Experiencing Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Road trip to Baratang Island
Short trek to Limestone caves
Sight seeing in Port Blair
Snorkeling at Elephant Beach
- Visits to Wandoor & Chidiya Tapu beach
- Cruise to Ross and North Bay Island
The perfect blend of sun and sea, the tropical waters of the Andaman sea had us charmed from the moment we landed here. The bumpy road trip to Baratang through equatorial rainforests was an adventure of a kind. We trekked through villages to limestone caves and mud volcanoes. The sunset at Chidiya Tapu was gorgeous. Snorkeling in the cobalt waters of Elephant beach opened up a new realm resplendent with colourful corals and fish.
About - Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Located in the Bay of Bengal, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands are an archipelago of 572 islands, islets and rocks of which only 34 are permanently inhabited. These islands boast of white sandy beaches and mangrove lined creeks and are home to numerous indigenous species of flora and fauna, underwater marine life and corals. Havelock Islands is the largest of 9 emerald islands which are part of the Ritchie's archipelago. This island is the main scuba diving and tourism centre of the Andamans. Engage in a glorious underwater experience in these sparkly tropical seas, and see colorful coral reefs and fauna like manta rays, devil rays, white-tip reef sharks, a variety of groupers, turtles, octopus and so on.
*Please note that foreign nationals will require both an Indian visa and a Restricted Area Permit to visit the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.