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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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"Shimmering clear turquoise waters with colorful sunsets are calling for you! Once you have experienced India, let this be the last, great escape before your trip back home. People can sometimes forget about it, but these bunch of pristine islands are part of India, get your beach bag ready and head down here for the ultimate Indian getaway! Of 572 only 36 are inhabited and a small portion is open to travelers. The crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea feature some of the world’s richest and least spoilt marine reserves- perfect for sea walking, snorkeling, and scuba diving. The largest sea turtles in the world nest here. (Clearly, I am curious enough about them to mention it specifically.) History Fact: North Sentinel Island is home to one of the most isolated paleolithic tribes in the world. (Of course, you can't visit them unless you want to be shot at by arrows and die!) Some places to check out: -Port Blair -Havelock Island -Merk Bay Beach -Diglipur (North Andaman Islands) -Ray Hill, Mayabunder "
"Pour un séjour au cœur d'îles paradisiaques aux fonds marins préservés, les îles Andaman & Nicobar sont l'idéales. Situées au large de la Thaïlande, elles ne sont pas idéales pour les backpackers, mais plutôt pour des séjours hauts de gamme ou en amoureux."

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