Explore Andaman

Andaman is one of the most attractive destinations for people who love to enjoy sea beaches. With unparalleled natural beauty, serene locations, glorious historical sites & enriched marine ecosystem, Andaman gained much popularity among tourists, making it one of the most out-of-world destinations in India. One can explore stunning beaches, verdant mangrove creeks, limestone caves, beautiful shorelines and ancient mud volcanoes in Andaman. The island is acclaimed for offering tropical evergreen forests which host teeming wildlife cover. Despite being detached from a large landmass, islands of Andaman nurture numerous species of animals and birds.

Best Time To Visit

With tranquil atmosphere and serene natural beauty, Andaman is a worth-visiting place for every season. One can plan a vacation based on preferences. Here is a month-wise break-up for your convenience:


The duration between March to June constitutes the summer season in Andaman, with an average temperature hovers between 24°C to 39°C.


May marks the onset of monsoon in Andaman and lasts until September. The average temperature ranges from 22°C to 35°C during mosoon.


Winter arrives on the island in October and lasts until February. The average temperature during winter ranges between 20°C – 34°C, one of the best times to visit Andaman.

How To Reach

By Air

Port Blair houses the Veer Savarkar International Airport, which offers the best & fast way to reach Andaman. You can reach your desired destinations by taking ferries from Port Blair.

By Water

The other way to reach Andaman is by waterways. You can take a cargo ship, which is available from Chennai, Kolkata, and Vishakapatnam.

Places To Visit

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Swaraj Dweep

Swaraj Dweep, also known as Havelock Island, offers charmingly beautiful pristine beaches. Vibrant coral reefs & virgin forest cover make it a traveler lover’s paradise. Swaraj Dweep is one of the most populated islands in Andaman. One can visit Radhanagar Beach, Elephant Beach, and Kalapatthar Beach, which offers glistening shorelines.

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Port Blair

Port Blair, the capital town, can be called the gateway to explore the rich beauty of Andaman. It houses the single commercial airport in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The town is situated in the South Andaman group, offering rich cultural, historical, and natural affluence. One can visit the iconic Japanese Bunker & beautiful sea lines and explore breathtaking water sports.

Baratang Img Credit : Yercaud-elango on wikimedia

Baratang, the hidden natural jewel,is located nearly 150 km north of Port Blair. The island is well-noted for havingexotic natural wanders - beautiful beaches, mangrove forests, estuaries, volcanoes, limestone, and many more. One must take permission from the Forest Department of Andaman to explore the offbeat places here.

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park Img Credit : Nilanjan pathak on wikimedia
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

This Marine National Park was established to conserve the local marine ecosystem under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. You can encounter gorgeous coral reefs, exquisite vegetation, and countless species of marine animals. You can have a tour on boat from one island to another. People love to visit the turtle breeding center here.

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Barren Island

Barren Island houses the only active volcano of South Asia. As the name suggests, the island is truly barren, offering the serenity of the location. The clean and tranquil marine atmosphere of Barren Island makes it an ideal destination for water sports like scuba diving.

Diglipur Img Credit : Biswarup Ganguly on wikimedia

Diglipur Island is a wonderful location in Andaman, offering rich flora & fauna, attractive natural beauty, and endless beach lines. It is home to the enchanting twin islands - Ross & Smith. One can reach this island on ferry or boat from Port Blair. Many hotels and resorts are in Diglipur, making it a favorable place to stay during your tour.

Cellular Jail
Cellular Jail

The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a British colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The prison was used by the colonial government of India for the purpose of exiling criminals and political prisoners.

Radhanagar Beach
Radhanagar Beach

Radhanagar Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Asia. It attracts huge tourism due to its awe striking beauty and is also titled as the 7th most beautiful beach in the world.

Radhanagar beach is a treat to watch during sunrise and sunset. One can sit on the shore for hours together admiring the beauty of the sky and the sea submerging together at some point. If you are the adventurous types then you can even do some scuba diving and other water sports available at the beach.

Elephant Beach
Elephant Beach

Elephant Beach is an ideal destination for water sports and for leisure tour. You will be in a world apart when on this beach located in Havelock Islands. Its rich coral reef structure and amazing underwater marine life will certainly spellbind you and want you to keep coming back for more. Elephant beach is nevertheless the best place to visit in Andaman Islands and you will find a lot of Indians and foreign nationals here. This place is ideal for relaxing spending a leisure time with food and drinks. Besides, if you feel like doing some fun activities this beach offers water sports like diving, snorkelling, swimming, bird-watching, trekking and kayaking. Being famous for its coral reefs, sea walking is also actively partaken and the best part is, anybody with a zest for adventure can indulge in this underwater fun.

Laxmanpur Beach
Laxmanpur Beach

Located on Neil Island, Laxmanpur Beach is a long beach divided into two parts: Laxmanpur Beach I known for its mesmerising sunsets and Laxmanpur Beach II known for the two natural arch bridges or Howrah Bridge. The abundance of corals and marine life on the shores during the low tide is popular among visitors. Walking towards the natural arch bridge can be a bit tricky as you will have to walk over the dead corals, so it is highly recommended to wear proper footwear. You can also spot a myriad of marine life here. 

Limestone Cave
Limestone Cave

These marvelous Andaman limestone caves are some million years old. Inside the caves, you will find conical rock-like structure protruding from the floor of the caves. These formations are called Stalagmites which is the creation of single-celled algae called cyanobacteria. It is fascinating to see how beautifully these rocks have been arranged inside the cave, the flowy calcium deposits in the form of waves look like an artwork. You will find yourself gaping at the structures inside the cave. It is almost unbelievable how nature is capable of conceiving such an ecstatic thing.

Kalapathar Beach
Kalapathar Beach

The Kalapathar Beach is a small quaint beach in the Kalapathar Village, Swaraj Dweep. It is a beautiful beach with silky golden sands, blue waters, and lush green trees around. This beach is not a very popular destination and is secluded most of the time because there are no water sport activities that are available here. The way towards the beach is a very beautiful one; you can catch glimpses of the stunning coastline. The beach goes just by its name numerous black rocks are present inside the water and on the shore as well.

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