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Places to Visit in Andaman in July

1. Ross Island
2. Elephant Beach
3. Radhanagar Beach
4. Baratang Island
5. Neil Island
6. Bharatpur Beach
7. Chatham Saw Mill
8. Mud Volcanoes
9. Cellular Jail
10. Anthropological Museum
11. Little Andaman Island

Experience the splendour of nature when the monsoon season decorates these islands with verdant greenery.  Andaman in July is a splendid time to enjoy a vacation without the crowds. With moderate temperatures and slight humidity, you can enjoy the perfect vacation with your friends and family members. During this time, you can get many deals and discounts on your Andaman tour packages with accommodations available at cheaper prices.

You can enjoy sightseeing in Port Blair by visiting the Cellular Jail, Fisheries Museum and Anthropological Museum. One of the offbeat attractions in Andaman and Nicobar in July is Baratang Island which is renowned for its mud volcanoes and limestone caves. Blessed with picturesque beaches, Andaman is perfect for water sports during this time if the weather is friendly. If you want to spend a relaxing vacation, you can also try visiting Radhanagar Island and Bharatpur Beach in Andaman.

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Essential Information About Andaman in July

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Why to Visit Andaman in July

  • July in Andaman is a lovely time if you like rainy weather and fresh winds from the sea to give a pleasant respite from the heat.
  • The temperature ranges between 24 to 29 degrees Celsius which makes it a good time to enjoy water sports in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in July.
  • This is the time when nature is at the peak of its grandeur and you can explore the diverse biodiversity of the region.
  • July is a wonderful month to visit places like Wandoor Beach, Baratang Island, Bharatpur Beach, Cellular Jail, Ross Island and Radhanagar Island.

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How to Reach Andaman

  • By Air: Port Blair airport in Andaman is connected to all major cities in India like Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Mumbai. Tourists can opt for various airlines like Indigo, Air India and Spicejet to take a flight from the mainland to reach Port Blair.
  • By Sea: You can also opt for waterways and reach Andaman by sea. There are many ships which connect Port Blair from Kolkata, Chennai and Vizag. It usually takes 3 to 4 days to reach Andaman by sea. You can get your tickets booked from STARS ticketing counters for the scheduled sailings from Vizag, Kolkata and Chennai.

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Travel Tips and Things to Remember

Andaman in July is a wonderful escape to enjoy the beauty of monsoons and have a refreshing retreat. Some of the travel tips, before you plan your escapade to Andaman, are:
  • Check and compare for deals and discounts when booking your accommodations and trip packages.
  • Book ferries in advance to commute between different islands to save time and ensure you have a hassle-free vacation.
  • Carry raincoats and umbrellas as it might rain during your sightseeing activities.
  • If your outdoor adventures are hindered, try making the most of indoor tourist attractions like Cellular Jail, Forest Museum and Zonal Anthropological Museum.
  • Ensure that you are maintaining hygiene to avoid tropical germs during this time. You should try to drink bottled water, eat from trusted brands and keep personal hygiene.
  • You should get in touch with your tour operator to be aware of the local weather conditions so that your travel plans are not disrupted.
  • You should pack all the essentials like sunscreen, a first aid kit, lightweight clothes, mosquito repellants, sunglasses and beachwear.
  • Ensure that you carry sufficient cash and keep it safe when you are travelling outdoors.

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Weather In Andaman In July

  • The weather in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in July experiences the monsoon season with regular rains. 
  • The temperature during this time ranges between 24 to 30  degrees Celsius.
  • It remains hot and humid and you can explore many indoor tourist attractions like historical places and museums during this time. 
  • The rains give a picturesque view of these tropical islands and the lush green cover beside the serene coastline enthrals you. 
  • There might be a possibility that you won’t get to enjoy water sports this time due to strong currents and heavy rains. 
  • It gives a stunning opportunity to explore the rich wildlife at the national parks in Andaman.

