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  • Known for its romantic vibes, there is no scope for disappointment when it comes to places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar for a honeymoon. The romantic escape that lets you enjoy the best time with your precious, leaves no stone unturned when it comes to offering breathtaking views, surreal beaches, clean and clear waters, shining sand and splendid sunsets. 

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    The perfect mix of marooned islands, idyllic views, and never-ending stretches of white and bring out the zest of exploring out in you. It is the best destination to stay closest to nature, relaxing in its lap. You can further get out of your comfort zone and try couple diving to discover the corals and marine life below the sea. Overall, there are many things to do couples with a number of places worth visiting with your better half that only add on to your romantic trip. 

    Port Blair, the capital of the union territory has even today maintained its charm. Day tours to various islands, excursions of nature and marine parks, and luxe beach resorts in Port Blair are hot picks for honeymooners. Cellular Jail tour and light & sound show are must see for all visitors in general further heading to live music performances that set a great mood for a romantic meal. 

    Some of the best places on this island are Bay Island, ChidiyaTapu, Fisheries Museum, Wandoor, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, and Anthropological Museum. If you are particularly fond of Sunsets and sunrises, Havelock Island is the place for you. 

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    You can take a seaplane ride here that costs around INR 5000 per pax, which is much higher than ferry tariffs but certainly worth it. Snorkeling at Radhanagar, Scuba diving at Elephant Beach, beach dinner at the resorts, romantic dining at Blackbeard’s Bistro or Full Moon Cafe are best things to do for couples here. If you are looking for a secluded and unspoiled, Neil island is the place for nature seekers. 

    Laxmanpur Beach, Sitapur Beach, and Bharatpur Beach are worth visiting for couples when on this island. Similarly, Little Andaman is a soothing retreat located at the southern tip of Andaman that has wonderful nature views made up of waterfalls, creeks, rainforests, and stunning white beaches. Honeymooners can choose to visit Hut Bay, Butler Bay Beach, and Harminder Bay Beach on this island.

  • Beaches to Visit on Honeymoon in Andaman

  • 01Radhanagar Beach

    Radhanagar Beach

    The Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island is like a dream out of a fairy book, such as its magnificent beauty. It has white, sandy beaches and a lush green forest bordering it. The sea on this part of the island is a great place to go swimming in. 

    If you’re on your honeymoon in Andaman, you should enjoy a ferry ride to Havelock Island with your partner and top it off with a gorgeous sunset on Radhanagar Beach. You will carry the mark of that spell-binding beach with you forever. The beach is one of the best places to visit in Andaman.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 41km

    Price: Free

    Location: Havelock Island

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  • 02Kaala Pathar Beach

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    Andaman’s beaches are all very beautiful spots. If you are looking for some peace and a break from the madding crowd, then you need to check out Kaala Pathar Beach. The way to the beach is dotted with greenery and little islands. 

    The beach sees considerably less footfall than Radhanagar Beach and is a good place to spend some alone time in the midst of gorgeous blue water and smooth sands. You could carry a picnic lunch with you and make a day of it because there aren’t many good eateries down here.

    Distance From Port Blair: 67km

    Location: Havelock Island

  • 03Elephant Beach

    Elephant Beach

    The Elephant Beach is a short, walkable distance away from the Radhanagar Beach. It has white sandy beaches too but the special attraction of this beach lies in its corals. The coral reef at Elephant Beach starts less than a meter away from the shoreline which is a rare occurrence globally. The beach is also popular for its diving and snorkeling opportunities, and equipment can be arranged with ease. 

    There are other water activities to enjoy here too. So, if you’re looking for some adventurous time on your honeymoon, Elephant Beach should be on your list of places to visit in Andaman because what’s an Andaman honeymoon without some water thrills?

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 41km

    Place: Havelock Island

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    Trekking and Snorkeling at Elephant Beach, Andaman

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  • 04Bharatpur Beach

    This beach is located right next to the Neil Island jetty and is a comfortable place to just sit and relax. It is shaded by leafy green trees and its white cool sands are a treat to the feet. The beach is a great place for swimming and snorkelling and its corals are a delight to the eyes. 

    The view of the corals from this beach is considered as one of the best in Andaman making it a must visit place during your trip to Andaman. The aquatic life which inhabits colorful corals can be seen swimming around too. This beach is quite photogenic so you and your partner can have a lovely time capturing beautiful memories. You can also go riding on a glass bottom boat for 100/-.

    Distance From Port Blair: 36 km

    Prices: (Ferry) Rs.300 to Rs.500/-

    Location: Neil Island

  • 05Ramnagar Beach

    This beach barely receives any footfall in comparison with the other popular tourist beaches. Swimming is not a great option on this beach because of the strong currents and lots of corals. Since it is not a crowded beach, you can enjoy a morning in this luxurious place which gives you a taste of being on a private beach. 

    You can just go there to spend some close romantic time together, especially if you’re staying on Neil Island.

    Distance From Port Blair: 36 km

    Price: Free

    Location: Neil Island

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  • 06New Wandoor Beach

    The New Wandoor Beach is a beautiful, clean beach located near the Mahatma Gandhi National Park. You can visit the beach after you’ve visited the marine park. The footfall here is not much because the people who stop here usually do so with the intention of boarding the ferry to Jolly Buoy and Red Skin islands. 

