It is refreshing to go to a national park and be one with nature. You will get to see a variety of wildlife and find yourself busy clicking pictures of them.
It is a perfect vacation spot to head to with your family as the feeling of adventure lasts all the way through!
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar have many national parks, making it a perfect getaway for the adventurer in you.
Other than the many beaches and picturesque loacales to roam around, these parks serve as the entertainment you need to jazz things up. Here is a look at some of the national parks in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Campbell Bay National Park
A Sumatran Tiger prowling in the forest.
Photo Courtesy: Steve Wilson
Galathea National Park
A Giant Robber Crab at Galathea National Park.
Photo Courtesy: Anne Sheppard
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
View of Wandoor Beach at Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.
Photo Courtesy: Rajarshi777
Rani Jhansi Marine National Park
A dolphin playing in the water.
Photo Courtesy: Mark Lee
Middle Button Island National Park
A spotted deer at Middle Button Island National Park.
Photo Courtesy: David Kobuszewski
Mount Harriet National Park
A saltwater crocodile lazing under the sun at Mount Harriet National Park.
Photo Courtesy: Howcheng
North Button Island National Park
A dugong hunting for food.
Photo Courtesy: Julien Willem
Saddle Peak National Park
A Water Monitor at Saddle Peak National Park.
Photo Courtesy: Carlos Delgado
South Button Island National Park
A Water Lizard resting on a tree.
Photo Courtesy: Factumquintus
How to Reach
By Air: Leading airlines in India operate frequent departures in the week to Port Blair's Veer Savarkar Airport from Chennai, Bhubaneswar and Kolkata.
By Ferry: Regular ferry services are available from Chennai and Kolkata to Port Blair each making the Port Blair run within a day or two.
Photo Courtesy: Antony Grossy