South Button Island National Park
About South Button Island National
South Button Island National Park (SBINP) is situated in South Button Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is about 73 km (45 miles) far from Port Blair city in Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India.
This national park is topographically found northeast of Port Blair city in Andaman archipelago.
The SBINP covers a zone of 5 sq km (2 sq miles) in the South Button Island. This national park is encompassed by sandy shorelines and ocean waters with clear visibility.
The SBINP territory encompassed by sandy shorelines and ocean waters is a home for shallow-water coral reefs. Guests can discover coral reefs at the profundity of 1.8 meters (6 feet) in the ocean water. Sealife scientists discovered the event of dugong, dolphin and water reptile in the recreation centre range.
SBINP encompassed via ocean water with clear visibility is a most loved scuba jumping spot for the vacationers.
Chromatic blue water and abundant green trees and shrubs add excellence to this island. Different sorts of hued fish and reeds of different shapes can be seen under the water which makes it another world.
The South Button Island National Park is on the south-west of Havelock Island. By speedboat, it takes scarcely two hours. Shallow-water coral reefs can be seen unmistakably in this Island that draws the primary consideration.