Andaman & Nicobar Islands are one of the leading union territories of India and are the breathtaking archipelago of Bay of Bengal. There is no lack of places to visit in Andaman like beaches which are blessed with beautiful marine life and coral reefs. The landscape here is truly breathtaking to offer an ideal beach holiday for a perfect getaway from the hustles and bustles of daily life. It is a heaven for both adrenaline junkies and nature lovers. 

Getting There 

By Air 

There are daily and weekly flights to Andaman on time. Port Blair is the primary and closest air terminal in the Andaman Islands. You can choose Jet Airways or Indian Airlines flights. 

By Water 

There are three ports to sail to Andaman if you are planning to travel through sea – Chennai, Kolkata, and Vizag. These ports also have different durations and timings. If you are heading there from another place, you can choose Kolkata, Visakhapatnam, and Chennai.  Here are the five ships operate to and from mainland India to the island – 

  • M.V. Nancowry 
  • M.V. Nicobar 
  • M.V. Harshavardhana 
  • M.V. Swaraj Dweep 
  • M.V. Akbar 

Getting Around 

Minivans/Private Jeeps 

For airport pickup and drop and for one-day sightseeing a cab usually costs up to Rs. 500 to Rs. 800 and around Rs. 1500 respectively, to cover various points. You can easily rent bikes and scooters from Port Blair for up to Rs. 500 per day. But tourists are prohibited from driving their vehicles, especially in North and Middle Andaman as there are some restrictions in tribal areas. 


All roads and ferries lead to Port Blair, South, Middle and North Andaman have proper road connectivity with ferry crossings and bridges. You can hop on a bus from Port Blair to Baratang, Diglipur, Rangat, Mayabunder, and Wandoor. 


You need to travel by boat for most trips to the islands. You can have a pleasant trip to the backwaters to visit some unexplored beaches and also avoid haggling around public transports. You can avoid long queues by booking in advance. All islands are not open to tourists. Be sure to check at Tourist Information Center before planning the trip. 

What to Carry?

  • Carry light cardigan for winters or light cotton clothes for summer 
  • Umbrella, dark sunglasses, trekking shoes, and raincoat should be kept handy for Madhuban trekking 
  • Plenty of sunscreens 
  • Essential medications like glucose supplements to avoid dehydration and anti-allergic medicines 
  • Snorkelling and scuba diving kits are provided for hire. So, you need to carry your beachwear. 
Andaman Tour Guide
Andaman Tour Guide

Important Info 

Mobile Networks 

Only BSNL, Airtel and Vodafone are active in the Andaman Islands, and Vodafone is strongest in these regions. Jio doesn’t work over there. If you are using Jio only, it is better to add another SIM to your mobile device. There is no mobile network in places like Elephant Beach, Havelock, Radhanagar Beach, and Jolly Buoy at Port Blair, no matter which SIM do you use. 

Medical Facilities 

The healthcare facilities are free and efficient across the islands. The emergency aids are available through speed boats. Some of the healthcare facilities are medications from the pharmacy, doctor’s help, operation, nursing, and hospitalisation. 


Andaman & Nicobar Islands have no lack of ATM facilities. But you should still keep the cash handy. The ATMs are sometimes not reliable due to network disturbance. 

What and Where to Eat?

Andaman is also a foodie’s paradise with a vast range of delicious cuisines like seafood. There is a range of seafront food joints in the islands offering different delicacies available at your service. If you are a vegetarian, you don’t have to worry. Love Garden, Pink Fly, and Waves are some of the best places to chill out by the seashore with live music. 

  • Seafood – Seafood is a speciality of Andaman like any other coastal region. Don’t miss the whole lobster in Port Blair at New Lighthouse Restaurant or Red Snapper’s seafood platter. For the morning’s catch, you can try some fresh fried fish on any island. 
  • Other places – Be sure to try some tasty samosas by reaching Havelock. For some delicious and affordable meals, you can taste some Indian thalis at the best prices at several small restaurants. If you don’t like or allergic to seafood, you can also try Thai, Italian, and Continental dishes at some local joints. 

When to Visit?

From October to May – In this region, winters are not that cold, and the weather remains almost the same. October to May is the best time for water sports. 