    However, it is a beautiful beach where you can spend some time indulging in photography. Its serenity will have you charged up for the other aspects of your trip. You can also get into the deep water and view the sea floor through the crystal-clear screen.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 32 kms

    Ticket (Bus): Rs.10-20/-

    Location: Wandoor

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  • 07Laxmanpur Beach

    One of the places to visit in Andaman for a honeymoon is Laxmanpur Beach, a quiet beach at the tip of Neil Island. The beach is hardly crowded, as a result, making it ideal for couples. The beach is pretty stony but the water is clear and the sunset is the delight of all visitors. 

    You can end a day spent on Neil Island with a visit to this beach and close off the trip with the gorgeous sunset and the cool, invigorating sea winds. It is only 2 kilometers from the jetty so you can get back to your hotel conveniently.

    Distance From Port Blair: 36km

    Location: Neil Island

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  • 08Sitapur Beach

    Another one of the places to visit in Andaman for a honeymoon is Sitapur beach. This is the “sunrise beach” of Andaman and the sunrise view which gets to see in the early morning is amazing. The beach is not crowded during the morning time which makes the sunrise point perfect. 

    A couple on honeymoon must experience a beautiful sunrise together- it is a lovely and symbolic experience. The Sitapur Beach provides you with a great setting to do so.

    Distance From Port Blair: 36 km

    Price: Free

    Location: Neil Island

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  • 09Munda Pahar Beach

    Another one of the places to visit in Andaman for a honeymoon is Sitapur beach. This is the “sunrise beach” of Andaman and the sunrise view which gets to see in the early morning is amazing. The beach is not crowded during the morning time which makes the sunrise point perfect. 

    A couple on honeymoon must experience a beautiful sunrise together- it is a lovely and symbolic experience. The Sitapur Beach provides you with a great setting to do so.

    Distance From Port Blair: 36 km

    Price: Free

    Location: Neil Island

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  • 10Amkunj Beach

    Topaz blue waters, the peaceful murmuring sound of the waves, and a solitary beach- what better place for a honeymoon outing? The Amkunj Beach on the Northern Andaman is such a place that makes you stay for long. It rarely witnesses tourists as people tend to visit the southern side of the island more. 

    Moreover, there is a lack of popular commercial activities like snorkeling or swimming which tourists like. Since the beach is covered in rocks, water activities are not an option. But if you are looking for some quiet, pleasant time with your partner, Amkunj Beach is a good option.

    Distance from Port Blair Airport: 165 km

    Price: Free

    Location: Rangat, North Andaman Island

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  • Islands to Visit on Honeymoon in Andaman

  • 11Havelock Island

    Havelock Island

    You can’t visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands without visiting Havelock Island. The island is one of the largest islands of the cluster and a very attractive tourist destination. Its white, sandy beaches are its greatest attraction. Radhanagar Beach and Elephant Beach, two of the most highly rated beaches in Andaman are located here. 

    Opportunities for scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, and other water-bound activities abound. You can make a stopover at Havelock Island for a couple of days and revel in all the shining water around you. Don’t forget to carry your sunblock as you’ll be soaking in the sun with the salty winds all the time. A Havelock Island honeymoon will go down in your memories as one of the best times of your life spent together.

    Distance From Port Blair: 41 km

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  • 12Ross Island

    Ross Island

    An island with a painful past, Ross Island is specifically attractive as a historical tourist destination like Cellular Jail or Viper Gang Jail. The island was set up as a penal colony by the British to punish those who participated in the 1857 Rebellion. It came to be known as “Kalapani”- the place where unspeakable horrors came to be committed. It was later invaded by Japan during World War.

    The island now rests in peace after the tragedies it has seen and visitors frequent the little island in order to pay homage to those who paid in blood to secure India’s freedom.

    Distance From Port Blair: 3 km

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  • 13North Bay Island

    North Bay Island

    Its close proximity to Port Blair, the wonderful underwater coral reefs and the ample snorkeling and sea walking opportunities make North Bay Island popular with tourists. You can spot the various marine creatures that inhabit these shores around the island. 

    You can combine a trip to North Bay with a trip to Ross Island and engage in watersports here. There are hardly any places to stay in North Bay which means you will have to include this on a day trip to Andaman.

    Distance from Port Blair: 8 km

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  • 14Jolly Buoy Island

    Jolly Buoy Island

    An hour’s journey by ferry from Wandoor Beach over a crystal-like sea makes even the journey to Jolly Buoy a memorable experience. The island is a part of the Mahatma Gandhi National Marine Park, one of the two islands of the park open to tourists but only in specific months. 

    The island offers a great opportunity to dive into the sea and experience the marine life. Scuba diving and snorkeling are famous options so make sure to wear your swim costumes underneath (changing rooms are non-existent). You can only visit Jolly Buoy island on one of the ferries that operate up to 10.30 am from Wandoor Beach.  

