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The Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal, which are about 1370 kilometers east of India and border Myanmar to the north and east, are an idyllic landscape with transparent waters, sun-dappled white beaches, mangrove wilderness, and coconut groves that provide a cool shade for your hammock as it sways gently in the wind. The Andaman Islands, which are a part of the Union Territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, are primarily home to the indigenous Jarawa and Sentinelese tribes, but they are also home to Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Myanmarese, and Nicobarese people.
Only a small number of the 572 islands, including the Coco Islands in the north that are controlled by Myanmar, are accessible to tourists. The remaining islands are off limits to protect the Sentinelese people's right to privacy, who are still wary of interacting with the outside world.
Havelock is a popular destination for avid divers and leisure travelers due to its crystal-clear waters, sugary sands, and sun-drenched beaches. The Cellular Jail outside of the very British Ross and Viper Islands is located in Port Blair, making it the ideal starting point for your trip to the Andaman Islands.