This is the closest you get to feeling like Robinson Crusoe. 362 volcanic islands scattered in the Bay of Bengal, with only 37 of them are inhabited. These islands have enormous green colorful history, with strings of invasions by the French, Dutch, Japanese and wars that rage between British settlers and native tribes. The jail cell where he imprisoned them in the hundreds of Indian revolutionaries in the Indian struggle for freedom still place high. The descendants of these political prisoners and the local tribes in the area are the inhabitants of the Andaman and Nicobar modern days.

The looming tropical rainforests near the coast are home to unique species of birds, and the tribes that asylum 't still learned to use fire. Andaman is an experience quite unlike another. And if you are wearing mosquito repellent over here even before that, you use more roll of the camera too.

Dive sites:

Around Port Blair

The waters around Andaman have spectacular bio-diversity, and dive conditions are ideal for an experienced diver.

Cinque Island

One of the best dive destinations on the island, has clear emerald water with a visibility of up to 80 feet. The deep dive offers a fabulous variety of marine life including coral and rear views of sharks and is ideal for the experienced diver.

Rutland Island

The waters here have a good representation of most smaller fish and coral, and are a good place for divers to the open water training.

Snake Island

The impressive rock faces and a spectacular diving landscape. The marine life including fish, grunts, Goatfish and the rays of the trigger.

Havelock Island

This island is located approximately 4 hours from the airport of Port Blair by ferry from the inter-island. The dive center located on the island offers a wide variety of sites largely unexplored dive of rich underwater marine life.

A cap
Miscellaneous information

Compartment decompression is the nearest naval base in Port Blair. Allowing foreign visitors only visit certain islands in the middle, little and southern Andamans.
The best time to visit - between November and can.
Climate - Tropical - between 23 and 28 degrees cent3igrado.
Languages Spoken - English, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil.

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