January – If you want to explore the local tradition and culture of the Andaman, be sure to visit in January. It can keep you engaged with lots of festivals and fairs. It also hosts a 14-day long Island Tourism Festival to showcase different traditions that tribes follow here. To commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, it also hosts the annual Subhash Mela. It captures the rural life of locals and the diversity of culture. 

May to October – Despite having heavy rains during the whole monsoon, the Andaman Islands never stop showing a unique beauty to the tourists. 

Average Temperatures 

  • April to June (Summer) – 24°c – 37°c
  • May to September (Monsoon) – 22°c – 35°c
  • December to February (Winter) – 20°c – 30°c

Languages Spoken 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are known for their rich cultural diversity and topography. Hence, several tribes are located here and a vast population. The total population recorded in the 2011 Census was 380,581 in the Andaman Islands. Hindi and English are the official languages spoken in the Andaman Islands. But the most spoken language is Bengali. Most people also speak Tamil, Telugu, Nicobarese, and Malayalam. 

If you are a non-swimmer, you might be wondering whether you should read this post. Of course, you should. Most people are used to feel that you should know swimming for water sports or you will end up watching others splashing into the water. But it is not valid, especially when it comes to Andaman travel. 

You can have as much fun as a pro swimmer in the waters to your heart content. Even though you can’t swim, there is no lack of water sports in the Andaman Islands, which would need you to plunge into the sea with a life jacket. Even if you don’t have mastery in swimming, there will be lifeguards to brief you and come to the rescue whenever you need it. Here are some of the best water adventures you should try –

Ride the Banana Boat 

The banana boat ride is one of the most exciting adventure and water sports in the Andaman Islands. These boats have a seating capacity of 6 people at a time and, as the name suggests, are shaped like a banana. These boats are also tied with a speed boat for speeding. They are completely safe as you will always have a guide and life jackets on the trip. So don’t worry and jump on a banana boat to rule the sea.  

Location – Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex and Havelock Island 

Charges – Rs. 250 for each

Banana Boat
Banana Boat


If it’s your first time to do snorkeling, do it, or you will never know what you have missed. Witness the vivid coral reefs shimmering through your goggles in Havelock Island. View the rarest corals and untouched marine life while enjoying this water sport at Northern Bay Island. We bet you won’t regret your decision. 

Location – North Bay Island, Elephant Beach, and Jolly Buoy Island

Charges – Rs. 600 per head


Scuba Diving 

Andaman Islands have a lot of scuba diving centers where you can get a PADI certificate, and you don’t have to learn swimming. However, you need to have proper swimming skills for more robust levels in open waters. But for PADI, you can freely explore the water life and colorful corals awaiting you. After all, it is among the best water sports in Andaman. 

Ideal Location – Northbay Island, Havelock Island and Neil Island

Charges – Rs. 3500 to Rs. 6500 per head

Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving

Sea Walking 

Sea walking is yet another great adventure and water sport in Andaman. You don’t have to handle any bulky gear, no experience needed, and you can walk on your feet under the clean and silky-smooth sand of the seafloor with a helmet offering a closer view to the marine life. It is one of the most exciting water sports in the Andaman Islands. It is entirely safe as instructors are available regularly. You can also keep your contact lenses or glasses on, and your hairstyle won’t mess up as well. 

Location – Northbay Island and Elephanta Beach

Charge – Rs. 3500 per person


Another exciting and incredible water sport in Andaman Island for non-swimmers is parasailing. This water sport is an excellent blend of airborne and water adventure. You will be tied behind a speedboat while being harnessed in a parachute at the same time. You will fly like a kite attached to a boat. It is a thrilling activity, and you will also dip into the water. 

Location – Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Northbay Island, Carbyn’s Cove Beach, and Havelock Island

Price – Rs. 3000 per head


Speed Boating 

If you want to feel the thrill but still need to feel secure in the waters without getting in, speed boating is one of the best options. Watch the speed boat splashing through the waters at a rapid pace under safety. It is one of the best water sports in Andaman that you shouldn’t miss. 

Location – Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Carbyn’s Cove Beach and Elephanta Beach 

Charge – Rs. 750 per head

Speed Boating
Speed Boating

Jet Skiing 

Jet Skiing also stands out as one of the best adventure sports in Andaman. You can enjoy the game at its best only when the weather is favorable. During the storm or torrential downpour, jet skiing is closed. Be sure to check the weather before going for this water sport. 

