International Tours - Andaman Nicobar Tours

General Information

The Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands Stretches over a length of more than 700kms from North to south floating in the clear blue waters of Bay of Bengal, East of the Indian main land and consists of 572 emerald Islands (36 of which are inhabited), islets and rocks. Since pre-historic times aboriginal tribes have lived on these Islands. The Andaman group is inhabited by tribes of Negrito origin, while the Nicobar Islands are inhabited by Mongloid stock. The topography of the islands is hilly and they abound in evergreen forests. Timber is plentiful and of a vast variety. These undulating islands are covered with dense forests and endless variety of exotic flora and fauna.



   Fact File - Andaman Nicobar
Location  
Bay of Bengal, 92° to 94° East. Longitude 6° to 14° North
Area   Andaman District: 6,408sq.kms.
Nicobar District: 1,841sq.kms
Forest Cover: 86%
Capital   Port Blair
Climate   Tropical and Humid. Humidity ranges between 70% and 90% with a gentle breeze blowing at all times. The weather is generally pleasant with a minimum temperature of 23°C and maximum 30°C.
Ideal Tourist Season: October to May
For Monsoon Holidays: June to September
Altitude: Varies from sea level to 732 meters.
 
 
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