You know how everyone nowadays says they would like to run away for a while, hide in some kind of Earth’s undiscovered gem and forget about the problems of contemporary world? Well, I think we all do. And this time I decided to truly think about it and propose that one special place where it would be best to hide. That’s how I discovered the Islands of Andaman and Nicobar.

These two island groups are part of India and despite being mostly unknown internationally their authorities are well aware that it is tourism that could drag attention to this marvelous place on Earth. Consequently, it’s not strange that you can find very interesting Andaman & Nicobar tour packages these days and one would not make a mistake checking these out more closely. And once you see pictures of its crystal clear water and white sandy beaches, you will be asking yourself only one question – how can I get there as soon as possible?

It is very difficult to point out the best things to see in this small part of India but I will try my best to reveal at least several “must see” places. First of all there is the famous Radhanagar beach, named Asia’s best beach by TIME magazine in 2004. Radhanagar connects 12 kilometers of coast with peaceful and divine blue water, offering activities such as fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling or boating. And yes, elephant rides as well! Limestone Caves are one more thing that makes Andaman tourism package deals skyrocket – located at the Baratang Island, these caves are breathtaking in their simple natural beauty. And you can also take a speed boat journey through it and watch all those stalactites and stalagmites that look like they are out of this world.

If you want to take a closer look at India’s struggle for independence, you can visit The Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani. It used to be a colonial prison used by the British especially to exile political prisoners to the remote archipelago. The building had seven wings and the tower at the center which served as the intersection and was used by guards to keep watch on the inmates. Fortunately, this complex today serves only as a national memorial monument. Marina Park and Aquarium, located at Port Blair, is genuine attraction for all visitors. It is situated in the unspoiled seashore and enables tourists enjoy generous local vegetation and incredible sea waves. Aquarium is famous for is marine life including diverse sorts of sea fish and turtles.

If you are into more exciting adventure, then you should go to The Ross Island. Can you guess how it got its name? Yeah, you are right – it comes from the british who  inhabited the territory. But be not afraid, this place is really colorful and charming despite of its infamous trademark animal.

I’ve come to the point at which words are simply insufficient to describe the beauties of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Yes, one can write dozens of pages trying to do that properly but all in all – nothing is as good as going there to see it yourself.

Andaman is one of the fascinating beach destinations in Asia. It has many sun-kissed beaches, and one can always make the most of his Andaman packages. This article takes a peep into your Andaman tour and gives a glimpse of the best beaches.
Andaman is the ultimate land of the seafarer. If you have a penchant for the waves and sand, then you cannot miss out on an Andaman tour package deal. The entire set of islands is just so beautiful and picturesque that its charms would bamboozle you. There are many beaches on these islands. But there are some which are more beautiful and much more exquisite. Here are some of the best Andaman beaches you can visit after booking an Andaman tour package. Make sure to visit all of them:
Radhanagar Beach
Situated on the Havelock Island, Radhanagar Beach is easily the best beach that the island has to offer. It is an aquatic paradise with such pristine sands and so inviting sea that you would be drooling in a trance. And this is no bragging or exaggeration! The famed Time Magazine has given this beach the coveted title of Asia’s best beach. The esteemed magazine also clubbed it into its hallmark of top 10 beaches in the world and ranked it at number 7. The water is very clear out here. And the lure of the sunset is too tempting to resist. Therefore, most Andaman packages include Radhanagar Beach in their itinerary. It is, in the true sense, the ‘Jannat’ of Asia.
Corbyn’s Cove
Corbyn’s Cove is another excellent beach in Andaman. It is swanked by coconut and palm trees which heighten the natural beauty of the shores. If Radhanagar scores for its pristine beauty, then Corbyn’s Cove makes a point with its cool water sports. If you are a sports fanatic and wish to try your hand at some adventure games, then do not forget to visit this beach. A game of surfing shall leave you refreshed, and snorkeling too would give you a new lease of life. The marine life can be a heavenly sight. And there is nothing better than to go diving on these pellucid waters.


Butler Bay
Butler Bay Beach is not as popular as the ones mentioned above. For some reason, it has always been robbed of its share of glory. But if you are an avid surfer, then you cannot get a beach more inviting than this one. The waves are unyielding at this corner, and so it is a delight to enjoy surfing. Even standing in the water and allowing the cool waves to strike you with ferocity is an experience to cherish. Many people on their Andaman tour just land on this beach out of sheer accident or luck. But it is then that they discover its unspoken charms and its less explored beauty. They instantly get enslaved by its tranquility and savor all the good memories back home.
Red Skin Island beach
It is another beach which is not the most famous attraction, but if you are interested in underwater life, then this place has got the best collection of oceanic animals. The corals and the fishes which you find lurking below the surface can seriously leave you hypnotized.