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Andaman in Travels
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Baratang Islands


Baratang

Baratang
Baratang Island, commonly known as Baratang is one of the islands in Andaman. It is 90 km away from Port Blair. Baratang is 238 square kilometers spread. Baratang curtails the only known examples of mud volcanoes. It is also known for Limestone caves, Baludera Beach, Parrot Island, etc. 


Parrot Island

Parrot Island
Parrot Island is a unique island where the parrot lovers can see the parrots returning to their home. The island is situated near Baratang. One can have a look on to variety of parrots at a time.


Limestone Caves

Limestone Caves
Limestone Caves are a treat to watch. They are located in the Nayadera city, Baratang Island. The journey to the caves is equally mesmerizing since it covers all the way through Tribal Reserves. The caves are famous for having stalactites and stalagmites and the interesting shapes which is formed due to the erosion. One should carry a torch while travelling to the caves.


Mud Volcano

Mud Volcano
Mud Volcano, which is also known as Jalki first erupted in 2003. Since then it has become tourist attraction. It is a splendid sight. Mud Volcano in Andaman is the only active mud volcanoes. There are two active mud volcanoes found in Andaman, one is in Baratang and the other is in Diglipur.


Baludera Beach

Baludera Beach
Baludera Beach is a safe bay on the eastern side of Baratang. The beach is located 9 km away from Nilampur city in Baratang Island. It has eco-friendly huts and tree-top huts. It is a neat and clean beach and is unspoiled so to say.