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Places to Visit in Andaman in June

1. Samudrika Marine Museum
2. Neil Island
3. Bharatpur Beach
4. 
Elephant Beach
5. Ross and Smith Island
6. Havelock Island
7. Lalaji Bay Beach
8. Butler Bay Beach
9. Radhanagar Beach
10. Cellular Jail
11. Viper Island

Andaman in June is a beautiful tropical paradise that attracts tourists with its clean beaches, lush scenery, and vibrant marine life. Even though it rains sometimes, June is a great month to visit due to the pleasant weather and fewer crowds. Popular places like Havelock Island and Neil Island have coral reefs that you can see by diving into the clear water. Visit places that are important to history, like the Cellular Jail in Port Blair, which is a reminder of India's fight for freedom. 

Enjoy the peace of Radhanagar Beach, which is famous for its beautiful sunsets and calm atmosphere. Enjoy exciting water sports like sea walking, swimming, and scuba diving, and get to know the underwater beauty of Andaman. With a variety of attractions and a mild temperature, the Andaman and Nicobar in June let you experience a thrilling tropical adventure in the presence of nature's beauty with exclusive Andaman Nicobar Tour Package.
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Essential Information About Andaman in June

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Why to Visit Andaman in June

  • Andaman and Nicobar in June is a great month to visit Andaman as the weather is nice and there are fewer people there.
  • Since there aren't as many people there, you might be able to find great deals on lodging.
  • Enjoy water sports like snorkelling and scuba diving and visit beautiful sites like Radhanagar Beach.
  • At Havelock Island and Neil Island at Andaman in June you can see lots of sea life and beautiful coral reefs.
  • At Andaman and Nicobar in June you can explore India's rich past by visiting places like the Cellular Jail in Port Blair.
  • At remote beaches like Corbyn's Cove Beach, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets and a calm atmosphere.
  • You can see the untouched beauty of Andaman in June on several different hiking routes.
  • Explore Andaman's nightlife at its best by going hiking after the sun goes down or having a romantic dinner by the beach with candles.

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How to Reach Andaman

  • By Air: The fastest and most convenient way to reach Andaman is by air. You can catch a flight from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata to Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair. The average duration of the flight is 2-3 hours, covering a distance of about 3006 kilometres.
  • By Sea: Regular passenger ships and ferries operate between Port Blair and Chennai, Kolkata, and Vishakhapatnam. The journey takes around 50 to 60 hours.

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Travel Tips and Things to Remember

  • When visiting Andaman Nicobar in June check the weather report often as it can rain hence, always carry umbrellas and waterproof gear.
  • Although there are fewer tourists in Andaman Nicobar in June, popular locations may still fill up quickly, so reserve your lodging and activities in advance.
  • When visiting Andaman in June, bring comfortable shoes that can withstand the sun and rain, as well as light, breathable clothing.
  • Sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses should be packed to protect oneself from the sun.
  • It is suggested to stay hydrated and to drink lots of water as June experiences hot weather in Andamans.
  • Since some water sports may need to be cancelled or postponed due to rough waves, it is important to plan activities considering the sea's conditions.
  • Respect regional traditions and customs by not littering beaches and by dressing appropriately when visiting places of worship.
  • Carry insect repellent to ward against mosquitoes, especially at night.
  • Keep critical papers close at hand, such as identification, travel insurance, and emergency contacts when visiting Andaman in June.
  • When exploring public locations in Andaman in June, abide by safety procedures and keep a social distance.
  • To combat nausea on a ferry ride, sit on the deck for some fresh air and bring some medication to help with motion sickness.

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Weather In Andaman In June

  • In June, warm weather is experienced in Andaman with occasional showers.
  • Andaman and Nicobar's temperatures in June run from about 31°C to 24°C, which is not a big difference and is mostly warm.
  • The water stays about 30°C in Andaman Nicobar in June.
  • It is clean, fresh, green, and energising in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in June.
  • When it's warm and sunny during the day, cool air in the evening can be nice.
  • Stroll on the walkways that have been washed by rain and breathe in the smell of wet earth in this wild and appealing place.
  • Even though it rains, the islands stay green and lush, providing a much-needed respite from the intense heat of central India.

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Places To Visit In Andaman in June

The Indian Navy is guarding the famous Samudrika Marine Museum which exhibits the richest collection of Andaman’s animal and floral lives and it is one of the best places to visit in Port Blair. The rare species of fish, other animals, plants, corals etc are preserved well over here and there is a small aquarium also. Rather, the different attraction on the island is this museum if you are completed visiting the beaches and the relishing islands.


A lot of tourists have recognized this museum as a perfect representation of what the island can offer to surprise the visitors but in a miniature form. The museum located just opposite to Andaman Teal House is occupied with five sections displaying the history of the islands, the geographical features, about the people and their lifestyles, the less explored archaeological information and of course the marine life.


