Glass Bottom Boat Ride


Why to visit Glass Bottom Boat Ride?


The Andaman Nicobar Islands are a group of about 200 islands in the Bay of Bengal. Bharatpur Beach is the primary beach of this place, while Neil Island is one of the main islands of this collection of islands. This beach is a tourist paradise, with crystal blue water, swimming, and water sports activities such as boat rides, snorkeling, banana rides, and Jet Ski.

This location's shopping is also a draw. This location is well known for its glass-bottom boat. The turquoise ocean will entice you, and you may find yourself sitting on this beach for hours, starring at the water. Food outlets near the beach will satisfy your hunger, and if you aren't hungry, you can enjoy yourself even more.

Brigadier James Neil was honored with the name Neil Island. He was a British citizen, although he was involved in the 1857 sepoy mutiny on the Indian side. This location was uninhabited before 1960. The name of the island has been altered by the Narendra Modi government, and it is now known as Shaheed Island rather than Neil Island.

Glass-Bottom Boating in Bharatpur Beach

Glass-bottom boating in Andaman is a combination of adrenaline and leisure that allows you to explore the underwater marine life of the seawaters while taking a boat trip. There is a small boat with glass bottoms that can hold 4 to 6 people and allows tourists to see the water species as the boat glides on the water.

If you're afraid of scuba diving or snorkeling, glass-bottom boat riding is one of the best things to do in Andaman. Explore the stunning and colorful reefs here with this water sports option. These boats sail in specific areas where they know abundant marine life may be seen without being disturbed.

From Port Blair to Jolly Buoy Island and Red Skin Island, as well as from the water sports complex to North Bay Coral Island, glass-bottom boat tours are available. The cost of a boat ride is determined by the length of the ride.