Places To Visit In Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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53. Raman Bageecha Beach

Raman Bageecha Beach

53 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Raman Bageecha Beach in Andaman Island is a secluded beach that isn't visited by quite a lot of people. You can take a stroll to watch the sunrise or have a picnic here. Lush greenery and many coconut trees surround the beach. The beach is easily accessible from Rangat. You can take a ferry from Port Blair, Havelock Island or Neil Island to reach Rangat, and take a walk from Rangat to Raman Bageecha Beach. Please note that the ferry services do not operate on Sundays.

54. Campbell Bay

Campbell Bay

54 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Campbell Bay is a small and tranquil village located in the Nicobar district of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This small village is famous for the Indira Point which is the southernmost tip of India. Campbell Bay is full of lush greenery and a variety of flora and fauna. Famous for the national park with the same name, Campbell Bay is a great place for wildlife lovers too. Wildlife photography enthusiasts will appreciate the raw and untouched of this secluded national park.

55. Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple

Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple

55 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple is an important pilgrimage site located in Andaman dedicated to Lord Murugan. Idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are also placed inside the temple. The edifice is inspired by the Dravidian style of architecture and looks simply amazing and spellbinding. Darshans are held in the morning and evening. As the temple is located close to the Cellular Jail, it can easily be accessed by hiring a private taxi. Buses are available from Port Blair as well to the temple.

56. Lamiya Bay Beach

Lamiya Bay Beach

56 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Lamina Bay Beach is one of the cleanest and quietest beaches located in Diglipur in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This beach is lovely and is situated on the foothills of Saddle Peak, which is the highest point on this island. The beach is surrounded by beautiful rock structures that make the beach look enchanting and charming. The sunsets are particularly breathtaking. The popular activities here are lounging on the beach, swimming and having small picnics.

57. Galathea National Park

Galathea National Park

57 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

The Galathea National Park is located in the Great Nicobar Island of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This national park is home to many wildlife species which are endemic to the region owing to it being away from the Indian mainland. The park is a part of the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve and was declared a national park in 1992. Apart from being a nature lover’s paradise, this park offers a wide range of activities like scuba diving, boating, snorkelling, sea walking and art exhibitions for adventure and art aficionados. It is also famous for bird watching and nature walks.

58. Baludera Beach

Baludera Beach

58 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located 9 Km from the Nilambar Jetty, Baludera Beach is a less visited beach on the eastern end of Batarang Island. The serenity of the beach attracts those who shy away from large crowds and wish to laze silently at the beach. The waters are particularly clear on bright sunny days and offer a good swimming experience. One can find huts and small treetops to laze at.

59. Merk Bay Beach

Merk Bay Beach

59 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Merk Bay beach is located in the North Passage Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, close to Strait Island and Long Island. Like many other beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the is a beach which is less crowded and offers a pleasant and relaxing beachside experience. Boat safaris to and from the beach are a popular activity including marine life spotting such as dolphins. The waters are generally clean and clear for most of the year, and some light swimming and snorkelling close the shore can be done.

60. Forest Museum

Forest Museum

60 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located near the outskirts of Port Blair, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, this one-of-a-kind museum showcases the forestry industry and the timber wealth of the islands. The museum is located within the Chatam Saw Mill complex and is around 10 km away from central Port Blair. The exhibits here include various artefacts and sculptures made from the wood from the islands. Various endemic and rare plant species found in the islands are also on showcase here.

61. Rose Island

Rose Island
Must visit

46 km
from city center
61 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Also known as the Little Neil Island, Rose Island is one of the most gorgeous and uninhabited islands of the Andaman Islands. Located at a distance of 40 kms from Port Blair, Rose Island belongs to the South Andaman administrative district. It also has a lighthouse installed at the top of a hillock which attracts tourist attention.

62. Narcondam Island

Narcondam Island

257 km
from city center
62 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located on the western side of the Indian Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Narcondam Island is a very tiny volcanic island which is still inhabited and is lately turning out to be a top tourist destination. Sprawling over a small 6.8 square kilometres, the island’s highest point is 710 m and it is formed of very igneous rock- andesite. It is mostly known for its dormant volcano that exists on the land.

63. Twin Islands

Twin Islands

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places to visit in Andaman

Located at a distance of 20 km from Diglipur and 35 km from Port Blair in the Andaman and Nicobar group of islands, Twin Islands are a gorgeous pair of islands that belong to the South Andaman administrative district. The twin islands of Ross and Smith are joined together by a narrow sand bar, making them a single entity. Boasting of crystal clear emerald green waters, and an ethereal virgin beach, the islands are nothing but sheer gorgeousness. With immense natural beauty, the island is bordered by tropical forests which are considered ideal for hiking and other trekking trail activities.

64. South Andaman Island

South Andaman Island

10 km
from city center
64 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Known to be the southernmost island of the Andaman group of Islands, South Andaman Island is also the most populated and most commercially viable island in the cluster. Known to be the third largest island in the cluster, South Andaman Island is situated between Middle Island and Baratang from which it is separated by a narrow strip of land. Among the most popular places are Port Blair, Chidiya Tapu, Corbyn’s Cove, Wandoor etc. Boasting of small villages and coconut fields, you can also try your hand at adventure activities here that include scuba diving, snorkelling and parasailing etc.

