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Andaman and Nicobar Tourism | How to Plan a Trip to Andaman and Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar islands are the portrait of the untouched beach paradise blessed with cerulean waters, adventure sports activities and pristine islands..


  • Andaman Island
Andaman and Nicobar At a Glance
  • Capital City:Port Blair
  • Average Climate:28°C
  • Best Time to Visit:October till April

Andaman and Nicobar Tourism | Andaman and Nicobar Travel Guide

Bestowed with palm-fringed beaches white long stretches of white sands, crystal clear turquoise waters, and tranquility, Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the best beach destinations in India. Andaman tourism invites every type of traveler, be it an adventurer, honeymooners, nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and more.

Andaman and Nicobar is staunch follower of eco-tourism and believes in preserving its ecosystem. Lying in The Bay of Bengal, it is home to expansive marine life. And not just marine life, the thickness of the forests in more than three-fourth of the region is indefinable and unimaginative.

With rapidly improving infrastructure and connectivity with airports, Andaman Islands now enjoy a wide range of tourist activities and tourist arrivals. In fact, Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the best places in India to go for diving, snorkeling, scuba diving, and water sports such as surfing.

Beach Tourism in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

While the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago consists of more than 300 islands, only a few are open for tourism activity due to their sensitive nature and the primitive tribes that reside on the parts of the islands. From a tourism point of view, Havelock is one of the most popular tourist places in Andaman with some exotic beaches. Andaman & Nicobar Island tourism includes the most pristine beaches like Radhanagar Beach (Havelock Island), Ross and Smith Island Beach, Wandoor Beach (Port Blair), Guitar Island Beach, and Pathi Level Beach (Diglipur).

Some of the white stretches which are less frequented are best for honeymoon in Andaman. And some of the best beaches and diving options are available on Havelock Island. The Nicobar Islands are strictly off-limits to tourists.

Honeymoon Tourism in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the perfect mix of idyllic views, exotic islands, and never-ending stretches of white sands. The atmosphere is perfect to celebrate your newly married bond and spend quality time away from the maddening crowds. The natural beauty, romantic activities, and beautiful sunsets make for the perfect setting to indulge in sweet conversations with your better half.

Andaman tourism includes many places to visit for honeymooners like Havelock Island, Wandoor, Bay Island, Ross Island, and more. The islands are perfect to create intimate moments. Also, you can enjoy staying at the luxurious resorts, strolling on the pristine beaches, witnessing scenic views, and indulging in fun-filled romantic experiences.

Adventure Tourism Andaman and Nicobar Islands

If you are a water baby, Andaman tourism is the perfect way to explore the rich marine life of these islands. Andaman islands are reckoned to be a place perfect to enjoy water sports. Some of the most exciting activities offered here are snorkeling, underwater sea walking, and scuba diving for the ultimate thrill and adventure.

North Bay Island is the best place to enjoy water sports in Andaman. Other activities in Andaman and Nicobar include banana boat rides, trekking, speed boating, and parasailing. Andaman Nicobar tourism gives you the opportunity to see the unique coral reef ecosystem. Do not worry if you are a non-swimmer, you will have experts who will help you have the most memorable time of your life.

Heritage Tourism in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Apart from the water sports and beaches, heritage tourism in Andaman and Nicobar Island is quite significant. The capital of these islands, Port Blair is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has a renowned attraction called Cellular Jail. People from all over the world come here to see the former British prison where Indian freedom fighters were prisoned. The Sound and Light Show in the evening is a must-see.

Chatham Island is another place controlled by the Japanese during WWII and holds importance in Andaman tourism. Ross Island and Viper Island are also must-visit heritage places in Andaman. Mount Harriet also has many colonial buildings that are a must-visit on a heritage tour in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Wildlife Tourism in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Wildlife tourism also plays an important role in Andaman & Nicobar Island tourism. This destination is home to rich flora and fauna, which attracts many wildlife lovers across the country. The island is home to dense evergreen tropical rainforest and provides shelter to the rarest animals and plants, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts. There are many wildlife reserves and national parks in Andaman like Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in Port Blair, Arial Island Wildlife Sanctuary, Belle Island Wildlife Sanctuary, and Clyde Island Wildlife Sanctuary.

The island has around 270 species of birds as well including 14 endemic birds and Nicobar Pigeons. So, if you are a bird watcher, check out the wildlife tourism of Andaman. Moreover, some wildlife sanctuaries also provide camping facilities, which adds more fun to your Andaman and Nicobar Islands holiday.


Cities of Andaman and Nicobar