'We get to know how beautiful our nature is only when we travel'

Tripoto
21st Jul 2016

Yes! Four of us decided to embark on a weekend trip, from Chennai to Andaman Nicobar Island totally on a whim ! It turned out to be probably the best trip we have ever had and something we will cherish for some time to come ! 

We searched Andaman Honeymoon tour Packages from Chennai in google and came to know about Experienceandamans a very popular travel agency in Andaman. There are a total of 572 Islands, out of which only 36 are inhabited. Obviously we can't go through most and only Andaman group of Islands are open for tourism. ur first day was at North Bay Island. We landed here by ferry from Port Blair Jetty. We were so excited to be here because of its wide array of water activities like Sailboats, parasailing, water scooters, rowing boats, kayaks, paddle boats, water skiing facilities etc. This Island is truly one of the best to enjoy with your besties. What makes it even more tempting to visit here is the wide array of water activities that we could indulge in. Scuba diving, Snorkeling and the glass boat ride arevhe main attractions Same day evening we headed to Cellular Jail because they conduct a moving Sound and Light show every evening in the premises. Based on the stories of heroic freedom struggle, Andaman Honeymoon Packages it gives a brief idea of how life was, prior to Independence. Undoubtedly Neil Island is one of the most spectacular islands of the Andamans. Bharatpur beach is the first thing you come across as soon as you step onto Neil Island harbor. It's really huge and wide with blue water and white sand painting a striking melody. Other than water rides we also spent time at the Forest Museum 

It showcased an insight into the forest activities in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands through models like timber, Oak, Gurjan and Satinwood (not able to recall the whole collection). It is maintained by the Forest Department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. * Timber is not a tree variety

After the forest museum , we felt energized to visit the Anthropological Museum in Port Blair. This Museumwas was instituted in the year 1975 and displays tribal essentials and artifacts like boats, baskets, clothing, weapons, photographs and records of exploratory excursions undertaken over the years. Overall we get a great insight into the tribal culture of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Another amazing time we had was trekking :

So we trekked through the rocky stretch, that extends from a ammock known as mount Harriet to Madhuban (it's approximately 16km). If one has enough time Its worth reaching the peak of Diglipur which is covered with thick tropical rainforest, swarming with exotic plants. You an see a lot of It is always advisable to precisely plan and go with a guide. The main trekking kits include food, water, gloves, hydration tags to carry water and many more useful and essential materials.

A sure place to comeback to explore and get close to nature!

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