Know the place before you plan your trip to the Andaman and Nicobar

 Know the place before you plan your trip to the Andaman and Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar islands are the peaks of the submerged mountain range stretches between Myanmar and Sumatra in Indonesia. The mountain peaks that emerge from the sea form an archipelago with over 500 islands, of which only a dozen are accessible to tourists.

How to reach them?

The access point to the islands is the capital Port Blair and can be reached by plane or ship only and exclusively from India. Trying to enter or leave this archipelago in any other way and to any other country in South East Asia is illegal. There are daily air connections with Delhi, Calcutta and Chennai. Tickets are not cheap. It is why you must confirm the tickets in advance. Get the best Andaman Travel Packages online and confirm your trip to Andaman.

The ship connections are less frequent and less reliable. Usually three or four ships arrive each month from Kolkata (64 hours of sailing) and Chennai (60 hours). It is suggested to book your journey by the air to save your valuable time. In Andaman, the only possible medium to travel from one island to another is by ship or cruise. Always, book your round trip by air and roam the islands by cruise. Book your Andaman Travel Package with Cruisein affordable prices online. However, you can ask the tour operator for detailed information on the ships.

Which islands can be visited and how?

Once you have obtained the permit to visit the islands, it is not that you can go around as you like. Among the 500 islands only 30 are operational for tourists. Among the places where you can stay, it is necessary to distinguish between those that you can reach both by land and by sea. And they are those that are located in South Andaman, Middle Andaman and North Andaman which are connected to each other by bridges, roads and some ferries. Exclusively by ferry you can reach: Long Island, North Passage, Little Andaman, Havelock and Neil Island.

Visiting Andaman and not seeing the oldest tribes? It is a one day trip from Port Blair by road. The Great Andamanese, Onge, Jarawa and Sentinelese, Shompen and Nicobarese are the six oldest tribes here. But you get chance to see only Jarawa. You can go on day trips at: Jolly Buoy, South Cinque, Red Skin, Ross, The Brothers and The Sister, etc.

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