Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Snorkelling at Jolly Buoy Island

It is a fantastic experience to be inside the marine national park and even more when you are snorkelling in the waters off the Jolly Buoy Island. The beautiful marine life amongst the lively corals are indeed precious moments under water.

The waters are not too deep here, but the current is quite strong. Most of the travel operators operating within the national park are aware of this and keep a safety rope along the perimeter to ensure safety of the tourists along with robust support staff. For those not keen on getting into the water, there is the option of seeing the coral reefs from the dry comfort of a glass boat.

It is a great way to spend your bright mid morning or mid afternoon if you happen to be headed towards Jolly Buoy Island in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park of the Andaman Islands, India.

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