocean invite you to marvel at their mysteries.
An unbelievable mere 15 meters away on the other side of this
sandy strip is a thick, dense rain forest with birds of
paradise and exotic blooms within arms reach.
Topographically the island are hilly in places, covered with
tropical jungle and interspread with flat stretches of
crescent shaped marvelous mix of natures most precious
delights the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one in a lifetime
The call of the wild, lure of the islands is backed by an
efficient tourist support network that caters to every
possible comfort. There are categories, island taxis, ferries,
boats and of course the entire sea adventure are full of
opportunities and equipment for swimming , scuba diving, wind
surfing, snorkeling or lazing on the beach - corbynís cove,
Sippi Ghat water sports complex, wonder beach, jolly bouy
island and the cinque islands are some adventure spots.
Take a walk in the moonlight. When the Sea the sand come alive
with a magical phosporescenes. When the bright yellow night
Hibicus has begun to bloom, when the Padauk tree with its
richly hued bark shines in shades varying from light cinnamon
to rich crimson.
Here one can hide away on an Island. A board signs supplied
once a week. So you can go back to nature in peace and
discover a whole new relationship together.
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are veritable garden of Eden and
a naturalists haven. The tropical rain forest and the warm
waters of the Indian. Ocean are the habitat of a vast
collection of plant, animal and marine life. The canopied
forests themselves have an amazing variety of timber, foliage
and blooms. The Andaman paduk, the yellow hibiscus, the while
lily, the pandanus, the exotic array of orchids, mangrove
forest, palms & evergreen creepers are to name but a few of
the 650 species of plant life found here.
By air - Indian airlines connects Port Blair with Calcutta,
There are ships sailing from Madras & Calcutta Ports and
occasional from Vishakapatnam. The journey takes approx. three
Welcome group Bay Island Hotel, on a hill above the sea.
Designed with local wood by Charles Correa, each room has
walls and a balcony, but the rest of the hotel, including the
bar and restaurant, is just verandah. So it is just a man and
The other casual but comfy hotel is the 40 room Andamans Beach
Resort Peerless at Corbynís cove beach. Set back from the sea
by a verdant garden.
While domestic tourist can visit any part of Andaman and
Nicobar except restricted areas, foreigners are allowed to
visit only the following areas with prior permission obtained
from : Indian Mission outside India.
Foreign Regional registration offices at Delhi, Bombay and