    Distance From Port Blair: 30 km to Wandoor Beach and an hour in the ferry boat

    Opening & Closing Hours: First Ferry- 8.30 am; Last Ferry- 10.30 am

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  • 15Neil Island

    A small island with a different ambiance from Havelock Island, Neil Island is an equally popular option with tourists. The island has an old-world feel to it and a laid-back approach to tourism. Hawkers won’t rattle your peace of mind and crowds won’t make you feel insignificant on Neil Island. Its white sand beaches bordered with lush green forests are a delightful setting for a quiet honeymoon picnic. 

    You can enjoy yourselves in the water by snorkeling near the jetty or enjoy a sunset at Sitapur Beach. You can either reside in some resort on Neil Island or come over for a day. You can choose to trek over the periphery of the island by walking on the beach. It will only take 2 hours and be a different experience from the usual transport options.

    Distance From Port Blair: 40 km

    Price: Ferry ride at Rs.195 approx.

  • 16Ross and Smith Island

    Two islands connected by a small strip of sand, the Ross and Smith islands are a honeymooning couples delight. It is not the most famous of spots in the Andaman which means that you will have a peaceful time with your partner and make you spend quality time without any disturbance. There is a Marine Park here which is a good place to see corals. 

    There is a small village of 60 families on Smith Island where the Directorate of Tourism offers accommodation. The island is a wonderful place to stay for a couple of days in order to simply take in the luxuriant wonder that is Andaman and Nicobar. You will have to take a permit to visit the island in Diglipur.

    Distance From Port Blair: 196kms

  • 17Barren Island

    Barren Island is popularly referred to as a scuba-diving destination in Andaman. It also has a rich biodiversity and the only confirmed active volcano in South Asia. When you go scuba diving in Barren Island, you are likely to see the exotic Manta Ray, a large and endangered marine animal. 

    There are some beautiful basalt formations down there which you shouldn’t miss too. If you’re on your honeymoon in Andaman, Barren Island is a good place to experience the Indian Ocean in. However, it is a remote island and only open for day trips.

    Distance From Port Blair: 138 km

  • 18Baratang Island

    Baratang Island

    You can make a day trip to Baratang Island and visit its popular and interesting landmarks for a well-rounded Andaman visit. The most popular place on the island is its Limestone Caves. The caves are a spell-binding natural formation that has been in existence for hundreds of years and features beautiful rock formations. 

    A visit to these caves is a must-do activity in Andaman. The other attractions here include Parrot Island and the mud-volcano. Parrot Island is best visited in the evening when thousands of parrots congregate here.

    Distance From Port Blair:  100 km

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  • 19Little Andaman Island

    The Little Andaman Island is a little-known jewel in Andaman which is fast gaining popularity as a surfing destination, one of the few destinations around Andaman and Nicobar. There is a surf school here which offers lessons to visitors and provides equipment. Apart from hanging out on the beaches, tourists can take an elephant ride or go trekking. 

    The best and the most fruitful trek is the one to the White Surf Waterfall, a big waterfall which throws up white mists all around. The trek leads through a jungle and the waterfall is located in the midst of this setting. A truly remarkable honeymoon destination that you have to visit on your Andaman and Nicobar honeymoon.

    Distance From Port Blair: 128km

  • 20Great Nicobar Island

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    Great Nicobar Island is one of the largest islands in the Andaman Nicobar group and a magnificent natural ecosystem. It is only open to Indian tourists. The island features some of the most exotic settings in Andaman and Nicobar among the top of which is Indira Point, a place of such magnificence that it will be difficult to leave from there. 

    The Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve is also a place worth a visit. You can get to Great Nicobar Island via air. The Andaman Nicobar honeymoon is incomplete without reaching Great Nicobar Island.

    Distance From Port Blair: 540kms

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  • 21Cellular Jail

    Cellular Jail

    The Cellular Jail in Port Blair is perhaps the best-known tourist landmark of Andaman and for good reason. It is a place full of history and integral to the Indian Freedom Struggle. The Cellular Jail stands witness to the manifold prosecutions that India’s freedom fighters were subjected to. The National memorial has galleries dedicated to the freedom fighters. 

    Your honeymoon trip to Andaman is incomplete without a stop at Cellular Jail. You can visit it one afternoon and watch the popular sound and light show which takes place around 6 pm to 7 pm. Its history might not make it one of the romantic places to visit, but its place in the Indian past and present make it a must see place in Andaman.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 3.8km

    Price: Rs. 30/-, Camera: 200/-, Video Camera:1000/-

    Location: Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 09:00 am to 12:30 pm, 01:30 pm to 04:45 pm

  • 22Chidiya Tapu

    Chidiya Tapu

    Located at the southernmost tip of South Andaman, Chidiya Tapu is a wonderful place to visit on an Andaman honeymoon. The place boasts of several natural attractions. You can experience a wonderfully romantic sunset as well as experience the ocean’s ever-changing colors. 

    Birds of various feathers flock here making it a very energetic location. You can also choose to go swimming here but you will need to keep a sharp eye out for crocodiles. Overall, Chidiya Tapu is not a place you should give a miss, especially on a honeymoon. Go one afternoon to be able to enjoy the sunset.

