ross and smith island andaman

Ross and Smith Islands are a pair of twin islands located in the North Andaman administrative district of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. They are located approximately 30 kilometers from Diglipur, which is the closest town. Ross and Smith Islands are often referred to as twin islands because they are connected by a natural sandbar. During low tide, the sandbar emerges, creating a narrow strip of land that allows visitors to walk from one island to the other.

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Both Ross and Smith Islands boast stunning beaches with clear turquoise waters and soft sandy shores. The beaches are relatively secluded and less crowded, offering a tranquil and serene environment for visitors. The waters surrounding Ross and Smith Islands are teeming with vibrant coral reefs and marine life. Snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts can explore the underwater world, witnessing colorful coral formations, tropical fish, and other fascinating sea creatures.

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Ross and Smith Islands are known for their natural beauty. The lush green vegetation, coconut groves, and crystal-clear waters make them a picturesque destination for nature lovers and photographers. To reach Ross and Smith Islands, visitors can take a boat or ferry from Diglipur. The journey takes approximately 20-30 minutes, depending on weather conditions.

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