Location – Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Carbyn’s Cove Beach and Havelock Island

Charge – Rs. 600 per person

Jet Skiing 
Jet Skiing

Glass Bottom Boating 

As the name suggests, there are small boats with glass bottoms where you can have a glimpse of marine life as it sails across the sea. You can enjoy the ride of glass-bottom boats between North Bay Coral Island and Water Sports Complex or Jolly Buoy Island and Port Blair. It is a great and one of the best sea adventures you can enjoy in Andaman. 

Location – North Bay Island, Jolly Bouy Island, Elephanta Beach, and Neil Island

Cost – Rs. 1000 per head

Hop on the Seaplane 

Andaman is the first place in India to bring commercial seaplanes. You can’t miss an exciting ride in one of these seaplanes. It is one of the fantastic adventure sports in Andaman. These seaplanes are capable of carrying up to 9 passengers at once and ply between Havelock Island and Port Blair. It takes around 15 minutes to complete the ride, while ferries take 2 hours. 

Location – Port Blair 

Charge – Rs. 2500 per head

Hop on the Seaplane 
Hop on the Seaplane

Angling/Sport Fishing 

You don’t have to get drenched in all water sports. Sports game fishing is one of them. It is one of the most anticipated water sports here. Choose one of the beautiful yachts to head to a fishing trip. These trips mostly start after lunch in the late afternoon. You can also cook and taste your rewards caught by you on the trip. 

Location –  Havelock Island, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Charge – Rs. 15,000

Sport Fishing
Sport Fishing

Glass Bottom Boating 

As the name suggests, there are small boats with glass bottoms where you can have a glimpse of marine life as it sails across the sea. You can enjoy the ride of glass-bottom boats between North Bay Coral Island and Water Sports Complex or Jolly Buoy Island and Port Blair. It is a great and one of the best sea adventures you can enjoy in Andaman. 

Location – Dairy Farm Road, Port Blair 

Cost – Rs. 2250 per head

Coral Safari Semi Submarine

With a capacity of 130 people, this fantastic glass boat ride is a great water sport in Andaman Water Sports Complex. Sit inside a semi-submarine dome and explore the underwater life. The boat ride takes you to North Bay Island and returns to Andaman Water Sports Complex. It is one of the must-have activities for both elders and kids who are hesitant to try extreme adventure sports.

Location – Andaman Water Sports Complex

Pricing – Rs. 1850 


Kayaking is considered to be one of the best water activities to enjoy in Andaman. The destination is covered by seawater and streams, and you can explore this place at its best by sailing through the dense forests and calm islands by paddling a kayak. You can also visit the natural rock formations. It is considered to be one of the best water sports in October for beach bums and water babies. 

Location – Havelock Island

Pricing – Rs. 2500 per head


Mangrove Kayaking at Mayabunder

A lot of kayak tours have been offered in Andaman, and it indeed provides an excellent experience for those trying it for the first time. Sea Kayaking in the mangroves of Mayabunder is yet another incredible experience in Andaman. You can witness the vast and dense jungles sitting on a kayak and explore the serene views on the way. 

Location – Mayabunder

Pricing – Rs. 3500 per head

Andaman Dolphin Ride

This glass boat ride is completely different from the traditional glass boat ride offered in Andaman. It provides a clear insight into the underwater corals, and it is even better and faster than other trips. If you are afraid of getting inside the waters, you can easily indulge in this activity. Keep in mind that this activity is not available on Wednesday. 

Location – Andaman Water Sports Complex, Port Blair

Pricing – Rs. 1850

Dolphin Ride
Dolphin Ride


There is nothing better experience than diving or snorkeling with Superstar Rajan in Andaman & Nicobar Islands that one can enjoy. Rajan is a 63 years old elephant, which is friendly for tourists and locals alike. You can book snorkeling or diving with Rajan in advance. You can also swim across naturally patterned and colorful fishes, colorful corals, and seabed gardens in calm waters. The clusters of these islands are ideal for diving.

Location – Andaman Water Sports Complex, Port Blair

Bottom Line 

We hope you enjoyed the article and are feeling excited to visit Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Get there and enjoy some of the most exciting water sports in these heavenly islands.

