Baratang Island- Limestone Cave & Mud Volcanoes

The Andaman & Nicobar Islands contain the only active volcanoes in India. Lying 150 kilometers away from Port Blair, Baratang Island holds the magnificent limestone cave and the mud volcanoes. It takes about 4 hours to reach Baratang Island by driving through the dense reserved forest. You might also be able to see the indigenous […]

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Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet is the highest peak, about 1,257 ft. in South Andaman Islands and a National Park located in Port Blair. It is excellent for trekking or hiking intended for nature and adventure lovers. The route consists of a thick jungle, exotic fauna, and a hill with a view. Far away islands, as well the city could […]

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Jolly Buoy Island/ Red Skin Isaland

The two islands, Jolly Buoy and Red Skin, located in the Wandoor area, come under the Mahatma Gandhi National Park’s Marine Sanctuary and are protected by the Government of Andaman Islands. The trip requires a drive to Wandoor Beach and a boat ride to Jolly Buoy Island. Either of the islands is open one at […]

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