White shell sand with shallow waters and dead corals make it a perfect spot for snorkeling as well. The serenity of the beach offers stunning panoramic view especially when the sun sets on the horizon. The wide beaches become a perfect evening walk where in one hand you are suited with such atmosphere and tranquility and on the other hand with such divinity of sunset.
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As located near Port Blair, Wandoor Beach is easily accessible by the tourists visiting Andaman. If you are an adventure lover, then you can take a short trek to natural caves formed over the passage of time by high tides which enclose the beach. The picturesque scenery of the beach makes it ideal for swimming and coral sighting. If you’re the adventure junkie, then a short trek to the natural caves here is just the thing for you.
The caves, formed over decades, have been carved by fierce high tides that surround the beach. The challenging trek is best taken up in the morning because the tides are low and you’re able to get back by early evening. Overall, the calm and beautiful scenes of Wandoor beach are worth a visit for a soothing experience with the cave trek adding just the right amount of adrenaline.
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The best part about a visit to this beach is that, if you are a lone traveller or a couple, seeking privacy and peace, then you are most likely to find solace here, as it is almost empty. It seems like a heavenly, untouched beauty which you can enjoy and keep all to yourself. Apart from this virgin beach itself, there are quite a few advantages of being at this beach as it is quite strategically located.
Several renowned tourist attraction spots are very easily accessible via this specific beach like Cellular Beach is only 1 km away from Collinpur Beach, the famous Ross and Smith Island, the historical Anthropological Museum is just 1.9 km away from this beach.
Activities: Apart from sunset and sunrise views, plenty of people come for an Andaman and Nicobar trip to see this beach, to identify the rare species appear in multiple colours and size.
North Bay Beach
Coral island with white sand beaches and surrounded by the pristine beauty of Nature. The sea has gifted this island with all the splendour to attract any sea loving human. The Coral reefs are gorgeously decorated by nature to stun the visitor. The corals at North Bay are rather good and spread over large area. You're very likely to spot many fish, a lobster, or even clams on the coral reef. North Bay is definitely one of the best beaches in Port Blair that one must visit during his trip.
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Corbyn's Cove Beach
Secluded, and unspoilt, the Corbyn's Cove beach is just 8 kilometres from the City centre and a prominent sightseeing place in Andaman. With pleasant blue sea water and lush green coconut palms, the beach allows visitors to relax alongside and enjoy several water sports available on the shore of the beach. Further, the beach is also a perfect location for taking pleasure of sunbathing, swimming and surfing.
This coconut palm fringed beach is surrounded by Andaman hotel and small offering refreshments and food. From here, tourists can also visit the Snake Island, which claims to have a lot of deadly snakes. The snake island is also known for colourful corals, mesmerizing fishes and rock faces. One can take a motorboat to land on this island.
Munda Pahar Beach
Residing in the lap of nature, the Munda Pahar Beach is truly a sight to behold. The Munda Pahar Beach is a mind blasting beach with an extensive collection of birds possessing over 46 varieties of endemic birds. The Munda Pahar Beach has become a dwelling place for these vibrant, pulsating and beautiful birds. The Munda Pahar beach, being an inseparable and significant part of the Andaman Islands is of splendid tourism value. The beach tends to create a charm on innumerable tourists who keep flocking to the place all through the year.
If one is travelling to Port Blair then he must go to have a dip at the Munda Pahad Beach 2-3 km away from Chidiya Tapu. It’s an extremely good beach, with white soft sand and absolutely clear water. There are hardly any waves so children can enjoy the shallow waters for a distance. There are also some interesting warning signs at the beach, for crocodiles and sharks, but there is a huge boat patrolling the waters and nothing to worry. It is one of the best beaches in Port Blair.