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<ul><li><p>Port Blair, Andaman Nicobar Island Tour </p><p> Affordable Tour Packages by delhitourntravels.in </p><p> Jolly Buoy Island </p><p> Chidiya Tapu </p><p> Wandoor Beach </p><p> Samudrika Marine Museum </p><p> North Bay Island Andaman </p><p> Red Skin Island </p><p> Anthropological Museum </p><p> Andaman Water Sports Complex </p><p> Jogger's Park </p><p> Gandhi Park </p><p> Corbyn's Cove </p><p> Murugan Temple </p><p> Government Saw Mill Chatham </p><p> Marina Park and Aquarium </p><p> Fishery Museum </p><p> Viper Island </p><p> Mini-Zoo </p><p> Zsi Museum </p><p> Cellular Jail </p><p> Ross Island </p><p>Jolly Buoy Island </p><p>Jolly Buoy is the Snorkeling hub of India. The best corals and sea life I have seen </p><p>till date in crystal clear water at its shallowest. The place is a paradise on earth. </p><p>The small island is out of a story book which you reach after an adventure </p><p>voyage and wish to spend a lifetime upon. It is so pretty that I wish could buy it. </p><p>Step onto one of the most beautiful beaches </p><p>youve ever seen. Take a deep breath in. Yes, </p><p>this is what a vacation is all about. </p><p>There are 365 beaches in Antigua, one for </p><p>each day of the year, but Jolly Beach Resort &amp; Spa is blessed to be located on </p><p>Antiguas best beach with turquoise waters and white sand stretching for a </p><p>mile. </p><p>Jolly Beach Resort </p><p>Jolly Beach </p></li><li><p>Chidiya Tapu Biological Park </p><p>The Chidiya Tapu Biological Park (Bird Island Biological Park) came into </p><p>existence in 2001 with the aim to conserve and study endemic and endangered </p><p>species of animals found in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Since then the </p><p>park has been a centre for biodiversity and conservation where one can catch a </p><p>glimpse of the rich fauna of the islands. </p><p>The plan for the park has been meticulously laid out to span over 20 years and </p><p>three phases, of which only one phase is currently open to public. </p><p>A green and dense jungle like environment cleverly recreates the natural habitat </p><p>of the animals here. Sprawled over 40 hectares, the park is covered with a </p><p>variety of plant, right from the majestic Mahuas to the exquisite Padauks. While </p><p>walking through this jungle, one would be able to catch a glimpse of a variety of </p><p>birds flying around freely. Other than birds you could spot wild pigs as well as </p><p>barking deer and spotted deer. Those fascinated with reptiles would enjoy the </p><p>saltwater crocodile spotting. </p><p>The future phases will see the park housing an aquarium, insectariums, a reptile </p><p>house, butterfly house and a walk in Aviary. It sure is something to look forward to. </p><p>Wandoor Beach </p><p>Situated 25kms east of Port Blair, Wandoor beach is famous amongst tourists </p><p>and locals alike. The picturesque scenery of the beach makes it ideal for </p><p>swimming and coral sighting. With clean blue water contrasting beautifully </p><p>against the dried trees, this beach is also equipped with neatly constructed </p><p>benches and changing rooms for your convenience. The trees, uprooted during </p><p>the 2006 Tsunami, make for scenic pictures. </p><p>If youre the adventure junkie, then a short </p><p>trek to the natural caves here is just the </p><p>thing for you. The caves, formed over decades, have been carved by fierce high </p><p>tides that surround the beach. The challenging trek is best taken up in the </p><p>morning because the tides are low and youre able to get back by early evening. </p><p>Overall, the calm and beautiful scenes of Wandoor beach are worth a visit for a </p><p>soothing experience with the cave trek adding just the right amount of </p><p>adrenaline. </p><p>Chidiya Tapu </p><p>Biological Park Chidiya Tapu </p><p>Wandoor Beach </p><p>Wandoor_ Beach </p></li><li><p>Samudrika Marine Museum </p><p>History, Geography, anthropology, . and the beautiful marine life ! No other </p><p>place brings together all of these aspects of the Andaman Islands as well as </p><p>Samudrika , the Naval Marine