Andaman And Nicobar

By Anuradha Vashisht [email protected] | 2006

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The sun is all set to rise on Havelock

In Havelock you can walk deep into the sea at low tide. The waters are crystal clear and kids are freaking out

Dolphin resort at Havelock island. As all government set-ups, prime on location, low on services!

It''s all blue ... and serene ... at Havelock''s Radhanagar beach. Devyani moves into the picture-postcard frame just in time

With dad at the untouched and unspoilt Radhanagar beach

And here it is in all its glory!.

A resting place on way to the limestone caves in the thick forests

Inside the limestone caves at Baratang. We reach these caves through the Jarawa tribal reserve

Kids pose in front of a water distillation plant (now ravaged by time and tree roots) constructed by the British as they colonised Ross islands in 19th Century

Spotted deer (Cheetal) & Peacock families feel at home on Ross Island

This black cloud has a gold line as it looms over Ross island. The play of clouds and the rain is at it beautiful best in this tropical area bejewelled by the Andaman & Nicobar islands

Tejaswini gets a taste of snorkeling at Jolly Buoy. A great place to view corals and sea creatures as well as the changing multi-colours of the seas

We come across a dead sea snake on the dolphin resort beach