What to do Inland:
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are a cluster of small islands in the Bay of Bengal under the jurisdiction of the Indian Government, and they’re a fantastic place to start your trip. Saddle Peak on the North Andaman Island is the highest of the archipelago in the bay, and from its top you can gaze out across the islands. A trek will prove to have some health benefits and might put your fitness to the test, but the view will be well worth the walk. If you are looking to take in some history, Gandhi Park gives you some scenic gardens, long walks and, surprisingly, a lake. It’s located near Port Blair, the capital city, which has its own history, as you will see the British colonial prison once built there. Further inland, if you venture far enough, you will find the Samudrika Marine Museum, which showcases the islands’ exotic maritime habitat. The Bharatang Limestone Caves are another sight not to be missed; a long network of ancient caves, and they also happen to be a popular eco-tourism destination, sitting in a dense mangrove.