Museum. </p><p>The museum has been thoughtfully divided into five different rooms, each of </p><p>them showcasing a different facet of the Andaman Islands. A massive blue </p><p>whale, in its skeletal form of course, greets you as you enter the museum. </p><p>Did you know that Andaman apparently has been named after Lord Hanuman or </p><p>Handuman as they refer to him here? From its name to how it came to be </p><p>formed, the first room deals with the geographical history of the islands. </p><p>The second and third rooms will be quite a delight for the young and the old </p><p>alike. An aquarium in the second room is teeming with fishes of all shapes and </p><p>sizes, from a parrot fish to the rare and venomous species of stone fish. The </p><p>third room on the other hand exhibits corals, which the islands are quite </p><p>famous for. In addition to learning more about these beautiful marine </p><p>formations, one can also know about the sites to spot them. A fourth room </p><p>houses an extensive display of shells. Thus giving one a complete sense of the </p><p>marine life of the Andamans. </p><p>As important as the marine life is to the Andamans, one cant leave the </p><p>museum without visiting the fifth room. Here one will find information about the tribal life in the islands along </p><p>with a display of interesting specimens of snakes and butterflies. You should visit the curio shop in case you want </p><p>to take back a few souvenirs of your trip here. </p><p>North Bay Island Andaman </p><p>Located nearer to Phoenix jetty of Port Blair, this beach is also very famous for </p><p>under water corals. Snorkeling and scuba diving is available. All sort os facilities </p><p>are available for the people like food, clothes for rent, lockers, huts for taking </p><p>rest etc... The one day package trip includes North Bay, Viper Island and Ross </p><p>Island. Some travelers prefer to stay more time in North Bay to enjoy the sea </p><p>corals through snorkeling and scuba diving. Normal trip package goes with Viper </p><p>island first, North bay next and Ross island last. Unlike Jolly buoy and Red skin </p><p>beaches, the crowd in North Bay coral beach is more. People come here in large </p><p>number because of the facilities available to enjoy the beach play. Locker </p><p>almirahs arrangement is available to store the valuables inside. There are huts to take shelter for those who don't </p><p>want to play in the beach. </p><p>Samudrika Marine Museum </p><p>Museum Samudrika Marine </p><p>North Bay Island Anaman </p></li><li><p>Red Skin Island </p><p>Red Skin Island and Jolly Buoy Island lie next to each other and boast of rich </p><p>under water marine life. </p><p>Usually, tourists go to Jolly Buoy in the peak season but as rainy season </p><p>approaches, the weather makes the commute difficult as Jolly Buoy falls in </p><p>open sea area and then the tourists are taken to Red Skin Island. </p><p>I happened to go to Red Skin during one of such times when the weather was </p><p>not good for going to Jolly Buoy so our operator took us to Red Skin instead. </p><p>Yes, even though I live here, I also travel by tour agents just to have a taste of our tourism department works here. </p><p>And like many of the tourists who spend thousands to have a vacation here, I was disappointed too. </p><p>As we approached Red Skin, I could see a small island, very small Island with a very narrow beach. On that narrow </p><p>yet white sandy beach, I could see hundreds of tourists standing on the beach and hundreds playing in the sea. My </p><p>heart thumped at the sight. I did not step out of my boat as I could see that there was barely some space on the </p><p>beach to stand! </p><p>Anthropological Museum </p><p>Andaman and Nicobar Islands Anthropological Museum, which is located at the </p><p>Phoenix Bay, displays facts about the local tribes of the region. The museum was </p><p>established in the year 1975. It is one of its kind museum that displays facts </p><p>about the four Negroid tribes of the Andaman Islands and two Mongloid tribes </p><p>of the Nicobar Islands. </p><p>The main articles that are displayed at the Anthropological