Mangrove Creeks in Andaman Overview
Andaman boasts a plethora of unique features. Along with natural ash coloured beaches, coral reefs, dense forest, the place also has mangrove creeks. Mangrove trees are common in coastal areas. They grow out of tangled roots in muddy water. These beautiful trees can be enjoyed during the creek safari offered at various locations all over Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Best spots to start the safari are Limestone Caves, Yerrata Creek, Sabari Village, Dhaninalla Mangrove Creek, Rangat Middle Andaman. You can also join the boat safari at Baratang Island, about 100 km away from Port Blair. Make sure to carry binoculars and camera to show it off on the Gram!
Mangrove shrubs, plants, and trees bloom all year round. The best time to visit the mangrove creeks is during the winter months of November to February when the weather is pleasant. The mangrove creeks in Andaman can be toured on foot, on jeeps and boats, depending on the area where you choose to engage in this activity.
Touring in a boat right in the middle of water while surrounded by lush green jungle is an enthralling and memorable experience. Do tour the mangrove creeks on your next visit to the Andaman Islands.