Situated midway between India and Burma in the Bay of Bengal is the archipelago of 572 emerald islands, islets, and rocks known as the Andaman Nicobar Islands.According to a Hindu legend, the place derives its name from Handuman or Hanuman, the Monkey God of the great epic Ramayana. Hanuman is said to have used these tiny islands as stepping-stones oh his way to Lanka to save Lord Ram’s consort, Sita. Popularly referred to as the "Veritable Garden of Eden" and a "nature's paradise", the beautiful small and big islands and pristine waters of Andaman Nicobar India are home to the endless varieties of flora, fauna, and marine life. The long stretches of powdery white sand are dotted with many crescent shaped virgin beaches, which are covered with thick groves of the coconut palm, casuarinas, and pandanus trees. The breathtaking natural beauty, the clean environment, thrilling adventure sports, and the warm hospitality of the people of Andaman Nicobar Island attract thousands of nature lovers and holidaymakers from all across the globe.
The most favoured time to visit Andaman Nicobar Island India is between mid November and April as the weather is quite pleasurable during these months. People planning to visit Andaman Nicobar after February can expect slightly humid and warm conditions. December and January are the peak season for Andaman Nicobar tourism.
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