Museum in Andaman </p><p>and Nicobar Islands are the various handicrafts, tools, arts and crafts, </p><p>implements, photographs, etc., that dates back to the era of reign of the above </p><p>listed tribes. There are many other items kept for display that reflect the cultural </p><p>beliefs and traditions of the tribes of Andaman and Nicobar islands. </p><p>The four Negroid tribes of the Andaman on whom the Anthropological Museum </p><p>of Andaman and Nicobar Islands displays the various facts are Onges, </p><p>Sentinelese, Jarawas and Andamanese. The two Mongloid tribes of Nicobar </p><p>Islands are the Shompens and Nicobarese. </p><p>The Anthropological Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses various </p><p>photographs which showcase the living style of the above listed tribal people. </p><p>Apart from the photographs, the museum also houses models made up of clay </p><p>that display the types of houses, utensils, ornaments, equipments, clothes, etc. </p><p>used by these tribes. </p><p>You can visit Anthropological Museum at any time of the year. The museum remains closed on Mondays and </p><p>Tuesdays. Go and check out the lifestyles of the ancient tribes who can still be located deep inside the islands of </p><p>Andaman and Nicobar. </p><p>Red Skin Island </p><p>Anthropological Museum </p><p>Museum Anthropological </p></li><li><p>Andaman Water Sports Complex </p><p>Andaman Water Sports Complex is a well known sports complex in India. The </p><p>unique sports complex offers many adventurous water sports activities. It is </p><p>located close to the Cellular Jail and Aberdeen Bazar in the north-west Port </p><p>Blair. </p><p>It offers all kinds of water sports facilities for comfortable and enjoyable </p><p>experiences. Sail boats, Para sailing, water scooters, rowing boats, kayaks, </p><p>paddle boats, and water skiing facilities are available in plenty here in this </p><p>complex. Outboard boat facilities make this complex dynamic afternoon. </p><p>Travelers could boat up to Ross Islands from this complex, which is really an </p><p>exciting experience. </p><p>A marvelous monument, built to honor the historical fight Battle of Aberdeen, fought between the Britishers and </p><p>Andamans Aboriginals in 1859 add to the beauty of this region. There is an artificial waterfall as well, which is a </p><p>great attraction among the visitors. A children park and Marina Park adjacent to this place adds to the serene </p><p>environment. </p><p> Jogger's Park </p><p>Joggers Park is one of the highest points in Port Blair. It provides a </p><p>panoramic view of the Port Blair in the landscape mode, which gives an </p><p>excellent perspective of the area. Witness the city of Port Blair basking </p><p>in the Sunset while enjoying the cool, breezy winds, of course. A must </p><p>see for visitors in the evening. </p><p>Gandhi Park </p><p>This beautiful park at Port Blair has facilities like amusement rides, </p><p>safe water sports and nature trail around the lake, garden, restaurant </p><p>and historic remains like Japanese Temple as well as a bunker. The </p><p>erstwhile Dilthaman tank, which was the only source of drinking water </p><p>to Port Blair, and the area around it has been developed into Gandhi </p><p>Park in an unbelievably short time of 13 days. Entry free Open on all </p><p>days of the week. </p><p>Andaman Water Sports Complex </p><p>Joggers Park </p><p>Gandhi Park Port Blair </p></li><li><p>Corbyns Cove Beach </p><p>This picture shows the aerial view of Corbyn's cove beach area in Andaman. </p><p>Nearer to this beach, resorts of both government and private are availabe. </p><p>This beach is very nearer to the main city Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar </p><p>Islands. Most of the water sport facilities are available here. All kind of </p><p>arrangements for visitors are also available. A small restaurant and a hotel is </p><p>available nearby for refreshments and food also. If one wants lunch or dinner, </p><p>the hotel people are to be informed in advance for menu. Restaurant is </p><p>available nearer to Government resort. The hotel is approximately 1 Km