Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Virgin Beaches of Jolly Buoy Island

Finding a virgin beach stretch in today’s ear is a very rare phenomenon. But, I guess all of us get very excited when we end up spotting one.

I went through a similar state of elation when I located such virgin beach stretches at the Jolly Buoy Island. The Jolly Buoy Island is a small dot in the map of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in the Andaman Islands of India.

This beach looked like it had hardly been trodden. It was clean in all directions. The ecosystem was so pure that sea snails were having a field day here. One could also spot flying fish from this beach.

And, the huge tropical trees by the beach side added to its aura. Some of its lagoons exuded a paradise look.

These beautiful scenes captivated me so much that I had to stayed here for a longer while, I would have attained a state of nirvana.

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