In the Bay of Bengal lies an Indian archipelago of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. These are the group of more than 300 islands having white-sand, palm-fringed beaches, tropical rainforests, and mangroves. You can find the stunning coastline helping the marine life, including rays and sharks as well as vivid coral reefs. It is recommended to visit these islands during the winter months. In this guide, we will discuss some of the best things to do to celebrate Christmas and New Year in 2020. 

One thing you can enjoy the most in these islands is the rich history and local culture making it a must-visit destination. The islands here are truly very beautiful and are enchanted for its serene ancient architecture. The stunning shorelines, as well as the magical world of underwater, can be explored at their best in December, the peak time to explore the islands. A lot of people have a great vacation for celebrating Christmas and New Year in Andaman. So, get ready to witness the charm of Christmas Eve on the islands in December. 

When to Visit?

Basically, winter months are considered to be the best seasons to visit the Andaman Islands. The peak season to visit Andaman is from early November to mid-May as the temperature hovers around 22oC. Its water is known to be ideal for diving and snorkeling with fewer downpours. December is the prime time for vacation due to all such conditions in Andaman. 

How about Weather in December?

Andaman receives favorable weather in December which is quite pleasant and nice. So, it is the best time to visit. On average, the temperature looms up to 22 degrees and a maximum of 30 degrees. The humidity is also lower during the winter months of December and January. So, it’s the best time to enjoy thrilling water sports and activities. You can also indulge in the festivities at this time in the Andaman tour. 

Activities to Enjoy in December in the Andaman Islands 

To plan a vacation in December and get indulged in the festive vibes to cheer up the arrival of New Year, Andaman & Nicobar Islands are considered to be the best places. You can enjoy different water sport activities along with other activities in December. 

  • Celebrate this Christmas and New Year 2020

You can definitely celebrate the festivities of Christmas and New Year’s Eve with family and friends in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. During this month, there is a great influx of tourists who flock around the bars and night clubs to enjoy the nightlife to their heart content. It is among the most popular events and festivities in Andaman. You can chill out at some of the sightseeing places and see the beginning of New Year on the islands. 

  • Enjoy the Light & Sound Show at Cellular Jail 

Listen to the storytelling in the backdrop of light and sound show and know how the brave freedom fighters suffered a lot of tortures inside the jail. Witness the spectacle and make your evening knowledgeable and fun by seeing the narration of the scenes behind India’s fight for freedom. Delve deeper into the epic history of those freedom fighters, including the legendary Vir Savarkar. The jail has now become the National Memorial and one of the best attractions in Andaman. 

  • Glass Bottom Boating 

If you are not confident enough to do scuba diving and snorkeling and you are not a water baby who wants to be submerged in the turquoise blue water, hop on the glass bottom boat to see the spectacles of beautiful marine life through a clear bottom. You can see the spectacular crystal clear views of sea creatures under your feet. Don’t fret! It is absolutely safe and you can witness the serene corals with spectacular views of the ocean. It is a great activity in Havelock Island at Dolphin Beach. 

  • Sea Walking 

The sea walking is truly once in a lifetime adventure and one of the beautiful things to make you feel out of this world. In Havelock Island, sea walking is definitely an exciting activity. You need to gear up with a huge glass dome on your head in which you will get oxygen supply through a tube. 

It is definitely one of the great experiences to witness the underwater world of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. You can enjoy this activity at North Bay Beach in the proximity to Port Blair and in Havelock Island at Elephant Beach. You can also walk at a max depth of up to 7 meters on the seabed and witness the marine life with uninterrupted views in the water. 

  • Kayaking in the mangroves 

Kayaking in the mangroves is truly an exciting and thrilling activity where you can have a pleasant adventure to indulge in when you are in Andaman. You can definitely explore the lush green mangroves of Andaman which has up to 1/5th of total mangrove lands in India while meandering through the sea waters of Andaman. You will have the captivating sound of nature when you glide through the lush greens. The mangroves are blessed with a tranquil and serene environment that is really peaceful and makes a great chance to unwind and relax. 

  • Scuba Diving 

Scuba Diving is definitely one of the most vital and popular activities in Andaman. The mesmerizing beaches of Havelock Island are definitely the must-visit attraction where one can find a lot of sites full of coral reefs and serene marine life. For diving lovers who want to experience the depths of the ocean and explore the serene aquatic creatures, it is definitely one of the amazing activities. Several sites also host night diving activities for divers of all experience levels. You can spot octopus, corals, lobsters, and lionfish in this experience. 

