Pearl Park Beach Resort

Address: Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 744104, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Neil Island

    Day ThirtyThree - Finding Nemo on Havelock Island

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... beaches on the island. The extremely hot, midday sun did not make the 10km up and down hill route much easier. Eventually we arrived and were greeted with clear turquoise water and golden sand. Beautiful! We weren't happy to hear that snorkelling was not allowed here on beach number 7, especially after just paying to hire snorkel sets. We were even more unhappy to hear that the beach we needed to go to was back the same way we had come from! We had the idea of a nice cold ...

    Neil Island

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 14, 2014

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    We were up at 05:30 this morning to catch the fast ferry to Neil island. We purchased the tickets when we arrived on Wednesday and by the amount of people at the terminal it was a good job. We took a car to Phoenix jetty and when we arrived we were told to get on a shuttle bus, about 50 people climbed on the 30 seater and luggage was piled on the engine compartment next to the driver, he had to let the handbrake off first otherwise he couldn't get to it. I hate traveling on buses ...


    A travel blog entry by ourmaninkome on Nov 27, 2013

    6 photos

    ... movement, in the case of India it seems to have been the opposite since the pictures of all the prisoners that were incarcerated in this prison, depict for the most part, men who were advanced in age. I still marvel about the fact that in spite of India's huge population, incredible diversity of languages ethnic groups ancient origins and cultures and beliefs, it could be amalgamated into one nation that is ...

    Island life

    A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Mar 05, 2013

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    We took a ferry from Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman Islands, to Havelock. I cant begin to explain how beautiful the island was, with beaches far more exotic than anywhere we had ever visited. We stayed in a perfect beach hut with a hammock on the balcony overlooking thick forest and shadowing our hut was a huge mango tree, each morning we cleared the ground and enjoyed the fresh fruit for breakfast. We shared our hut with a vast array of other creatures, including man size ...

    Under the sea!

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Feb 05, 2013

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    ... on the boat and everyone started talking about the "leopard shark" that I realised what I had been looking at down there! We had been a metre away from a shark!! Leopard sharks are not aggressive though and would never attack a diver unless severely provoked. I still can't believe we were swimming with a shark and I didn't even realise it! Ed also spotted a banded sea snake a metre and a half long on that dive. A very long creature with black and grey segments gliding ...