If the burgeoning Andaman and Nicobar tourism is anything to go by, you’ll understand why the archipelago has been luring in people. If you’re looking to indulge in the beauty of sun-kissed beaches and cerulean water then Andaman and Nicobar Islands is where you should be.
The cluster of 572 pristine islands are replete with a wealth of tranquil beaches, pristine turquoise waters, lush green tropical rainforests, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, sandy white beaches, water sports as well as sunsets which drip with rich colours. All of Andaman and Nicobar Islands destinations have something unique to offer. Only 36 islands are inhabited and fewer still are open to tourists. Even so, Andaman and Nicobar tourism is picking up rapidly with the government easing up on permits since 2018. The islands are home to a number of tribes who have no contact with the outside world. It’s important to prevent too much rampant tourism in order to preserve their habitats.
Best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar is from December to March