The Andaman and Nicobar Islands comprise around 572 islands (only 36 islands are inhabited) formed by a submarine mountain range, which separates the Bay of Bengal from the Andaman Sea. The islands attain maximum altitude at Saddle Peak (730 m), formed mainly of limestone, sandstone, and clay.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands are located in the Bay of Bengal. This group of 572 islands lies 193 km away from Cape Negrais in Myanmar, 1255 km from Calcutta, and 1190 km from Chennai.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands is now a relaxed tropical island outpost that belongs to India but is geographically closer to Southeast Asia. The Andaman Islands are a group of islands in the Bay of Bengal, and are part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Union Territory of India. Port Blair is the chief community on the islands, and the administrative centre of the Union Territory. The Andaman Islands form a single administrative district within the Union Territory, the Andaman district (the Nicobar district was separated and established as a new district in 1974).
Brief itinerary flow:
The Andaman’s Camp takes the participants to the exotic islands of Andamans. They are exposed to the tall and lofty Harriet National Park. The rain forests here are imposing and give an insight to the ecology here. The Cellular jail visit leads the group to the tormented time that the prisoners faced. Neel Island gives an opportunity to peep into the marine wonderland. Snorkeling and also optional Scuba diving are both a life time opportunity.
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