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Places To Visit In Andaman in July

Located in South Andaman district, Ross Island is a major part of Andaman and tourists have visited the island often because of the flabbergasting beauty of it. Earlier, it was headquarters of Andaman and after 1941 Port Blair became the administrative headquarters. What one can watch on this island is the remnants of an old church existed there, a swimming pool, the chief commissioner’s residence with gardens and ballrooms. 

There is a cemetery and a museum maintained by the Indian Navy. These historically significant sights in Ross Island gives a serious appeal to it rather than of a relaxed laid-back island. But everyone who visits Andaman would not love to miss Ross Island that is closely connected to the capital city that is Port Blair.

Highlights: The diminished beauty of Ross Island was preserved as a historical piece of representation of the glory the island once possessed but for many reasons, people love this island. All the buildings and the ruins found here on the island are covered by the thick roots of banyan trees and that itself is a vivacious aspect the structures on the island have to showcase. At the northern end of the island, there is a new concreted light house that is 10 meters high and it is in circular shape which was constructed during the year of 1977. 

The lighthouse is located on an offshoot rock that measures to be located at 50 meters away from the shore line. The thick, regularly swaying forest ranges and the impression it gives as a secluded and deserted space without no humans are another highlights the island displays. A wide collection of rare fauna and flora has its own authentic space on the island.

Activities: Boating, beachwalk, swimming, snorkeling etc are some of the easily available and refreshing water based activities done on Ross Island.

Distance from Port Blair: The island lies 3 km east from Port Blair.

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One of the most amazing places to visit in Andaman for water sports and leisure tour, Elephant Beach should not be missed from your Andaman holiday itinerary. Boasting of heavenly coral reefs and its enthralling underwater marine life, Elephant Beach is a great spot to spend your holiday time in Andaman. Whether you seek relaxing or a bustling escape from the monotony of daily life, Elephant Beach will charm you in all the ways.

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Radhanagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands has ranked 8th among the top ten beautiful beaches in the world based on travellers reviews and rating available on multiple sources and Radhanagar Beach deserves it for many reasons. One of the most ravishing beauty in Andaman with a lot of tourists visiting it every year, Radhanagar Beach is the gem of Havelock Island. 500 meters away from the beach, one can see only the expansive blue water and the lush green tropical forests but when you reach the beach, the sights are apparently awe-inspiring.

 Radhanagar is commonly called as Beach No.7 and this is one of the closest beach located near to Havelock Island ferry tier. The silky beach is kids friendly as well so that families are found in plenty on the beach to spend their vacation or a short holiday.


Highlights: There is nothing to be worried as the coast guards are roaming around always and the number of people here will be a pleasant sight to see. Andaman honeymoon packages itinerary always includes Havelock Island.

Activities: Snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, boating, parasailing etc are some of the most commonly seen activities on the beach and among them Scuba Diving is the best as it offers the clear interaction with the wide range of marine animals and coral reefs around living in harmony. 

The turquoise water gives a rejuvenating experience while you swim across or do snorkelling and since the number of tourists are relatively higher, the Government opens more opportunities for them to spend an ample time on the beach. As it is a superb place adventure lovers also would covet, the fame it has achieved international importance in no time. You must book a tour including Andaman snorkelling, to make your holiday much more special.

Distance from Port Blair: From Port Blair it will take more than three hours to reach Radhanagar Beach as it is located about 72 kms away from the capital city.

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If you are in the hunt for undiscovered gems of Andaman, Baratang Islands should definitely be on your list as it is one of the best places to visit in Port Blair. It is known for its dense mangrove forests, exotic fauna and its ethnic population. A haven for shutterbugs, Baratang Islands is one of the most panoramic places to visit in Andaman. Even though it is slightly underdeveloped, Baratang Islands is where you can have your full dose of adventure. Tucked between South and Middle Andaman, Baratang Islands is a place which you will love if you like things untouched and unspoiled.

It is home to one of the oldest existing human races- the Jarawa tribe and many virgin beaches to let you bask in nature’s beauty. Some of the most exciting places to see in Baratang Islands include its gorgeous beaches, mangrove creeks, mud-volcanoes and mostly its limestone caves. It is one of the must visit tourist places in Andaman if you are a nature lover and wildlife enthusiast for the diversity of things it offers to the tourists. For a comforting stay after a day full of activities, you must check the resorts in Andaman.