away. </p><p>The private resorts are called Ripple resorts. Very good South Indian meal is served in these resorts (sometimes </p><p>made to order). These resorts are 15Kms away from Port Blair Ariport. If options are available for traveller to stay </p><p>in these resorts, better consider it seriously. Sun rise at Corbyn cove beach is just unforgettable. </p><p>Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple </p><p>Shri Murugan temple in Port Blair is beautiful, a very clean and well </p><p>maintained place. It is the most famous temple of Port Blair city. This holiest </p><p>religious spot, therefore, is clearly marked in all tourists list. Folks from </p><p>various parts of Andamans visit here for a dekko at the deity here. It is sure </p><p>that a prayer at this ancient temple in Port Blair will take you back to the days </p><p>long gone. Devotees are allowed to visit the temple from 5:00 am to 12:00 pm </p><p>in morning and from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the evening. Around 30 minutes </p><p>are required to visit Shri Murugan temple. </p><p>Government Saw Mill Chathamn </p><p>The legacy of Chatham began in the year 1789, when Lt. Archibald Blair landed </p><p>here with the aim to establish a Naval Base. He started the survey from </p><p>Chatham Island for establishing the British footholds in the Islands. Thus, Port </p><p>Blair became the starting point of various activities to develop the Islands as a </p><p>safe place to deport hard-core convicts and to develop the Harbour base. The </p><p>100 mtrs long Chatham Bridge connects Port Blair with Chatham Island. This </p><p>historic bridge was initially constructed out of timber. Later, it was renovated </p><p>to a modern bridge with concrete structures, which exists today. </p><p>Situated inside Chatham Saw Mill, this museum offers an insight into forest </p><p>activities through scale models and displays decorative pieces made of famous woods like Padauk, Marble, </p><p>Peauma, Gurjan, Satin Wood, etc., Open on all working days. It is closed on Sundays. Timing: 9.00 AM to 3.00 PM </p><p>The tiny Island of Chatham Located near the Port Blair town, about 5 km from the Air Port at 11 41' N Latitude and </p><p>9243' E Longitude with an area of 7.3 ha has enough to share in the backdrop of the colonial legacy and the </p><p>history that shaped the Andaman &amp; Nicobar Islands. </p><p>Corbyns Cove beach </p><p>Sri Venrimalai Murugan Temple </p><p>Government Saw Mill Chatham </p></li><li><p>Marina Park and Aquarium </p><p>Marina Park and Aquarium is a prime attraction in Andaman and Nicobar </p><p>Islands. It is located in the unspoiled seashore close proximity to Water </p><p>Sports Complex. The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park </p><p>for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the natures gifts of pristine </p><p>beauty, stunning sea waves and lush green vegetation. </p><p>Marina Park and Aquarium is a prime attraction in Andaman and Nicobar </p><p>Islands. It is located in the unspoiled seashore close proximity to Water </p><p>Sports Complex. The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park </p><p>for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the natures gifts of pristine beauty, stunning sea waves and lush </p><p>green vegetations. The Aquarium is praise worthy place enclosing much marine life including various kinds of sea </p><p>fishes and turtles. A childrens park with many facilities for kids enjoyment, a toy train and many other </p><p>amusement facilities make this park a much sought picnic spot. </p><p>Fisheries Museum </p><p>Fisheries Museum is in Port Blair City and is situated in the Shadipur via JNRM </p><p>(Government College) route. It is surrounded by Marina Park, Andaman Water </p><p>Sports Complex, and Childrens Traffic Park, within 1.5 kms from Port Blair Bus </p><p>Terminus. It exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the Islands and found in </p><p>the Indo-Pacific and Bay of Bengal. Over 350 species of marine life have been </p><p>very carefully preserved in this Mu...</p></li></ul>


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