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About Andaman and Nicobar Islands
For the longest time, Indian tourists seeking a beach haven have flown to more famous seaside destinations like Thailand, Maldives, Mauritius and Bali – often overlooking the spectacle that was very much a part of Incredible India – Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an archipelago about 1,000 kms off the eastern coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. Comprising 572 islands, only 38 are permanently inhabited and about 12-15 accessible by tourists. Port Blair, being the capital and having the lone airport in the region, tends to be the gateway to these pristine islands. Port Blair houses Cellular Jail, a colonial prison housing political exiles, which has now been converted into a national memorial.

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About SeaShell
SeaShell has been in the hospitality business in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands since 2000. The Group was founded with the conviction to provide guests a refreshingly enjoyable, hassle-free and memorable experience. It was one of the first luxury hotel chains in these islands which also put Andaman on the tourism map. With the rapid growth of tourism in the region and also by providing guest-centric experiences, SeaShell currently owns three properties in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands and also plans to expand in the North and Middle Andaman region. Our management team is driven by our passion for perfection and is eager to offer the highest consistency in quality, service, and style.

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Bonova Café & Pub is the answer if you want to unwind at a classy yet trendy place on Havelock Island and at the same time be spoilt for choice with an expansive range of food and exotic beverages. Nestled in a corner at Govind Nagar Beach, in SeaShell Resort, Bonova transforms from a café to a pulsating pub at dusk. Bonova exudes an eased out and informal vibe with its brown wooden furnishing and large French windows. From chill-out tracks during the day to live music / DJ by the best talents, Bonova has music options to appeal to every mood.

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