    Distance from Port Blair: 28kms

    Location: Port Blair

    Timings: Beach closes at 5 pm

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  • 23Limestone Caves, Andaman

    If you are intending a trip to Baratang Island, you must visit the Limestone Caves which are situated a little way off. The caves are a completely natural phenomenon and over the years, they have turned into beautiful formations that startle the eye with their intensity. Reaching the caves is an experience to remember too as you have to pass through a dense mangrove forest and tribal reserves to reach the caves. 

    If you’re lucky, you might also be able to spot crocodiles taking a sun-bath on the rocks. And once you reach the caves themselves, be prepared to be mesmerised. Remember to take a reliable guide and good walking shoes.

    Distance from Port Blair: 100kms

    Location: Baratang Island

  • 24Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

    Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is one of the must-see places in Andaman, 20 islands fall with the perimeter of the park’s boundaries, making it a great way for the authorities to monitor conservation projects. Tourists can visit Jolly Buoy Island and Red Skin Island and engage in snorkeling and scuba diving. The park also has an Interpretation Centre which is geared to educate tourists about the flora and fauna of Andaman and Nicobar and makes for an interesting visit. You and your partner can also ride in a glass-bottomed boat in order to experience the exotic fishes and coral reefs below. The myriad sky-blue lagoons and secluded beaches make Andaman the most flawless honeymoon destination in India.

    Distance From Port Blair: 28kms

    Price: Rs. 200 for permit

    Location: Wandoor

    Ferry Timings:  1st trip – 8.30 A.M

                                2nd trip – 9.00 A.M

                                3rd trip – 9.30 A.M

                                 4th Trip – 10.00 A.M

                                 5th & final trip Remaining authorized – 10.30 A.M

  • 25Corbyn's Cove

    This cove features high on our list of Andaman honeymoon places. Corbyn’s Cove is a very popular tourist destination, and for good reason. The beach in itself is beautiful with coconut trees lining it and clean water kissing the white sands. Even if you don’t wish to partake of the various activities available here, you will have a good time just lounging about here. 

    You can choose to go scuba diving off Snake Island which is a short distance from the cove or enjoy yourself with the other water sports available over here. And don’t forget to eat or down a beer at the Waves Restaurant and Beer Bar to get a lovely cuisine experience.

    Distance from Port Blair: 6 km

    Location: Port Blair

  • 26Joggers Park

    One of the highest points of Port Blair, Joggers Park is a good place to spend a couple of hours in. It is a simple park but there are several things you can do to pass an interesting time. You can go jogging of course and you can also participate in yoga classes that are conducted there. But if you just want to hang out and pass some time, you can do so while watching the sea at a distance. 

    You can also go for plane watching as the Port Blair Airport is visible from the park and planes can be seen landing and taking off. The lit runway at night is a sight to behold. Joggers Park is one of the few places in India which can claim such a view.

    Distance from Port Blair airport: Negligible

    Location: VIP Road, Port Blair

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  • 27Chatham Saw Mill

    The first SawMill in India, constructed by the British in 1833, the Chatham Saw Mill is still going strong. Its operations form a decent part of the Port Blair economy and the mill remains an attractive tourist destination. A visit to the mill is not a time-consuming process and can be completed within an hour. 

    You can take a guided tour of the saw factory and see various types of wood being converted into functional items. You can also buy off-cuts of Pedauk wood for low prices and convert them into table-tops or name plates. Club a visit to Chatham Saw Mill with a visit to the Forest Museum for a comprehensive visit.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 6km

    Tickets: Rs. 40/-

    Location: Chatham Island, Port Blair

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  • 28Viper Chain Gang Jail

    This is another memorial whose shadows cast itself over the Indian Freedom Struggle from 1857 onwards. The Viper Gang Jail was constructed by the British as a punishment center for the fighters in the 1857 Rebellion. It continued to be a jail, notorious for the horrors it housed throughout the freedom struggle. 

    The dark history of this place sheds a lot of light on the price India had to pay for its freedom. You should make a part of your must-see places despite the fact that it is in a dilapidated condition now. The place brims with history and it also has peaceful beaches and forests which make it picturesque.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 25 km by road

    Prices: Free

    Location: Viper Island

  • 29Indira Point

    To miss a visit to Indira Point any time you visit Andaman and Nicobar is a mistake. But to miss it on a honeymoon is absolutely wrong. Indira Point or Pygmalion Point is one of the most exotic places in Andaman and Nicobar. It has a magnificent view of the vast sea and a gorgeous lighthouse, and its archipelago is teeming with life.  

    Its beauty cannot be described in words, so you’ll have to see it to believe it. It has a beautiful romantic setting.

    Distance From Port Blair: 540 km

    Prices: Transport price varies by air and sea operators

    Location: Great Nicobar

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  • 30Marine Park And Aquarium

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    Visit the Marine Park and Aquarium for a quick tour of some marine artifacts. You can see specimens of corals and other marine life preserved here apart from a small aquarium with some pretty species of local fishes. A Tsunami memorial erected in the park keep a memory of that tragedy alive. Visiting this place is not a time-consuming activity.

    Tickets: Rs. 10

    Location: Delanipur

    Timings: 6 am to 10 pm

  • 31Mini Zoo

    If you decide to visit Chidiya Tapu, you can also drop in for a visit to the Mini Zoo. Being a mini zoo, it does not have a startling variety of animals to look at but it does have some interesting spots like crocodile farming and breeding area and several imposing varieties of eagles.

