Best Places to Visit in Andaman Island in 2021

The beautiful and stunning islands of Andaman and Nicobar soothes you with sparkling seas, sunny skies, golden beaches, and abundant natural wonders.  You’ll never run out of places to visit in the Andaman and Nicobar islands as it inherits- 

Beaches, museums, nature parks and sanctuaries, famous prisons, chic seafood restaurants, charming resorts and shopping hubs. 

The  Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a union territory of the Republic of India, a group of islands covering a total area of 8,073 sq kilometers. 

1. Port Blair

Port Blair is also an entrance to other tourist attractions in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.  The Cellular jail here is perhaps one of the most disgraceful remnants of India’s struggle for independence. 

The famous word “Kala Pani” belongs to this jail. 

The light and sound show here is a must watch for any tourist visiting the Andaman Islands. The climate during the months of November and March is optimal for tourists, as it is not too hot to explore the tourist attractions in the towns. 

Places to Visit

  • Cellular Jail
  • Wandoor & Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
  • Japanese Bunkers
  • Chatham Saw Mill
  • Corbyn’s Cove
  • Chidiya Tapu

2. Havelock Islands

Havelock islands is home to Radhanagar beach, one of the most popular beaches in India, awarded the best beach in Asia by TIME magazine in 2004. 

 It is the typical beach destination, with silky sands, clear seas, colourful corals and a green fringe of palms at the coastline.

For adventure purposes, there are several activities  like scuba diving, snorkeling, boating, fishing etc. Here, you can witness a marvelous sunset. 

Places to Visit

  • Radhanagar Beach
  • Elephant Beach
  • Kalapathar Beach
  • Vijaynagar Beach

3. Baratang Island

The place is a wonder for Jarawa tribes, caves. The boat ride is covered with a canopy of trees which are also a home to the indigenous ‘Jarawa’ tribes. 

The unique shapes and patterns of The Limestone Cave will definitely catch your attraction. 

Places to Visit

  • Limestone Caves
  • Mud Volcano
  • Parrot Island
  • Baludera Beach

4. The Great Nicobar Island

The largest of the Nicobar Islands in India, covers an area of 1,045 sq kilometers. The great Nicobar island is greatly known for its rainforest that houses a diverse wildlife, and also World biosphere reserve.

unique fauna includes Crab-eating macaque, giant robber crab, megapode, and Nicobar pigeon can be seen at Campbell Bay.

Places to Visit

  • Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve
  • Indira Point
  • Campbell Bay
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