havelock island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, Asia
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About The Activity
Have you ever had the experience of seeing elephants swimming – yes, indeed you can watch them at The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. There are many small islands located at one place and this is the only place where you get the chance to see Rajan – 63 year old elephant swimming under the sea. It is a brilliant sight to see this old elephant swim in the sea. The trip to Andaman and Nicobar Islands is not complete unless and until you watch the elephants swim. It is an amazing sight to see these heavy weight champions swimming in the sea. You would be actually surprised to see them swimming and that too for long hours at a stretch.
It is a definitely a difficult task to swim or long hours in the sea, so imagine an elephant swimming for such a long time. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a collection of islands and this is one of the major tourist attractions of this place. There are many beautiful islands among them Havelock Island is considered to be having heavenly beauty because of its scenic beauty, absolute privacy, serene blue water and totally no pollution. This island is the best place to relieve your stress after long days of work and rejenuvate yourself.
Further towards the north of Havelock Island there is the Elephant beach where you shall find a wide spread of corals; this place is the most sought after place for snorkeling and scuba diving. Before few years this beach was washed away by tsunami but it has come back to life over a period of time. Here is the place where you get the chance to see large number of elephants. The elephants are brought to Andaman and Nicobar Islands through sea because they can swim for a long period without getting tired. This is the most unbelievable feature which one should not miss while on tour to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.