6 Places you don’t wanna miss on your Andaman trip, Have a look!

Andaman and Nicobar tour

Since the beginning of time, people have always wanted to be in a quiet place with the idea of a warm, tropical beach vacation. If that’s on an island in the Brazilian Amazon or beaches in Ibiza, Seclusion can transport tourists to a place of peace that only a handful of the destinations in the world offer. If it’s solitude you’re looking for, then Ibiza and the Andaman, as well as the Nicobar Islands, are where you ought to be.

Havelock Island

Havelock Island is one of the most sought-after locations in Andaman and The Nicobar Islands. Your Andaman and Nicobar tour will remain incomplete if you come to Andaman and Nicobar but have not visited Havelock Island. It is famous for its natural beauty that cannot be matched in terms of unspoiled and unexplored natural beauty as well as unspoiled forests of the earth. It’s a striking juxtaposition of lush greenery, sandy whiteness, and the blue of the ocean’s vast body.

Because of its proportionate amount of popularity with travellers and tourists, Havelock has developed luxurious hotels and resorts that pamper guests in awe-inspiring natural beauty.

Havelock is the biggest of islands and falls within important destinations that must be visited. A trip to Andamans will not be complete without visiting Elephant Beach and Radhanagar Beach of Havelock Island.

Radhanagar Beach

It is located on Havelock Island, and this beach is rated by the number 8 8 most beautiful beaches In The World and is one of the most frequented destinations in Andaman.

Set in the middle of blue water and lush tropical forests, Radhanagar Beach is ideal for nature lovers and adventurers.

It was named Asia’s Top Beach in The TIMES magazine back in 2004. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island, with its blue-green waters and white sands powdery life according to its moniker.

The vast shores of white grains span two kilometres and make it the most popular attraction in this region of the Andaman and the Nicobar Islands.

Cellular Jail The bright and dark of Kalapani

A trip through the gorgeous historical beaches of the area isn’t a bad idea. It is an area in which the history of the Indian freedom struggle and the first war of independence come alive.

It was named ‘Kalapani’ and was built by Britishers during 1906 to torture and then exile Indian rebels. It was built to hold one person in each cell to ensure isolation and that prisoners could not communicate. It is among the most significant historical sites and tourist destinations to visit in Andaman since it displays the dark era of Indian history and the lives of Indian freedom fighters.

Port Blair

The cellular prison in Port Blair is one of the most well-known instances of India’s struggle to achieve independence. The main reason behind the construction of this jail was to create a solitary prison for prisoners.

The wings were constructed so that the front of each cell was only visible to the rear of the cell that was opposite it.Many freedom fighters were imprisoned at the prison colony. These included Veer Savarkar, and Batukeshwar Dutt.

Bharatpur beach – Neil Island

With a distance of 37 kilometres from Port Blair, Bharatpur Beach is a beautiful beach located near Neil Jetty in Neil Island.

Bharatpur Beach can be described as a tranquil white tranquil beach. It is famous because of its beautiful coral reef that is stunning in Andamans. Another draw of the beach is the breathtaking lush green vegetation and the fish. It is the only location on Neil Island where water sports are practised. The beach is recommended for children due to the activities available.

You can rent glass-bottomed boats to view the corals beneath the water.

Cinque Island: dive underwater

Because of its emerald green water with visibility of up to 80 feet and the wide variety of fauna and flora, this is the best location for diving in India. It’s an hour from Port Blair, whether you take a boat or a car, I would recommend using the latter. Additionally, you require authorization through the Forest Department to visit this area that is not inhabited.

So, you can envision the significance of this place.