One of the seven Union territories of India, Andaman & Nicobar Islands is one of the most visited places in the country. The islands are popular among honeymooners for the pure white sands and crystal blue waters. Though it’s a part of Indian archipelago, there’s a mix of traditions practised with the backdrop of colonial structures built across the island. If you haven’t visited the islands, you must know – you’re missing something very ethereal
Tiny Pockets Of Heaven – Places to visit
The Andamans are a group of exotic and pristine islands abundant with greenery! You’ll be spoilt for choice as Andamans is home to not one or two but a cluster of islands that you can happily habit.
- Bharatpur Beach – Located at the jetty of the gorgeous Neil Islands, Bharatpur beach is like a piece of art. It’s popular for its coral reefs and white shores. Due to the beauty of this beach, Neil Islands are known as the coral capital of Andamans.
- Limestone Caves – Located at the Baratang Island, the Limestone caves should be on top of your list, if you love the wonders of mother Earth. A speed boat journey to this natural wonder will leave you speechless.
- Radhanagar Beach – If you need a teaser of how the heaven looks, this is where you should be. Located on the west coast of the calm and pristine Havelock island, is Radhanagar beach or popularly known as Beach no 7. You can see a clear reflection of the clouds on the sands of this beach and we won’t be surprised if you don’t want to leave this place again.