Hotel Shompen By (Singhotel Hospitality)
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
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... and sand. This is one of the most beautiful beaches I've ever been on. Soft white sand stretching for several thousand meters, crystal clear blue-green water, all backed by a beautiful jungle of majestic trees. No trash anywhere. There is a small government resort at the main access point, tucked into the trees and barely visible from the beach, and a high-end resort further down and a few hundred yards back, not visible from the beach at all. Time (online) Magazine ...
... photograph them. We don’t know how much is true but they are the reason for all the extra permits required. There are many rules about where we can go when we are here and we can only go to 13 of the islands to stay, a further 10 islands can be visited during daylight only and 1 we can visit by boat but we are not allowed to get off the boat there. Everything else is off limits to protect the tribes.
Our first day we ...
... ugly sister...no way! He has to make do without. We all swim off over the reefs. There is all the usual little reef critters hanging around as well as the occasional passing schools of butterflyfish and other nameless stuff. We come across a group of big eye fish, bright salmon in colour with huge round black eyes. Mmmm, I wouldn't mind munching a couple of you for dinner. Ian and I move off to the sandy area in search of rays ...
The Jolly Buoy is a very small island, but is one of the most beautiful islands of Andamans. The boat men double up as your snorkeling partner. The water is absolutely crystal clear and you get to see some really amazing corals at this island. There is also an option of seeing these beautiful corals through the glass bottomed boats for those who are too scared to ...
... situated on upstairs of this museum.
We stopped briefly at the Anthropological Museum's store for some shopping, had some cooling coconuts on the side of the road, purchased some delicious Indian snacks and continued to Mundapahar Sea Beach.
Mundapahar Sea Beach is at the southernmost tip of the island and close to the town of Chidiyatappu. It is famous for swimming, bird watching, sunset views, and panoramic ocean views. There were a few people at the beach ...