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North and Middle Andaman is a district of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.


Map of North and Middle Andaman

  • 1 Mayabunder Mayabunder on Wikipedia — headquarters of the district, well connected to Port Blair via 240 km of Andaman Trunk Road (ATR). The distance is 136 km by ferry.
  • 2 Diglipur — the largest town in the far north of the archipelago, it is a base for trips to the nearby Smith and Ross Islands.
  • 3 Rangat — around 210 km from Port Blair, connected by boat and Andaman Trunk Road.

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  • 1 Baratang Island — mud volcano, limestone caves and mangrove creeks in backwaters
  • 2 Barren Island Barren Island (Andaman Islands) on Wikipedia — the island with the only active volcano in the whole of India. It is a restricted area within the Andaman Islands.
  • 3 Long Island — great if you're looking for Robinson Crusoe-style camping; no facilities, so you must bring all of your own gear and food – except that camping is illegal on public land and on beaches (and there is a hotel).
  • 4 Narcondam Island — a volcanic island that is home to the narcondam hornbill. Normally restricted for tourists by the Indian Coast Guard.
  • 5 Saddle Peak National Park Saddle Peak National Park on Wikipedia — surrounded by tropical vegetation and forest, many species can be found here
  • 6 Smith and Ross Islands


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