    It seems deserted and low on wild-life because many of the species that were formerly housed there have now been shifted to Chidiya Tapu.

    Distance From Port Blair: 28 km

    Price: Free

    Location: Chidiya Tapu
  • 32South Button Island National Park

    This National Park is a part of the Rani Jhansi Marine National Park and makes for an attractive tourist destination. It is made beautiful by the high visibility of the shallow coral reefs in its sea waters. On the eastern side of the park is a coral garden full of grottoes which is truly mesmerizing. 

    The diversity of the flora and fauna present in this small 5 square kilometers national park is startling. You can simply wander through the park to experience the vegetation and the wild animals or go snorkeling and scuba diving to experience the richness of life underwater making it a must-visit place in Andaman during your trip.

    Distance from Port Blair: 74 km

    Distance from Havelock Island: 24 km

    Price: NA

    Location: South Button Island

    Opening & Closing Hours: 12 am to 12 pm

  • 33Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve

    An Andaman Nicobar honeymoon is incomplete without a visit to the magnificent Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve. It is a spell-binding place incorporating dozens of ecosystems within its area including tropical wet evergreen forests, mountain ranges, and diverse marine culture.

    Distance From Port Blair: 540 km

    Location: Great Nicobar

  • 34Murugan Temple

    An early morning trip to the Murugan Temple in Port Blair will make for a good start to your day. The temple is dedicated to Lord Murugan and is one of the largest temples in Andaman. It also boasts of a great location. It is situated upon a hillock with a forest enveloping it and the sea close by. Cool winds blow here early in the morning which makes it an ideal time to visit it. The temple complex is large and visitors can simply roam about in it for the duration of their visit- its peaceful ambiance makes this an attractive option.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 3.2 km

    Location: Shadipur, Port Blair

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  • 35Howrah Bridge

    No honeymoon is complete without pictures and Howrah Bridge is one of those places that seem to be made with this understanding in mind. The Howrah Bridge is not really a bridge but a formation of two corals which join together in the shape of a bridge. It is a fantastic natural phenomenon rising out of the clear blue seas. Reaching here is a bit of a hassle, involving a long walk over treacherous dead coral, and so it is best avoided in case of pregnancy. Wear good walking shoes to assure a yourself a good trip and only go when the tide is low.

    Distance From Port Blair: 40kms

    Price: Free

    Location: Neil Island

  • 36Phoenix Bay Jetty

    Chances are that you will end up visiting the Phoenix Bay Jetty regardless of whether you put it on your must-see list. This Jetty is the starting point of the many ferries that leave for the Neil and Havelock Islands. It is a docking point and a central landmark of Port Blair. You can choose from a variety of ferries that operate here. If you’re not bound for another island, you can just try out the ferries plying over a short distance one evening.

    Distance From port Blair Airport: 5km

    Price: Varies by activity

    Location: Port Blair

  • 37Sippighat Farm

    This botanical farm is spread over 80 acres of land and surrounded by forests. It is a quiet peaceful location and an agricultural landmark. The farm practices the best cultivation methods for the group of islands and sets an example by doing so. A wide variety of plants is grown here from spice plants to coffee plants to medicinal plants. A variety of rare flowering plants can also be seen here. It is the finest research and development farm in Andaman and can be visited on a free afternoon.

    Distance From Port Blair: 14km

    Location: Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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  • 38Samudrika Marine Museum

    The Samudrika Museum is one of the must see places in Andaman, especially if you want a comprehensive sense of what the Andaman and Nicobar Islands really stand for. A big whale greets you upon your entrance and the five rooms of the museum which follows, treat you to the special feature of the islands- their geographical history, a beautiful aquarium full of exotic marine life, a room full of corals, a room full of shells, and a room dedicated to the history of the island’s tribes.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 5 km

    Tickets: Rs.10

    Location: Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 9am to 12pm. 2pm to 5pm. Mondays closed.

  • 39Anthropological Museum

    Andaman and Nicobar Islands are home to many native tribes which have existed there for hundreds of years. If you visit the various islands which make up the union territory, you will chance upon these tribes. The Anthropological Museum houses artifacts from these tribes and is a great place where you can learn their history. A visit to this museum will make your honeymoon visit to the islands and interaction with the tribes much more culturally rich and furnish you with unique memories.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 3.6 km

    Tickets: Rs. 20

    Location: Middle Point, Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 9 am to 1 pm, 2 pm to 4.30 pm

  • 40Science Centre

    The Science Centre is an interesting place to visit when you’re here. It has a detailed display of the islands’ genesis as well as the various natural activities that occur there like volcanic eruptions and oceanic activity. It is a fun place to take children to because of its planetarium and  3D and light shows that take place there. Make sure to go there after 3pm, that is when the show begins. A visit to the Science Centre is a great way to wrap up your day, especially if you’re returning from Corbyn’s Cove Beach.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 5 km

    Location: Corbyn’s Cove, Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 10.00 am to 5.30 pm

  • 41Kalapani Museum

    The Kalapani museum is an interesting place to visit, especially within the first few days of your trip. It is a museum dedicated to the history of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and houses a host of interesting artefacts relating to historical details of the islands’ tribes, the role of the islands’ during World War 2 etc. The proprietor of the museum gives visitors a personal tour and also shows rare original letters and mementos from the days gone by.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport:  6.2 km

    Location: Garacharma II, Port Blair

    Opening & Closing Hours: 9 am to 7 pm

  • 42Forest Museum

    This museum is a reflection of the rich forest life present on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The museum houses several artefacts from the forests around the various islands along with interesting insights related to the flora. A  mini zoo and a small zoological island are also part of the museum. So, if you are in Port Blair with an hour or two to spare, a visit to the Forest Museum might be a fruitful idea since the islands’ forests are a major part of their identity.

