Andaman And Nicobar Islands - AndamanNicobarTourism

Nicobar islands internationally recognized series of islands in the east of Indian oeseans.Andaman And Nicobar islands are 150 kms from Sumatra ,nicobar islands are part of union teretory of Andaman nicobar islands. created by the collision of india austrlia plate with euroasia .
The climate is warm and dry, temperatures rise between 20 to 30 degree Celsius. heavy rainfall counted here in month of july and august around 4000 mm each year in In mansoon . Little Nicobar are linked to each other, and Camorta, Nancowry, Trinka, Chaura, Katchall, and the nearby islands were linked to each another .


How to reach Car Nicobar islands:-
· Airport:Car Andaman And Nicobar islands has a 44 Meters airstrip at air force base.Also a airstrip of at Campbell bay .
· By Sea: Keating Point and Mus small dock points.a dock in Campbell bay .easily well connected from portblair .

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Places of Interest in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Some of the famous tourist spots in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands include National Memorial, Marine Museum, Naval Marine Museum, Smrithika Museum, Haddo Zoological Garden, Corbyn's Cove, and other beaches, and Humphrey Gunj Memorial. Andaman Water Sports Complex at Port Blair, Chatam Saw Mill (largest in Asia), Chidiya Tapu, Marine Museum, the island of red Skin, and Havelock are the other attractions. Corbyn's Cove, Wandoor beach, Sippighat water sports complex, Cinque island, and Jolly Buoy Island are some adventurous spots on the island.
Location of Andaman & Nicobar islands
Geographically located at 11° 41' N and 92° 46' E, these islands are a part of the Bay of Bengal. Two groups of islands, the Andaman and Nicobar islands lie towards the south eastern part of the Indian mainland.
Capital city of Andaman & Nicobar Islands
The capital city of this Union Territory is Port Blair, which is even the largest city of the place.
Total area covered by Andaman & Nicobar islands
The groups of islets, islands and rocks sprawl over a total area of 8, 250 sq. km.

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