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Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, home to some of the world's most exotic, rare and unspoiled natural wonders. This looks like a fairy tale. Unbelievable! Unspoiled beauty! This should have been possible in a dream or a movie. But it's all here, motioned to take a deep dive into the paradise islands and witness some of the top hidden places in Andaman you should see in this life.
Long Island & Guitar Island
An example of such a small piece of natural wonder Guitar Island. Tucked away off the eastern coast of North and Middle Andamans, this island has a crystalline white sand beach that you all can do for yourself. It is inhabited by human populations, but you can sail boats and circumnavigating the fine for fishing. The whole beach is yours, just you, the sand and the sea. Where else on earth can I find such a place, I wondered. But why this name, I asked curiously. "The aerial is in the shape of a guitar, and hence the name," said the forest department official who accompanied me to the island.
These officials braved the monsoons to bring me here to witness its breathtaking beauty. Situated along the Long Island Guitar Island has a picturesque and exotic look that magical charm spells. There is still a spectacular beach you must visit once you are here - Lalaji Bay Beach - which is a perfect hotspot for beach combing, swimming and nature photography. It is located on the north shore of Long Island and one would need a country boat (a 45 minute trip from Long Island jetty) to travel here. You can reach Long Island on board of one of the Andaman & Nicobar Administration operated ships from Port Blair. It would take about 4-5 hours (and about Rs. 600-700) to Long Island to reach by ship from Port Blair (via Havelock / Strait Island). This place is off the tourist trail and understandably, there are few options to stay in this island. I stayed for one night in the 'Vanashree "the Forest Guest House (make sure you book in advance). There is also a private resort in this island. The Forest Guest House houses 4 basic airy rooms, a landscaped garden, plant flowers, sandalwood trees and a view of the sea. You can see the most amazing fish fry to get here, what I had during my stay. The staff are overtly simplistic, polite and would give you your choice of meal on time.
We came through a dingy (country boat) surrounded by a dark rain-laden clouds above us. After a short 15 minute drive, anchored our boat on the shore and I postpone my footprint on the beach. Many sea animals, sand crabs, hermit crabs, shells came to the beach and I hastily captured them on my lens. One has to be really fast to photograph them. A blink of an eye, and they are gone, submerged under their sandy holes.
In the meantime, the cloudy sky took a menacing avatar. It continued to grow darker. Fortunately, as a matter of precaution and to protect my camera, I had brought an umbrella. We put our boat back after some time at the beach, clouds and chased breezed past the choppy waves to Long Island to reach.
Rangat and eco-tourism
I got myself a boat ride of about an hour from Long Island (leaving at 7:00) and reached Yerrata Creek in Rangat journey through some of the most beautiful, quiet and unspoiled mangrove creeks. On the coast, my car was waiting to pick me up for my outward journey. I had my breakfast on the way to Rangat (this is a decent hub and you can find local shops and restaurants in the market, the tourism department has its own board -. Hawksbill Nest and presents a comfortable stay with local delicacies consisting of fish , shrimp and crabs, depending on their availability) and continued my journey.
Rangat is blessed with some remarkable eco-tourist spots like Aamkunj Beach, Morice Dera Beach Dhani Nallah Mangrove Walkway. On my way, I first stopped at Aamkunj beach (8 km of Rangat), which is a long, sandy and patchy stretch interspersed with pebbles. You can enjoy watching the waves of the sea, or sitting quietly somewhere in the eco-friendly banks such as log benches and log teapoys. Next was Morice Dera beach (12 km from Rangat), developed by tourism and the forest department as an eco-tourism hotspot. It has a unique dual rocks right on the beach where you can walk along the edges by means of a path. But the most exciting part was the 700-meter-long footbridge in mangrove Dhani Nallah. It is an example of a display of the mangrove conservation efforts of the administration Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The trail takes you through the rich biodiversity of mangroves, palm trees, breathing roots and Hathi Kaan Orchids. The walkway leads to a fairly long and exciting beach called the Dhani Nallah beach. It is a vast expanse of sand stretching from Curtbert Bay on one side as far as my eyes could go to the other side.
