Kalapathar - Little Andaman - India
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India's Andaman Islands are one of the up-and-coming beach destinations in Asia. They lie well off the mainland in the Bay of Bengal, closer geographically to several Southeast Asian nations than to the rest of India. Some of the best beaches can be found on Little Andaman, the fourth largest of the group, which lies towards the southern end of the archipelago. In this drone video by contributor and pilot PixelDo, you'll get a bird's eye view of Kalapathar, one of the beaches on Little Andaman.
Believe it or not but this place is in India. When I first saw this place I was speechless and thought why we run behind foreign locations when India itself has some unique ones. Little Andaman is surprisingly little known and not much people know about it. Main tourist crowd goes to havelock and neil but there are some hidden treasures in little andaman like this lagoon. It is one of the largest Island in Andamans, yet it's remote location makes it the least visited. Those that do make the journey will stumble across pristine beaches, waterfalls, astonishingly cheap food, alcohol and accommodation, locals so friendly they feel like family.
At Kalapathar, three large rocks guarding the mighty Indian Ocean forming a natural pool where water can only enter through the large holes of the cave. Maximum depth of water across the pool 6 ft. Plus a lonely beach with no one around.