Andaman is Land of Varied Flora and Fauna and it showcases Wet Bamboo Giant Evergreen Forest, Andaman Tropical Evergreen Forest, Southern Hilltop Tropical Evergreen Forests, Andaman, Mangrove Forest, Brackish Water Mixed Forest, and Submontane Hill Valley Swamp Forest are the types of forest that cover the region and islands and pristine beaches of Andaman island is creating such an aura that entices a nature lover to Plan a Holiday in Andaman
Andaman Group of Island is an archipelago of approximately 576 islands only 36 of them are inhabited open for tourism activities. As of the 2011 census, Andaman and Nicobar have a population of around 380,500 people talking about human settlement. The local population belongs to different tribes and reflects varied cultures. Some of the most common languages of Andaman and Nicobar are Bengali, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Nicobarese.
You can visit many place places during your Andaman tour and all these places are unique and different in character and encompass some natural wonders, like Parrot Island, Eatbale Bird Nest if Limestone caves of Baratang Island, Sand bar of Ross and Smith Islands.
Havelock Islands This the Best and best island in Andaman is known the world over for its beaches.
Neil Islands: Another excellent island close to Portbalair known for its coral island and photogenic landscapes.
Diglipur: It a Place to place to be visited to see the real face of Andaman Nicobar island, vibrant and Diversified.
Baratang: A Must Visit island if you wish to explore the Tribal lifestyle of Jarwa Tribe and Parrot Island
Ross and Smith Islands: This island is a place to be visited to see the sand bar emerging from the sea during low tide.
North Bay Island: Erstwhile the capital of Britishers, explore to see the Heritage sites.
Wandoor Beach: a beautiful beach just a few KM away from Port Blair.
Parrot Islands: A Island where you will see only Parrots in the Evening.
Elephant Beach: A beautiful beach famed for its Water Sports Facilities.
Andaman's group of islands are blessed with pleasant weather, no frozen winters, no burning heat. Andaman's weather remains hot and humid for most of the year, but not sizzling hot.
October to March is a good time to visit the Andaman Islands as the weather on the island is blessed with pleasant and savory weather during this period. Winter is the best time to visit and experience a wide range of water sports such as jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, sea walking, etc. Water sports activities in Andaman Nicobar are very inexpensive compared to any other place in the world.
The duration from November to February is also great if you are involved in Andaman water sports and adventure activities as well as bird watching. The Govt of the Andaman State. It also organizes a tourism festival in Port Blair during the winter season to support Andaman Tourism every year.
Monsoon season offers a completely different Andaman weather façade. Although the Andaman weather during the rainy monsoon is not good enough, many tourists come here to enjoy their Andaman holiday. Off-season hotel prices are very poor. Cheap hotel and off-season flight rates are good news for tourists as they reduce the cost of the Andaman tour package