Do Not Miss these Natural Mangrove Walkways in Andaman

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Andaman is best place to travel if you are in love with nature. Individuals, who find peace in the beautiful and tranquil sea waves, will always be obsessed with this place. Besides the sea, there are amazing mangroves walkways in Andaman that are so beautiful and mesmerizing that tourists instantly fall in love with these places. If you are a nature lover, a walk through these natural mangroves of Andaman is going to be the best time of your life. Visiting natural mangroves in Andaman should definitely be in your list of things to do in Andaman.

Below listed are the most famous natural mangrove walkways in Andaman that are loved by tourists:

Dhani Nallah Mangrove
Dhani Nallah mangrove is a must visit if you are in Rangat. You will surely have an enjoyable experience here looking at the mesmerizing and scenic beauty of the mangrove. It is made up of a wooden boardwalk that goes through the mangrove forests on the Dhani Nallah Beach. The best part about Dhani Nallah Mangrove is that you can visit this place during any time of the day without any entry charge. This has made the place a major crowd puller. You may also get a chance to watch turtles inside the sandy beaches here. This is one of the best natural mangrove walkways in India.

Yerrata Mangrove
There is a Mangrove Interpretation Centre built in Yerrata to educate tourists as well as locals about the mangrove history in Andaman. Tourists can walk through the natural 350m of bench walk that offers a pleasant view of the mangroves here. Besides the walkway, tourists can also enjoy the view of the mangrove forests and a small pond created here from the Mangrove View Watch Tower.

Mangrove Canopy Walk, Baratang
The Mangrove Canopy Walk is looked after by the forest officials of Baratang. This Baratang Island is a 100 km drive from Port Blair. The walkway is a 240m narrow bridge that is made up of non-timber forest produce. The best part about this walkway is that it was constructed in a way that no tree or even a bark of tree was pruned during the entire construction. You can find many boards with instructions about the unique features of the mangroves here.

Ross Island Mangrove Walkways
Visitors need to sign-up before entering this island as it is a naval base. The island comprises of several brick mangrove walkways that will give you a delightful experience about the mangroves on this island. You cannot visit the walkways here during the night as the entry remains closed during this time.

These are some of the famous walkways in Andaman that you need to include in your itinerary if you are a nature lover. Customize your Andaman tour packages and add these locations to your tour itinerary today!

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