Categories: Destination, Rangat
Marina Park is one of the must-visit places for tourists and families. Marine Park brings huge joy to children for its Children’s Traffic Park with an impressive concept where the park is designed to mimic a real busy junction with traffic signals and roads. Small tricycles, baby motors and practice bicycles are available on hire for children to drive around in. It also has a jogging track, watersports, marine aquarium with free entry and located at the seashore to enjoy the scenic view of the ocean and waves.
Elephant Beach by trek
Elephant beach trek is an outdoor activity of walking. It is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery of the Elephanta beach. Trekking could be a motive, It could be a commitment, an aim, an objective, a mission, a party, a social gathering. It could be a place where you find friends, and it could be a journey. It could be the slightest chance to save our future generation from losing the nature lovers, mother earth holding within. It can be shortened or extended as per the desire of trekkers. So for trekkers here is an amazing package for trekking in Elephant beach.
Naval Samudrika museum
Samudrika Naval Marine Museum is a famous tourist attraction in the Port Blair region. It is located near Andaman Teal House, Port Blair which is around 9 km. It has a collection of seashells, coral reefs and various aspects of the oceanic environment. The museum is managed by the Indian Navy to bring awareness among people about marine life and the ocean.
Water sports Complex
Rajiv Gandhi Water sports complex is located at a distance of 6 miles from Port Blair and can be reached in about half an hour by car and very close to the bus stop. Families, locals and tourists enjoy this place with numerous joyous activities such as Glass Bottom Boat, Speed Boat Ride, Parasailing, Sofa Ride, Banana Ride, Jet Ski Ride and Kayaking. Also at a nominal cost which is the best part of it.
Wandoor Beach is located near the small village Wandoor which can be reached from the Port Blair STS bus terminal. It’s also the entry to the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park and famous for a cave formed by high tides surrounding the beach, beautiful sunsets and coral sightings.
Chidiyatapu Beach + Mundapahad Trekking
One of the things that most people don't know about the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is that, is a trekker's paradise. while the beaches in Andaman are famous among the traveling community, very few people come here to trek. One of the easiest and most accessible treks in the Andaman Islands is the trek to Munda Pahad from Chidiya Tapu. Located towards the South of Port Blair this track is the most popular one for trekking and birding. It is normally said that the trek to mount Harriet from ChidiyaTapu is the perfect track for bird sighting and bird photographs.
“Kalapathar Beach” got its name because of the beach adjoining street called Black Road. It’s a beautiful beach with seashores covered with white sands attracting travelers with its unique lining of big black rocks beside the sea. A must-visit place for people coming to Havelock Island. It’s just a 10 km distance from Havelock Island.
The Anthropological Museum is an intense hobby for curious travelers who're eager to understand approximately the Andaman Island tribes and their manner of residing. It is majestically depicted withinside the diverse sections of the museum. It summarizes in a totally exciting way a variety of insights concerning the 4 very enigmatic tribal groups dwelling withinside the archipelago because of centuries. The Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese and Onges are of intense interest to the civilized global as they had been capable of keeping their primitive approaches of dwelling down for a long time without being struck by the modernity of the relaxation of the international. This museum capably showcases the essence of the way of life and traditions of the important tribes residing in Andaman.
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