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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.

Things to do

Explore Port Blair - The gateway to the Andaman and Nicobar Island, Port Bair is a hotspot for a glimpse into colonial India. Green tropical forests and rugged coastline make it much more than an arrival and departure city.

Cellular Jail and light and sound show (Secrets of Cellular Jail) -A legacy of colonial punishment by solitary confinement, stories around the Cellular Jail tell of political prisoners from the Indian mainland involved in India's Independence movement. Originally a building with bricks from Burma, the prison had seven wings to hold prisoners. Three storeys tall, the prison had no dormitories but 696 individual cells. It was named 'Celular Jail' because of the solitary cells that prevented the prisoners from communicating with each other.

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Prashant jadon

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Best time to visit October to March

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. 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


  • Vir Savarkar International Airport is the regional airport situated in Port Blair. Port Blair is the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Island. There are daily direct flights for Port Blair from the golden quadrilateral of India i.e. Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.

  • There are some direct flights from Visakhapatnam but on certain days only. Flight from Chennai and Kolkata generally take 2hour while one from Delhi and Mumbai takes roughly around 5 hours.


  • Travel by ship is little cheaper than travel by air. Since Andaman and Nicobar Island lie in middle of Bay of Bengal the travelling experience is quite fascinating, the amazing view of this sea will leave you astound.

  • The Passenger ship connect Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam to Port Blair. These ships are available 3 to 4 times a month from Chennai and Kolkata, and 1 ship per month from Vishakhapatnam. The ship take 2-3 days to reach Port Blair.


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