Ross and Smith Island
Of Rangat to achieve it took me about 4-5 hours to Diglipur town. About 4 in the evening, I came on the market of the city (this is the most northern center of Directors, with a population of 40,000, a center of strategic defense priority and you can get on the Navy and Coast Guard branches on the road) .
A quick sip of tea is what we needed. We stepped out of the car, had our fill, refreshed and moved in the direction of the government operated Turtle Resort (of which 20 km north was further; rates are Rs 1000 for a double AC room and Rs 600 for Double Bed Non AC room ... Book in advance by the Tourism department). It was a pleasant trip amid green rice paddies, farmers pull their country milling, high coconut plantations and majestic Saddle Peak facing us our right. Saddle Peak, I am told, is the highest peak (732 meters) in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Turtle Resort, located along the Kalipur beach and offers spectacular views of the Andaman Sea and a side of Saddle Peak. We spent the rest of the evening at the resort and eagerly waited for the trip the next morning. Dinner was a quite affair, but I had the most wonderful and delicious prawn curry and kukari fry ever.
My next stop was the exotic and natural wonder called Ross and Smith Island. Both islands were accompanied by a natural stretch of white sand beach, which you can comfortably straddle during low tide. Located off the east coast of Diglipur (North Andaman), a visit to the Ross and Smith is a must if you're looking for something unusual yet magical experience.
But keep in mind that the boat has a specific timing - 08: 00-02: 00. A boat tour of six people would cost about Rs. 2500. Very excited I had my breakfast and drove to Aerial Bay jetty, from where I had to raise myself in the Forest Before traveling post office. But the weather gods had something else on the cards. Quite understandably, this was the highlight of Monsoon and at this time of the year, turning was windy and choppy and the adjacent Port Authority officials said that I would not be able to make this trip due to adverse weather conditions. I was heart-shaking, dejected; no amount of pleading helped, because they can not risk our lives. I just prayed to the Lord to clear the air and hit the nearby beach Kalipur. It has a long stretch of white sandy beach and a feast for the eyes. The highest mountain - Saddle Peak - was just right infront of my eyes, swathed amid the fluffy clouds, as if playing hide-and-seek with me. On my left was a nice and small island called Craggy Island. It turned out that people on this island Kalipur beach could swim; and a small piece of glistening white sand beach was looking tempting. However, I stayed in the Kalipur beach and immersed in the water.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands is rich in biodiversity and is blessed with wildlife. There were plenty of signs giving clear warning of "Do's and Don'ts" in the popular tourist spots. Make sure you have the right advice from the Tourist Office or the local spa before venturing out into the seas. From the water, I could see some local women trying to catch fish by seeing their little nets. Diglipur is blessed with some remarkable aquaculture and farming conditions. Most of the local population dependent on agriculture and fishing for subsistence.
If I were to go back to Turtle Resort, I was acquainted with pleasant smile officials say the weather cleared up and I could travel to Ross and Smith Island My joy knew no bounds .; and I felt me jump. I hurried to my room, changed and reach aboard the taxi to Aerial Bay jetty again. There were life guards waiting with life jackets and life buoy for me. I wasted in aboard the boat any time. A boat trip of nearly 15-30 minutes from Aerial Bay pier brings you here at the scenic and serene Ross and Smith Islands.
The Andaman Holidays Ministry of Tourism has maintained some remarkable eco-tourism initiatives in Smith Island. These are absolute minimum given that the islands are taking place in the national and international tourism circuit as a popular tourist destination. But I felt this was adequate - there were about 10-15 thatched huts, seated arena, adequate sanitation, a cloakroom, a few swings (jhula) romantic amid coconut palms and beach loungers. Quite interestingly, the west side of Ross and Smith Islands was very windy, while the eastern side was unexpectedly quiet and pretty. The waters in the eastern side were peaceful and quiet, as if a pool. If you're here, take advice from the forest and tourism officials if you want to swim at the beaches.
Diglipur also has some other major tourist attractions such as Ram Nagar beach (which is the home of turtles nested), mud volcano and Alfred Caves (41 caves of chalk and stone)..