The Andaman Islands are an archipelago in India’s Bay of Bengal, forming the Union Territory with Port Blair as the chief community on the islands, and the administrative center. These roughly 500 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and rain forests interiors. Surrounded with coral reefs that support marine life including sharks and rays, they’re destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling. They’re also popular for water skiing, windsurfing and fishing. Oceanside camping and hiking is possible on some islands. Anadamn is home for the local Tribe, majorly known as Jarawas. It also served as the transit Island for Britishers for cargo ships and acted as isolated location for keeping freedom fighters as captives in the infamous Cellular Jail.