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January to May and then from October to December.
If you feel like relaxing. Just stretch out on a mat by the sea.
This varies from activity to activity.
September - May
Couples, Families
1 out of 16 attractions in Havelock Island

Radhanagar Beach

This beach happens to be the most popular one out of the many beaches that dot Havelock Island. What is so good about this beach is that it is kept very clean even though it is so popular and is visited by tourists on a daily basis, in large numbers. The sight of the white sands in contrast with the blue waters of the ocean is the perfect retreat for those who need a break from the humdrum of daily life. At Radhanagar beach one should expect to find a number of water sports planned by the department of tourism. This includes snorkeling, boat rides, underwater diving to witness the marine life and much more. As a matter of fact, this beach is famous for the water based activities that keep tourist engaged for days.
Radhanagar beach or beach No. 7 is incredibly astounding beach. An endless stretch of azure water with crystal white sand at the shores, the lush and verdant trees on the beach side and bamboo cottages and seats amidst the vegetation; the beauty of this beach situated wonderfully in the lap of nature was so surreal, that if you persuaded me hard enough to believe it was a dream, I would have agreed.
Himadri Gorai
In the afternoon, my wife drove the scooty again to Radhanagar beach (she was driving the scooty everywhere in Andaman and I was just a pillion rider). Radhanagar beach was awarded the 7th best beach in the world by Time magazine in 2004 and I am wondering why it does not feature in the best beaches list now. We watched a spectacular sunset on the beach while walking towards Neil's cove, a rocky end to the Radhanagar beach at the far right side. The authorities did restrict going towards Neil's cove as it was reported that salt water crocodiles frequent there. We did not find any evidence though and we had to be content with taking picture from the entrance. Anyway it was too dark by then. Photos below.
Gaurav Ahuja
One of the most beautiful beach of Asia and largely visited attraction in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Radhanagar Beach is destined to spell cast on it’s visitors and leave a lifetime memory in their minds.The crystal clear and blue sea water along with white sand make it a perfect place for sunbathing, swimming, and basking in the sun. The dense green trees on the side of beach along with mesmerizing view of the ocean is a sight for the sore eyes.Relaxing and unwinding from the fast-paced city life, highly recommend everyone to spend a day at this beach to enjoy a breathtaking view of sunset, admiring the god’s masterpiece and the nature’s charm.Where To Stay?As already mentioned about this beautiful place at various platforms; a stay at the Barefoot Resort is just like an icing on the cake when visiting Havelock Island. The management has made this place a perfect blend of nature and civilization. Barefoot offered us the best stay and experience due to its following conveniences:1. Overwhelming hospitality2. With Radhanagar beach at a walking distance from the resort, one can easily spend an entire day at the resort without going anywhere outside.3. No network in the resort just gets you out of reach of technology making the tourists forget all the woes of life and relishing the serenity.4. Food at Barefoot is really delicious.I would highly recommend a stay at Barefoot if someone is travelling to Havelock. It’s worth every penny, and then some.
Anil Kumar
2. The most beautiful beach seen in my life:I had no idea that I will visit one of the best beaches in the World, and that was Radhanagar Beach in Havelock. A mile of clear salt waters kissing my feet and the sun going down amidst clouds and kids playing all over the beach…. Can anything be best than this? Yes, that was a moment of ecstasy for me when I strolled solo on the beach which runs around 2 kms from one to other end. Lesser did I know that I will spend 2 hrs. without checking my watch. Being more of a mountain person, this beach explained me why people love beaches and how better it feels just to sit and stare at waves going to and fro from you…
Nancy Johri