6 Th December 2017: Latest updations in the travel and tourism of Andaman islands is inviting large inflow of tourists and the travellers all across the world are looking for unique attractions and the capability of Andaman and Nicobar islands to suffice the same is appreciable. Unknown to many of the tourists visiting Andaman, one of the natural attractions, or a unique one, formed naturally is present at the joining of two parts of an island named, Cinque. The North and Southern part of the Cinque island is joined by a natural sandbar, by which the travellers can walk on feet to cross the islands. To reach up to the Cinque island is difficult as one needs a special permission from the forest department of Andaman. Recently, incipient travel packages crafted to lure the Kolkatta natives are including Cinque islands as the best spot for adventure. Howrah bridge in Neil island, as the name given by Bengalis in that area for a natural rock formation, will also be added to the itinerary. Covering both the islands in the Andaman tour package for natives of Kolkatta, the real adventurer in them can come out. The permission to get an entry to the Cinque island will be made possible by the travel operator, Andaman Tour Travels by following their reservation and cancellation policies. Cinque island is 26 kilometres away from Port Blair and one need to catch a ferry named, Seahorse to reach Cinque islands and unfortunately, the night stays in the islands are not permitted. The ferry ride ends at the North Cinque islands and mostly, adventure lovers, the travellers from the Queen of Hoogly river, will get an opportunity to indulge in water activities, fishing and sightseeing. Flora and fauna barely found in other lands are spotted here and the absence of human inhabitation in Cinque islands are opening up a curiosity among the visitors. The travel agency claims that it is a once in a lifetime experience to visit Cinque islands, and if once an Andaman tour is picked, it is worth watching the sandbar that got completely devasted during 2004 Tsunami and later regained to more stable form. Neil island and the visit of Natural rock bridge is added with the itinerary of Kolkatta tourists as Bengalis in the island claim it as the Howrah bridge of Andaman.