Andaman And Nicobar Tourism & Travel Guide

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....

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Top Places To Visit 91 Spots

Havelock Island
Surreal sights and the best of nature’s bounty is what one gets to see at Havelock Island. Dressed in tropical tree and silver sand, the island is a tourist’s haven and the cool blue waters washing the sand onshore is a delightful experience. The evenings here are a sight to behold with the sunning dipping in the far horizon. Havelock happens to be the largest of all the islands in the Andaman chain with palm trees and white beaches offering beach lovers an experience of a lifetime. The presence of a coral and marine life along the coastline of Havelock island makes diving possible and there are many other water activities that one can indulge in.
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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.
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About Andaman and Nicobar

5. Andaman and Nicobar Islands: Andaman and Nicobar are undoubtedly a beach lover's paradise. Located in the midst of the great Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar forms a group of islets popular not only for their pristine beaches like the Havelock Beach, but also for the wide array of water sports and activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and parasailing. Andaman and Nicobar also has a rich colonial history attached to itself. Once deemed as the much-dreaded gateway to hell, these islands also house the historic architecture of Central Jail which was the colonial prison used by the British to imprison political activists. One of the factors which make Andaman and Nicobar a coveted monsoon destination in India is its delicious cuisine, which is a delicate combination of a wide array of flavors. Andaman and Nicobar can be reached easily via air, which is connected primarily to 3 cities - Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai. If beaches, seafood, and romance with nature are your thing, Andaman should be on your list!

Best Time To Visit

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