Best Time to Visit Andaman

Considering that Andaman is a coastal paradise, a tropical island, there are only two seasons it sees - summer and monsoon. The tropical nature of the island means there’s technically no winter season here. So, when it comes to picking the right season to visit Andaman, the summer season bags the prize. Summer is the most happening and refreshing season in Andaman, and herds of travellers from India and abroad flock here to cherish the seasonal glory of Andaman.

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Summer is also the time when all water sports and activities are enjoyed, and every place is accessible. You can also enjoy a lavish cruise ride during the summers here. If you’re a solitary traveller and are seeking solitude and offbeat places, count on the ‘winter’ season, which is essentially from October to March.

There’s no winter chill in the air, but a considerably lesser number of tourists, and possible dips in tariffs. Winter in Andaman is really just Summer part two, except with cooler climate and lower temperatures. You must not miss checking our Pocket-Friendly Package of Andaman (Flat 18% Off).

In conclusion, the best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Island is during the summers!

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Here are the best seasons to visit Andaman:

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Andaman in Summer

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Andaman in Summer
The best time to visit Andaman is the summer season when the island enjoys a beautiful tropical climate. Summers in Andaman begin from April and extend up to June. The entire island is surrounded by lush greenery, graced by the warm, soothing sea breeze that breathes life into the place. The average daytime temperature ranges from 28 - 34 degrees celsius, while nights are comparatively cooler with the mercury levels stooping down to 24 - 27 degrees.

 It is also the best time to indulge in refreshing and stimulating water sports like jet skiing, scuba diving, surfing, snorkelling, paragliding and many more things to do in Andaman Islands. During the summer season, the tropical glory of the island is at its peak. Visit the acclaimed beauty of Radhanagar in Havelock, strolling by the shore with the background of a marvelous setting sun. The Ross and Smith Island Beach, Laxmanpur Beach of Neil Island, and the Wandoor Beach in Port Blair are unmissable places to visit in Andaman Islands.

 You can treat yourself to a nice sunbath by the white sand shores of the beaches of Andaman, or spend a day resting in hammocks by the bay. In fact, the popular images that portray Andaman in blogs and magazines have been shot in the summers! It is literally the season when the island comes alive with lush tropical beauty.
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Andaman in Winter

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Andaman in Winter
Technically, Andaman does not experience ‘winter’ at all. Starting from October to March, the climate is very pleasant and cool, with an average daytime temperature falling somewhere between 25 to 30 degrees celsius, and nighttime temperatures dropping down to about 20 to 22 degrees.

There’s absolutely no chill here during these months, though. So if you’re looking for nice winter chills and subzero temperatures, Andaman isn’t the right pick. But the island is again open to an astonishing range of water sports and Andaman sea cruises to indulge in. You can visit the soothing beauty of Port Blair, Long Island, Clique Islands, Neil Island, Radhanagar Beach, Little Andaman Island, Havelock Island, Diglipur and many more!

Apart from the summers, ‘winter’ is also a great time to pay a visit to Andaman for honeymoon. Not only do you get a considerably lesser crowd of tourists, but also lower-than-usual prices. Experience solitude and calm by the white sand shores of the crystal clear beaches in Andaman when you visit during winters.

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Andaman in Monsoon

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Andaman in Monsoon

Monsoon in Andaman begins from July, and lasts upto September. It is the second of the two seasons that grace Andaman. Andaman temperature is pleasant, ranging from 24 to 32 degrees during the day, and dropping to 22 - 27 during the night. Since Andaman is essentially a tropical island, it receives heavy rainfall during monsoons, making it an uneventful experience for travellers. The annual rainfall in Andaman is about 300 mm. 

Andaman Water sports like scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing, and jet skiing are shut during the monsoon, owing to the unpredictability of the weather and heavy rains. Amidst the incessant rainfall, there’s hardly any time left to enjoy the outdoors, soaking up the sun, or even having a cocktail drink at the beach. Sea rides and cruises might also be shut during this time, again due to the aforementioned reason. There might also be unexpected flight delays, by several hours. Travelling also becomes a daunting task. Although, if you’re seeking to pamper yourself by staying in your resort room, consider monsoons. Treat yourself to luxurious and soothing indoor spas and massage centres. These resorts also host several stimulating indoor activities to take up. 

The bottom line is that if you wish to enjoy a classic island experience, monsoon is not a good time to visit Andaman as there isn’t much to do and not many places to visit.

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