Introduction:

South Button Island National park located in Andaman and Nicobar Islands off the coast of India. This National Park is spread over an area of 2 square miles (5 km2).

History:

Andaman and Nicobar Administration has established this national park in the year 1977 to protect different species of wild animals.

Flora:

South Button Island National Park area surrounded by sandy beaches and sea waters is a home for shallow water coral reefs. Visitors can find coral reefs at the depth of 1.8 meters (6 feet) in the sea water. One of the main attractions around the tiny Island is shallow water coral reefs with high visibility

Fauna:

The richness of wildlife is found in North Button Island National Park. Faunal group found in this park include Dugong, Dolphin, Water Monitor, Lizard, Blue Whale.

Activities:

Apart from offering unique vistas to explore marine wildlife, the region is as famous for adventure activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.

Best time to visit:

Best time to visit the park is during the months of December to April.

Timings:

Visitors are advised to get in touch with officials of the sanctuary for complete information entry timings and fee. Usually this Park remains open from 12:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Accommodation:

Visitors are advised to get in touch with us to get know about accommodation and other facilities along with charges.

Getting There:

By Air: The nearest airports is in Port Blair city in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

By Rail: There is no railway station in South Button Island.

By Road: The South Button Island National Park is not connected by roads. Visitors can reach the park through ferries or by motor boats from Port Blair city, which is approximately 73 km (45 miles) away from the park.