Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Far removed from the chaos of the mainland, the Andaman Islands are India’s best-kept secret. Some of India’s finest exotic islands are here, a short flight away from the subcontinent. Expect serene beaches with spectacular underwater corals, wildlife, adventure water sports and more. Begin your idyllic getaway at Corbyn’s Cove in Port Blair, with picture-postcard-worthy vistas of coconut-tree lined shores. From Japanese bunkers built during World War II to the famed ‘kala pani’ cellular jail, some of the subcontinent’s more gruesome history is on this island as well. Spend your days island-hopping from Rangat and Mayabunder to Neil. From snorkeling among the fish to mud volcanoes and treks through forests, there’s much more to the Andaman Islands than you ever knew. Radhanagar beach here has actually been named one of the world’s top 100 beautiful beaches by the TIME Magazine. Head over to North Bay and Ross Island for those fascinating corals before you make your way to Havelock. Spectacular beaches in seclusion with underwater walks and snorkeling thrown in make every day spent here more memorable than the other. Look out for everything from jet skis to limestone caves and mud volcanoes while you un[travel] these paradise islands.

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Awesome Andaman

Renowned for some of Asia’s most pristine beaches, the Andaman Islands are India’s corner of unexplored paradise. Secluded beaches, with nothing more than the waves and coconuts for company make a visit here quite like nowhere else on the planet. Forget about concrete buildings and club music, sit back and listen to the sound of the earth turning. Begin at Port Blair’s Corbyn Cove Beach with its tree-lined beaches and jet skis before you head over to Andaman’s finest, Havelock Island. Fascinating marine life coupled with easy days on a hammock by the beach make this a holiday with a difference, one you’re bound to do again soon.

5 Days | INR 25000 per person

Blissful Andaman

un[travel] the subcontinent’s serene Andaman Islands for idyllic white-sand beaches, untouched coral reefs, adventure water sports and more. Picture-postcard views on Corbyn’s Cove in Port Blair make the perfect beginning to your tranquil getaway. Visit the ‘kala pani’ jail, formerly a colonial prison, as well as Japanese bunkers used in World War II. Head over to North Bay and Ross Island for those fascinating corals before you make your way to Havelock. Spectacular beaches in seclusion with underwater walks and snorkeling thrown in make every day spent here more memorable than the other. Look out for everything from jet skis to limestone caves and mud volcanoes in your week in these paradise islands.

8 Days | INR 39000 per person

Amazing Andaman

Far removed from the chaos of the mainland, the Andaman Islands are India’s best-kept secret. A short flight away from the subcontinent, expect serene beaches with spectacular underwater corals, wildlife, adventure water sports and more on these tropical islands. Begin your idyllic getaway at Corbyn’s Cove in Port Blair, with picture-postcard-worthy vistas of coconut-tree lined shores. From Japanese bunkers built during World War II to the famed ‘kala pani’ cellular jail, some of the subcontinent’s more gruesome history is on this island as well. Spend your days island-hopping from Rangat and Mayabunder to Neil. From snorkeling among the fish to mud volcanoes and treks through forests, there’s much more to the Andaman Islands than you ever knew.

9 Days | INR 25000 per person

Romantic Getaway In Andaman

Far removed from the chaos of the mainland, the Andaman Islands are India's best-kept secret. A short flight away from the subcontinent, expect serene beaches with spectacular underwater corals, wildlife, adventure water sports and more on these tropical islands. Begin your idyllic getaway at Corbyn's Cove in Port Blair, with picture-postcard-worthy vistas of coconut-tree lined shores.

4 Days | INR 25000 per person

The Quintessential - Havelock, Neil & Ross

Home to some of pristine islets, the shimmering blue waters and smooth sands of Andaman and Nicobar Islands beckon you to explore this beauty further. The picturesque undulating islands are covered with dense rain-fed, damp and evergreen forests and endless varieties of exotic flora and fauna. The laid-back pace of the islands allows time to relax completely, wander the secluded beaches and snorkel.

6 Days | INR 20000 per person

Weeklong In Baratang, Havelock And Neil

un[travel] the subcontinent's serene Andaman Islandsfor idyllic white-sand beaches, untouched coral reefs, adventure water sports and more. Picture-postcard views on Corbyn's Cove in Port Blair make the perfect beginning to your tranquil getaway. Visit the 'kalapani' jail, formerly a colonial prison, as well as Japanese bunkers used in World War II.

7 Days | INR 30000 per person

Best time to Visit

The best time to visit the Andaman Islands is from mid-October to the end of March.

Season ideally begins at the end of September when the rains recede and generally dry weather continues on to May. Tourists flock the island from November through February with clear skies and bearable heat.

Water activities remain open all through the year except in rare cases of cyclones and storms. You can customise domestic holiday packages to Andaman Islands. The Sea Walk is suspended from mid-May until September. Elephant Beach in the Havelock Island and some others remain inaccessible by boat during the monsoons.

How to reach

Almost 1400 kilometre away from mainland India, the best option to get in is on a flight from any major city, including Kolkata, Chennai and Kochi, to the airport in Port Blair.

Five ships operate between the mainland and the islands, connected to Kolkata, Chennai and Vizag ports. Your journey could take a couple of days, but the beauty of the seas remains unparalleled. The islands are interconnected through ferry services. Bigger islands have well laid out roads with good, if not great, public transport as well. Buses ply at regular intervals to all major towns.

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