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Baratang Island Tour Packages

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Baratang Island also called Ranchiwalas Island is located between the south and middle Andaman.

The island is situated 150 km from the Port Blair. One has to take a government ferry service or bus service to reach Baratang Island.

The exhilarating features of this island are mangrove creeks, Parrot Island, limestone caves, mud volcanoes, and beaches.

Baratang island day trip At Jirkatang village check post, plenty of toilets are available where you can refresh yourself.

Along the journey to Baratang Island, baratang island Andaman you will come across a famous indigenous tribe called the Jarawas.

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Parrot Island:

Parrot Island is a part of Baratang Island and is home to many natural inhabited Parrots.

Located at 30 km away from Baratang Jetty, Parrot Island is the most beautiful island in Andaman.

One has to take Dunghi boat ride from Baratang Jetty to reach the Parrot Island.

A perfect blend of colorful sea, beautiful mangrove creeks, stunning sunset and attractive flocking birds are definitely a grand quest for nature lovers.

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Mud Volcanoes:

The Mud Volcano is located near the Baratang Jetty of Andaman Island.

One has to reach Uttara Jetty and from there it’s a 20 minutes travel to the mud volcano which is one of the best attractions in Baratang Island.

It is one of the few places in India where you can see an active mud volcano and it’s a rare natural phenomenon.

It’s just natural gases getting emitted from the underground pushing the muds to spit out with the release of gases like methane, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.

Limestone caves:

Limestone caves in Andaman are a visual treat to a nature lover.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed at the bottom of the sea.

Nestled deep within the mangroves and amidst the lush rainforest, the Limestone caves in Andaman are highly recommended to be on your Andaman itinerary.

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