Havelock Island - Where you can live in Bliss!!!

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How to reach: There are regular Ferries Makruzz and Green Ocean along with Govt.Ferry from Port Blair that connects Havelock Island.

Hire a cab or rent a motorcycle in Rs. 500/- and drive to the beaches and enjoy the roads of Andaman having jungle at one side and other side the sparkling blue seashore.

Kala Pathar Beach - small yet lovely beach to spend a day there, if you just want to sit and enjoy the Silvery sand and aqua green water and most of the tourist prefers to go to Radhanagar Beach so Kala Pathar is almost isolated yet very beautiful.

Photo of Kala Pathar Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Spot dead corals on the beach and sit and enjoy the breeze and the sand and spend a day in solitude with nature and its beautiful color.

Photo of Kala Pathar Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Fill your eyes with the view of white sand and shimmering glittering sea which almost looks like one large blue sapphire which is endless to watch and gives you a feeling that this is the place where you just want to sit and relax and think what you want from yourself and from life. Time for yourself and time to rediscover yourself.

Photo of Kala Pathar Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Elephant Beach, located at a distance of around 10 km from the market, is one of the most popular beaches in Havelock Island for day trips. Reaching this beach is a little adventurous because 30 minutes hiking in the jungle or by opting for 30 min boat ride.

Photo of Elephant Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Beautiful corals and bare trees add beauty to this beach and most ideal for snorkeling and sun bath.

Photo of Elephant Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

The shoreline of the Elephant Beach was largely swept by the Tsunami that occurred in 2004. At present, the existing beach is a fraction of what it used to be.

Photo of Elephant Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

No food Joint in the vicinity so must carry something to munch and water Bottles. Not to forget your camera to capture the splendid beauty of the Elephant Beach.

Photo of Elephant Beach, South Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Radhanagar is without a doubt the most famous beach in the Andaman Islands.

Photo of Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

Crowned as “Asia’s best beach” and “7th best beach in the world” by Time Magazine

Photo of Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess

This place sees a lot of tourists and It can get bit crowded straight down at the entrance but if you walk couple of few meters to the left or right you will be alone again and can enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of aqua green choppy water.

Photo of Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Travel Tale With Wanderess
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