    Distance From Port Blair Airport: 6km

    Location: Chatham Saw Mill Complex, Port Blair

    Opening& Closing Hours: 10am to 2pm, Sundays closed.

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Havelock Island

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.

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.

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.


Chidiya Tapu

As the name suggests, Chidiya Tapu is the perfect haven for unseen migratory birds and common native birds found in the Andaman Islands. Recognized as the most enchanting beach in Andaman and tourists arrive here on a large scale as the beach extends the best ever sights for them including the eye catching sunrise and sunset views. This is a silent yet crowded beach encircled by evergreen forests on one side and the short hills on the other side. 

As it is considered to be the presenter of the most finishing touch of sunset and sunrise views, it is the main hub in Andaman Islands. The beach is filled with 46 varieties of endangered species of birds, and white spotted deer. There are a lot of seasonal orchids and other varieties of plants.

Highlights: The major attractions of Chidiya Tapu are the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, the Sylvan Sands, the Munda Pahar Beaches etc. You will be able to stay at a forest guesthouse located nearby atop a hillock and from there, the panoramic view of Chidiya Tapu in detail.

Activities: Apart from sunset and sunrise views, plenty of people come for an Andaman and Nicobar trip to see this beach, to identify the rare species appear in multiple colours and size. Even though many of the birds are commonly found on the beach, you would find it as a unique and unnatural scene to find the colourful gathering of them.

Boating is an attractive activity done here as well as snorkeling and swimming are also a part of the adventure activities usually experienced by those who visit here.

Distance from Port Blair: It is located about 25 kms from Port Blair.


Neil Island

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. A perfect place to simply relax and chill is the beaches here and the deserted shores are favourite to those who love to relax in utmost peace.

In two hours, one can explore the island by walking around. It got the name Neil after the British Brigadier General James Neill who stubbornly dealt with the rebels during the 1857 Mutiny. The rich cultivation of paddy is found in Neil Island that belongs to the Ritchies’ Archipelago between Havelock Island and Rose Island. 

Highlights: One of the major highlights of Neil Island is Neil Kendra, a beautiful curving bay full of white sand and holding the major jetty of the island made attracting by disarraying numerous colourful wooden fishing boats. Known to be the heart of the island, Neil Kendra has Bharatpur Beach on its left and Laxmanpur Beach on the right.

The richest collection of marine lives and coral reefs have given Neil Island the peculiarity of being one of the most thrilling scuba diving sites on the island. In addition to diving, Neil Island is home to those who love snorkeling, swimming, birding, cycling etc.

Activities: Glass bottom ride and snorkelling are the major activities available on Neil Island though there are enough opportunities to do diving and other prime adventure activities.

Distance from Port Blair: The island belongs to the South Andaman district is located about 36 km northeast from Port Blair.

Accommodations: Neil Island hotels and resorts in Neil Island.


Radhanagar Beach

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.


Baratang Island

If you are in the hunt for undiscovered gems of Andaman, Baratang Islands should definitely be on your list. 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.


Elephant Beach

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. It offers a number of water sports which include diving, snorkelling along with a range of other adventure activities like bird watching, trekking and kayaking.You must check other islands of Andaman consisting of great beaches and make your tour marvelous by visiting them.

Best visited during the months of November to February, Elephant Beach is an ideal place to watch the infinite sea and have an adventure with water activities. One should try to visit during the early morning and watch the sunrise in the sky at Elephant Beach. Along with the pristine natural landscapes, Elephant Beach is a great holiday respite to explore marine life, enjoy trekking and having a picnic at the beach. It is mostly known for its coral reefs and offers an unparalleled underwater fun for all the nature lovers in Andaman.

Highlights: In Elephant Beach, the most amazing attractions and things to do are snorkelling and sea walking. Along with that you can explore other beaches like Govindnagar Beach, Radhanagar Brach and Kalapather Beach. Some other exciting activities to indulge in at Elephant Beach include sunbathing, scuba diving, surf riding, fishing, swimming, gazing at the sunset or sunrise, bird-watching, trekking, kayaking and more.

Activities: Mirror boat rides, Snorkeling, Diving, Bird-watching, Swimming, Kayaking, Trekking, Gaze at the sunset or sunrise

Distance from Port Blair: The distance between Port Blair and Elephant beach is approximately about 70 km.


Barren Island

The one and only confirmed active volcano in South East Asia is on Barren Island and recently in 2017, it appeared in news all over the world as the eruption happened in the volcano once again. The name is completely suitable for the island as it does not promote any type of human inhabitants and it is completely barren. The first identified eruption on this island happened in the year of 1787 and then on, there were around ten eruptions happened here.

