Andaman & Nicobar beaches
Noted eco-tourist destination. The islands offer visitors an amazing variety of water-sports to be engaged in. Tribal communities can also be observed.variety of water-sports to be engaged in. Tribal communities can also be observed.
Approximately 300 islands make up Andaman and Nicobar. The islands form a tropical paradise
Aquatic sports including yachting and scuba-diving. On-shore activities include elephant safari, island camping and trekking.
Andaman & Nicobar beaches are known for their ravishing reefs, captivating corals, and swaying coconut canopies. The islands are a paradise for ecotourism. The great diversity of marine life forms part of the islands' attraction.
A number of beaches are present on Andaman and Nicobar islands. Few notable beaches are: Karmatang beach: It is famous as a nestling ground for turtles. Karmatang is located at Mayabunder, in Middle Andaman's northern part. The beach is 240 kilometers distant by road from Port Blair.
Radhanagar beach: This beach is a veritable paradise for an environmentalist. It is unpolluted and pristine. Radhanagar beach is situated in Havelock island. Corbyn's Cove Tourism Complex: It is regarded as one of the more beautiful sea beaches. The beach is ideal for sun-basking and sea bathing.
Ramnagar beach: It is a sandy beach located at Diglipur island. Ramnagar island is connected to Mayabunder by daily ferry services. Boat services are available from Port Blair twice a week.
Harminder Bay beach: This beach is located 100 kilometers distant from Port Blair. Inter islands shipping services form the only mode of transport to these islands. Wandur beaches: The beaches lies on the west coast of Andaman Nicobar. Wandur beaches are known for its tropical life and corals. Glass bottomed boats may be hired for marine sightseeing.
The ideal time for visiting Andaman and Nicobar are from October to May. Domestic air services to Port Blair are available from the Indian mainland.