Visit Andaman Islands for a perfect monsoon escapade

 Friday, July 21, 2023

Andaman and Nicobar Islands, isolated from mainland India, has recently gained popularity as a major tourist attraction.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands offers a variety of scenic views to satisfy your heart and soul. Recently, it gained popularity as a honeymoon destination among many couples.

This Indian Archipelago is situated in the Bay of Bengal, with its palm lines, white beaches and beautiful waves of the ocean lashing the shore. The tropical rainforest and mangroves are the true reflection of the Coral Island.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands offers ample of opportunities for different adventure sports. It has wild life sanctuaries like Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park — a beautiful blend of coral reefs and mangrove forests.

Port Blair: Sea Capital

Port Blair is the capital of this place, having the only airport in the island. The Havelock Island can calm down your soul with its magnificent scenic beauty. Let’s check on the things to do at Andaman and Nicobar Islands during monsoon days.

Dive deep into the ocean

If you think Andaman is a beautiful sight-seeing destination, you are mistaken. Andaman and Nicobar is the hub of water adventure sports like scuba diving, boat riding and many others. To dive in the ocean and experience the marine world’s epitomic beauty, you need not be a good swimmer. Also, you can go for a relaxing glass bottom boat ride where you can see the underwater world crystal clear just from the boat. If you are an ocean person, Andaman is definitely your spot to relish. Also, you must experience the banana boat ride in Andaman.. You can indulge in these activities at Port Blair and Jolly Buoy Island.

Havelock Island and activities

If you ever wanted to parasail and glide through the sky, where you can look down and enjoy the nerve-racking view of sea rushing by, Havelock Island is just your place. This is a blend of water and air adventure, altogether. You will be tied with a water boat, and an open parachute on your back will make gliding easier through the sky and let you enjoy the chill running down your spine. Though in monsoon days, the parasailing prices goes a bit higher than usual, it is definitely worth the price. Also, you can go for a sea walk at the Elephant Beach of Havelock. Sea walk is a way where you can actually walk down the sea with the help of scuba divers and trained sea walking instructors. If you are scared of scuba and still want to enjoy the coral underwater experience, this is the way.

Also, you can enjoy Bioluminescence at Havelock when thousands of stars form a galaxy beneath the feet dipped in water. This happens on no moon nights and is an ultimate bliss to experience. Also, swimming with an elephant and riding in a sea plane should be in your bucket list.

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