Great Nicobar

Great Nicobar is the largest of the Nicobar Islands of India, north of Sumatra. Indira Point, its southernmost tip, is also the southernmost point of India. The island covers 1045 kmē but is sparsely inhabited, largely being covered by rainforest and known for its diverse wildlife. The majority of the island is designated as biosphere reserve -the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve. It is a home to many unique and endemic species of plants and animals.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands have an unique culture, where all religions, languages, ethnic groups live in total peace and harmony and hence it is rightly called Mini India. Port Blair has a cosmopolitan character where people of all walks of life live together in peace and tranquility. All major festivals are celebrated with equal zeal and fervour and attended by all religious groups.