1. Havelock Island
The island of Havelock is one of the main destinations of the islands of Andaman and Nicobar. It is renowned for the pristine beauty of its unmatched natural beauty and virgin forests of the earth. It contrasts strikingly green, sandy white, and blue with an immense oceanic body. Havelock has developed luxurious tourist centers and hotels to spoil guests living in the lap of intense natural beauty due to its more than fair share of popularity among tourists and travelers. Havelock is the largest and most important island and is destined for visitors.
Without a visit to Elephant Beach and Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island, a tour to Andamans would definitely not be complete. The beauty of the Radhanagar beach blends into the primeval jungles with its perfect setting. The background is full of a thousand jungle animals and birds, and the lonely beach has “Beware of Crocodiles” on the spot. Those factors make Radhanagar Beach not only the Andamans but also the world’s most popular destination.
Snorkeling and diving in Havelock can turn into a life-long experience under the aegis of expert trainers. Look at the myriad of sea creatures, some still and others moving, others sparkling and some hiding, some iridescent, some camouflaged, and some in groups of thousands. As you swim with the sea animals, every lap ahead gives you a new wonder face to face.
2. Neil island
Neil Island, with its white sandy beaches and lush green forests, is another picturesque natural paradise. Neil Island can be easily reached by regular ferry services of different categories from Port Blair or Havelock. Neil Island offers its own special attraction with some very popular beaches, crystalline waters and millions of exquisite corals and wildlife. In the late 1960s, the island of Neil came to live. In addition to snorkeling and diving, Neil Island offers its guests glass-bottom boat excursions to waters that are not sufficiently adventurous but still want to get inside the visually ecstatic world of corals and fish.
Relaxing at Neil Island Beaches watching magnificent ocean-side sunsets and sunrises is a joy. Neil is an important member of the Andaman and Nicobar tour packages archipelago and is located in the Archipelago of Ritchie.
3. Ross Island
The rich heritage of the British legacy from the time of India’s British rule has cares for the island of Ross. It was named after the British Marine Surveyor, Sir Daniel Ross. You are easily transported to the world of the pre-independence era of India as you pass through the historical and architectural ruins. If you’re in the islands of Andaman and Nicobar, Ross is definitely a must visit. You are extremely attractive to stay on Ross Island as you walk in Church, Hospital, Bakery, Press, Swimming Pool, Troop Barracks, Ballroom, House of the Chief Commissioner and Government House.
Rest under the shadows of Palm-lined beaches and look for deer, peacock and ducks all around you. Wave waves crash on shores. Ross Island is only 2 kilometers from Blair Port and can easily be reached in 15 minutes by boat. It is an issue that has been covered in Port Blair during your stay.
4. North Bay Island
Summer and sand in the North Bay Island are intense. The North Bay corals are exquisite and extend extensively across a long stretch of coastline. Take a dive to catch a glimpse of the clowns, the clowns, the stoned fish behind the coral. For all the divers, especially first timers, the experience is a fair mix of thrill and fun.
Sunbathe or explore the island are both equally exciting choices. In North Bay Island you can also find the option of being in a half submarine that takes you down to the ocean bed even without touching water, and you will feel virtual as you are in the water as you get amazed by the variety of marine creatures. Besides snorkeling, diving, walking, glass boat ride and various water sports offered in most other tourist friendly Islands too. The variety is endless and sufficient to keep you open and willing to see something beautiful and wild and inside of the sea belly.
North Bay Island’s natural beauty is beyond parallel. In the 20 rupees note of Indian currency the light house that peaks out of the greenery has found its place. This is indeed a special destination with an attractive charm. The Phoenix Jetty in Port Blair allows easy access by boat. The journey to North Bay Island takes only 15-20 minutes.
5. Baratang Island
This exotic island is well-known for its exquisite secluded beaches, mangrove streams, fog volcanoes and calcareous groves – all unique and worth a visit. The mud volcanoes and the calcareous cave experience are so mysterious that they desert a look for the adventurous and brave. Guides and permission from the Andaman Forest Department for the exploration of the calcareous cave are provided.
Nilambur Jetty on Baratang Island has boats for about one-and-a-half hours to the Nayadera Jetty, and then the caves one and a half kilometers through the tropical forests. You have to pass through Andaman tribal habitations in order to reach the hidden natural jewels of Baratang Island. And Baratang is even more adventurous and exciting due to its probability or the notorious stories of the tribes that attack civilized intruders or guests.