The Andaman Islands, an archipelago in the Bay of Bengal with Myanmar to the east and north, are about 1370 kilometres east of mainland India. It is a picturesque landscape of clear waters, sun-dappled white beaches, mangrove wilderness, and coconut groves that provide a cool shade for your hammock as it gently sways in the wind. The Andaman Islands, which are a part of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, are inhabited by Jarawa and Sentinelese native tribes in addition to Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Myanmarese, and Nicobarese people. Only a select fraction of the 572 islands, including the northern Coco Islands, which are under the jurisdiction of Myanmar, are accessible to visitors in order to safeguard the Sentinelese people’s right to seclusion.Read More
North Bay Island is well-known for its stunning natural beauty, exquisitely gorgeous coral reefs, up-close views of the undersea marine life, and, of course, for exploring the Andaman Islands' renowned white sand beaches. The coral reefs are this island's most cherished attractions and a popular tourist destination.
The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a British colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The prison was used by the colonial government of India for the purpose of exiling criminals and political prisoners.
Along with other tiny islands that were originally inhabited by British colonists, such as Corbyn's Cove, Wandoor, Ross Island, Viper Island, and others, Port Blair is also well-known for the historic Cellular Jail. Under the Smart places Mission, Port Blair has been chosen as one of the places to be transformed into smart cities.
When you fly into Port Blair in the morning or afternoon, our representative will be waiting outside the terminal with a sign with your name. You'll be driven to your hotel, where you may unwind and sleep. We go on to Corbyn's Cove Beach afterwards. The four-mile coastal drive to this beach is fantastic. A sight to behold is km with an open sea on your left. During this trip, make pit stops to click taking images and discovering the beauty. Later, head to Cellular Jail to see the riveting Sound and Light Show, where the valiant story of the Indian liberation movement is brought to life. During this tour, freedom fighters' struggles for India's independence are reenacted. After this journey is over, we return you to your hotel.
We leave today for Havelock Island, the most incredible location in the Andaman Islands. The best island in India, according to travellers, is this place. Take a ferry from Port Blair to Havelock Island. When you arrive in Havelock, a representative from our company meets you and drives you to your accommodation. Later, we set out for Radha Nagar Beach, one of Asia's top beaches. Discover this beach's pristine sands and take in the splendour of this natural gem. You remain here at the beach until dusk. After this, we return you to your resort where you may unwind and relax.
Why not investigate anything underwater? We set out today for Elephant Beach, the most popular snorkelling spot on Havelock Island. One of Havelock Island's greatest reefs may be found at Elephant Beach, which is about a 30-minute boat ride away. The reef here begins at a depth of less than a metre, which is fantastic. We unwind once we get to Elephant Beach. Later, a guide drives you to Elephant Beach for a free snorkelling session (snorkelling at Havelock Island is subject to association rules). After the journey, a boat takes us from Elephant Beach to the Havelock pier. Our staff meets you at the pier and transports you to your accommodation.
We go to Havelock Island's Kalapathar Beach today. The route that leads to this beach is stunning. After this excursion, we go back and board a boat from Havelock Island to Port Blair in the late afternoon. When you arrive in Port Blair, a representative from our company will welcome you and drive you to your hotel where you will spend the night.
Check out from the hotel and proceed to the airport to return home with sweet memories of this exotic destination.
Between October and May is regarded as the ideal season to visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands since the weather is good and ideal for sightseeing, water sports, and beach excursions. The monsoon season (July to September) is not generally advised because to the high tides, persistent rain, and strong winds.
20 Beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Radhanagar Beach, one of the cleanest beaches in Asia and unquestionably the nicest beach in Andaman, is well-known for being the ideal beach for scuba diving and snorkelling. This white sand beach offers visitors pleasant and calming views of the beautiful sky and blue oceans together with a shimmering shoreline.
The Andaman Nicobar Islands are well known for its breathtaking beaches, diverse fauna, spectacular marine habitat, and tropical evergreen forests bursting with life.