Mayabunder North Andaman Island
Mayabunder Middle Andaman Island, around 242km far from Port Blair, Mayabunder is a serene destination with lesser traveler spots contrasted with other neighboring islands. It is known for its social capriciousness because of the vicinity of Bangladesh and east Pakistani pioneers, ex convicts and a Burmese slope tribe – Karen-who were moved here amid the British pilgrim period. Despite the fact that Mayabunder is the regulatory home office of North and Middle Andaman region, the town is little with no vacationer base. Local people don't promptly communicate in English, so in the event that you don't know Hindi or Bengali, data can basically be looked for just by asking the staff at the inn you're staying in. The shore is bordered with mangroves and the shorelines are not as famous as the ones on different islands. Karmatang shoreline is excellent, with its long extend of dark volcanic sand and shallow waters. On the off chance that you plan to stay here long, the disengaged islands adjacent could be justified regardless of a look as they offer some wilderness encounters and stunning snorkeling opportunities. With everything taken into account, Mayabunder is not a general vacationer pick. It will engage voyagers searching for an ordeal near nature and far from the grow.
Mayabunder is a Town in The Northern Part of Middle Andaman Island, Andaman Archipelago, India. The name is also spelled Maya Bunder or Maya Bandar. As of 2001, the county had 23.912 inhabitants, of which 3182 were in the town. It was settled in the British colonial period by immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh and ex-convicts. Administratively, Mayabunder is the headquarters of the North and Middle Andaman district, which is part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Territory.
Mayabunder is linked with Port Blair by the Andaman Trunk Road (242 km) and by ferry (136 km).
Economy and Facilities
Mayabunder is a waystation for several tourist attractions, such as mangrove lined tidal creeks, the beach at Avis Island (30 minutes by boat), and Karamatang Beach (13 km), a sea turtle nesting ground. Port Blair and Mayabunder are the only ports that can harbour passenger ships from mainland India.
Mayabunder Has a Public College, Mahatma Gandhi.
On 24 December 2012, Indian Coast Guard Station Mayabunder, the first CG Station in the North Andaman Islands was commissioned by the Defence Secretary, Shri Shashi Kant Sharma.