Welcome to the Land of Natural Wonders
Baratang Island in the A & N Islands is truly a land of natural wonders. These wonders starts from mud volcanoes, natural lime stone caves, lesser known exotic beaches, under water marine life to tropical rain forest.
Natural Lime Stone Caves
The lime stone caves, full of splendid stalagmites, stalactites and pillar rocks, can be accessed by a 40-minute boat ride through the creeks from the Nilambur Jetty. And about 15-minute trek further through village and forest. It gives an immense sense of adventure to the tourist.
A mud volcano is created by natural gases emitted by decaying organic matter underground. As the mud is pushed upwards by the gas, it deposits and hardens above ground. As more mud oozes out and spills over the edge it grows in size, gradually forming what you can see today – a miniature volcano with a rich, creamy mud crater at the top.
Mesmerizing Parrot Island
Parrot Island is a tiny island situated near Baratang. It is home to thousands of parrots. During sunset, thousands of parrots come in groups to settle in that island. The landing of parrots can be viewed from boats and it’s an incredible experience to watch such a huge number of parrots landing there.
Baludera Beach is an unpolluted shallow and isolated beach in Baratang Island. During low tide one can wade through for almost a kilometer.
Merk Bay Beach
Merk Bay Beach in North Passage Island offers an excellent sandy Beach with unpolluted environment and evergreen forests. Merk bay is famous for coral, white sandy, shallow beach, suitable for snorkeling, Swimming and Sun Basking. The sea around the Island is famous for playful Dolphins.
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