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==Understand==
 
==Understand==
Long Island has no infrastructure whatsoever. The ability to camp here changes regularly, but at last check it was possible, and offers some rewarding self-sufficient camping. All supplies must be brought with you.
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Long Island has very little infrastructure. There is one small village, and only 1 government resthouse that must be booked through [[Port Blair]].
  
 
===History===
 
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==Fees/Permits==
 
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The permit you receive on arrival in [[Port Blair]] is good for Long Island.
 
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==Sleep==
 
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===Lodging===
 
===Lodging===
 
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There is one government resthouse on Lalaji Bay which must be booked in [[Port Blair]]. Don't show up without a booking as you will likely be turned away, and other options don't really exist.
 
===Camping===
 
===Camping===
 
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Other than a few tourists at Lalaji Bay the real reason to come here is for secluded self-sufficience... you must bring all of your own gear and food and cook for yourself. The government changes it's mind regularly about whether or not you can camp here... but it's possible to do it either way.
 
===Backcountry===
 
===Backcountry===
  

Revision as of 14:32, 17 October 2006

Long Island is a small island in the Andaman Islands of India.

Contents

Understand

Long Island has very little infrastructure. There is one small village, and only 1 government resthouse that must be booked through Port Blair.

History

Landscape

Flora and fauna

Climate

Get in

Fees/Permits

The permit you receive on arrival in Port Blair is good for Long Island.

Get around

See

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Lodging

There is one government resthouse on Lalaji Bay which must be booked in Port Blair. Don't show up without a booking as you will likely be turned away, and other options don't really exist.

Camping

Other than a few tourists at Lalaji Bay the real reason to come here is for secluded self-sufficience... you must bring all of your own gear and food and cook for yourself. The government changes it's mind regularly about whether or not you can camp here... but it's possible to do it either way.

Backcountry

Stay safe

Get out


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