The volcanic island is placed in the middle of a volcanic belt and that too on the edge of the Indian and Burmese tectonic plates. The highest peak of the volcano stands up to 354 meters. But it is confirmed that most of the volcanoes on the island are found underwater.

Highlights: Since the island is inhabited by humans, there are a lot of animal species are found among which, some of them are really unique. The total diameter of the island is 3 kms and there you can find a big crater, about half km from the shore.

Activities: The sea plane ride above the island to enjoy the aerial view of the whole place is a recognized activity. For sightseeing and nature walk, this island is the best as you will come across the huge volcanoes and the nearby rock structures.

Distance from Port Blair: It lies around 138 kilometers northeast of Port Blair. There is a strict rule that the visitors will be allowed to go to the island only by the chartered boats with the permission of the Forest Department.

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Cellular Jail

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



All fans of eco-tourism should pack their bags and have an exciting vacay at Diglipur when they are visiting Andaman. It is famous for its green landscapes and its exotic marine life which makes it a must visit for nature lovers. The island is renowned for having many prominent beaches like Kalipur Beach, Ross and Smith Islands, Ramnagar Beach and Pathi Level Beach.

There is also the Saddle Peak Mountain National Park which can be accessed from Diglipur. It is replete with many exciting attractions with rare animals like Andaman wild pig, Andaman hill myna, Andaman imperial pigeon, water monitor, dolphins, whales and the Saltwater crocodile.

A must visit for trekking aficionados, Diglipur is the largest peak in the archipelago of Andaman islands and offers a wonderful sight of its unique wildlife. One of the most visited tourist places in Andaman, Diglipur is sure to leave you enthralled with its gorgeous scenery consisting of glittering white sands, nice weather, lofty palms and its exciting marine life. Diglipur is one of the most serene spots if you forget all the worries of your life and enjoy an eco-friendly holiday.

Highlights: The main attractions of Diglipur are Kalipur Beach, Diglipur National Park, Ram Nagar Beach, Mud Volcano, twin islands of Ross and Smith and Saddle Peak National Park. This place is luxuriant in flora and fauna, which makes it a must visit for wildlife enthusiasts.

Activities: Trekking, Snorkeling, and Mangrove creek safari are some of the activities the activities that one can enjoy on their holiday in Diglipur island.  Beach combing, sunbathing, surf riding, swimming, fishing, bird watching, trekking in Jungle, sailing, kayaking are some other activities not to be missed here.

Distance from Port Blair: Diglipur is at a distance of 290 km by road from Port Blair.

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Vijaynagar Beach

Known as Beach No.5 is Vijaynagar Beach in the north east part of Havelock Island. Very remote from the crowded locations on Havelock Island, Vijaynagar Beach is close to heart for those who love to spend time in utmost calmness. The regular touch of the sapphire blue water on the pearl like sandy beach makes no noise and it is one of the reasons why tourists chosen it as the perfect space for romantic couples and families. Don't forget to check the resorts for couples in Andaman.

The beauty of the beach has been praised so much by those who visited it. It is always better to come here freely, just to roam around, or to float on the shallow water, or to read under the large shade given by the huge trees on the shore or to do sunbathing. The collection of Mahua trees and palms is the significant ornament making the beach a splendid place to sit back and relax as much as time one wants to. This is one of the magnificent attractions in Andaman.

Highlights: A photographer's paradise is Vijaynagar Beach; especially the sunrise views from the beach is incomparably magnificent. When the sun’s fresh rays spread all over the wide sea, the entire atmosphere starts blushing in all possible colours and there is no better sight from the beach would satiate a photographic mind. The native birds appear during the fresh mornings add effective colours to the sunrise pictures.

Activities: The beach is recognized for relaxed swimming and sunbathing. Adventure activities are not yet a fashion on this inevitable part of Havelock Island.

Distance from Port Blair: Vijaynagar Beach is located at a distance of about 38 kms from Port Blair but from Havelock jetty the beach is lying 9 kms away only.


Samudrika Marine Museum

The Indian Navy is guarding the famous Samudrika Marine Museum which exhibits the richest collection of Andaman’s animal and floral lives. 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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Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

A great park that has been accepted well by the international tourists and a distinct idea and execution in India to preserve the sensitive and endangered species of marine species is Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in Andaman. It consists of 15 islands of mangrove creeks, rainforests, splendid coral reefs which have around 50 types and a huge collection of rare but colourful fish etc. 

This park came into existence in the year of 1983 under the solid Wildlife Protection Act of 1973 to keep the lives of marine animals safe and preserved as the underwater ecosystem was on the verge of destruction. The best time to visit the park is during the months from November to February and during monsoon, it remains closed.

Highlights: The park is comprised of two major island groups known as the Labyrinth Islands and Twin Islands which are situated about 16 km away from Port Blair to the south of it. This park boasts of the unimaginable size it spreads that is about 281.5 which have 17 small islands and the open sea creeks.

