The Andamans are an isolated group of over 300 islands in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. Many of these islands are unexplored and remain dense with exotic jungle and thriving with wildlife. A small number of islands are home to primitive hunter-gatherer tribes untouched by the outside world.
The pristine marine eco system offers some of the most impressive snorkeling and diving in the world.
The Andaman Islands were declared a World Heritage Site in 2002, they are administered by India and abide by strict conservation rules.