Bartanga island is an astounding little island that will leave you mesmerized by its beauty. It is located in the north and middle of Andaman district that is part of Indian territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. it is approximately 100 kilometers by road from the capital city of port Blair. the island is hidden treasure not explored by many so, if you will pay a visit you will be delighted by the serene environment and fascinating beauty of this it’s beaches. The place is well renowned for its limestone caves and mud volcanoes though if you want to visit the caves you will require to take the permission from forest department at Bartanga. if you do visit, we can assure you the beauty of the caves is worth the wait. The easiest way to reach the island is through the government ferry services that are convenient and runs between port Blair city and phoenix bay jetty.
The island is only place in India that is home to mud volcanoes and also popularized by the name of Ranchiwalas island. The place is also filled with beautiful lush greenery unlike any other beaches that you would have seen. You can also take the Andaman trunk road to reach the island that connects ranagat and mayubunder.it is home Jarwa tribe – that part of one of the oldest existing human races, and they are far from modern civilization.