Amazing Andaman – Best Hotels and Attractions

Jet-setting couples favor Andaman and Nicobar Islands for the near-deserted beaches, unbelievable corals and marine life, and a fascinating colonial past. Newlywed couples can enjoy the whole thing from scuba diving and snorkeling to spending quality time soaking in spectacular sights of deep forests and glorious hills. And moreover, the resorts at Andaman are well-known for one standard of luxury—extravagant.

Andaman Islands are at all times warm, with pleasurable sea-breeze. The rainy season take place twice a year due to the influence of Southwest monsoon in mid-May to September, and Northeast monsoon in November to January. There is medium to heavy rain during the monsoon, in the months from May to mid-September and November to mid-December. There is no extreme climate except rains and tropical storms in late summer. The weather is calm only from January to April and to some extend in October. It is quite hot in the months of March to May in the Andaman’s.



Best Time to Visit Andaman & Nicobar Island

The best time of the year to visit the Andaman & Nicobar Islands is between October and May. It is also the time for the annual tourism festival. The waters are clear and relatively placid after the monsoons making them perfect for snorkelers and swimmers.

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Best Luxury Hotels
in Andaman

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Best Standard Hotels
in Andaman

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Best Budget Hotels
in Andaman


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Place to visit in Andaman

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  • Bharatpur Beach
  • Cellular Jail (Kaala Paani)
  • Limestone Caves
  • Marina Park and Aquarium
  • Radhanagar Beach
  • Viper Island
  • The Great Nicobar Island
  • Havelock Island
  • Mangrove Creek
  • North Bay Beach
  • Fishery Museum

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  • Mt. Harriet
  • Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex
  • Red Skin Island
  • Inglis Island
  • Gandhi Park
  • Ferar Beach
  • Phoenix Bay Jetty
  • Science Centre
  • Neil Island Jetty
  • Sippighat Farm
  • ZSI Museum

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  • Dhani Nala Beach
  • Cinque Island
  • Diglipur beach
  • Mini-Zoo
  • Parrot Island
  • Amkunj Beach
  • Karmatang Beach
  • Forest Museum
  • Indira Point
  • Barren Island Volcano


Water Sports in Andaman

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  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Skiing
  • Diving

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  • Fishing
  • Underwater Sea Walk
  • Jet Ski


Andaman, being an island, can be reached in only two ways – By air or by sea.

Reaching Andaman by SEA

Main Sea Port at Andaman:  Haddo Wharf port, Port Blair

Ships available from: Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkata, Visakhapatnam and back.

Reaching Andaman By Air

Andaman’s only airport is the Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair (capital of Andaman and Nicobar). Flights are available from all the major metro cities of the India.

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