Bestowed with Nature in abundance, Havelock Island is one of the most romantic destinations in Andaman. Secluded white sandy beaches laced with coconut and palm trees, serene climate, emerald waters make this place most preferred destination for newlyweds. Some of the most popular destinations in Havelock include the Radhanagar beach, Elephant Beach (Do not miss swimming with the elephants), Kalapathar beach, Neil’s Cove( You may spot a crocodile here if you are lucky...so avoid swimming at dusk and dawn) and more. Bask in the sun, enjoy the frothy waves, go on a romantic walk along the pristine beaches, capture the picturesque landscape in your camera, go bird watching amid the tropical forests, enjoy an adventurous streak by engaging in various water sports including scuba diving, deep sea walk, snorkeling, glass bottom boat to explore the rich algae, brightly coloured fishes and sea animals such as octopus, anemones, plankton and more.
Corbyn’s Cove is a paradise for the honeymooners. Though a popular tourist destination, the beach is fairly secluded. The white sandy beach fringed with palm and coconut trees lend a panoramic view. In day light, the water reflects green and yellow, giving the beach a spectacular view.
So, just laze around in the beach, enjoy a cozy conversation with your soul mate, take a dip in the sea or simply drench your feet in the gleaming waters. You can also enjoy jet skiing and speed boating on this beach. The beach has several benches where you can relax and get mesmerized by the spiral waves hitting the shore. If you take a walk along the beach, you’ll get a view of the bunkers built by the Japanese army.
Fondly known as the ‘Vegetable Bowl’ of Andaman, Neil Island has natural beauty in abundance. It offers a majestic view of dense forests, virgin coral reefs, beautiful biodiversity and gleaming sandy beaches with sparkling sea. Delve into the stunning beauty of the beaches of Sitapur, Laxmanpur and Bharatpur. The exceptional splendor sunset at Laxmanpur beach, experience the beauty of rising sun at the Sitapur beach, view the turtle nesting ground in Sir Hugh Island and indulge in sports adventure such as snorkeling and scuba diving to gain a one in a lifetime experience. Bharatpur offers the best coral view experience. So go scuba diving, snorkeling or take a glass bottom boat ride to get a close view of the magnificent corals, fishes and marine life.
Jolly Buoy is pure treasure to the eyes. You will see the most varied types of corals in vibrant colours and in varying ships. The sea is so clear that you can see fishes swimming in deep sea with your eyes. The glass bottom boat ride is MUST Have at Jolly Buoy, as you’ll would get to see aquatic animals such as Octopus, Sea cucumber, sea urchin, anemones and many more. Jolly Buoy is a ‘no plastic’ zone. Also, you’ll need to pack enough food and water when you visit Jolly Buoy.
Wandoor Beach is a perfect getaway for newlyweds. The nearly secluded beach offers clear sky and crystal clear water. Spend time sun bathing on the beach, enjoy the serenity and privacy or you can even visit the nearby Mahatma Gandhi Marine National park to get a glimpse of the marine world. The park offers one of the best snorkeling activities. Swimming at Wandoor is not allowed because of the Crocodile scare.
Get an insight into the lives of our patriot heroes and the atrocities they went through during the British regime. The then Kaalapani Jail is now transformed into a Museum, where in artists enact the lives of the heroes in Light and Sound show.
A fairly secluded island, Baratang marks the entry to the North and the Middle Andaman. Baratang Island offers a unique sightseeing experience. Here you’ll see the Limestone Caves with its magnificent structures, nature’s wonder the Mud Volcano and Parrot Island where swarms of parrots and parakeets fill up the sky and spend the night at the island. Also, you’ll see the mangrove forest on your route to the Baratang Island.
One of the largest islands, Diglipur is home to astounding beauty of nature. Here you can visit the twin islands-Ross and Smith Islands, separated by a sand bar, the serene Ram Nagar beach, the mystifying Alfred Caves, the Kalipur Beach and more. The Ross and Smith Islands is a pure delight to the eye and will make for some stunning camera memories. Also, you can enjoy water sports at RamNagar beach.
The highest peak of South Andaman- Mount Harriet gives a sneak peek into the neighbouring islands and lets you witness the unmatched flora and fauna. Vividly coloured butterflies, birds and the green canopy is a pure treat for the eyes.
As the name suggests, Chidiyatapu beach is the home to over 46 exotic birds and deer. A heaven for adventure lovers, here you can enjoy snorkeling and deep sea diving. You can also visit the zoo. The island is famous for its Sunset, the as the sun goes down from the mountainous skyline.
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