120 kms. by sea This island has a beautiful beach at Butler Bay, a waterfall and plantation of oil palms. Apart from this there are several sandy beaches all along the coastline of the island.
The break water at Hut Bay offers an excellent view to the tourists. Little Andaman is the vegetable bowl for the Nicobar group of islands. The Onge tribes live in this island, so do Nicobarese apart from settlers from erstwhile East Pakistan and other places. However entry to tribal areas is restricted. Journey 8 hrs. by sea from Port Blair towards south
Little Andaman Island is one of the biggest island in Andaman. It is famed with a pristine beach at the location named Butler Bay and is credited with a stunning waterfall, Panchavati. There are several attractive and secluded scenic beaches in this Island. This is the main vegetable producing Island in Andaman.
Little Andaman Island is renowned for plantation of Red Oil Palm managed by ANIFPDCL. The enthusiastic tourists can pay a visit to the plantation and a factory for palm oil extraction. In this plantation the visitors can get a close look at the various stages of oil palm fruit production.
The Little Andaman Island Tourist Places has a beautiful beach at Butler Bay, a waterfall and plantation of oil palms. Apart from this there are several pristine sandy beaches all along the coastline of the island.
The break water at Hut Bay commands a spectacular view of the scenery around. Little Andaman is the vegetable bowl for the Nicobar group of islands, The Onge tribals habitat in this island, so do Nicobarese apart from settlers from erstwhile East Pakistan and other places.
However entry to tribal areas is limited. Accessibility to this place is from Port Blair.
Little Andaman is the fourth largest of Andaman Islands. Little Andaman Island Tourist Places has been observed as a tribal reserve since 1957. This beautiful low-lying island has diverse rainforest and is a home for several rare species of marine life.
Tourist Spots in Little Andaman Island - The Andaman & Nicobar are a cluster of striking Islands, big and small, inhabited and uninhabited, a total of 572 islands, islets and rocks lying in the South Eastern Part of the Bay of Bengal. They lie along an arc in long and narrow broken chain, approximately North-South covering a distance of nearly 800 kms.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands offer you a serene life and solitude of virgin nature. Experience the endemic strains of flora and fauna while your stay at these islands. Andaman offers a variety of sea food delicacies, besides Indian, Chinese, Continental, and Burmese cuisine.
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