The museum is established with the idea of creating awareness among people on various aspects regarding oceanic life and the importance of preserving this sensitive ecosystem well for a balanced future of human beings.

Highlights: Outside the museum, there is a skeleton of a blue whale preserved and it is a marvellous sight to look at. The first room shows facts like volcanoes, tribes, different types of woods, insects etc. The second room is displaying the reverberating underwater beauties through an aquarium.

Coral Reefs have an entire room that is the third room. Seashells in abundance have persevered in the fourth room and you will be surprised to the tremendous collection. Last but not least is the fifth room that is dedicated to the tribes of Andaman, the butterflies’ and the insects’ specimens as well.

Timing: The museum is open on all days from Tuesday to Sunday from 09:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 02:00 pm t0 05:00 pm.

Entry fee: For adult: INR 50 and for child: INR 25. If you wish to take camera or video to the inside, you will have to pay INR 20 and INR 50 respectively.

Distance from Port Blair: The museum is situated in Port Blair itself, walkable distance only.


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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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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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Ross and Smith Islands offer a mesmerizing escape in the Andamans. Connected by a sandbar, they boast crystal-clear turquoise waters and pristine beaches. Perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkelling, these islands are also home to lush forests and vibrant marine life. The Ross and Smith islands are perfect for having a tranquil as well as an adventurous experience amidst nature's untouched beauty.

Activities: Snorkeling and swimming are the most suitable and well acknowledged activities on both the islands. Adventure lovers find the space marvelous to do scuba diving tours as well.

Distance from Port Blair: By road, about 191 kms are there from Port Blair to Ross and Smith Islands, Aerial Jetty is the right spot to take a private boat from and travel to the island.

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Boasting of some of the most serene beaches, azure ocean waters and wonderful sites for diving, Havelock Islands is famed to be one of the most amazing tourist places in Andaman. The island boasts of many pristine places amidst its heavily forested landscape and charms the travellers with its most gorgeous natural surroundings. It is a dream come true for beach lovers who can visit the famous Radhanagar Beach, Kalapather Beach, Vijaynagar Beach and Elephant Beach here.


The landscape is truly beguiling and one can also look forward to indulge in activities like scuba diving, snorkelling and trekking when they are in Havelock Islands. Whether you are looking for adventure or wishing to soak in some tranquil moments to remember for a lifetime, Havelock Islands in Andaman is one of the most gorgeous places to be. One should try to visit Havelock Islands during the months from October to February as it is the best time to indulge in recreational activities. There are many beautiful hotels in Andaman, to provide the ultimate relaxation in holidays. Blessed with nature’s beauty, Havelock Islands is one of the perfect places for a beach vacation in Andaman.


Highlights: A few of the major highlights of Havelock Islands include snorkelling at Elephant Beach and watching the sunrise at Kalapather Beach. Another of the driving forces to visit Havelock Island is enjoying a kayak tour into the mangroves and witness the natural phenomenon of bioluminescence.


Activities: Along with visiting the famous beaches like Radhanagar, Vijaynagar, Elephant and Kalapather, Havelock Island is famous for offering activities like beach combing, sunbathing, scuba diving, sea walk, snorkelling, surfing, swimming, game fishing, watching the sunset or sunrise, bird-watching, trekking, sailing, and kayaking.


Distance from Port Blair: The island is at a distance of 41 km from the capital city, Port Blair.

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A peaceful beach that attracts quite a lot of number of tourists is Lalaji Bay Beach located in the west coast of Long Island. The beach is closely connected to Rangat and Middle Andaman so that people won’t get confused about the route to reach Lalaji Bay Beach. Walking through the mangrove creek would be adventurous enough before you reach the charming beach. Facilities are limited on the beach so that tourists are always advised to bring drinking water with them. 

Highlights: The crystal clear sea and the copious green trees on the shore are making the beach looks amazing and splendid. This pristine beach is highly suitable for beach hopping or sole walking for a refreshing and rejuvenating mind. For a relaxed, peaceful time, Lalaji beach is the best. To surprise you, at times, the dolphins will come out of the habitat and meet the sun.


Activities: The beach is undoubtedly the best for swimming and snorkeling. But to relax for a while watching the crashing waves will be a remarkable experience for those who love to spend time in peace. To reach the beach, if you are ready, take a 2 hour long walk through the wilderness and the greatest pleasure on arriving at Lalaji Beach is the trekking trip.


Distance from Port Blair: Lalaji Beach is properly connected to Rangat via continuous ferry but it is lying at a distance of 89 kms from Port Blair. To avoid the long and tiring sea trips, people usually take the bus route to reach Rangat and from there they take the ferry service to reach the beach.


