Sightseeing Place Mud Volcano

Baratang exudes authenticity with its undeveloped periphery, intriguing past and a fantasy rendition of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The archipelago is ringed by mangroves. The uncommon Limestone caverns of India are centred at Baratang. Except for a few spots, travellers are prohibited from visiting the majority of Baratang Island. Surprisingly, Baratang is home to South Asia's only active mud volcano.

Why visiting the mud volcano can be an insightful experience?


> In Andaman, eleven mud volcanoes have been observed, eight of which are based in Baratang and Middle Andaman areas.

> The mud volcano in Baratang Island has been dubbed as 'Jalki' by the locals. It is attracting a growing number of tourists who comes to visit in the hopes of witnessing it erupt.

> This notable volcano triggered by the earthquake is one of the best places to visit on Baratang Island.

> The mud volcano has been primarily formed in the underground gas pockets of the island.

>The mud has been pushed higher by natural gases released by the breakdown of organic substances underneath. As a result, the earth hardens and mud percolates from the surface, forming a small volcano.

Head out for a gateway to Baratang Island and witness India's only active mud volcano with Seashore Delight. We have mind-boggling discounts for all the adrenaline junkies in our Baratang Island tour package.

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