The Andaman Islands are in the Bay of Bengal. Also, the Islands are roughly 300 islands known for their white-sand beaches, mangroves, and rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off-limits to visitors.
The Islands are home to the Andamanese, a group of indigenous people that includes a number of tribes, including the Jarawa and Sentinelese tribes. Tourists need a permit to visit some of the islands. North Sentinel island, however, is closed to visitors.
Agriculture is the occupation of most of the residents of the Islands. Principal crops include rice, coconuts, betel (areca nuts), fruits, and spices (such as turmeric).
The staple diet of Andaman includes rice, coconut, spices, and lots of seafood. In fact, being a group of islands, Andaman is a paradise for seafood lovers. From cuttlefish, crabs, lobsters, and prawns, to the all-time favorite Red Snapper, you can taste a variety of seafood on these islands.
The islands are a part of India and hence the Indian tourists need no visa to travel to these islands. Tourism police and appointed lifeguards posted at the beaches make the stay quite safe. There are adequate signboards and directions to help travelers. Andaman Islands Tour Package will include history, beach, cruise, and snorkeling. It will be an all-encompassing holiday for you and your family.