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Explore one of the most beautiful places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands with a visit to Butler Bay beach. It is known for its fabulous views and often hailed as one of the most amazing surfing spots in India. The jaw dropping views of the beach will leave you enticed throughout the holiday and will let you have some of the most memorable moments of your vacation.


For those who are looking for a laid back vacation, Butler Bay Beach offers many huts and cottages where you can treat yourself with the views of the ocean. With a range of activities to keep you occupied, Butler Bay Beach is a place where you will have an amazing time with your loved ones. Flanked by coconut trees, Butler bay beach is something that you should not miss to catch a beautiful sunrise or sunset.


For the surfers, Butler Bay Beach is a great spot to enjoy their favourite activity. Since it is relatively less crowded , it’s a great spot for those who like to escape the hustle and bustle of life by rejuvenating in a place which boasts of azure blue waters and green trees covering the landscape.


Highlights: The most fascinating attraction of Butler Bay Beach is its beautiful waterfall, White Surf which will let you soak in some peaceful moments by yourself along with offering a great time.


Activities: One of the best things to do here is surfing for which it is known all over the country. Other activities which the tourists can look forward to when they are in Butler Bay Beach include swimming, sightseeing, having a bonfire by the beach, sun basking, jungle trekking, elephant rides etc.


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

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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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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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A major island in Andaman, Viper Island got its name from the vessel H.M.S. Viper which was met with an accident and the ruins of the vessel were found near the island. Before the Cellular Jail was built, the jail at Viper Island was the place where the British inflicted the dark form of torture to those freedom fighters of India.

The tranquilizing island is a favourite tourist destination in Andaman and Nicobar now. The aching beauty of nature along with the historically significant attractions has made the island a throbbing tourist attraction. There is also another saying that the island got its name from the presence of numerous Viper and similar snakes on the island.

Highlights: Anyone who loves to visit the island would make it mandatory to take a tour of the old jail. A boat journey to the island will enable one to see the ports and Navy ships of Port Blair. Also, the exotic sights of seven points from the harbor are overwhelming.

Activities: Boating is the favourite activity done by the tourists coming to Viper Island and strolling along the long beaches would satiate your passion for spending time at a relaxed pace.

Distance from Port Blair: Viper Island lies 4 kms west of Port Blair and ferries are always available from city of Port Blair to reach the island.

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People Also Ask About Andaman and Nicobar

  1. Is June okay to visit Andaman?

    Yes, it is okay to visit Andaman in June. The weather stays warm and nice, though it may rain sometimes. You can enjoy the islands' beauty without as many people around. It gives you a chance to enjoy beautiful beaches, lush scenery, and active marine life in a calm environment.
  2. Which are the best places to visit in Andaman in June?

    • Radhanagar Beach:
    Although it rains sometimes in June in Andaman Nicobar, you can visit Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island to experience its beautiful white sand and blue water. You may also enjoy leisurely walks, beach lunches, and mesmerising sunsets in a peaceful setting.

    • Cellular Jail:
    Explore India's past at Cellular Jail in Port Blair, an important landmark that lets you witness the Indian freedom struggle saga. You may reminisce about how freedom fighters fought against colonial rule. Explore the museum, watch the light and sound show, and honour the martyrs at the Martyrs' Memorial.

    • Neil Island:
    Explore the peaceful beauty of Neil Island, which is known for its quiet beaches and lots of plants. Go to places like Laxmanpur Beach, Bharatpur Beach, and Natural Bridge to see beautiful natural rock patterns and lots of vivid marine life.
     
    • Ross Island:
    Ross Island, previously the Andaman and Nicobar Islands' administrative capital, holds traces of British colonial control. You can look at historic ruins, houses from the colonial era, and lush gardens while taking in the views of the sea.
  3. Can we do water sports in Andaman in June?

    Yes, we can do water sports in Andaman Nicobar in June as the weather is nice and pleasant Also, when there are fewer people, there is less competition for booking times, which makes discovering the sea life easier and more fun. Explore the underwater world of the islands by snorkelling, scuba diving, or taking a banana boat ride.
  4. Is June a good time to visit Andaman?

    Yes, it is a good time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands in June. Even though it rains sometimes, the weather is warm and nice, great for going to the beach and seeing the sights. You can visit beautiful spots like Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island. Explore Cellular Jail in Port Blair, Neil Island for its calm beaches, and Ross Island for its colonial past.
  5. How hot is Andaman in June?

    Andaman Nicobar in June is somewhat hot, with temperatures typically ranging from 25°C to 31°C. The warm, humid weather that the islands experience is perfect for beach activities. Even though it rains sometimes, the weather is always warm. So you can enjoy a pleasant temperature while you explore the islands' natural beauty.
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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