On a whole 7 days are sufficient to cover major places of Andaman Nicobar Island.. But to cover whole it would require Month.
Andaman has it all - beach paradise as well as Adventures treks.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands today are a gathering of 572 close to remote locations, islands and rocks. Its magnificent backwoods and extraordinary verdure blow your mind. Over 86% of the islands' territory is under woodland cover, home to creatures like the spotted deer, wild hog, gecko, crab-eating macaque and pythons. Its flickering white sea shores are likewise settling homes to an assortment of ocean turtles.
Important things to remember:
1. Always carry cash expect for the port blair city you wont find atm at anyother place.
2. Carry Airtel or Bsnl sim cards and forget about uploading stories on insta and snap for few days, you wont have proper connectivity on islands.
3. If traveling by friends then hire bikes instead of car, if with family then you have no choice.
4. Dont Eat heavy breakfast or lunch before boarding cruise, Air might get Windy and your journey might get wavy.
I have covered port blair, havelock island and neil island along with night kayaking, scuba diving, trekking. here is how i have travelled
#1st Stop - Port Blair.
Port Blair is your doorway to the rich spread of magnificence and peacefulness that the islands have to bring to the table. Investigate its numerous historical centers, find the vegetation and the rich marine life or basically go for a walk at the Marina Park to appreciate the sweet ocean breeze. Stroll past the Japanese fortifications, enjoy water sports, find the island's high pinnacles, and get acclimated with the land's rich culture and variety. Port Blair is the best prologue to the Andaman Islands that one could expect.
Places to Explore
1. Cellular Jail
The Cellular Jail, (काला पानी) also known as Kālā Pānī (Hindi for Black Waters), was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison was used by the British for the express purpose of exiling political prisoners to the remote archipelago. Many notable independence activists, including Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, V.O. Chidambaram Pillai and Vinayak Savarkar were imprisoned here during the struggle for India's independence. Today, the complex serves as a national memorial monument.
Dont Forget to visit the night show it will give chills and goosebumps.