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Magical Andaman

Magical Andaman

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands make one of the seven union territories of India. Andaman is Fomed in  1 nov 1956.Port blair is the capital of andaman It is a group of more than 570 islands located on the Bay of Bengal. Of these, only 38 are permanently inhabited. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are divided into two island groups, the Andaman Islands and the Nicobar Islands,

North Andaman, South Andaman, Middle Andaman and Little Andaman in the Andaman group of islands.

The Nicobar group of islands comprises Great Nicobar, Nancowry, Car Nicobar, Chowra and Katchal.

Tourism not allowed in nicobar because there are many milletry camp . This island use for military only.

The most widely spoken language on the islands is Bengali followed by Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.The best time to visit the islands is between October and mid-May.( not good for rainy season if you can on rainy season you miss many water sports activties & speed boat & ferry is not operated.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are divided into three districts:

  • North and Middle Andaman
  • South Andaman
  • Nicobar

The area of the Islands is about 8,249 square kilometers, of which 6,408 sq. km of area is occupied by the Andaman group and 1,841 sq km by the Nicobar groups of Islands.

  • Weather- 20-22 in winter 24-37 summer.

Places to Visit in Andaman and Nicobar Island

  • Some of the places to see in Andaman and Nicobar Islands are Cellular Jail, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Neil Island, Havelock Island, Long Island, Water Sports Complex, Fisheries Museum, Chidiya Tapu, Mount Harriet, Samudrika Museum, Anthropological Museum, Indira Point, Car Nicobar and Katchal.


How to Reach Andaman and Nicobar

By Air: The group of islands has its international airport, located in Port Blair. The Veer Savarkar International Airport airport is connected with cities like Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi and Bhubaneswar.

By Ship: Passenger ship service is available to Port Blair from cities like Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam. The voyage reaches Port Blair in 50 to 60 hours on fair weather.

Places Brief


Distance between New Delhi to Port Blair is 2573km which is covered by nonstop flights in average 3h 35.0m.

Arrival at Portblair. you can enjoy Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail then Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island /Ross island

also you explore MUSEUMS & some beaches. you can explore Carbyn's Cove Beach,North Bay Beach also Chidiyatappu & Wandoor & Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park & Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

Limestone Cave Baratang

its is 100 km from portblair & you can take permission for  forest department.


Clear blue waters and white sand beaches lined with mahua trees give Havelock Island a picture-perfect look. With long treks and fascinating backwaters, Havelock promises to be an escape into adventure and scenic beauty. Havelock Island, officially Swaraj Island, is the one of the largest islands that comprise a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. It belongs to the South Andaman administrative district, part of the Indian union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The island is 41 km (25 mi) northeast of the capital city, Port Blair.

Depart from Port Blair to Havelock Island in a ferry

Then go to havelock by jeety.there are two jetty

  • Green ocean (Gov)
  • Makruzz Private (private)

Explore this white sand beach on havelock 

Radhanagar Beach:

A beach famous for its serene view and crystal clear waters, the Radhanagar Beach was considered to be the best beach in Asia nd 5th best beach in india

Vijaynagar Beaches

it is a great place to relax.

Elephant beach

for activities like sea walk,  scuba diving snorkling kayaking. If you hungry after so many activity you can see indian food stall naer by.enjoy banana ride

Kalapather – beach 

this beach has a line of black coloured rocks. This beach is also famous among families and friends as a picnic spot. There are nearby cafes if you want to grab something to eat. 

Neil island 

Known for its magnificent biodiversity, unexplored coral reefs, white sandy beaches, and tropical woodlands, Neil Island is perfect for a peaceful time off. With its laid-back vibe, and lucid charm the island is soothingly different from its neighbouring Havelock.

Spend quality time at the long deserted beaches; explore the island’s villages named after mythological characters from the Ramayana (you can walk the whole island in about two hours), or indulge in water sports in the crystal clear water – Neil Island is Andaman’s rustic masterpiece.Neil Island is a beautiful island which is more peaceful and less crowded than Havelock. It is a long stretch of sandy beaches

Neill Island has three beaches

The Bharatpur Beach -

Bharatpur Beach is the most famous as it also has the Neil Island Jetty. Tourists can explore the beachside and can go for a short Glass-Bottomed Boat Ride in the ocean to explore the marine life and the coral reefs. Swimming and fishing are also quite famous at Bharatpur Beach.

Sitapur Beach

Sitapur Beach is a smaller stretch of beach; about four-kilometre long and is famously known as the Sunrise Beach for its breathtaking sunrise view. Tourists often spend early hours of the morning at this beach before they explore the rest of the island.

Lakshmanpur beach

Lakshmanpur beach is the smallest of them all (2 kilometres stretch). The shoreline has white sandy beaches and shallow waters making it a perfect location for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling. It is also known for the natural coral rock formation and its sunsets views. These beaches are also famous for Scuba Diving, Sea Walking, Deep Sea Diving, Boat Rides, Fishing, Banana Rides etc.

Natural Coral Bridge

Natural Coral Bridge- Neil Island is famous for its naturally shaped bridge-like rock also known as the Howrah Bridge.
tourists can head to the market at Neill Kendra and then explore the rest of the island

Diglipur island 

If you want to still have time you can go diglipur island.

Diglipur (325 Kms., approx. 12 hrs by road from Port Blair) Situated in North Andaman Island, Diglipur provides a rare experience for eco friendly tourists. It is famous for its oranges, rice and marine life. Saddle Peak the highest point in the islands is nearby. Kalpong, the only river of Andaman flows here. The only Hydro-electric project of the islands is on this river. One can feel the innocent beauty of village life everywhere in Diglipur.



•    North Sentinel Island –this island is banned because a tribe who have rejected, often violently, any contact with the outside world.

•    It is also famous for Barren Island, its only active volcano.

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  • Pankaj
  • 05 Dec, 2019

very nice information & we also plan andman as soon.

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