Must Visit Places in Andaman

Somebody in a blog said it as- “This morning I woke up with blurry sense of humour. The red and green curtains in my rooms didn’t make any sense. It wasn’t raining outside and the fan wasn’t making sounds. I buried my face back into the pillow, knowing that I am not in Andaman any more, knowing that I am back to my world, back to the daily routine of life. My stay was hardly for a week but I know it will take me more than that to recover from the missing sickness. I miss the ‘small town’ city, I miss the twists and turns of the road, I miss the lined up greenery everywhere, I miss the never ending sea – the dancing of the waves, the chirping of the hiding birds, the nature at its best… I miss Andaman, so much..” – by Shalinijena

Around Neil Island

  • Neil Island

    Cheerful to doze in the shades of its more famous island neighbour, tranquil Neil is still the place for that added bit of relaxation. Neil is a tiny but beautiful island located 37 Kms. to the south of the Andaman Islands. With unexplored coral reefs, brilliant bio-diversity, white sandy beaches and tropical forest and vegetation, it is one of the hot tourist spots in the Andamans. Neil Island is known as the ‘vegetable bowl’ of the Andamans. The settlers named the beaches after mythical characters of the epic Ramayana (Bharatpur, Laxmanpur, Sitapur, Ramnagar etc.)

  • Lakshmanpur Beach

    West side of the jetty is Lakshmanpur village and the whole stretch of western side is Laxamanpur beach in Neil Island. It is very long white sandy beach and the sunset at this beach is awesome. One or two (with hand in hand ) can have a long walk on the beach with touching seawater in the feet. The beauty of this beach multiplies when it is high tide. During low tide one can spot the rocks and it is dangerous with barefoot. It is advisable to wear water friendly shoes in low tide. All the famous resorts are located near to this beach and that make this beach most popular as you don’t need wings to go there. Just walkin…

  • Ramnagar Beach

    The Ramnagar beach situated in the immediate west of south of Neil Island. It is on the west side of the Sitapur beach together making it quite lengthy beach.

  • Bharatpur Beach

    Half a kilometer from the jetty, the Bharatpur Beach is famous for coral watching and swimming. One can hire glass-bottom boats for coral viewing. The tint and form of vegetation along the coast pacifies the senses.

  • Sitapur Beach

    The Sitapur Beach is located at Neil Island and is famous for its natural vegetation, banana plantation. This beach is exposed to the open sea and thus prone to higher tides. It is 5 kilometers to the south and at the tip of the island. This beach is best suited to watch the sunrise with an impressive backdrop of natural vegetation and limestone formations.

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