North Button Island National Park

North Button Island National Park, was set up in 1979 and located in Andaman District. Deep, blue water around the whole island is the natural habitat of Dolphins. The major attraction of this park is Dolphins, Dugong and water monitor Lizard.This park is covered by wet tropical forests. The North Button Island National park forest area is a home for different species of plants, trees, birds and wild animals etc.

To Get There

The North Button Island National Park not connected by roads. Visitors can reach the park through ferries provided by authorities from Port Blair and it is also accessible by Long Island.

Accommodation

Visitors are advised to get in touch with the authorities of the North Button Island National park about accommodation, tariff, and other facilities.Otherwise, some private accommodation facilities are available in Long island.

When To Visit

Best time to see the park is from December to March every year.The main attraction of the island is a Cerulean whale and this is normally not seen, but of cold winters, the large species comes on the upper layer of waters for hours a day.

Other Activities

This is a good spot for scuba diving and snorkelling for tourists. Some adventure lovers also perform scuba diving and by doing this they can view the real living pattern of various species of the sea.The other places of interest around the park include Barren Island, Marine National Park and Long island.

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