The Andaman Nicobar Islands, fondly called as "nature's paradise", is a breathtaking archipelago of 572 emerald islands, isles and rocks, which is located in the Bay of Bengal, between India and Burma. ItÃ's blessed with many charming small and big islands wherein the pristine waters house a wide variety of flora, fauna and marine life that give it a moniker of the "Veritable Garden of Eden".
Andaman Nicobar Islands attracts tourists for its lengthy stretches of grey powdery sands which are spread around countless crescent-shaped virgin beaches that are dotted with coconut palm, pandanus trees and casuarinas. Every year, thousands of nature enthusiasts and tourists throng here to relish the awe-inspiring natural beauty, stimulating adventure sports, clean settings and the warm hospitality of the locals.
Tourism in Andaman Nicobar revolves around the natural delights and splendid adventure activities, as over the years, it has grown into a hub of adventure sport activities in India. The unspoiled and sparkling water of the Bay of Bengal sets a perfect tone for gripping water sports that include snorkelling, swimming, scuba diving etc. More so, the lush green hills provide numerous gruelling but gorgeous treks to adventure enthusiasts.
There are many tourist attractions in Andaman Nicobar that include Samudrika Museum, Gandhi Park, Corbyn's Cove Complex, Bangaram Island, Cellular Jail, Anthropological Museum, Fisheries Museum, Andaman Water Sports Complex, Cinque Island, and Havelock Island.