65. Aves Island

Aves Island

134 km
from city center
65 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located in the North and South Andaman districts of Andaman Islands, Aves Island is a small village island which has a population of 1 family both of which are males. The highlight of the village is the lighthouse that was established in 2008. Boasting of tall coconut trees and utter peace and quietude, the island is a delight to visit, especially for wanders and solitude seekers You can also try adventure activities like snorkelling, diving etc.

66. Ritchie’s Archipelago

Ritchie’s Archipelago

66 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located 20 km east of the Great Andaman, Ritchie’s Archipelago is a cluster of tiny islands that is a hidden gem of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Bordered by the Andaman Sea, the archipelago is situated in the Bay of Bengal and it comprises of a total of 4 larger islands, 3 medium islands, and 10 smaller islands and islets. Two of the popular and inhabitat islands amongst the cluster include Havelock Island and Neil Island.

67. Indira Point

Indira Point

566 km
from city center
67 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located on the Great Nicobar Islands, Indira Point is the southernmost point of the Nicobar Islands and also of the Indian subcontinent. The destination is mostly known for its magnificent lighthouses that are painted with red and white stripes. These lighthouses are the major attraction of Indira Point that attracts a large tourist influx. Other than tourism, these lighthouses help in direction navigation for the ships and vessels coming to and fro from Malaysia and Malacca. Besides enjoying a gorgeous expanse of the Arabian Sea in the vicinity, you can also admire the beautiful sunrise and sunset views.

68. Marina Park

Marina Park

68 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Overlooking the seashore in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Marina Park in Port Blair is ideal for engaging in water sports and watching the beautiful sunset and scenic views. Adjacent to the Marina Park is the Children's Traffic Park, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex and the Marine Aquarium.

69. Panchavati Waterfall

Panchavati Waterfall

69 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Perched on the Panchavati hill surrounded by enormous rocks lies the Panchavati Waterfalls. Situated on the outskirts of Rangat in Andaman, the waterfall is a go-to place for swimmers and photographers. Offering scenic views, the hills are also home to fishing and agriculture. It's advised not to visit the site during rainfall as it can get a bit slippery to hike uphill. The residents of Panchavati have a culture very similar to the southern states of India.

70. Aberdeen Bazaar

Aberdeen Bazaar

12 km
from city center
70 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Located in Port Blair, Aberdeen Bazaar is a street market and the capital city’s main shopping complex lined with shops selling various household items, handmade goods and souvenirs. It represents the local culture well and is an excellent place to find vibrant fabrics, unique pearl jewellery, bamboo artefacts, tribal masks and more. The items are pretty cheap, and shoppers won’t see the need to bargain much!

71. Ross and Smith Islands

Ross and Smith Islands

180 km
from city center
71 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Connected by a thin strip of crescent-shaped sand bar visible only during a low tide, the twin islands of Ross and Smith are well known for their peaceful environment and spectacular views. The gem green-coloured waters are clear, and the sand bar divides it into two, one section ideal for swimming and the other for watersports.

72. Govind Nagar Beach

Govind Nagar Beach

47 km
from city center
72 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Situated on Havelock Island on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the tranquil Govind Nagar Beach is famous for its silvery beach, turquoise blue water and flora and fauna. Visitors can enjoy a day of water sports like scuba diving or snorkelling, reading on a hammock, walking, catching the sunset or just relaxing with the breathtaking view in front.

73. Mud Volcanoes

Mud Volcanoes

111 km
from city center
73 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

The only mud volcanoes found in India are on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, of which nine are on the Baratang Island. A fascinating destination for science enthusiasts, the mud volcanoes offer visitors the possibility of exploring tiny craters full of bubbling mud created due to the natural gases let out by underground decaying organic matter.

74. Jogger's Park Andaman

Jogger's Park Andaman

13 km
from city center
74 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Jogger’s Park in Port Blair is located near Veer Savarkar International Airport on high ground and is one of the city’s underrated attractions. Overlooking the hills, the park’s manicured gardens serve as the perfect spot for going on walks and jogs in the morning. In the evenings, the park is ideal for sitting on the benches and taking in the gorgeous sunset, city lights and the view of the airport’s lit-up runway.

75. Seakart in Andaman

Seakart in Andaman

75 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

A speciality of Port Blair, Seakart riding allows people to drive away from the Corbyn Cove Beach's shoreline to explore the waters and experience the refreshing feel of water splashing on their faces. Riders can not only catch glimpses of the retreating shoreline and the horizon but can also capture their experiences through the complementary DSLR services. Self-drivers must be 18 years old and above.

76. Trekking in Andaman

Trekking in Andaman

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places to visit in Andaman

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, with their natural abundance, is the ideal place for trekkers to be in; the beaches, mountains and forests provide ample opportunities to go trekking. There are several trails to follow, flora and fauna to discover, sunset to watch and gorgeous views to capture on all trekking expeditions on the islands. Some of the most popular destinations include Mount Harriet, Chidiya Tapu, Limestone Caves and Saddle Peak etc.

