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SIGHT SEEING

RADHANAGAR BEACH

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Radha Nagar beach is rated as a world class beach. Radhanagar Beach is a surreal experience. While walking on it one could hear the sound of waves gently splashing against the beach on left ear and on right ear one could hear bird song from the forest. Simply the best of both worlds. The clear, turquoise water also makes a beautiful just a position with the white, sandy beach. There is also some snorkeling, for anyone who wants to swim with the fishes.

HAVELOCK ISLAND

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Andaman is a beautiful tapestry that unveils an array of splendid islands including Havelock Island. The island plumps itself 57 km to the north east of the capital of Andaman & Nicobar Island, Port Blair. It is being expounded by white sandy shores and shrouded beaches. The two famous beaches of the island are Radhanagar Beach and Vijaynagar Beach. If you are looking for a fun filled vacation, you won’t be disappointed because the island offers abundance opportunities to enjoy activities like elephant rides, snorkeling, and scuba diving, etc. Andaman Amazing Holidays is a tour operating company and provides tours to Havelock Island throughout the year.

ELEPHANTA BEACH

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On Elephant beach in Havelock Island, people can watch training of elephants and elephants swimming in sea. People can also explore other adventures activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and sight seeing. Elephant Beach is one of those unique beaches on Havelock Island which is untouched by tourism, and you can go snorkeling and see everything from eels to sea horses !

KALAPATHAR BEACH

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The Kalapathar beach is situated on one corner of Havelock Island. The beach gets its name from the surrounding village, which is Kalapathar Village and the black rocks (known as Kalapathar in Hindi) that adorn the coastline here. The drive towards the beach looked very much like a marine drive, but with a tropical fragrance to it. There were hardly any people around. All I could see were some stray dogs, which exist in huge numbers across the Havelock Island. The emerald seas, the tropical forests on one side of the road, the kalapathars (black rocks) that decorate the coastline, the silken smooth silver sands and the sheer solitude make this beach a great place to relax. I was very happy that no tourist infrastructure was available here and nature was left as is. But, if you happen to go here, do exercise caution while entering the waters as the locals warn of the sharp rocks and the strong currents beyond.

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