Highlights: This island is one of the most striking places in Andaman for nature lovers as it offers myriad attractions like its limestone caves, mangrove creeks, tidal swamp forests and its interesting mud volcanoes.

Activities: Being a nature’s paradise, Baratang Island is a delight for witnessing nature at its best and involving yourself in activities like trekking and bird watching. One can indulge in boat riding through the mangrove forests and explore the limestone caves here. For the beach lovers, there in Baludera Beach where one can swimming and snorkeling.

Distance from Port Blair: Baratang Island is about 100 km away from the capital city, Port Blair.

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A tiny island located to the south of Andaman is Neil Island, brimming with less explore marine diversity, coral reefs, long beaches and bewitching greenery. Being one of the tourist destinations in Andaman, Neil is so happy to become the host with revealing all that it has. A romantically silent island unlike the hustle of Havelock Island, Neil Island is termed as the vegetable bowl of Andaman.

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The best beach in Neil Island is Bharatpur which looks exactly as a painting exhibiting beauty at the higher level. Among all the favourite beaches in Neil Island, Bharathpur has a separate space. The extensive Bay of Bengal is beautifully lulled by the vast greenery and long stretches of white sand on the shore and tourists from all over the world love Bharathpur because of its backdrop unimaginably designed by the creator.


The lagoon with shallow and clear water is an ideal space for family to have fun and enjoy the level best. The 500 km long beach has a lot of options for the kids to play and simply laugh.

Highlights: Early morning visit to the beach will make you revel in the magnificent sunrise views when the beach gets showered in multi hues from the sun and the sight is amazingly vibrant. There is no other better option to start your day with unlimited positivity.

Activities: This is one of the best spots to do snorkeling and scuba diving with the proper guides available throughout the island. You are getting the perfect opportunity to delve into the sacred world of marine animals and plants which are colourful in their own terms. Also, glass bottom ride is yet another favourite activity done by the visitors of Bharathpur beach.


As the clear water always unwinds the extended coral reefs in different colours, people love to do swimming as well to have a face to face conversation with these rare species in underwater.

Distance from Port Blair: Bharathpur beach is located in Neil Island about 40 kms from Port Blair. From the boat jetty at Neil Island, it is really easy to reach the beach by boat.

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The largest wood processors in Andaman is the Chatham Saw Mill in Port Blair. It was established by the British in 1883 and it can be reached by a wooden bridge as it is located on Chatham Island. The saw mill is still working and it has an important role in the betterment of the economy and development and it is one of the best places to visit in Port Blair.

But now the mill is under the control of state government. It was set up for meeting the requirements of timber and wood based constructions. One of the largest saw mills in Asia, Chatham Saw Mill has gained international acclaim through these years for the high-quality timber products. The mill is able to saw about 20000 cum logs annually and almost around 750 employees are working at the mill.

Highlights: There is a modern museum in the compound of the Chatham Saw Mill complex exhibits the beautiful photographs and the working of Department of Environment and Forest and different handicrafts made of carvings, polishing, and paintings. The museum is a helping hand to know the history, culture, and development of the island through these years. 

Activities: You will be able to watch the different processes like bringing the woods into the mill, sorting, cutting and storing. You will be able to spot the bomb crater left by Japanese Ordnance in World War 2.

Distance from Port Blair: Chatham Island, Port Blair. One can reach the mill via Foreshore Road in 24 minutes.

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Pure science have clearly defined how mud volcanoes are formed and Andaman archipelago is quite popular for its multiple mud volcanoes. They are formed due to the large scale emissions of de-pressurized pore water and some natural gases such as hydrocarbon gases that included Methane. These gases are emitted by the decaying organic matter found underground.

Although there are 25 active mud volcanoes have discovered at different parts of the island, the mud volcanoes found on Baratang Island and Diglipur Island are the important ones and tourists visit these islands will take a look at this unique phenomenon of nature happening often..