  • Turtle Nesting

Thousands of turtles are found in Diglipur Island during the nesting period. Turtle nesting is a popular activity, especially in the months of December and January. You can spot the turtles hatching their eggs on the beach. Be calm and don’t make noise as it will distract the turtles.

There are four types of turtles that can be seen while nesting in Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Hawksbill, Leatherback, Olive Ridley, and Green Turtle. In this season, female turtles make up to the sandy beaches to dig a hole where they hatch their eggs. Each nest consists of over 100 eggs and sea turtles make up to 3 to 7 nests in the nesting season. 


You can definitely plan your vacation and pack your bags to visit Andaman this December. Brace yourself to feel the miracles of the marine world and experience the charm of Christmas Eve in the islands with your family and friends.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands are the perfect getaway for the people of all ages with golden beaches, sunny days, unmatched environs, and crystal clear waters. But the beauty of the Andaman Islands is beyond the archipelago of whopping 572 islands. 

It is an ideal destination to enjoy water activities, adventure sports, sightseeing tours, and natural activities. With that said, take a look at some of the best activities in the Andaman Islands.

When to Visit?

If you are planning to visit Andaman in the next few weeks, this is the best time because an annual tourism festival is held in December and January. However, you can visit the islands anytime from October to May. Its waters always remain calm and clear, making it ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and other water sports. The temperatures here remain favorable and range from 23°C to 30°C.

Best Activities in Andaman Islands 

1. Snorkeling in Elephant Beach and North Bay

Thinking of snorkeling to explore the unexplored? It’s high time! If you are visiting Andaman in summer days, this water sport always stands on top of this list. Explore the serene marine life and discover the rarest corals while snorkeling at Elephant Beach or North Bay Island. Waters in Elephant Beach, Havelock Island are much clearer. 

2. Scuba Diving 

Don’t know how to swim? No need! Many people feel that they should be a pro in swimming before going for scuba diving. But the reality is different. You need swimming skills only when you want to go into the open waters and try the challenging levels. But you can still start small and discover vivid marine life and corals because there are different places for scuba diving and activities like Sea Walking or PADI Scuba Diving. 

3. Explore the Iconic Cellular Jail 

The Cellular Jail stands proudly to tell the dark side of the history of Independence in India. This brutal prison in Andaman was notoriously named “Kala Pani” where prisoners were kept here and tortured till death. Today, it serves as a museum that showcases the photos of Freedom Fighters and their epic tales of their fight for freedom. The Exhibition Gallery here shows Old Photographs based on Freedom Movement and the eternal flame of Swatantra Jyot erected as a tribute to all martyrs and freedom fighters. 

It’s like the feeling of pride when you will attend the Light & Sound Show. Voiced by legendary actor Om Puri in the narration of Peepal tree, you can listen to the stories of those legends who suffered here. 

4. Get Thrilled in the Limestone Caves

The Limestone Caves of Baratang Island is really fascinating here to explore the rare beauty of nature. Marvel at the fascinating caves of sedentary rock which was formed at the bottom of the sea. It has a unique spectacle formed with deposits of shells, marine life, corals, and skeletons for millions of years. You can find different textures, colors, and purity of limestone deposits here. Another amazing fact is that it is dissolved in rainwater easily. You can also have a thrilling ride of speed boat here. 

5. Witness the Magic of Bioluminescence Beach at Night

What if the vivid galaxies and tiny lighted stars start floating straight under your feet from the blue sky? Absolute bliss, isn’t? Visit the Havelock Island beach to see this happening and you won’t believe your eyes. As you row the boat, the water glows with its phytoplankton content. 

Be sure to visit here on no-moon nights to see the effects of Bioluminescence. Local operators also offer kayak tours. 

6. Take a Sea Plane Flight to Port Blair

Experience the fun joyride by taking off in a seaplane while heading to and from Havelock to Port Blair. Remember that the seaplane has the capacity of 9 passengers only and it takes 15 minutes to fly. It saves up to 1 hour and 45 minutes taken by ferry. In addition, you can also capture the breathtaking aerial views of the Andaman Islands while flying. 