77. Boat Trips Andaman

Boat Trips Andaman

77 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have their fair share of water bodies, providing ample opportunities to go boating during the day and nighttime. Corbyn's Cove Beach, Elephant Beach, Ross Island etc., are perfect for boat trips wherein passengers get to admire the blue waters, mangroves and forests, wildlife, marine life and more. People can opt for ferries, speed boats, banana boats etc.

78. Sea Walking in Andaman

Sea Walking in Andaman

78 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

An absolute joy for adventure lovers who wish to avoid diving and swimming constantly, sea walking is an excellent way to experience marine life in peace. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands offer multiple opportunities to go down to the sea bed, walk around and discover the unique geographical elements, coral reefs, fish and other aquatic life. Instructors prepare people with a short tutorial and accompany them throughout the sea walk’s duration. Havelock Island, Ross Island and North Bay are ideal for sea walking.

79. Night Kayaking in Andaman

Night Kayaking in Andaman

79 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands’ mesmerising natural beauty, featuring lagoons, mangroves, beaches, flora and fauna, makes for a unique night kayaking experience. Havelock and Port Blair are famous for their night kayaking or bioluminescence tours through mangroves, small islets, lagoons and more. Under the guidance of expert instructors, people get a chance to experience nature a little differently; see its slightly eerie side.

80. Glass Bottom Dolphin Boat

Glass Bottom Dolphin Boat

80 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

A one-of-a-kind boat experience, a ride atop the Glass Bottom Dolphin Boat on North Bay Island is an excellent way to discover the island’s diverse marine life and coral reefs without actually having to go underwater. The boat glides over the water and its bottom, made entirely out of glass, acts as a window into the underwater world, allowing passengers to be mesmerised by the rich aquatic life.

81. Mangrove Kayaking

Mangrove Kayaking

81 out of 81
places to visit in Andaman

Known for their breathtaking beauty, immense greenery, and numerous water bodies, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an ideal destination for mangrove kayaking. Tour packages available for mornings and nights, mangrove kayaking provides an excellent opportunity to discover various flora and fauna accompanied by a trained instructor. Port Blair, Havelock, Ross Island and Baratang are some of the most popular locations for the activity.

FAQs on Andaman

Can you suggest an itinerary for Andaman nicobar islands?

The pristine island is perfect for an amazing beach vacation.

Day 1: Arrive at Port Blair and take a regular city tour. Visit the Chatham Saw mill, which is the oldest and largest mill in Asia. Take a stroll through Forest Museum, Fisheries Museum and Cottage Industries Emporium called Sagarika. Visit the famous Cellular Jail which was also called Kaala Paani in its heyday, as it convicted Indian prisoners during British Raj. Attend the light and sound show held in the evenings in the prison.

Day 2: Take a ferry to Havelock Islands as early in the morning as possible. The two and a half hours ride will give you numerous chances to stop and gawk at the emerald green waters. Spend some time on Radhanagar beach which is believed to be the best beach of Asia. Trek to the Elephanta Beach and have a peaceful dinner at Dolphin Resort next to the coastline.

Day 3: Go for scuba diving or snorkelling or spend the day in idyllic bliss, at any Radhanagar beach or Elephanta beach or choose from the other numerous beautiful beaches present.

Day 4: Head back to Port Blair and take a ferry to Ross Islands, which is a half day trip from Port Blair. It is an abandoned settlement and gives you a feel more or less like discovering a long lost city.

How can I commute within Andaman nicobar islands?

There are auto-rickshaws and taxis available in Port Blair and on Havelock Island and are the best means to move around.  You can hire a car with a driver which roughly costs around INR 550 per 35 km. You can also hire motorbikes from Port Blair which cost approximately INR 300 to INR 400 per day. Buses also run south from Port Blair to Wandoor, and north to Baratang, Rangat, Mayabunder and to Diglipur.

The islands are also connected by ferries. Regular ferries to important tourist places like Havelock Island and Neil Island are available from Rangat, Mayabunder and Diglipur and other places as well.
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How much does a package cost for Andaman nicobar islands?

The packages for Andaman nicobar islands start at INR 8850 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the top restaurants in Andaman nicobar islands?

The best places to eat in Andaman and Nicobar islands are Chand Restaurant, Blue Sea, Fat Martin's, Why Like This?, Gagan Restaurant, Bayview. You can see all the places to eat in Andaman and Nicobar islands here

What are the top sightseeing places in Andaman nicobar islands?

The top sightseeing places in Andaman nicobar islands are Scuba Diving In Andaman, Havelock Island, Radhanagar Beach, Cellular Jail, Snorkeling in Andamans, Ross Island.

What are the top activities in Andaman nicobar islands?

The top activities in Andaman nicobar islands are Private Candlelight Dinner in Havelock Island, 4D3N Havelock Island Adventure in Andaman Islands, Port Blair Private Half Day Sightseeing Tour, Glass Boat Ride and Dolphin Watching Experience in Andaman, Sea Walking Experience in North Bay Island, Scuba Diving Experience in Havelock Island.
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