5 Unexplored Regions Of Andaman Island

The breathtaking archipelago of the Andaman and Nicobar islands that are situated in the Bay of Bengal is full of surprises and nature’s wonders. The islands which are a one among the seven union territories of India lie at the juncture of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. The islands are also famously known to be the home to the only Palaeolithic people known, the Sentinelese people, who have no contact with the outside world or its people. Though made up of 572 islands spanning an area of 8,249km2 only 38 of them permanently inhabited and is also home to the only volcano in India Barren Island, an active volcano that erupted in 2017 is located in Andaman and Nicobar.

The Andaman and Nicobar islands have a very tropical climate and with its mysterious island stories, mesmerizingly blue-green beaches that are unspoiled with virgin waters, lush, dense forests and wonderful natives all combine to make for a holiday destination that people clamor to go to.

Though it’s become very popular among tourists, the islands remain largely unexplored. The main areas of the islands like Port Blair are generally stifling with the crowd of enthusiastic tourists who are cacophonic in their joy of being there. So, in the interest of saving your delicate auricular sensibilities, it’s best to avoid these areas and visit the less explored regions of this natural wonder.

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