Maritime Museum of Samudrik

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Welcome to Maritime Museum of Samudrik

The main attraction of the Andaman Islands is, of course, the Andaman Sea. The treasures of this sea kingdom do not cease to excite the minds of divers and scientists studying underwater inhabitants. Invariably warm azure waters of the Andaman Sea are the best magnet for beach lovers. Due to the lack of large shipping routes and the far-sighted policy of the Indian government prohibiting industrial fishing, the Andaman Islands invariably appear in the ratings of the best dive sites on the planet.


It's not difficult to guess that the Samudrika Marine Museum is dedicated to the wealth of the underwater world near the Andaman Islands. The museum is run by the Indian Navy and is located in the city of Delanipur, a few kilometers from Port Blair. It has as many as five thematic sections:

History of the Andaman Islands


The population of the islands


Inhabitants of the depths of the Andaman Sea


Each of the five halls is of interest, but special attention should be paid to the marine inhabitants. The museum has a rich collection of all kinds of corals, shells, shells and other samples of marine flora and fauna. It's really interesting. The aim of the museum is to increase the level of knowledge among local residents and visiting tourists. The museum exposition demonstrates the uniqueness and richness of the ecosystem of the Andaman Islands and is aimed at convincing visitors of the need to take care of the environment.

The museum also boasts a huge relief map of the Andaman Islands. If nothing has changed, it is open to visitors from 8.30 to 12.00 hours, and then from 14.00 to 17.00. The Maritime Museum of Samudrik is closed on Mondays and during national holidays. Do not miss the opportunity to expand your horizons.

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