The Middle Button Island National Park is spread over 64 a square kilometer area, and located 60 kilometers south-east of the Long Island Town, which also happens to be the closest town to this Park. This National Park is mostly noted for its Fauna with a marked presence of the Spotted Deer, the Monitor Lizard, Water Lizard and a rich Marine Life which includes the Blue Whale, Dugong, Dolphins, Sea Turtles, and the pristine and colorful Coral Life swarming with an assortment of colonies of colorful fishes which attract snorkelers from all around the globe.
Notified as a National Park in the year 1979, the average temperatures prevailing here range between 20 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius. With heavy rainfall from June to October, it would be proper to avoid staying here during these periods; however, January to March is the best time to enjoy the pleasures and adventure offered by this National Park.
There is no provision for accommodation within the National Park, and the nearest option available is at Long Island at a very short distance. It is very convenient to approach the Park from here and tourists can always hire motor-boats to get to Middle Button from Long Island. Although a Rest-House is under construction at the Middle Button Island National Park, visitors are also permitted to camp overnight at Middle Button Island within their own tents which they are allowed to bring along.
Bookings and Permission to camp within the National Park will be needed and can be obtained from the Divisional Forest Officer, Middle Andaman, Long Island, Andaman - 744203