From high up, it is probably just a cluster of over 572 small and large emerald islands surrounded by blue waters. And really, nothing can prepare you for the stunning beauty that greets you as you set foot here. Shimmering green in the blue expanse of the Bay of Bengal, the landscape is undoubtedly scenic and picturesque. The entire stretch covered in dark forests would enhance your curiosity of the secrets lurking within. The waters are beautiful, the beaches pristine and watersports options available aplenty. These mysterious and relatively unexplored islands are presumed to be the land of Hanuman (Hindu monkey God), who is believed to have stopped here while looking for Goddess Sita. The capital Port Blair is where you'd land first and is a convenient base for exploring the entire stretch of the islands. What's more - you don't just camp under open skies, but also prepare your own quick meal of crabs and prawns right on the beach! Andaman & Nicobar Islands have the perfect ingredients for an exotic getaway - peace, cultural extravaganza, secrets of the underwater world and what not! Escape now!