Andaman Islands, located on east of the Indian peninsula. Nestled in the Bay of Bengal, the archipelago consisting of roughly 300 islands are prominent for their white sandy beaches, mangroves and dense rainforests and a tropical climate. Blessed with a rich marine life and coral reefs, Andaman is a paradise for divers. The Indigenous Andaman inhabits more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors and protected by the government of India. Cellular Jail takes you to the nostalgic ride in the colonial era where British authorities imprisoned freedom fighters of India. Islands’ capital, Havelock renowned for its beach resorts, snorkeling and scuba spots. To its south is laid-back Neil Island famed for some untouched powdery beaches.