Arranged halfway among India and Burma, in the Bay of Bengal, is the archipelago of 572 islands, islets, and emerald rocks known as the Andaman Nicobar Islands. According to a Hindu legend, the place derives its name from Handyman or Hanuman, the monkey god of the great Ramayana epic. Hanuman is said to have used these small islands as stepping stones on his way to Lanka to save Lord Ram’s consort, Sita.
Popularly known as the “True Garden of Eden” and a “Nature’s Paradise”, the beautiful small and large islands and crystal clear waters of Andaman Nicobar India are home to endless varieties of flora, fauna, and marine life. The long stretches of fine white sand are dotted with many unspoiled crescent-shaped beaches, which are covered by thick groves of coconut palms, casuarinas, and pandanus trees. The dazzling regular excellence, a clean climate, energizing experience sports, and warm neighborliness of the individuals of Andaman Nicobar Island draw in great many nature sweethearts and travelers from around the globe.