7. Bird Watching in Chidiya Tapu

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are truly a bird watcher’s paradise as there are 240 species of birds including 18 endemic ones. The best spot for bird watching is none other than Chidiya Tapu (Bird Island). The island is blessed with mangroves and forests where you can hear the chirping and sights of different birds in various sizes, shapes, and colors. Be sure to capture drongos, parakeets, eagles, doves, and other birds. Carry binoculars and be careful when getting up close to them or they will fly away.  

8. Trekking

You can find a lot of exciting opportunities for trekking in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Feel the thrill in its unique topography of Madhuban to Mt. Harriet trek which is around 16 km long. Kala Pahad or Black Mountain to Chidiya Tapu is another exciting trek for avid adventure and nature lovers. Trek along with the mangrove mesh of Havelock to access the Elephant Beach. You can also have a great trek to limestone caves from Baratang. There is an exciting trekking trail and the highest peak of Andaman, Saddle Peak, which stands at 732m above the sea level. 

9. Sea Walking

The activity of Sea Walking is truly very exciting in the Andaman Islands as an adventure sport. You really don’t have to handle any complex equipment and to be experienced in this activity. You can simply walk on the unspoiled underwater floor while getting up close to the marine life without any hurdle. 

It is definitely one of the most amazing water sports in Andaman. Before doing the activity, you will get a briefing from the instructors. So, this activity is completely safe. You don’t have to wear fixed costumes. You can easily keep your contact lenses or glasses and dress up as you like. 

10. Parasailing

Parasailing is one of the best activities to fulfill your urge to do something exciting. This activity combines airborne and water adventures unlike any other activity in Havelock Island. You will be harnessed in a parachute which is tied behind a speedboat. It makes you fly high like a kite attached to a boat. It is one of the most exciting activities as the boat speeds off in the sea. 

11. Glass Bottom Boating

Glass bottom boating is truly a thrilling and relaxing thing to do in the Andaman Islands. There are special types of boats with a glass bottom (as the name suggests) sail through the sea. Board these boats and experience the captivating views of marine life and waters. You can see the marine species swimming under the surfaces and spot the unspoiled corals without even entering the water. You can board these boats from Port Blair to Jolly Buoy Island and Water Sports Complex to North Bay. 

12. Angling (Sport Fishing)

The pristine waters of Andaman are home to several varieties of fish species. The waters drop off up to 2000m from the main islands and their East and West coasts for hardcore anglers. You can easily catch Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, Yellow Fin Tuna, Sailfish, Dorado and Dogtooth Tuna in Andaman waters. There is a strict catch-and-release policy followed by fishing communities here. They want to ensure that their next generations should be able to test their skills against giant fishes. If you love sports fishing, the Andaman Islands will welcome you with open hands. 

13. Watching Dolphins

It’s considered as the hottest favorite activity for all water babies and wildlife lovers who come here. These islands are a kind of resting spots for this feat. Simply hop into your boat which will eventually sail you to the dark blue ocean where you will come face to face with the world’s friendliest creatures. You can see them play, prance, and chatter around in the water. Watching these happy mammals in their own world with naked eyes is truly a sight to behold. 

14. Ride a Semi Submarine

Wondering how it feels when you go on a submarine in the depths of seawaters? Head to Port Blair where you can ride the Coral Safari Semi Submarine where you can have a thrilling experience. This fascinating experience is truly rare that you shouldn’t miss. You can find a great opportunity to get up close to underwater marine species while sitting comfortably on a semi-submarine and taking an adventurous ride. Explore plenty of unique fish species and vivid corals. 

15. Visit the Islands for watching Sunsets and Sunrises

And last but not least. Complete your trip to the Andaman Islands by hopping one of the beautiful islands and taking ferry rides to enjoy sunsets and sunrises. Explore the islands like Viper Island, Guitar Island, Ross & Smith Islands, Jolly Buoy Island, and Stewart Island. 

Getting There

You can reach Andaman and Nicobar Islands via both water and air. So, you should plan accordingly when visiting and planning activities in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 

By Ship – Access the ship services from Kolkata, Chennai or Vizag to Haddo Wharf Port, Port Blair. 

By Air – Nearest airport is Veer Savarkar Airport, Port Blair.