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Planning a trip to Andaman? Don;t forget to indulge in these amazingly thrilling once-in-a-lifetime activities!\nRead more at: https://goo.gl/9zBzTr
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What Fun Activities Can You Do At The
Andaman Island? - Andaman Holiday
Golden beaches, white sands, turquoise waters, and sunny skies is what describes
Andaman perfectly. Consisting of more than 500 hundred islands, Andaman is an ideal
gateway for all kinds of people – romantic and adventurous. Whether you are planning a
honeymoon or an adventure trip, you make your trip fun and memorable with the various
fun-filled activities that you can participate in at Andaman. So, leave the hectic work of
planning and booking yourAndaman package tourfor Andaman Holiday Packages to
do, and just delve into these fun-filled activities to make it the trip of a lifetime.
It goes without saying that boat riding is a practice here. But, there are two kinds of rides
you can have – banana boat ride and glass bottom boat ride. The banana boat ride has a
banana shaped boat in which six people can sit together. You will be provided with an
instructor and life jackets to keep you safe. And, as the name says, the glass bottom boat
ride is where the bottom of the boat is made of glass, which lets you view the marine life as
you sail through the sea.
One of the top rated activities at Andaman – snorkeling – is a must while you are there.
Study the exotic wonders of coral reefs and enjoy the marine life with the rarest species of
fishes while spending some time under water. Equipped with a mask, snorkel, and fins, you
need not worry about any kind of safety issues while snorkeling at North Bay Island or
Elephant Beach at Havelock Island.
For those who want to dive deeper to the bottom of the waters, go for scuba diving. Worry
not! This exciting experience doesn’t require you to know swimming! So, don’t fret over not
knowing the skills of swimming, and get down into the waters with your scuba suit and
gear, and you’ll see what you would have missed if you hadn’t! This will be a once-in-a-
lifetime chance for you to discover colourful corals and endemic species of the enchanting
Clearly as the name states, undersea walking will have you walking under the sea to take a
look at the beautiful underwater world. Just like no swimming is required for scuba diving,
similarly no experience is required for undersea walking. You just need to walk on the
smooth and clean sand of the sea floor with a helmet on. The underwater walking at North
Bay and Havelock Islands are the most popular that get you close with the amazing species
of corals and fish.
Jet skiing is the ultimate water sports you would want to try out at the Andaman, if you
haven’t yet experienced this fun-filled activity ever. Worry not about safety because you
will have a professional and experienced pilot to help you Jet Ski, and life jackets on.
However, opt for this sport only if the weather is good. During heavy rains or storm, it
could be dangerous.
Get out of the water yet stay connected to it through parasailing. A perfect water and air
adventure, parasailing has you tied behind a motorboat while being harnessed in a
parachute. This is going to be an incredibly thrilling experience of flying along with the
Travel from Port Blair to Havelock Island in just 15 minutes with a seaplane ride, which
would otherwise take 2 hours in a ferry! These seaplanes carry nine passengers at a time.
This is the only place in India that has commercial seaplanes flying; so, don’t miss this
chance while you are there!
Yes, trekking is also an activity you can do at Andaman. Along with the golden beaches, the
island also has amazing green rainforests that you can trek through. So, don’t forget to pack
your trekking shoes and suit to walk through the trail from Mount Harriet, the third highest
peak in the archipelago, to Madhuban via Kala Patthar.
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