The fringing reefs are abundantly found in the park and that is one of the special reef species found on the island. Each island holds different type of vegetation. Tarmugli is the highest island in the park that displays the vast area of mangrove vegetation, sand covered beaches, sheet rocks etc.

Activities: One can get knowledge of marine species after visiting national park.

Distance from Port Blair: The park is located in Wandoor which is lying about 29 kms away from Port Blair. There are ferry services every 30 minutes from Port Blair boat jetty. The park is easily accessible via road as well.


Limestone Caves

Baratang Island and the limestone caves in Andaman and Nicobar Islands are awesomely famous for different reasons. The thick mangrove forests, the enlarged tropical forest canopy, the friendly rivers to take a boat ride and the carvings of nature in the form of mud volcanoes and limestone caves are the principal factors that overshadowing everything else on the island. Tourists love to visit Baratang during their tour of Andaman especially for the glowing structures found in the caves made of limestone which are years old. 

The journey to the caves is splendid as one has to cross the mangrove forests and the tribal reserves from Baratang boat jetty. These caves give away a feeling that you are at some place which is not a part of Andaman Islands. These are the rare caves which contain the stalagmites and stalactites rock structures proving against the common myth that both of them cannot be found together in one place. If you are really exhausted by repeatedly visiting the islands and beaches in Andaman then you must visit Baratang Island and these caves especially. 

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Highlights: The mangrove forests encircling the caves are the real attraction at this place and people are eagerly waiting to take an adventurous boat ride through the mangroves and find the sleeping crocodiles in water. Another highlight which leaves the beauty of the caves heightened is its originality kept preserved from time immemorial. Humans have not exploited the real charm of the caves and thus these caves are stealing hundreds of hearts.

Activities: Boating and trekking can be done here.

Distance from Port Blair: To reach Baratang Island, one has to travel via road for almost 100 kms. You can take a bus or drive yourself and then you have to cross the Middle Strait and a half an hour long boat ride will take you to the limestone caves and formations.  

Location: Baratang Island is the region where limestone caves are found.


Mud Volcanoes

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.

Highlights: Reaching the mud volcanoes in Diglipur and Baratang would need a flexible stretch of walk through the relishing wilderness and that exciting trek will give an energy in an unlimited way.

Activities: One can enjoy trek here

Distance from Port Blair: From Port Blair, Diglipur is located about 350 km north and one can use the ferry service of seaplane service from Port Blair. Baratang Island is closer to Port Blair, about 100 kms distance.

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North Bay Island

Famous for the underwater corals, North Bay Island located near the Pheonix Jetty of Port Blair is yet another favourite tourist destination. Multiple clubs providing exhilarating scuba diving, snorkeling and sea walking at the island give it a special space in the hearts of adventure lovers. And because of this factor, North Bay Island is crowded all the time. 

If you wish to do a tour of North Bay Island, then you have to come at the Andaman Water Sports Complex where it starts from and the boats can accommodate up to 60 people and every boat will have a guide as well. The glass bottom boat ride to the island will give you a lot of chances to see the world of fish, typical sea flora and reefs inhabited underwater in harmony.

Highlights: Scuba diving and snorkeling are the most important activities available at the island and along with those, glass bottom ride is also has significant importance. The coral reefs and the marine animals make the underwater world enthralling.

Also, sea walk is considered to be a mind blowing activity and it opens up the doors to mingle with the colourful, rare species of sea. To do sea walking, you will be taken to the spot from the stationed sea walk paltoon and the experience of walking along the soft sea bed is memorable for a lifetime.

Activities: Sea walking and scuba diving in Andaman are considered to be the best adventure activities that can be done, as there are umpteen number of travelers do these activities regularly.

Distance from Port Blair: The island lies at a distance of about 42.4 kms from Port Blair and it would take around 1 hours and 30 minutes to reach there.


Cinque Island

South Cinque Island and North Cinque Island are the two major portions that make the huge Cinque Island a vibrant and captivating beauty in Andaman. This famous underwater diving spot is located on the north side of the popular Duncan Passage and in the middle of Rutland and Passage Islands. The inhabited island is a surprising beauty to all the tourists arrive here. But the two divisions of the island are beautifully separated by a sandbar. 

Another important factor to know about Cinque Island is that it is a part of the very famous Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in Wandoor. And thus, the abundant presence of colourful marine lives is not a surprising feature. Tourists mainly arrive at Cinque to enjoy adventure activities, especially diving and snorkeling. The beautiful corals and fish species give away the admiring time underwater to every nature lover.

Highlights: Mostly, day visits are allowed on the island that too with the permission in advance from Chief Wildlife Warden. The astonishingly beautiful corals are the main feature of Cinque Island. The island itself is a sanctuary as it houses a large collection of variety coral reefs, sea weeds, multi coloured fish species, starfish, sea anemones, turtles and water snakes.

There is an authentic declaration on the name of the island which says that Cinque Island is the mostly visited island in Andaman archipelago.

Activities: As everyone is quite clear about the fact that Cinque Island is an incomparable destination for the best scuba diving spots, tourists arrive here in large numbers every year. Those who would not want to be so adventurous also will not be disappointed since the island gives opportunities to do snorkeling and swimming at their best.

Distance from Port Blair: It is at a distance of 38.9 kms from Port Blair.

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