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Also known as Kala Pani, Cellular Jail is one of the unmissable tourist attractions located at Port Blair in Andaman. The three storied building has 698 cells that are connected to each other in the shape of a starfish. The place is famous for offering a fantastic sound and light show in the evening offering a delightful insight into the historical struggle for independence.

It is one of the remnants of past colonial rule in India and today stands as a testimony to all those brave hearts who laid down their lives at the hands of British atrocities. Some of the famous freedom fighters who were captured here include Veer Savarkar and Bakuteshwar Dutt.

The place was one of the most infamous prisons of the past as the freedom fighters were punished inhumanly by the Britishers. The place is a must visit for history lovers to have a sneak peek into the history and struggle that went down in the construction of this jail. The place is recognised as a national memorial monument and owned by the Government of India.

Highlights: Tourists should try to explore the jail by visiting the picture gallery that houses a number of photos of freedom fighters. Often used as background for filming Hindi movies about the colonial past, the place has many fascinating remnants of history like the hanging cell and condemned cell. Some of the other unmissable attractions of Cellular Jail included its Exhibition Gallery, Art Gallery, Old Photographs Gallery, Gallery on First War of Independence and Netaji Gallery. There is also the Swatantrya Jyoti, an eternal flame of freedom keeps glowing in the memory of freedom fighters

Activities: One of the popular activities to do here is sightseeing and revisiting the history of the grim colonial past Of India.

Distance from Port Blair: It t
akes around 15 kilometers to go there from Port Blair.

Timing: National Memorial: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Closed on Mondays)

Entry Fee: INR 30

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Andaman Island’s tribes and their life stories are thoroughly displayed in the vast anthropological museum in Andaman. The museum exhibits the knowledge of four different and major tribes of Andaman named Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese, and Onges and it is one of the popular places to visit in Port Blair. This museum was established with the aim of showcasing the cultural importance of the major tribes lived and continued to live here in Andaman.

Highlights: Jarawa chest guards that have geometrical figures embalmed on them are one of the most attractive items in the museum. It depicts the lifestyle of the simple Jarawa tribes. The gothic lifestyle followed by the Sentenelese tribes is portrayed by keeping a skull recovered from the place they lived.

Another important item is the different types of boats with different sizes that explain the life of coastal people and natives. 

Activities: Handicraft items made of coconut or palm leaves showcase the artistic culture prevailed among the tribal groups in the forests. Some clothing materials and apparels preserved in the museum tell us that there was no gender bias among the tribal people as both men and women were using the same type of dresses. The huge library inside the museum throws light upon the unknown facts and knowledge of tribes, the old natives and their life styles, the cultural transitions and livelihood followed by almost all the people on the island.

A collection of weapons and armors used in the ancient time depicts how important and fearful the maritime attacks and insurgence happened during the time and the way the tribes prepared to face them.

Timing: The museum is opened on all days from Tuesday to Sunday from 09:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 01:30 pm to 04:30 pm.

Entry fee: Entry fee is INR 10 and for camera the fee is INR 20.

Distance from Port Blair: It is located at Pheonix Bay, which would need a drive of 7 kms or for 8 minutes from Port Blair.

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Plenty of adventure and leisurely activities have taken the name of Little Andaman to the sky. When the size of the island is considered, Little Andaman is in the fourth position on the list of islands in Andaman. This island belongs to the south Andaman district, a little far away from Port Blair about 88 kms. 

A part of Little Andaman group, Little Andaman Island is kept separated by the famous Duncan Passage and the low-lying island possesses a large scale of rainforests and several unique species of marine turtles. Along with them, the long white sandy beaches and the captivating waterfalls provide the island a fairy tale like beauty.

Highlights: The popular Little Andaman Lighthouse which is already known as Richardson’s Lighthouse is the one thing that makes the island renowned and it is located about 14 km south from Hut Bay port. Onge aboriginal tribes are the native people here and they call their island as Egu Belong.

