Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Andaman
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park comprises of about 12 islands and is located about 30 km southwest of Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and are also the home to India's best marine parks.
Most of the islands in the park are densely forested; the open spaces are covered with scrub and creepers. A casual glance around and one can spot brilliant tropical flowers including orchids, broken branches and fallen leaves spread over the jungle pathways. One can also hear the bird calls, but unless in the open, it is difficult to spot the terns, gulls, ospreys, serpent crested eagles, wood pigeons and of course the swifts.
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is a grandeur tourist attraction in Andaman. This is a fantastic National Park for Marine life in Andaman and is unique all over the world. The red skin Island and Jolly Buoy Island is a famous part of this National Park. These islands are best and famous location for snorkeling and scuba diving in Andaman Islands. One can get a close look of underwater marine life in the beaches of this National Park, including corals and sea weeds.