North and Middle Andamans are the least explored but most ecologically diverse areas in the Indian Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Mayabunder town is the district headquarters.
The Middle Andaman Islands are mainly known for the famous towns of Rangat and Mayabundar. Rangat is a popular tourist town in the Middle Andaman Islands. It has attractions such as the Amkunj Beach, Dhaninallah Mangrove Nature Walk, Yerrata Mangrove Park and Yerrata Creek. Mayabunder offers spectacular views of the mangrove-lined tidal creeks, take a dip in the stunning blue-green waters of Avis Island, and see the turtle nesting ground at Karamatang Beach.
North Andaman Islands are the least explored and more preserved area of the Andamans. Mostly covered in dense jungle and the total absence of infrastructure, only a small population of the local Andamanese live there. Digilipur is the largest town in the North Andaman Islands. While the area is still quite under-developed and secluded, it still provides insight into the local everyday lives of the Andamanese. The primary source of income in Digilipur is agriculture and crops such as rice, coconut and pulses.
North Andaman also offers a range of tourist attractions such as the Saddle Peak National Park, the crystal clear blue waters of the Ram Nagar beaches, Ross and Smith islands, Kalipur and Lamiya bay, and mud volcanoes.
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