Andaman And Nicobar Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Andaman and Nicobar

Here are 15 offbeat things to do in Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 1....

View more comments...

Lying to India's southwest, the Andaman and Nicobar islands shine like emeralds in the Bay of Bengal, showing off their immense treasure of flora and fauna....

View more comments...

Top Places To Visit in Andaman and Nicobar 78 Spots

South Andamans, Havelock Island
When it comes to beautiful and serene tourists spots in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, there is no lack of places. Around 40 kilometers from the world famous place Port Blair is Neil Island that is referred to as the ‘Vegetable bowl of Andaman.’ The island got tagged as this due to the fact that much of the produce comes from here. A favorable climate and high farming standards has resulted in great harvests and thus the place has become extremely famous. Neil Island is as beautiful as the others and some famous places close to this spot are Bharatpur, Laxmanpur, and Sitapur.
36 Reviews
Havelock Island
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.
26 Reviews


About Andaman and Nicobar

We, here is my brother, Joy, and I. In a typical middle-class Bengali household, stories of siblings taking trips to exotic locations are rare. My maa has always been in favour of family vacations. But this time, she readily agreed to let us go. She had her reason. My brother was leaving home for two years to pursue higher studies. We needed a vacation. It was also time we resolved our differences before he entered an important phase in life.Joy is seven years younger to me. More than beings siblings, who share secrets, I watched him like a hawk and tried to correct him at every step. I found him to be ‘cold’. He didn’t care much about me or my feelings. We grew apart with time.I have always heard how travel brings change and helps a person grow. My trip to Andaman healed my relationship with my brother. We took a six-day trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union territory in India, last year in February.It’s easy to assume that Andaman is all about azure beaches. But after a visit to the island, you realize that the real stars are the people there. The 2004 tsunami had wreaked havoc in the islands. The coastal villages were completely destroyed. But human spirit triumphed over nature.Andaman is blessed with people from various cultures. It’s them who make your stay in Andaman memorable.If you ever plan a trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, make sure it’s not just four 4 days. Plan a minimum 6-day trip and discover the true beauty of the beaches. After a week there; you will never want to come back.Don’t you worry about accommodation. The islands have hotels that suit every pocket. The food too is great. If you are a seafood lover, well, this is paradise for you.Andaman is dotted with gorgeous beaches. There’s plenty to do too. Surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling or simply watching the underwater world of coral reefs from a glass-bottomed boat, there’s a beautiful world you can discover.Day 1Port Blair

Best Time To Visit Andaman and Nicobar

Best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar is from December to March
Andaman and Nicobar

How To Reach Andaman and Nicobar

Book Andaman and Nicobar Tour Package

Your Enquiry has been sent successfully