Only 7 Extinct and Active Volcanoes in India

India’s only active volcanoes is located in Barren island of Andaman, which is also the only confirmed active volcano in South Asia.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are home to most spectacular beaches in India,Tourism is a major industry in Andaman and major tourist attractions in Andaman includes Havelock Island, Cellular Jail,Radhanagar Beach and Ross Island.

Barren Island

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Barren Island in the Andaman and Nicobar islands has India’s only live volcano, erupting once again in 2017.

Baratang Island

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Baratang Island lies 150 km from Port Blair and has only mud volcano in India, The Island also known as scuba diving destination, limestone caves and mangrove forest.

Narcondam Island

Narcondam Island is classified as a dormant volcano by the Geological Survey of India. The Mountain house second tallest point in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Deccan Traps
Dhinodhar Hills
Dhosi Hill
Tosham Hills
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There are 26 National Geological Monuments in India, listed by Geological Survey of India. Indian Subcontinent has exotic collection of Geo Heritage sites such as Rock Formations at Leh Manali,Volcanic Hill Temple In Andhra Pradesh, Kolodyne Castle in Mizoram,Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat, Natural Coral Bridge At Neil Island and Jawai natural caves and rock shelters.