Meet the Super Blue Island Sea Beaches

18th Dec 2019
Photo of Meet the Super Blue Island Sea Beaches by Solo Traveler

There’s nothing quite like sighting crystal clear water beaches with blue and green hues sparkling in the sunlight.

The water absorbs the red part of the spectrum leaving the commonly observed ocean blue and sometimes various hues of light bounces off of floating sediments and particles in the water creating different shades. There’s nothing quite like sighting crystal clear water beaches with blue and green hues sparkling in the sunlight.

Beaches in India rarely get the title of ‘best’ ‘most beautiful’ or ‘Clean and Clear’. But that’s a misconception.

India do possess some of the beautifull blue Sea beaches which looks as breath-taking as any exotic beach of a tropical setting.

1. Radhanagar beach,Havelock Island,Andaman is one of the most pristine beaches in India with Blue Water, the Radhanagar beach is crowned as the best beach in Asia. It is one of the rare best beaches in india which boasts of azure blue waters, untarnished white sands, and lush green palms. This beach is also known as the 7th beach as it has also been listed in the top 7 beaches in the world.

Photo of Radhanagar Beach by Solo Traveler

3. Vijaynagar Beach or Beach #5 on Havelock Island is paradise on earth. Its long coastline is lined by innumerable beach resorts and restaurants. However, just stepping on the beach gives you that edge-of-the-world feeling. There is absolutely no part of this beach that is ever crowded, you are only likely to see a bunch of backpackers sunbathing or taking a dip in the blue waters here. The beach is lined by coconut trees under which you can drink, read or just take a nap.

Photo of Vijay Nagar Beach by Solo Traveler

5. A 30 minute boat ride from Havelock Island,Andaman this beach is blessed with rich flora and fauna. This beach of India is best visited for water sports like jet-skiing, snorkeling, banana rides and many more along with a peaceful walk on the white sand.

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6. Situated at about half a kilometre from the jetty, one can conviniently find the busy Bharatpur Beach, Neil Island, Andaman. This vast sandy stretch and gently curving bay allows for a perfect swim. The water is so shallow that even non-swimmers can take a refreshing dip. There are also plenty of stalls selling refreshments, coconuts, snacks and some tourist souvenirs.The whole bay is pretty nice for snorkelling as one can see lots of different fish and in some parts bits of new growing corals.

Photo of Bharatpur by Solo Traveler

7. Laxmanpur Beach No 1 is a picturesque waterfront, covering a long stretch of area of Laxmanpur Village of Neil Island,Andaman. White shell sand covering this secluded beach is quite a contrast to the blue sea. Corals and sea shells are found in abundance at this seafront.The sea is shallow and calm, making it perfect for swimming and snorkelling. This serene beach offers a stunning panorama, especially when the sun sets in the horizon.

Photo of Laxmanpur Beach No 1 by Solo Traveler
Photo of Laxmanpur Beach No 1 by Solo Traveler

8. Laxmanpur beach No 2 in Neil Island,Andaman is the place where the abundance of corals and shells make the tourists jealous of the unparalleled richness of nature. With the wide and glistening beach that runs a long distance, the Laxmanpur Beach is the perfect place for spending a memorable evening while watching the beautiful sunset.

Natural coral bridge can also be found here which is popular among tourist.

Photo of Laxmanpur beach no 2 by Solo Traveler
Photo of Laxmanpur beach no 2 by Solo Traveler

9. Sitapur beach in Neil Island,Andaman is also known as the ‘sunrise beach’ and it is best situated to enjoy the lovely sunrise early every morning. This postcard perfect serene beach has two curved bays and clear blue waters which tempt one to go for a swim.

Due to its location, it is prone to higher tides and stronger currents, but swimming is possible at all times. All along the white stretches of soft sand there is plenty of shade from the palm treess.. At low tide one can walk to the second bay and explore small caves or just enjoy the peacefulness of Sitapur beach.

Photo of Sitapur by Solo Traveler
Photo of Sitapur by Solo Traveler

4. Govind Nagar beach in Havelock Island is a serene and lonely beach perfect for long strolls, especially during low tide when you can wade through the water among the corals and spot a variety of marine life.Do not miss the under water coral life and fish life, you can get to see these by either snorkeling or Scuba diving. Scuba Diving is recommended the most.

Photo of Govind Nagar Beach by Solo Traveler

10. An unspoiled beach situated around 8 Km away from the heart of the Port Blair city,Andaman. This mesmerizing beach is dotted with coconut palms and turquoise blue sea water which enhance its pristine beauty. Apart from being a natural treasure, Corbyn’s Cove is also the most sought-after location for enjoying water sports activities and it is one of the famous places to visit in Port Blair.

Photo of Corbyns Cove Beach by Solo Traveler
Photo of Corbyns Cove Beach by Solo Traveler

2. Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand with big black rocks beside the blue sea. It is situated on one corner of Havelock and is a continuation of beach No. 5. It is a small but charming beach in. The beach lies next to the village of Kala Pathar. Hence it derives its name from the beach. You will be impressed by the stunning scenic beauty of the beach.

Photo of Kalapathar Beach by Solo Traveler