It's formed by natural layers of sands that are forced together, forming sedimentary rock and a cave-like structure over time.
Mahatma Gandhi National Park is in Wandoor, Andaman. It's recognised for its beautiful coral reef and colourful fish of all sizes.
Some of the oldest British and Japanese buildings in the country can be found on the island. It shows that people in Britain live in a very nice way.
Andaman Sea's Barren island is visible. The island's active volcano is south Asia's only one. It's a restricted zone; you need permission to enter.
Beach at Middle Andaman's Rangat. The beach has rocky and coral structures and crocodile warning signs prohibit swimming.
One of Asia's most stunning beaches is the 7th most beautiful in the world. The beach lies on Andaman and Nicobar's Havelock Island.
It is a coral bridge that was made by nature. The best time to see the Howrah bridge is when the tide is low. The island on which it is located is called the Neil island.
You can relax with bird song and natural scenery at the beach on the island. Yellow-eyed penguins and blue penguins can be spotted if you're lucky.
The beach is on the island of Neil. The beach is known for its exotic coral reef and colourful sea life. It is the best place to learn about the world under the water.
As the name suggests, this unrestricted island is a bird paradise where thousands of parrots have made their nests. The location is a protected reserve.
The beach's sunset is lovely. Also, the beach is calm and photogenic. It's not big. Expect a crowd at sunset.