India’s Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal may be the world’s least known archipelago. Access was banned for generations by the colonial British and, more recently, restricted by the Indian military after independence. Only in the last few years have travelers been permitted to visit a handful of the 550 tiny islands. Journey with award-winning travel writer Tony Perrottet to this lost world of stunning beaches and virgin jungles, populated by Stone Age tribes, Indian eco-warriors, and swimming elephants.
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Published April 1, 2011
by New Word City, Inc..