Activities: The island has gained popularity through surfing and there are hundreds of spots to do authentic surfing as the water is so friendly yet tricky at times. Along with surfing, there are some other important activities have achieved special spaces in the hearts of tourists. They are boating through the creeks, elephant safari, elephant calves training etc. Also, there is an astonishing beach located 14 km from Hut Bay Jetty which is truly blessed with long shores and amiable water. There you can do sun basking, surfing, snorkeling and coral viewing. 

Flanked by the long array of coconut plantation, the beach houses a lot of tourist huts. From Hut Bay Jetty, you have to travel around 6.5 kms to reach yet another activity centre that is White Surf waterfall lying calmly in the middle of thick evergreen forests. In addition to that, a visit to Whisper Wave Waterfall should be considered as important as you will be trekking for 4 kms approximately through the dense forest to reach this enigmatic waterfall.

Distance from Port Blair: Little Island is lying 88 km south of Port Blair and daily boat services are available to reach Hut Bay wharf which is the central point to connect to the Little Andaman Island.

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People Also Ask About Andaman and Nicobar

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Andaman in July?

    • Cellular Jail: It was once a British Colonial prison and now attracts many tourists to learn about this riveting chapter of Indian history. It was built between 1896 and 1906 and offers an intriguing getaway. Cellular Jail has a museum and a memorial which honour the freedom fighters who were captured there.
    • Baratang Island: With many picturesque beaches, limestone caves and mangrove creeks, it is a must-visit for nature lovers. The indigenous Jarawa Tribe inhabits the remote island and offers a secluded getaway. You can visit the mud volcanoes and enjoy activities like trekking here.
    • Radhanagar Beach: Known for its mesmerising beauty, Radhanagar Beach is known to offer good opportunities for swimming and snorkelling. It is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in India. The beach offers a gorgeous view of the sunrise and sunset which captivates everyone. 
    • Bharatpur Beach: Inviting all adventure seekers for a splendid scuba diving experience, Bharatpur Beach is a wonder to behold in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. With crystal-clear waters and friendly waves, it is a great spot for diving, snorkelling and swimming. You will also love to spend some leisurely moments besides the palm trees at the beach with your friends and family.
  2. Is July okay to visit Andaman?

    Yes, it is okay to visit Andaman in July if you are a budget traveller or backpacking to these picturesque islands. This is the time when you can get many deals and discounts on tour packages, accommodations, and flights. Moreover, it offers a serene respite from the tropical heat and helps you explore many historical places and museums.
  3. Is July a good time to visit Andaman?

    Yes, July is a good time to visit Andaman. If you want to plan your vacation on a budget and enjoy some deals and discounts, then July in Andaman is the perfect time. You can go to Andaman if you want to visit the popular tourist attractions like Cellular Jail, Radhanagar Beach and Bharatpur Beach.
  4. Can we do water sports in Andaman in July?

    You can do water sports in Andaman in July. However, due to the strong currents and continuous rains, it is not advised sometimes. If the weather is clear, then water sports promise great fun and adventure. We suggest you check with the local tour operator before booking for water sports in Andaman in July.
  5. How hot is Andaman in July?

    The temperature in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in July ranges between 24 to 30  degrees Celsius. It remains hot and humid throughout the day and pleasant at night. You can expect some rains which makes these tropical islands a visual delight during monsoons. This time is good for visiting places like Cellular Jail, Radhanagar Beach and Bharatpur Beach.
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Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
HNL - L
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
HTG - G
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
ILS -
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
KES - KSh
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
KHR -
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
KZT -
Kazakhstani Tenge
LAK -
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
LKR -
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
LSL - L
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
MDL - L
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
MMK - K
Myanmar Kyat
MNT -
Mongolian Tögrög
MOP - P
Macanese Pataca
MUR -
Mauritian Rupee
MVR - MVR
Maldivian Rufiyaa
MWK - MK
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
MYR - RM
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
PGK - K
Papua New Guinean Kina
PHP -
Philippine Peso
PKR -
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
RUB -
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
SCR -
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
SVC -
Salvadoran Colón
SZL - E
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
YER -
Yemeni Rial
ZAR - R
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
VND -
Vietnamese dong