Barren Island Volcano, Andaman & Nicobar Islands Overview
Barren island is located in the Andaman sea approximately 135 kilometers in to the northeast of port Blair. the barren island is the only seismically active volcano in Indian subcontinent that is approximately 1.8 million-year-old. The volcanic island is largely inhabited as the extreme conditions on the island due to volcanic presence can not support life with comfort. The volcanic eruption at the place is quite frequent making it not a suitable place to visit through the view from close proximity areas is worth the efforts. The travelers or visitors aren’t allowed to visit the island but you take the permission from local forest department for sight seeing though its not that common. The unpredictability of volcanic eruptions requires all the safety measures that are taken to assure that no life is harmed due to certain turn of event. Even while sightseeing no one is permitted to land on the shore though you can get mesmerize by the beauty black bedrock from a distance.
The closest that you can get to this mesmerizingly unique beauty of this island is in 1-kilometer radius of the island. When you will see it from the sea the black bedrock and the sand with deep shades of black creates an absolutely breath-taking view surrounded by crystal blue ocean water making the island look heavenly. Though the information regarding the active volcano is not a hidden piece yet the land of this enigmatic island stays majorly unexplored and not even thoroughly researched making it a big mystery.