A fun vacation is all about having new interesting things to do. In a socially active world, many people seem to post their vacation photos on the go. If you are planning to visit Andaman, we are sure you plan to click a pic at every juncture to ensure the memories last a lifetime. But make sure these top 5 must-have Andaman selfie points are on your list
Aerial view of the sand bar connecting Ross and Smith islands
- The connecting natural white sand bar between Ross and Smith Islands
One of the amazing attractions at Andaman are the Ross and Smith Islands. Providing the proverbial “island-hopping” experience, both these islands are connected by a natural white sand bar. Stand right around the edge of one bar to get a mesmerizing shot of this (probably) once in a lifetime experience of walking between two islands. Know more about Ross and Smith islands here
2. The mud volcano
A few people get to see an active volcano in their lifetime (a live to tell about it). While the mud volcano in Andaman is nowhere close to threatening, it is still fun to be able to be up close to a patch of bubbling soil that gives a glimpse of the destructive forces in nature. While you can’t get very close to the actual volcano bubble due to the barricade, get a photo around it as a souvenir
3. Scuba / Snorkel pic
Andaman is called the scuba capital of India and boasts to have one of the best diving spots in the world near Havelock. The corals and fishes offer an unseen hue of colours making diving / snorkeling one of the most compelling experiences in Andaman. All dive shops in the islands have underwater cameras that can click a great pic of an underwater adventure that you can frame back home
4. The ethereal roots at Ross Island -among the best Andaman selfie points
Beyond the pristine beaches, Andaman is also home to an interesting chapter in world history. Ross Island is now home to the traces of a colonial rule and has trees with huge root system taking over entire buildings. This is a prime location to get many “out-of-the-world” pictures as they say.
5. The classic beach shot
Andaman is all about beaches and the warm and wonderful feeling they bring forth but photography at the beach may not be an equating experience. Too much sun or the wrong angle can fuzzy your photos. One of the simplest tips for classic beach photos is to be there during the “golden hour” – an hour in the morning / evening when the sun is about to rise / set. It gives a wonderful glow to your photos making them picture postcard perfect. Another interesting thing to do is to take black and white photos on the beach – it brings a new dimension to the mood altogether!
To ensure all of the above and many other photo points are included in your Andaman Tour Package, contact an Andaman Holiday Expert today