The land of pristine woods, with turquoise waters and rich diversity of flora and fauna; the mangrove creeks and orange plantations of Mayabunder may be a siren song to all or any those who love nature. The Mayabunder County may be a melting pot of of these and lots of more. Yes it’s definitely an exquisite reward for all those that can spare a touch of time period. You should know that the Mayabunder County is over 300 kms away from Port Blair. It is not one of those destinations where you can simply head out. You need an expert guide with you to form the foremost of your trip to Mayabunder. Otherwise the trip are often all travel and no sight-seeing or rest.
For some fun packed family getaways you definitely need to take a look at Ray Hills. You are the luckiest person within the world once you get the chance to breathe some fresh air and luxuriate in the sweetness that nature has showered so beneficently. Ray Hill is the prestigious and a private pride of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands Forest & Plantation Development Corporation Ltd and no doubt, their most successfully mastered project. This eco-village may be a haven of virgin woods adorned with pristine waterways and mangrove creeks. To reach, embark on a road trip to Ray Hills from Port Blair via the Andaman Trunk Road.
If you don’t mind travelling a touch then the Karmatang Beach gives you the wonderful opportunity to go to a gorgeous island and also to enjoy some mesmerising scenic views. Here, you are definitely in for a treat. Apart from sandy white beaches and delightful open waters which may be a typical feature of the Islands within the Upper and Middle Andaman, what really makes the Karmatang Beach stand out is that the natural haven it provides for baby turtles. Yes, the Karmatang Beach is best known for its turtle breeding grounds.
Whenever you google for images of tropical paradises, you usually get the crystal-clear waters, golden sand and therefore the setting sun. Oh I forgot one important thing that brings life to those pictures- the coconut trees, of course. Well, Avis Island has it all. The most striking tourist attraction of Mayabunder, the Avis Island unfortunately doesn’t allow tourists and prior permission must be taken before visiting.
Head bent the Interview Islands for a real experience of the wilderness with flora and fauna reigning in its natural habitat. The Island is legendary for its Wildlife Sanctuary known for its untamed elephants reigning in their natural habitats. There is a bit of history behind the story. These elephants were transported here for the economic works and afterward left liberal to roam the islands. The Island is legendary for its raw and untamed wilderness.
The lingering smell of mangoes, coconuts and oranges the Mayabunder County indeed imparts the entire experience of a tropical getaway. A trip to the Andamans is indeed an experience to die for. This tropical getaway is that the whole package for all those that crave for a few change in their monotonous life.